All employment has its terms. The terms may be written in a single contract, several documents, custom and usage or inferred from the conduct of the employee and his employer. The terms of employment usually stipulates the procedure, notice and termination package in which the employer would pay to the employee upon termination of the […]
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a. Enforcement by registration This is the common method of enforcing foreign judgments in Nigeria. The judgment must be a judgment of a superior court of the foreign country with reciprocal treatment with Nigeria. The judgment must also be a monetary judgment, final and conclusive between the parties. Under the Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Rules […]
(a) Under the provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, CAP A18, LFN, 2004 (“the Arbitration Act”) Section 51 of the Arbitration Act provides a unified legal framework for recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards of both local and foreign arbitral awards thus; (1) “An arbitral award shall, irrespective of the country in which it […]
Enforcement of foreign judgments has significant relevance in this era of increased international trade and foreign investment. Businesses are more comfortable doing business with foreign partners knowing that if they obtain judgment from a superior court in their home country; it can be enforced against the judgment debtor across borders. Fortunately, Nigerian courts recognize judgments […]
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