The book which is written by Ewere Odiase, Esq., distinguished the 19 items or subject matters covered by the exclusive jurisdiction conferred on the Federal High Court under the Nigerian Constitution, from the general jurisdiction of the State High Courts presents some challenges in a variety of cases.
Whether you are counsel for or against the claimant, you will find this reference material handy.
It also has the decision on the appropriate venue to initiate borderline cases, laden with Knotty or even convoluted facts, traversing various parties and subject matters or causes of action, require tact and case law backing.
In The Federal High Court vs The State High Court, the appropriate Venue for the commencement of proceedings in multiple scenarios are elucidated by case law.
It is gratifying that diverse cases under S.251 of the Constitution of that Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 have come before the appellate Courts.
This book serves as a practical reference or simple guide for practitioners. The Federal High Court Vs The State High Court provides lucid and pivotal case law precedents for distinguishing the appropriate forums, laying bare the techniques adopted by the courts.
Hon. Justice S. C Oseji, has this to say about the book: “To my mind, this book is quite timely, val, educative and informative. It is a veritable tool for lawyers, the bench and the academia for the proper understanding of the scope and lim8of Jurisdiction of the Federal and State High Courts. I highly commend the author for his industry.”
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The book is also available at the Nigerian Law School Book Lagos, call the number to pick your copy 08025509560.