Agbai v Okogbue: Any matter that relates to fundamental human rights of the citizens is a sacrosanct one. Fundamental human rights are considered inalienable. Thus, they are enjoyed by citizens by the mere fact of their existence. Some of these rights can however be derogated from in certain constitutionally prescribed instances. This instant case of […]
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Leading cases on contract law
As a lawyer/law student, it is important to know the leading cases and landmark judgment on the law of contract. Check here to read the 21 Leading cases on the Law of contract that every lawyer/law student must know.
Note that the article above contains both foreign and local cases/judgments on the Law of contract with different citations. It is a must for every lawyer and law student.
Cases on women inheritance right in Africa
There are hundreds of cases on the inheritance right of women in Africa. In Nigeria particularly, the case of Mojekwu v Mojekwu, Mojekwu v Iwuchukwu, Ukeje v Ukeje and Anekwe v Nweke are the major cases.
These cases are related to customary law. If you need more cases on the inheritance right of women in Africa, kindly scroll below this page. You may also want to see the characteristics of customary law HERE.
Cases on constitutional law
Constitutional law is another essential part of law. If you are searching for latest cases on constructional law, make sure you read my recently updated constitutional law cases below this page.
Some of our leading constructional law cases include; National Assembly v President of the federal republic of Nigeria, AG Bendel v AG federation, Awolowo v Minister of Internal affairs, Agbai v Okogbue and many others. Kindly scroll below to read our latest cases on constitutional law.
Leading cases on Evidence law
The law of evidence is concerned with the act of proving and disproving evidence during litigation. It is a very important part of law that should not be joked with. This is essentially why you you must know the latest and leading cases on the Law of evidence. Below are some of the leading cases on the Law of evidence:
- Benjamin v Kalio
- Afolabi v Governor of Osun State
- Afolabi v COP
- Sussex Peerage case
- R v Lawani
- Okoro v State
- Ojagbamila v Lejuwa and many others
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Williams v Williams: Williams V Williams is a 1987 locus classicus case under the principles of custody in family law. In this case, the court considered `a number of factors which must be taken into consideration in the grant of custody of a child to the father, the mother or anyone at all. The case
Strong v Bird  LR 18 Eq 315: Strong V Bird is an 1874 case under exceptions to the unenforceability of an incompletely constituted trust. It is the law that a trust which has been created in an appropriate manner must not only pass the validity test but also the enforceability test. The case of
Palmer v Simmonds (1854) 2 Drew 221: The case of Palmer V Simmonds was adjudicated upon by the Court of Chancery and judgment entered in 1854. The case came right under a principle of English trusts law which is the requirement for the validity of an express private trusts, particularly, certainty of subject matter. Following
R v Mayberry  Qd R 211: The case of R v Mayberry is a prominent case under principal offenders as parties to an offence under criminal responsibility. The offence in issue was rape, particularly in respect of the issue of consent as well as the liability of a party who aids the commission of