(1999) JELR 43887 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/L/149/99 (R) ·  15 Jun 1999 ·  Nigeria
Other Citations
Okotie-Eboh v. Jadesimi (1999) 8 NWLR (Pt.616) pg. 599 JOE ADOLO OKOTIE-EBOH & ANOR v. MRS ALERO JADESIMI & ORS.
Okotie-Eboh v. Jadesimi (1999) 8 NWLR (Pt. 616) 598
GEORGE ADESOLA OGUNTADE Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria SULEIMAN GALADIMA Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria PIUS OLAYIWOLA ADEREMI Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
Core Terms Beta
determination of the substantive appeal
special circumstances
first instance
court of appeal rules
record of appeal
2nd appellant
further proceedings
lower court
milverton road
stay of proceedings
uninterrupted access
execution of the order of the lower court
lead ruling
stay of execution
supporting affidavit
third relief
appellate court
application ought
balance of convenience
bendel state
ex-parte order of injunction
final analysis
first leg of the prayer
following orders
following terms
g bendel state
grant of stay of execution
grant of the prayer
grounds of the application
mr. adetona
mr. ike imo
mr. tayo oyetibo
notice of preliminary objection
order of injunction
points of law
possession of the said property
power failure
respondent claiming possession
rules of this court
subject matter of this suit
submissions of the learned counsel
supreme court
trial court

ADEREMI, J.C.A. (Delivering the Lead Ruling): By their application dated 4th May, 1999 filed on the same date, the defendants/appellants/applicants pray this court for the following orders:

1. An order granting a departure from the Rules of this court by allowing the appellants/applicants to compile the record of appeal and treating the bundle of documents already compiled by the appellants and annexed hereto as Exhibit "J.A.O." as the Record of Appeal.

2. An order staying the execution of the order of the lower court made on 19th April, 1999 rending the hearing and determination of the substantive appeal.


An -order of injunction restraining the Respondent herein Mrs. Akro Jadesimi whether by herself, her servants, agents, privies and/or representatives from ejecting or disturbing or harassing the 2nd appellant or any of its officers interfering in any manner whatsoever with the 2nd appellant's tenancy and/or possession of the said property pending the hearing and determ…

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