Sources of Nigerian Law II

Sources of Nigerian Law II: Nigerian legislation Nigerian legislation can be said to be the whole body of laws made or otherwise enacted in the country. Nigerian legislation is the most important instrument of legal development in the country. It has a tremendous effect on all other sources of law because it can readily alter… Continue reading Sources of Nigerian Law II

Criminal Law

Criminal Law, The sole objective of the criminal law is to bring the offender to book and meet adequate sanctions for violating the law. The punishment ranges from prison term, payment of fines, flogging to outright execution of the accused person. Save for monetary payments in civil action, none of these sanctions can apply. See… Continue reading Criminal Law

Division of Nigerian Law

Division of Nigerian Law. Classification and categorization is governed by the end objective desired and in our context the purpose is to acquaint the reader with the assortment of Nigeria law. However, what is presented hereunder is not exhaustive. Nigerian law can be essentially classified thus: Civil and Criminal Private and public International and municipal… Continue reading Division of Nigerian Law