New Publication: Casebook on Human Rights Litigation in Nigeria -By Frank Agbedo
New Publication: Casebook on Human Right Litigation in Nigeria. A book written by Frank Agbedo and author of the bestseller text, Human right litigation in Nigeria: Law, Practice & Procedure.
This book critically addresses the predicament of lawyers and Judges in accessing relevant cases of interest in fundamental right matters.
The book painstakingly features leading cases on: Meaning, Definition and Classification of Fundamental Rights. Limitations to Enforcement of Fundamental Rights. Commencement of action for enforcement of Fundamental Rights. Whether an Application can be filed by more than one Applicant in an action for enforcement of Fundamental rights. Liability of a Police/ Public Officer who allows himself to be used to commit illegality, such as debt recovery, etc. Whether both the High Court and the Federal High Court have concurrent jurisdiction in Fundamental right cases. The conditions precedent to warrant access to courts jurisdiction in fundamental right matters. The right of an Applicant to compensation for violation of human rights. Enforcement of socio-economic rights in Nigerian Courts. Landmark cases from other jurisdictions.
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Other books by the same Author: Human right litigation in Nigeria: Law, Practice & Procedure. With Forms & Precedents. Rights of Suspects and Accused Persons under Nig. Criminal Law.