Lagos State Tenancy Law 2011

Lagos State Tenancy Law 2011. 

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The Lagos State Tenancy Law is the law that Regulates Rights and Obligations under Tenancy Agreements and the Relationships between the Landlords and Tenants in Lagos State, including the Procedure for the Recovery of Premises and for Connected Purposes.

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The Lagos State Tenancy Law although made for Lagos State by the Lagos State Legislature, does not apply to Apapa, Ikeja GRA, Ikoyi and Victoria Island. Also, it does not apply to residential premises owned or operated by an educational institution for its staff and students; residential premises provided for emergency shelter; and residential premises in a public or private hospital or a mental health facility. 

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