(2018) JELR 38914 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/K/450/2017 ·  31 May 2018 ·  Nigeria
ZAINAB ADAMU BULKACHUWA Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria UWANI MUSA ABBA AJI Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria IBRAHIM SHATA BDLIYA Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
Core Terms Beta
provisions of section
filing of the notice of appeal
lower court
public officer
civil process act
laws of the federation of nigeria
ruling of the lower court
custody of the central bank of nigeria
service of an originating process
notice of preliminary objection
learned justices of the court of appeal
consent of the attorney-general of the federation
courts file
order nisi
garnishee proceedings
grounds of appeal
appellants brief of argument
competency of the notice of appeal
high court of justice
leading judgment
rules of this court
aforesaid act
principles of law
condition precedent
sole issue
ruling of the kano state high court of justice
competency of the lower court
central bank of nigeria
case of ihedioha v
notice of his intention
proof of service of the notice
sc p.
respondents brief of argument
final decision
trial court
public services
appropriate courts file
owelle rochas lpelr
meaning of section
sums of money
federal government of nigeria
competency of the appeal
interlocutory decision
counsels contention
such evidence
ambit of section

IBRAHIM SHATA BDLIYA, J.C.A. (Delivering the Leading Judgment).This is an appeal against the ruling of the Kano State High Court of Justice (the lower Court) in suit No. K/M319/2016 delivered on the 27th of April, 2017. The background facts leading to the filing of the Notice of appeal against the ruling of the lower Court to this Court are simple and straightforward. The respondent (as plaintiff) in suit K/M22/2013, obtained judgment at the High Court of Justice, Kano State against the Commissioner of Police, Kano State, in the sum of One Million Naira (1,000,000.00). To satisfy the judgment debt, the respondent initiated a garnishee proceedings against the Commissioner of Police, Kano State, seeking to attach sums of money in custody of the Central Bank of Nigeria, the appellant. The lower Court, upon the hearing of an ex parte application, granted an Order Nisi, and same was served on the appellant to show cause why the Order Nisi should not be made absolute. The appellant, upon be…

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