Rights of Landlords and Tenants in Nigeria

Rights of Landlords and Tenants in Nigeria

Rights of Landlords and Tenants in Nigeria.

Onyekachi.umah@gmail.com,08037665878

Founder, LearnNigerianLaws.com

Convener, Sabi Law Lecture Series

DELIVERED ON SUNDAY, 2ND SEPTEMBER, 2018 (3:00PM)

AT THE AUDITORIUM OF LIVING FAITH CHUCH, BYZIAN, ABUJA.

16th SABI LAW LECTURE SERIES.

 LECTURE CONTENT:

0. Profile of Onyekachi Umah

1.Who is a Landlord?
2.Who Cannot be a Landlord in Nigeria
3.Who is a Tenant?
4.Rights of a Landlord
5.SabiLawMaster’s Interlude
6.Rights of a Tenant
7.Contents of a Valid Tenancy Agreements
8.Courts and Trial of Tenancy Cases in Nigeria
9.Conclusion
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