INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF NIGERIA ASSOCIATION OF GENERAL PRACTICE PHARMACISTS EMPLOYERS
V.
PCN

(2011) JELR 43878 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/A/322/09 ·  3 Feb 2011 ·  Nigeria
CORAM
MOHAMMED LAWAL GARBA Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria PAUL ADAMU GALINJE Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria REGINA OBIAGELI NWODO Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
Core Terms Beta
applicant
extension of time
restraining order
counter affidavit
record of appeal
nwlr pt
senior counsel
further affidavit
rule
court of appeal rules
extraneous matters
grant of the application
honourable court
learned senior counsel
own personal knowledge
respect of prayer
statement of facts
learned counsel
legal argument
legal practitioner
records of appeal
s.88 of the evidence act
substantial reason
supreme court
a33 paragraph counter affidavit
ag of abia state v
application of this nature
businesses of any such member
decision of the lower court
determination of the appeal
exercise of the courts discretion
extraneous matter
fault of counsel
following order
further notice
hearing of this application
learner senior counsel o. akeredolu
legal right
main reason
matter of fact
paragraph affidavit
paragraph counter affidavit
paul adamu galinje
provisions of s.86
regina obiageli nwodo
respondent mr. j.d ebume
s.15 of the court of appeal act
specific time
such negligence of counsel
support of the application

REGINA OBIAGELI NWODO, J.C.A. (Delivering the Lead Ruling): The Appellant/Applicant by motion on Notice filed on 8/1/2010 seeks the following order:

"i. Extending the time within which the appellant/applicant may compile the records of appeal in this case and transmit same to this Honourable Court.

ii. An Order deeming the record of appeal already compiled and transmitted to this Honourable Court to be properly compiled and transmitted.

iii. Restraining the respondent by themselves, their agents, servants and/or privies or otherwise howsoever, from implementing regulation 2(2) of the Registration of pharmaceutical premises regulations, 2005 against the members of the appellant/applicant and from in any way interfering with the businesses of any such member pending the determination of the appeal against the decision of the lower court delivered on 26th, 2009.

iv. Take further notice that the appellant/applicant will at the hearing of this application rely on the record of Appeal which…

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