Duration for Change of Counsel in the FCT High Court, Abuja.

Duration for Change of Counsel in the FCT High Court, Abuja. DAILY LAW TIPS by Onyekachi Umah,Esq (Tip 50)

Duration for Change of Counsel in the FCT High Court, Abuja. Where a party to a civil suit intends to change his/her legal practitioner, 3 days Notice of same must be filed in court before the next hearing date. This gives adequate time to the court and the opposing party and his lawyer.

My authorities, are:

  1.  Order 55 (2) of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja (Civil Procedure) Rules, 2018.
  2. Onyekachi Umah, “Legality of the New Bishop’s Court of Onitsha Anglican Diocese”(LearnNigerianLaws.com, 28 June 2021) <https://sabilaw.org/legality-of-the-new-bishops-court-of-onitsha-anglican-diocese/> accessed 5 August 2021
  3. Onyekachi Umah, “Can The Evidence Act Apply To Arbitration Or Customary Court Of Appeal” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 10 April 2019) <https://sabilaw.org/can-the-evidence-act-apply-to-arbitration-or-customary-court-of-appeal-daily-law-tips-tip-308-by-onyekachi-umah-esq-llm-aciarb-uk/> accessed 25 June 2021
  4. Onyekachi Umah, “Are courts in Nigeria Administratively Independent of the Chief Justice of Nigeria and the Supreme Court?” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 20 April 2020) <https://sabilaw.org/are-courts-in-nigeria-administratively-independent-of-the-chief-justice-of-nigeria-and-the-supreme-court-daily-law-tips-tip-551-by-onyekachi-umah-esq-llm-aciarbuk/> accessed 25 June 2021.
  5. Onyekachi Umah, “The Nigerian Court For Ships and Aircrafts Matters” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 11 November 2020) <https://sabilaw.org/the-nigerian-court-for-ships-and-aircrafts-matters/> accessed 25 June 2021
  6. Onyekachi Umah, “Courts That Can Hear Cases of Fundamental Human Rights In Nigeria” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 2 May 2018) < https://sabilaw.org/daily-law-tips-by-onyekachi-umah-esq-tip-92-courts-that-can-hear-cases-of-fundamental-human-rights-in-nigeria/> accessed 25 June 2021.
  7. Onyekachi Umah, “ECOWAS Court as a Weak Alternative to Nigerian Courts” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 20 May 2021) <https://sabilaw.org/ecowas-court-as-a-weak-alternative-to-nigerian-courts/> accessed 25 June 2021
  8. Onyekachi Umah, “An Alternative to Courts for Human Rights Cases” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 14 May 2021) <https://sabilaw.org/an-alternative-to-courts-for-human-rights-cases/> accessed 25 June 2021
  9. Onyeakchi Umah, “How To Know If A Judge Is Fair Or Not: The Test For Justice” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 15 September 2020) < https://sabilaw.org/how-to-know-when-a-judge-is-fair-or-not-the-test-for-justice/> accessed 25 June 2021
  10. Onyekachi Umah, “What is Plea Bargain, If Criminal Cases Cannot be Settled Out of Court?” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 10 July 2020) <https://sabilaw.org/what-is-plea-bargain-if-criminal-cases-cannot-be-settled-out-of-court-daily-law-tips-tip-606-by-onyekachi-umah-esq-ll-m-aciarbuk/> accessed 25 June 2021
  11. Onyekachi Umah, “Which Court Can Hear Cases Of Land Disputes In Villages And Rural Communities In Nigeria” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 12 December 2018) <https://sabilaw.org/daily-law-tips-by-onyekachi-umah-esq-tip-247-which-court-can-hear-cases-of-land-disputes-in-villages-and-rural-communities-in-nigeria/> accessed 27 June 2021.
  12. Onyekachi Umah, “Which Court Can Try Cases Of Bounced/Dud Cheque In Nigeria?” (LearnNigerianLaws.com, 18 October 2018) <https://sabilaw.org/daily-law-tips-by-onyekachi-umah-esq-tip-208-which-court-can-try-cases-of-bounced-dud-cheque-in-nigeria/> accessed 27 June 2021
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