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  • 21. INVESTIGATE A SURVEY ON THE AFTERCARE SERVICE AND REINTEGRATION OF EX-CONVICTS I...
    » INVESTIGATE A SURVEY ON THE AFTERCARE SERVICE AND REINTEGRATION OF EX CONVICTS IN NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   Background to the Study         Laws are made in every society to regulate the behaviour of people and to ensure that individual live according to expectation of the society. However, crimes are committed in the society daily. Once convicted, criminals are imprisoned. ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  211 engagements | 

  • 22. THE PREREQUISITES OF A VALID WILL; A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
    »     CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTORY ASPECTS   INTRODUCTION The concept of WILLS is of great importance. This concept originated from the Roman Law and was passed on to English Law from where the nations of the Commonwealth accepted it as part of the received English Law. Its origin lies in the fact that it was thought highly desirable to actualize the wishes of a dying person as a legal and binding ob...Continue Reading »

    68 pages |  234 engagements | 

  • 23. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SECTION 144 OF THE 1999 CONSTITUTION: MUSA YAR’ADUA...
    »   ABSTRACT On the 23rd of November, 2009, President Musa Yar’Adua left Nigeria for treatment abroad in an undisclosed country. For the next 80 days, nobody heard from or saw the federal republic of Nigeria. Even the vice president, Goodluck Jonathan, could not give any reasonable report of the president’s whereabouts. The activities of the federal executive council became suddenly shrouded an...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  285 engagements | 

  • 24. THE LEGAL EFFECTS OF CUSTOMARY LAW MARRIAGE IN NIGERIA
    »   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Marriage is a universal institution recognized and respected throughout the world. As a social institution, marriage is founded and governed by the social and religious norms of society[1]. Therefore, the sanctity of marriage is a well accepted principle in the world community. Marriage is the root of family and society. However, by looking a...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  262 engagements | 

  • 25. A LEGAL AND JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF HOMOSEXUALITY AND SAME SEX MARRIAGES: S...
    » A LEGAL AND JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF HOMOSEXUALITY AND SAME SEX MARRIAGES:  SUPPORTING THE NIGERIAN POSITIION   ABSTRACT APPROVAL TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page                                                                                        i Certification                       ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  236 engagements | 

  • 26. CONFESSION OF ONE OF THE ACCUSED PERSON AGAINST ANOTHER PERSON IN COMMON AND ISL...
    »   ABSTRACT  Under the two laws, confession is a statement by suspect in crime which is adverse to that person. It is a form of evidence that is acceptable because of its objectivities. Confessional statement is admissible in any proceedings as long as it is made to a person in authority and it is relevant to the matter in issue. Confession of an accused may be excluded if the person who made suc...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  199 engagements | 

  • 27. CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE RIGHT OF ARTIFICIALLY INSEMINATED CHILD TO INHERIT U...
    »   ABSTRACT The advancement in Science and Technology and the quest for children led to the development and invention of a new process of human procreation, (Artificial Insemination) other than the natural way. This process involves obtaining the semen from a man to inseminate a woman in other to induce fertilization and produce a child, if Allah so wishes. Sometimes, the semen is obtained from th...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  211 engagements | 

  • 28. CONVENTIONAL AND ISLAMIC MORTGAGE FINANCING: A LEGAL COMPARISON
    »     ABSTRACT Home ownership has been a problem to many people in Nigeria. This is the  more reason why efforts are being made from all quarters to alleviate this  problem. The two most prominent of these efforts are the Home FinancingSchemes, otherwise known as Mortgage Financing, which are made by the public corporations and private institution. The effort of the public  corporations is kno...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  -1 engagements | 

  • 29. AN APPRAISAL: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
    » (A CASE STUDY OF ILORIN EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT, KWARA STATE)   TABLE OF CONTENT CHAPTER 1 General introductionTable of contentsTable of casesTable of statutesAbstract1.0 Introduction1.1 Background to the study1.2 Aims and objectives of study1.3 The scope of the study1.4 Research methodology1.6 Literature review1.7 ConclusionCHAPTER 22.0 Introduction2.1 Defunctive perspectives of local government2....Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  128 engagements | 

  • 30. Analysis Of The Various Schools Of Thought In Relation To The Meaning Of Law
    »   Abstract Law can be defined as the body of rule designed or formulated to guide human actions or conducts which are enforced among the members of a given society, the breach of which attract sanctions.However, in spite of the ambiguity created in defining law and failure to reach universally acceptable definition of the term law. Therefore, it is most pertinent to examine the meaning of law fro...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  4 engagements | 

  • 31. OWNERSHIP AND CONTROL OF MINERAL RESOURCES UNDER THE SHARIAH AND NIGERIAN STATUT...
    » (A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS)   ABSTRACT Most countries have conferred the power/ownership of their resources on their government, not allowing individuals to lay claim to them. This has been beneficial for international business purposes, especially in the petroleum sector and has ensured stable revenue which is then distributed amongst the individual states in the country; while some countries like ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  170 engagements | 

  • 32. A Critical Overview Of The Consent Provisions Under The Land Use Act, 1978
    »     ABSTRACT The Land Use Act as a single piece of legislation which came into force on 29th March, 1978 has generated more controversy than any piece of legislation of its kind. The sore point of this enactment is the consent requirement provided under the Act especially Sections 21 and 22 therein. Ever since the consent requirement of the Land Use Act made its first debut in our courts for in...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  8 engagements | 

  • 33. DO JUDGES MAKE LAW
    » (A CURSORY LOOK AT THE RECURRING QUESTION) ABSTRACT It is common knowledge that the age long principle of Separation of powers allocates the governmental functions of law making, law implementation and law interpretation to the Legislative, Executive and Judicial arms of government respectively and each arm is to function independently without any unwarranted inter meddling.It is trite that the fu...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  148 engagements | 

  • 34. DOUBLE DECKER MARRIAGE IN NIGERIA
    »   (ISSUES, PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS)   ABSTRACT It has become a common practice in Nigeria for parties who intend to contract a statutory marriage to marry first under customary law before the solemnization of the statutory marriage. This practice may be explained by the fact that though Western civilization and culture have permeated Nigerian society, most people, even the most sophisticated unde...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  139 engagements | 

  • 35. ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN NIGERIAN COURTS: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
    »     ABSTRACT The topic “ Administration of justice in Nigerian courts, problems and prospects” seems to attract to itself the attention and inquisitiveness on the part of the common man or every believer in the Rule of law of what the writer is talking about or what he is going to upon since the mere mention of justice in our society today raises a conjecture and thereafter suffers from uni...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  124 engagements | 

  • 36. APPRAISAL OF TRESPASS AS A TORTIOUS ACTION UNDER THE LAW OF TORT
    »     ABSTRACT There is no branch of law which transpires the true picture of the society more than the law of tort. The reason being that it is a branch of law that deals with the conduct of the people amongst themselves. Because of the contact people have with themselves in the environment, there are bound to be fiction which will bring about injuries or wrong whether direct or in indirect and ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  147 engagements | 

  • 37. Competence And Compellability Is Child Evidence Admissible
    »     ABSTRACT Determination of lawsuits is highly dependent on these availability of evidence. In law, every person is a competent witness in any judicial proceeding unless otherwise prevented by the law. And every compellable witness is a competent witness as the court will not compel anyone to give evidence, if he is incompetent to do so.   However, it is not every competent witness that is co...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  0 engagements | 

  • 38. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE CONFLICT SITUATIONS AND CHOICE OF LAWS IN THE NIGE...
    »   ABSTRACT Private International Law is that part of a law of a country which deals with cases having foreign element and usually comes into operation whenever courts are seized with such cases. The term ‘foreign element’ means any system of law prevailing outside the lex fori, that is, the local law of the place where the court is situated. It includes not only the law existing in a state un...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  0 engagements | 

  • 39. CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE RELEVANCY AND ADMISSIBILITY OF ELECTRONICALLY GENERATE...
    »   ABSTRACT In an attempt to address this fundamental issue regarding the admissibility of electronically generated evidence, recourse shall be paid had to the word evidence itself. Evidence is the means by which facts are proved excluding inferences and arguments. There are times in court when we desperately need to rely on evidence in order to prove a very vital point or issue in court. This poi...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  148 engagements | 

  • 40. DUTY OF CARE: ITS IMPLICATIONS TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IN NIGERIA
    »   DUTY OF CARE: ITS IMPLICATIONS TO THE  MEDICAL PROFESSION IN NIGERIA CHAPTER 1   GENERAL INTRODUCTION     1.0.0: INTRODUCTION     Medical practice has attained sufficient status to the extent that principles of law that are relevant to Medical Practice can now be examined under the concept of Medical Law. Medical law can therefore be described as the branch of law dealing with Medical Pra...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  169 engagements | 


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