FAJIMI
V.
SUBERU & ORS.

(2012) JELR 49285 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/I/185/05 ·  30 Mar 2012 ·  Nigeria
CORAM
STANELY SHENKO ALAGOA (OFR) Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria ADZIRA GANA MSHELIA Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria MODUPE FASANMI Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
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ADZIRA GANA MSHELIA, J.C.A. (Delivering the Leading Judgment): This is an appeal against the judgment of the High Court of Justice Ogun State sitting at Ota Judicial Division delivered by Onafowokan, J. on 27th day of November, 2004.

The appellant (as plaintiff in the court below) by an amended writ of summons and amended statement of claim dated 7th June, 2001 claimed against the Respondents (defendants in the court below) jointly and severally as follows:-

The sum of N750,000.00 (Seven hundred and Fifty thousand Naira only) comprising:-

(a) N250,000.00 as costs of re-establishing survey beacons destroyed on the five acre land in dispute at the rate of N50, 000.00 per acre.

(b) N500,000.00 as general damages for unlawful trespass on the land in dispute.

Perpetual injunction restraining the defendants their servants or privies from trespassing on the land in dispute by way of digging foundations building, farming, cutting trees, selling leasing or alienating in any other form of tres…

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