*Says Promo For The First 20 Customers

Alexander Payne Law Publishers has launched the latest law reports on Nigerian Practice and Procedure Cases (NPPC).

This report spans from the year 1970 to 2020, in 18 Volumes.

The publisher Bamidele Adeleye in his statement, Wednesday, said: “We at Alexander Payne Law Publishers are happy to announce our new publication titled Nigerian Practice and Procedure Cases (NNPC) 1970 -2020.

“This publication is in 18 volumes and covers judgments of the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court on procedural matters.

“This publication is a product of more than 5 years of intensive and extensive legal research on procedural matters, professional editorial resourcing as well as top-notch and highest quality printing output.

“NPPC is an invaluable asset and a must-have especially for practicing lawyers,” he stated.

“Alexander Payne Law Publishers are having a promo for the first 20 customers.

To get a copy kindly Call 07044444777, 07044444999, 08181999888

or visit us at Investment House, 7th Floor, 21/25 Broad St., Lagos.

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