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MARITIME LABOUR, ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION AND THE CONSTITUTION.

07:26 29 November in Admiralty Jurisdiction, Law, Maritime, Maritime Labour, The Constitution by Femi Atoyebi

INTRODUCTION  This paper seeks to highlight the disturbing jurisdictional conflict between Section 251 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended)[1] (“the Constitution”) and Section 254C  of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Third Alteration Act[2] (the “Third Alteration Act”)...

MARITIME CLAIMS IN NIGERIA

12:48 27 September in Law, Maritime by Femi Atoyebi

INTRODUCTION Maritime law in Nigeria simply comprises of a body of laws and rules of procedure that regulates the business of transportation of goods and passengers by water, use of marine resources, commerce, and navigation. The applicable laws that govern maritime practices include but not limited...