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Enforcement of Foreign Judgments 2020

Is your country party to any bilateral or multilateral treaties for the reciprocal recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments? What is the country’s approach to entering into these treaties and what if any amendments or reservations has your country made to such treaties?

Corporate Governance 2019

The main sources of law relating to corporate governance are as follows: • the Companies and Allied Matters Act 1990 (CAMA); • the Investment and Securities Act 2007 (ISA);

Aviation Finance & Leasing 2019

Nigeria is a signatory to the following significant air law treaties: • Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment  and the Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in  Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Aircraft Equipment (Cape  Town, 2001); 

Aviation Liability

Aviation Liability

November 6, 2018

The Warsaw Convention 1929 was extended to Nigeria by the British  colonial government via an order known as the Carriage by Air  (Colonies, Protectorates and Other Trust Territories) Order 1953.  This Order was repealed by section 77 (1)(a) of the Civil Aviation Act  2006 (CAA 2006). Prior to its repeal, the applicability of the Warsaw  Convention as the basis for determining air carrier liability was upheld 

Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

The Warsaw Convention 1929 was extended to Nigeria by the British  colonial government via an order known as the Carriage by Air  (Colonies, Protectorates and Other Trust Territories) Order 1953.  This Order was repealed by section 77 (1)(a) of the Civil Aviation Act  2006 (CAA 2006). Prior to its repeal, the applicability of the Warsaw  Convention as the basis for determining air carrier liability was upheld 

Corporate Governance

The Warsaw Convention 1929 was extended to Nigeria by the British  colonial government via an order known as the Carriage by Air  (Colonies, Protectorates and Other Trust Territories) Order 1953.  This Order was repealed by section 77 (1)(a) of the Civil Aviation Act  2006 (CAA 2006). Prior to its repeal, the applicability of the Warsaw  Convention as the basis for determining air carrier liability was upheld 

Private Equity

Private Equity

February 9, 2018

The Warsaw Convention 1929 was extended to Nigeria by the British  colonial government via an order known as the Carriage by Air  (Colonies, Protectorates and Other Trust Territories) Order 1953.  This Order was repealed by section 77 (1)(a) of the Civil Aviation Act  2006 (CAA 2006). Prior to its repeal, the applicability of the Warsaw  Convention as the basis for determining air carrier liability was upheld 

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