IGE
V.
AKINYEMI

(1990) JELR 79408 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  12 Sep 1990 ·  Nigeria
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Other Citations
Ige v. Akinyemi (1990) 6 NWLR (Pt. 158) 547
CORAM
ADENEKAN ADEMOLA, J.C.A. (Presided), BOLARINWA OYEGOKE BABALAKIN, J.C.A., FRANCIS OLISA AWOGU, J.C.A. (Read the Leading Judgment)
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
defendants
appellants
respondents
plaintiffs
defendant
necessary parties
muritala olosunde
power of attorney
trial judge
exhibits jb1
joinder of the interveners
said land
further counter-affidavit
issue of estoppel
learned trial judge
order of joinder
set aside
statement of claim
5th appellant
added plaintiffs
aforesaid land
area of land
attorneys of osunba
court judgment order
deed of conveyance exhibit jb5
exclusion of the defendants
exhibit jb1
following grounds of appeal
following issues
following terms
further acts of trespass
issue estoppel
leading judgment
oral hearing
order of injunction
owners of the said area of land
part of the aforesaid land
plan no. ogek
possession of any portion of the land subject-matter
possession of the said land
respect of any portion of igando land
result of the defendants
square metres
such legal action
supreme court judgment
trial of this case
way of counter-claim
withdrawal of the defendants

AWOGU, J.C.A. (Delivering the Leading Judgment): This is an appeal against the ruling of Olugbani, J., of Ikeja Judicial Division of the High Court of Lagos delivered on April 14, 1987, granting leave to the interveners/respondents to be joined as co-plaintiffs in the suit as well as joining one Muritala Olosunde as a co-defendant. The plaintiff in the suit sued the appellants claiming: -

"1.Declaration that the plaintiff is entitled to the use and occupationto the exclusion of the defendants and their agents of all that area of land described in Plan No. OGEK.894B/77 measuring 7779.883 square metres situate lying and being at Ignado Village which is more described on Plan No.OGEK/894B/77 (a copy of which is attached herewith and marked Annexture A).

2.Perpetual injunction restraining the defendants their servants and agents from further acts of trespass on the aforesaid land described in Annexture A.

3.Damages suffered by the plaintiff as a result of the defendants' trespass to part of …

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