“NEW MANDATORY DURATION FOR JUDGEMENTS ON ALL APPEALS ON PRE-ELECTION CASES IN NIGERIA” After the Judgement of election tribunals on a pre-election issue, parties can appeal against such decisions of courts at the Court of Appeal. The learned justices of Court of Appeal are to deliver judgement on a pre-election matter within 60 days from the day such appeal was filed. This new provision is to ensure that pre-election cases are not made useless by general elections. My authorities are section 285 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 and also Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 Alteration (No 21) Act 2017. #SabiElectionLaws #DailyLawTips #SabiLaw #LearnNigerianLaws NOTE: Sharing or modifying or publishing this publication without giving credit to Onyekachi Umah, Esq. and “LearnNigerianLaws.com” is a criminal breach of copyright and will be prosecuted. Please share this publication till it gets to those that need it most. Save a Nigerian today! To receive our Daily Law Tips for free follow our Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube via “@LearnNigerianLaws”. This is the writer’s view not a legal advice and does not create any form of relationship. You may reach the writer for more information. Powered by www.LearnNigerianLaws.com]]>

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