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Private International Law in Nigeria

By: Chukwuma Okoli, Richard Oppong
Media of Private International Law in Nigeria
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Published: 14-05-2020
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 512
ISBN: 9781509911165
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Studies in Private International Law
RRP: £102.60
Online price : £92.34
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About Private International Law in Nigeria

This book examines the rules, principles and doctrines in Nigerian law for resolving cases involving cross-border issues. As a result of increased international business transactions, trade and investment with Nigeria, such cross-border issues have become more prevalent than ever. The book offers every person dealing with such issues much needed access to the relevant body of Nigerian law, with comparative perspectives from other legal systems. Drawing on over 500 Nigerian cases, relevant statutes and academic commentary, this books examines jurisdiction (in inter-state and international disputes), choice of law, and the enforcement of foreign judgments and international arbitral awards. It also provides a comprehensive discussion on international civil procedure including issues such as service of foreign legal documents, and securing evidence from Nigeria for use in litigation abroad. Academics, researchers and students, as well as judges, arbitrators, practitioners and legislators alike will find Private International Law in Nigeria an instructive practical guide.

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