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|ABBA ASHEIK V. GOVERNOR OF BORNU STATE AND OTHERS (CA)||LOCUS STANDI:- Existence of|
|ADEBANJO AND OTHERS V. OLOWOSOGA AND OTHERS 1||LEGAL CAPACITY – LOCUS STANDI:- Right of Third parties to sue where not included in the deed of conveyance|
|ADEDIJI AND ANOTHER V. AKINTARO AND ORS||LOCUS STANDI:- Chieftaincy matter – Whether persons from one ruling house can challenge the selection of a candidate of another ruling house.|
|ADEDIRAN V. INTERLAND TRANSPORT LIMITED||LOCUS STANDI:- Public nuisance – Who can sue therefor – When action lies only at suit of Attorney-General – guiding principles.|
|ADEDIRE & 6 ORS V. THE CARETAKER, IFE DIV.||LOCUS STANDI:- Plaintiffs’ locus standi—certain family rights saved in Native Authority Forest Reserve-Concession by Native Authority to company in Reserve-Plaintiff, family heat-Whether entitled to challenge concession.|
|ADESANOYE V. ADEWOLE||LOCUS STANDI:- Determination of Locus standi|
|ADESANYA V. PRESIDENT, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA||LOCUS STANDI:- Parties – Access to court – Determination of locus standi to bring matter – Need for court to examine the cause of action to ascertain whether there is disclosed a locus standi or standing to sue|
|ADESHINA V. LEMONU||LOCUS STANDI AND COMPETENCY OF ACTION:- Enforcement of existing rights to use of public resources which control vests n government – Locus standi and competence to bring same without joining the Attorney General or government – How treated|
|ADESOKAN V. ADEGOROLU||LOCUS STANDI:- Duty on court in determining locus standi of plaintiff.|
|ADESOKAN V. ADETUNJI||
LOCUS STANDI:- Absence of locus standi – Whether synonymous with lack of reasonable cause of action.
LOCUS STANDI:- RACTICE AND PROCEDURE -LOCUS STANDI – Plaintiff lacking locus standi – Proper order for court to make.
|AGBONIKHENA V. EGBA||LOCUS STANDI:- Alleged breach of Trade Union Constitution – Action taken by members – Whether they have capacity to institute same.|
|AJILOWURA V. DISU||LOCUS STANDI:- Locus standi of Plaintiff to sue – Determination of – What Plaintiff must show – Presumption on the part of a Defendant who challenges same.|
|ASOLO & ORS V. TIRIMISIYU ASOLO & ORS||LOCUS STANDI:-|
|ATOYEBI V. THE GOVERNOR OF OYO STATE||LOCUS STANDI:- Question of – Whether one of fact or law.|
|ATTORNEY GENERAL OF ANAMBRA STATE V. NWOSU EBOH||LOCUS STANDI:‑ ‘Locus standi’ and ‘reasonable cause of action’ ‑ Distinction between.
LOCUS STANDI:‑ Absence of locus standi ‑ Effect.
LOCUS STANDI:‑ Determination of locus standi ‑ Nature of interest sufficient to support its existence.
|ATTORNEY GENERAL OF LAGOS STATE V. EKO HOTELS LIMITED||LOCUS STANDI:- Respondents locus standi – Whether Respondents can institute the action when as an incorporated company they had distinct and separate personalities from those of their shareholders and officers who were summoned by the Tribunal.|
|ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF ADAMAWA STATE AND ORS. V. ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF THE FEDERATION AND ORS.||LOCUS STANDI:- Meaning of – Locus standi to sue – Locus standi of a State to sue on constitutional matter – When arises – Constitutional basis|
|ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF THE FEDERATION V. ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF ABIA STATE||LOCUS STANDI:- Locus standi of Federal Government to maintain action against States – Existence of – How determined.|
|BABATUNDE ADENUGA V. J. K. ODUMERU(2)||LOCUS STANDI:- Minority shareholders – Limits of powers thereof – Rule in Foss v. Harbottle (1843) 2 Hare 461- Basis of-Scope of application of
LOCUS STANDI:- ‘Locus standi’ to institute action – How to ascertain whether plaintiff has locus standi – Nature of interest required – How to show same.
|CHIEF GAFARU AROWOLO V. CHIEF SUNDAY OLOWOOKERE & ORS||LOCUS STANDI:- The concept of locus standi|
|CHIEF NYE JOHN D. GEORGEWILL V. MADAM GRACE EKINE||LOCUS STANDI:- Institution of action in respect of company property – Competence of a shareholder to institute.|
|CHIEF SIR VICTOR UMEH V. ICHIE OKULI JUDE EJIKE||ELECTORAL MATTERS – LOCUS STANDI:- Conditions to be met before a party is deemed clothed with requisite locus standi or sufficient interest to bring an action in an electoral matter – Competency of a member of a party to bring suit challenging validity of the continued occupation of an office of the party by a named party official|
|DR. TOSIN AJAYI V. PRINCE (MRS.) OLAJUMOKE ADEBIYI & ORS||LOCUS STANDI:- What are the guiding principles that determines whether a person has locus standi or not|
|EMEZI V. OSUAGWU||
LOCUS STANDI:- Issue of locus standi – Where plaintiff lacks standing to sue – Effect on jurisdiction of court – Proper order court should make.
LOCUS STANDI:- Issue of locus standi – Where resolved against plaintiff – Effect of on other issues raised in the suit.
|EVBUOMWAN V. ELEMA||LOCUS STANDI – Agency relationship in land matters – Principal conferring title on agent to hold on principal’s behalf – Whether there must be a reconveyance to principal to give him locus standi.|
|EZEOKEKE V. UGA||Visit to locus in quo – Whether matter of discretion for the court.|
|FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA & ORS v. DR. (MRS) ADAEZE G.N.C. OKOLI||LIMITATION STATUTES:– Categories – Justification for existence – Proper use – Where such a defence is not pleaded by the defence in its statement of defence in the court of first instance – Whether the defendant can neither raise it nor rely on it on appeal|
|GANIYU OGUNDIPE V. SAMSON MURAINA ODUWAIYE & ANOR||
LOCUS STANDI:- How ascertained – Whether depends on the question if the plaintiff has sufficient legal or justiciable interest to file the action, not whether the action was bound to fail, in any event – Effect
ACTION – LOCUS STANDI:- In determining whether a plaintiff has locus standi or not – Whether the court is obligated to look at the statement of claim
|GLOBAL TRANSPORT OCEANICO S.A. V. FREE ENTERPRISES NIGERIA LIMITED|
|GREEN V. GREEN||LOCUS STANDI:– Successful challenge of locus standi of plaintiff – effect on jurisdiction of court.|
JUDGMENTS OF NIGERIAN COURTS
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