A Tale of Two Judgements - Hajara Sorondinki

A Tale of Two Judgements - Hajara Sorondinki

An analysis of the effect of the decision in Bankole & Anor V Oladitan and Pillars Nigeria Limited V Williams Kolo Desborders & Anor.


The position of the law on the recovery of premises has been well-settled beyond peradventure in a legion of authorities. It is an elementary principle of law that unless a statutory tenant gives up possession voluntarily, possession can only be wrestled from him by an order for possession made against him by the Court after the due notices have been served on him as required by law.¹ The Supreme Court in Iheanacho v Uzochukwu made this crystal clear and held thus: ...


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