ALIMI
V.
ADERINOYE

(2010) JELR 51102 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/I/M.156/08 ·  17 Mar 2010 ·  Nigeria
CORAM
CHIDI NWAOMA UWA JCA (Presided) SIDI DAUDA BAGE JCA MODUPE FASANMI JCA (Read the Lead Ruling)
Core Terms Beta
applicants
application
1st respondent
court
order
suit no. ab
grounds of appeal
paragraphs
affidavit
lower court
abeokuta judicial division
better affidavit
counter-affidavit
interested parties
mr. moshood shittu maku
mr. liadi alarape alimi
1st applicant
constitution of the federal republic of nigeria
court of appeal rules
issue of jurisdiction
necessary parties
proposed grounds of appeal
lead ruling
2nd applicant
above named parties
applicants’counsel
copy of the writ of summons
decision of the learned trial judge
denial of fair hearing
determination of the appeal
exhibits i.s.o.a
fasanmi jca
grant of an injunction
grant of this application
hearing of the application
lawyer aiyedun of plenary solicitors
learned counsel
members of their family
order of extension of time
order of injunction
subject matter of suit no. ab
subject matter of this appeal
such further order
support of the applicants
theapplicants’counsel
third party’s legal rights
unauthorized persons

FASANMI JCA (Delivering the Lead Ruling): The applicants moved this court on 20 January 2010, with the following prayers:

An order granting leave to the applicants: A

For enlarging the time within which the applicants may apply for leave to appeal against the decision of the Honourable Justice O. O. Olopade of the Ogun State High Court sitting at the Abeokuta Judicial Division delivered on 2 July 2007 in Suit No. AB/272/2005 Aderinoye v. Maku.

An order for the applicants, Mr. Liadi Alarape Alimi and Mr. Moshood Shittu Maku the above named parties be granted leave to appeal as interested parties against the decision of the Honourable Justice O.O. Olopade of the Ogun State High Court sitting at the Abeokuta

Judicial Division delivered on 2 July 2007 in Suit No. AB272/2005 Aderinoye v. Maku.

An order of extension of time within which to appeal against the decision of the Honourable Justice O.O Olopade of the Ogun State High Court sitting at theAbeokuta Judicial Division delivered on 2 J…

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