*Procedural Law In Election Petitions Matters In Nigeria
A new book has been released on procedural laws involved in objections to Jurisdictions of courts as well as arguments in election petition in Nigeria.
The book which is meant to assist lawyers in Nigeria with procedural knowledge in Electoral petition matters in Nigeria was written by Polycarp Dama Datau Esq and titled; Objections to Jurisdiction and Arguments in Election Petition Litigation.
The book captures principles and arguments in Objections to Jurisdiction of Tribunals and Courts in Election Petition Litigation in Nigeria.
The book is written based on the Electoral Act 2022 and captures Objections to Jurisdiction of Tribunals, Objections to Form and Content of Petitions and Replies, Competence of Tribunals and Courts, Abuse of Court Process, Academic matters, Challenge to Locus Standi, Estoppel, Proper Parties and Pre-Election matters; which revolve around the procedural law in Election matters. Other Objections include: objections to Grounds of Petition and Reliefs Sought as well as a distinct discourse on the Sue Generis nature of Election Petition.
The book is well detailed and covers its topic of discussions.
A copy of the book goes for the price of N20,000. (Twenty Thousand Naira) only
To Order – WhatsApp, text or call – 08037009616, Office – No 1 Dyaji Close, Rayfield, Jos
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The book has 30 Chapters and 802 pages with a bibliography and index.
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