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Guidelines For Obtaining Building Approval In Lagos

Around the Globe, the construction of buildings is well regulated through building regulations and controls put in place to secure health, safety and aesthetic and town planning goals. Whilst the building regulations would normally set out to establish the legal requirements and…

Understanding The Nigeria Data Protection Act

On Tuesday 12th Of June 2023, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu assented to the passage of the Nigeria Data Protection Bill into law. The draft Data Protection Bill was introduced by the National Data Protection Bureau (“NDPB”) on the 4th of October 2022 and was approved…

How to Register a Limited Company in Nigeria

A limited liability company is a body corporate or an incorporated business organization registered under the Companies Act. It is a legal entity, which means the business is separate from its owners. All companies, whether a private company limited by shares, a private…

How to Register an NGO in Nigeria

An Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) is non-profit making body, association of people, or organization that functions independent of the government. In Nigeria, NGOs can be registered as an incorporated trustee under part F of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) 2020.…

How to Register a Business Name in Nigeria

Registering a business name in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission can be the easy way to go if you are looking for a relatively affordable option to formalize your business. The requirements are quite straightforward, the technicalities are limited and compliance reporting obligations…

Adverse Possession of Land By Squatters

By Dr George Ogunjimi What Is Adverse Possession? The term "adverse possession" refers to a legal principle that grants title to someone who resides on or is in possession of another person's land. The property's title is granted to the possessor as long…

How To Apply for FG’s Student Loan

On Monday, June 12, 2023, the President, Bola Tinubu, signed into law the Student Loan Bill. The bill, which will enable Nigerian students to have access to interest-free loans, was introduced by the outgoing speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila. With…
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