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The Federal Inland Revenue Service has intensified its drive to recover outstanding tax liabilities from taxpayers in default of tax obligations. To this end, FIRS has been writing to taxpayers’ bankers, appointing the banks’ agent of the banks’ customer, to collect outstanding tax liabilities from the taxpayers’ bank account balance. This is referred to as […]

Cryptocurrnecy in Nigeria is one of the major off shoots of the Technology wave that has changed the Nigerian business landscape. Technology has since, the last century seen a high permeation in all sectors of the global economy. To be seen as a cutting edge solution provider, individuals in the corporate world must be technology […]

INTRODUCTION The Supreme Court, per Rhodes-Vivour, JSC in Shittu v PAN Ltd 2018 15 NWLR (pt 1642) 195, at 209-210, paras H-B, observed to wit “I must observe that there is now in existence the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as altered by the First, Second and Third Alterations Acts, 2010. By […]

The tort of interference is one of the most unpopular tortious liabilities which players in the business world must be careful of. In simple terms, it means the intentional interference with contractual or business relations. Generally, the law of Torts enforces the breach of a duty imposed by law, to protect the interest of an […]

Imbalance of Nigeria’s Bilateral Air Service Agreements Bilateral Air Service Agreements are international trade agreements that permit the airlines of two countries to conduct air transport services between their respective territories. Currently, Nigeria has signed over 80 bilateral air service agreements with various countries, which have largely failed to benefit the country. This position is […]

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