IFELODUN LOCAL GOVERNMENT
V.
BELLO & ANOR

(2011) JELR 38830 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/IL/M. 6/2009 ·  11 Feb 2011 ·  Nigeria
CORAM
TIJJANI ABDULLAHI Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria SOTONYE DENTON-WEST Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria IGNATIUS IGWE AGUBE Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
Core Terms Beta
applicant
application
affidavit
notice of appeal
good cause
learned counsel
respondents
extension of time
counter-affidavit
ground of appeal
ruling of the lower court
substantial reasons
court of appeal rules
exhibit b
honourable court
kwara state
proposed notice of appeal
following terms
point of law
prima facie show
second condition
support of the application
10th day of november
1st april
1st respondent
actual fact
address of the applicant
applicant mr. salahudeen
behalf of the 1st respondent
case of isiaka v
chairman of the appellant
chambers of a.g.f. salahudeen
compelling reasons
days of such ruling
documentary exhibits
former counsel o.m. buhari esq
grant of an application of this nature
inherent jurisdiction of this honourable court
joseph o. ashaolu esq
lead counsel
order of extension of time
order of this court
proposed ground of appear of the applicant
proposed notice of appeal prima facie
respective counsel
ruling of the learned trial judge
said sarahudeen esq
support of her motion

IGNATIUS IGWE AGUBE, J.C.A. (Delivering the Leading Judgment): This is an application brought pursuant to Order 7 Rule 10(1) and (2) of the Court of Appeal Rules and under the inherent jurisdiction of this Honourable Court.

The application seeks for the trinitarian prayers of:-

(a) Leave and Order of this Court for the extension of time within which to allow the Appellant/Applicant to file her Notice of Appeal out of time;

(b) Leave to appeal out of time;

(c) An order of extension of time to file the Notice of Appeal out of time; and

(d) An Order deeming the already filed and served Notice of Appeal as having been duly filed and served on the Respondents, the necessary fees having been duly paid, penalty inclusive.

The Grounds upon which the Application is predicated are as follows:-

1. The Appeal is out of time;

2. The leave of this Honourable is required to file the Notice of Appeal out of time and

3. The Notice of Appeal has raised some point of law.

In support of the Application …

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