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In what has been a series of legislative activities within the nation's aviation sector, the President recently ratified the Montreal and the Beijing Protocols.
Mike Igbokwe (San) & Co.
In shipping adventures, calamities such as damage, loss of lives and goods may occur.
Brooks & Knights
The primary laws applicable to the maritime industry in Nigeria are: The Merchant Shipping Act 2007; the Coastal and Inland shipping (Cabotage) Act 2003...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
This piece seeks to discuss the applicability of the revision of the limits of liability under the Montreal Convention 1999 to civil aviation claims in Nigeria, the consequences of the revision of the limits of liability ...
TNP
The Lagos State Government ("LASG") held a press briefing on Monday, 27th January 2020, where it announced the outright ban on motorcycles, and tricycles, the "Keke Napeps" on major highways in Lagos State.
TNP
In an island with over 6 (six) million active people who are always on the move, the keywords in the transport system have to be safe, fast, effective and efficient.
Banwo & Ighodalo
The contention on the applicability of the Coastal and Inland Shipping (Cabotage) Act, 2003 to Drilling Rigs, particularly on the question of whether a Drilling Rig can be construed as a vessel within the definition ...
Banwo & Ighodalo
The Federal High Court, in the case of Seadrill Mobile Units Nigeria Limited v The Honourable Minister for Transportation & 2 Others, has held that Rigs fall within the scope of the definition of vessels under the Cabotage Act ...
Andersen Tax LP
On 29 March 2019, the Court of Appeal (COA) set aside the decision of the Federal High Court (FHC) in the case between Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)
Famsville Solicitors
A contract of carriage of goods by sea is usually between the shipper and the ship owner or carrier. The terms of the contract of carriage are generally evidenced by a bill of lading.
PwC Nigeria
According to the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission, Nigeria has about 195,000 km of road network out of which about 32,000 km are federal roads and 31,000 km are state roads.
PwC Nigeria
Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari has signed an Executive Order 007 to enable private sector companies fund the construction of roads and be repaid via tax credits to be utilised against their future tax obligations.
Banwo & Ighodalo
It is on that basis that requests may be made for subsidies.
Olisa Agbakoba Legal
The maxim, "Once on Demurrage, always on Demurrage" is with respect to the subject matter of a Charterparty.
Akabogu & Associates
In January 2017 Nigeria's Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osibajo SAN launched a document promoted by the Nigerian Navy and produced by the Federal Ministry of Justice...
Fred-Young & Evans
In Nigeria, the growth in international trade has increased the necessity for persons and goods to move in and out of Nigeria.
PwC Nigeria
The Senate has rejected the report of its committee on the National Roads Fund (Establishment, etc) Bill 2017.
Akabogu & Associates
In April, the Nigerian Ports and Harbours Authority Bill passed its third and final reading at the Senate.
Akabogu & Associates
The Nigerian Ports and Habours Authority Bill 2006 seeks to address some of the legal issues resulting from inadequate statutory provisions supporting Nigeria's so-called "ports concessions era".
George Etomi & Partners
In 1999 African ministers responsible for civil aviation under the aegis of the Organisation of African Unity (now the African Union) adopted the Yamoussoukro Decision – a multilateral agreement between Africa's 54 countries ...
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