Nigeria is a patriarchal society that has long relegated women to the background; this it has sometimes done through the instrumentality of Customary Law and
Before you sign the dotted lines renting that posh flat or new accommodation, here are a few things you should check out in the tenancy agreement.
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You’ve taken the first major step and decided to be a landowner!
Tenancy and Lease can be used interchangeably; however, Lease is used to refer to the legal relationship that exists when the Landlord (known as the Lessor) rents out his property to a tenant (Known as the Lessee) for more than three years.
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Tenancy relationships are created almost every day; landlords have properties they want to let out and tenants need properties to live in or use for any other lawful purpose. Whe
Precisely, what do you have to do to fully own property (land as it is popularly known) in Nigeria? In fact, can you fully own property in Nigeria?
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