(2014) JELR 39793 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/L/662/2012 ·  16 May 2014 ·  Nigeria
JOSEPH SHAGBAOR IKYEGH Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria CHINWE EUGENIA IYIZOBA Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria SAMUEL CHUKWUDUMEBI OSEJI Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
Core Terms Beta
1st respondent
interested party
interested parties
extension of time
lower court
interlocutory injunction
court of appeal rules
notice of appeal
15th day of may
court of appeal act
legal grounds
order of interlocutory injunction
aforesaid judgment
agents of the respondent
exhibit ch
leave of court
samuel chukwudumebi oseji
trial court
attorney general of a state
attorney general of the federation
case 6f omatha investment
ch3 shows
copy of the judgment of the trial court
decision of the trial court
determination of this application
different parties
direct legal interests
egbe village
exhibit ch1
exhibit ch2
following orders
grant of such application
honourable court
old isheri
order of this honourable court
paragraph affidavit
parcels of land
representatives of the community development associations
said application
said grounds
said issue
subject matter of this suit
such interest
suit no. id
third party interest
true copy of the said judgment
way of preliminary argument

SAMUEL CHUKWUDUMEBI OSEJI, J.C.A. (Delivering the lead Ruling): By a motion on notice dated and filed in this court on the 30th April 2013, the applicants herein prayed for the following orders:-

(A) An order extending the time within which the applicants may seek leave to appeal as interested parties against the judgment delivered on the 15th day of May, 2012 suit No. ID/488/80. Honourable Justice Lawal Akapo of High Court of Lagos State No. 46, TBS, Lagos.

(B) An order granting leave to the applicants to appeal as interested parties against the aforesaid judgment.

(C) An order granting extension of time within which to file the Notice of Appeal in the aforesaid judgment.

(D) An order of this Honourable court for interlocutory injunction restraining the claimant/1st Respondent, his agents, servants, privies or anybody claiming title through him from leasing, selling, assigning, transferring, altering, demolishing, locking, harassing any occupier or howsoever creating any third party …

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