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Constitution of Northern Nigeria law, 1963.

Northern Nigeria (Nigeria).

Constitution of Northern Nigeria law, 1963.

by Northern Nigeria (Nigeria).

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Published by Printed by the Govt. Printer in Kaduna .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutional law -- Nigeria, Northern.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLAW
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5100478M
    LC Control Number74172478

      It is common ground that no additional provision has been made by law in force in Northern Nigeria. which excludes s. (2) (f) and (4) (d). That leaves only s (4) (c), and what has to be decided is, whether an order made on an application for bail is a decision in proceedings in which the appeal has been brought in the High Court. GENDER AND SHARIA LAW IN NORTHERN NIGERIA Yinka Olomojobi* Introduction The advent of Islam in northern Nigeria, mainly in the Hausa Kingdoms, was introduced by Shaikh Uthman dan Fodio. In Shaikh Uthman, a Sunni Muslim launched a successful holy jihad in present-day northern Nigeria. Fodio’s justification for the war was on the groundsAuthor: Yinka Olomojobi.

    Section The title of this section is “Special Provisions as to Northern Cameroons.” The said section 10 of the Constitution states that: “10(1) For the purpose of determining the status of persons connected with the part of Northern Nigeria which was not included in the federation on the thirty-first day of May, In the Constitution of Northern Nigeria, Section 6—1and 2 states that the Adviser on Moslem law shall be appointed by the Governor, acting in accordance with .

      ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION – ARBITRATION: Application to set aside – When and how made when not to set aside SS. 3,5, 12 (2) and 13 Arbitration Law, Cap. 7, Laws of Northern Nigeria, , applicable in Kano State considered. Founded () Although Nigeria gained independence from the United Kingdom on 1 October , the nation retained the British monarch, Elizabeth II, as titular head of state until the adoption of a new constitution in declaring the nation a republic.. The name "Nigeria" is derived from the word "Niger" – the name of the river that constitutes the most remarkable .


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Get this from a library. The Constitution of Northern Nigeria law, [Northern Nigeria (Nigeria)]. The Constitution of the Federation --The Constitution of Northern Nigeria law, --The constitution of Eastern Nigeria law, --The constitution of Western Nigeria lw, --Constitution of Mid-Western Nigeria act, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA THE CONSTITUTION OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA Author: Administrator Created Date: 1/22/ AM.

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Notes on the Penal code law (cap. 89 Laws of Northern Nigeria ) Sam Scruton Richardson, Northern Nigeria (Nigeria). Establishment of the Federation 2.

The Federation of Nigeria shall consist of Regions and a Federal territory. Territories of the Federation 3. - (1) There shall be three Regions, that is to say, Northern Nigeria, Western Nigeria and Eastern Size: KB.

The constitution of Nigeria that established Nigerian federation was the constitution. That constitution was completely corrupted. It has been infected by the complete erosion of the concept. The republican constitution which the Nigeria parliament purposed to enact in following the earlier colonial comriderts and suspect in no different (it remains an Act of parliament not a constitution, the material different between the and constitute is that the latter ( constitution).

A constitution amendment of the existing constitution resulted to the constitution, also known as The Richard Constitution, in recognition of then British Governor-General of Nigeria, Sir Arthur y, this constitution gave rise to the first division of Nigeria into Geo-political regions, the three main regions namely: the Northern region, the Western.

GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: Powers of Governor in land transactions before the coming into force of the Land Use Act – Mortgages before the Land Use Act, came into effect – Land Tenure Law of of Northern Nigeria as it is applicable to Kwara State – Power to grant consent or approval to mortgage etc.

Section 39(1) of the Constitution of Nigeria guarantees freedom of expression as a fundamental right. This right is also guaranteed under the. The Constitution of Nigeria is the supreme law of the country.

There are four distinct legal systems in Nigeria, which include English law, Common law, Customary law. Fundamental rights under the Nigerian Constitution, / by Paul O. Proehl. KF N5 P76 Sharia implementation in northern Nigeria a sourcebook / compiled and edited by Philip Ostien.

THE LAWS OF NORTHERN NIGERIA IN FORCE ON THE 1st DAY OF OCTOBER, REVISED EDITION PREPARED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE REVISED EDITION OF THE LA\VS OF NORTHERN NIGERIA LAW, BY HEDLEY HERBERT MARSHALL, C.M.G., LL.B., Q.C.

(of Gray's Inn, Barrister-at-Law) Formerly Her Majesty's Attorney-General for Northern Nigeria. Section 23 of the Constitution Northern Nigeria Law of ruled that" the business of the Legislative Houses shall be conducted in English and. This part of the book aims at a brief examination of the development and application of Sharia in Northern Nigeria from the 19th century to the colonial period, the impediments to its application, and the issues in Sharia debate from /78 to It finally aims at looking at the need for a contemporary reformulation of the Sharia.

Size: KB. (3) If any other law is inconsistent with the provisions of this Constitution, this Constitution shall prevail, and that other law shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be void.

(1) Nigeria is one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign state to be known by the name of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria / with annotations by Dr.

Jadesola O. Akande. KF N5 N54 The Constitution of Northern Nigeria law,   In this article, i will trace the development of the constitution of Nigeria from (the first constitution of Nigeria by Lord Lugard) till (republican constitution).

As a citizen of Nigeria, anything that has to do with the constitution of Nigeria should be your concern because the constitution is the supreme law of the land. 3 NIGERIA‟S SHARIA PENAL CODES Philip Ostien 1. Brief history of the penal law of the Northern States of Nigeria. The colonial period. UntilIslamic criminal law and procedure were widely applied in the Native Courts of Northern Nigeria.

[T]he case of Northern Nigeria was, indeed, almost unique, for up till []Author: Philip Ostien. The “Republican Constitution” was substantially the same as the document, except that it severed Nigeria’s tie to the British monarchy (although Nigeria remained a member of the Commonwealth).

This constitution continued arrangements developed in to pacify minorities and foster a sense of belonging for all Nigerians.Northern Nigeria was an autonomous division within Nigeria, distinctly different from the southern part of the country, with independent customs, foreign relations and security it acquired the territory of the British Northern Cameroons, which voted to become a province within Northern l: Lokoja, (–).

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