The official All Nigeria Law Reports is an 18 volume compilation including the most significant decided cases of the Supreme Court of Nigeria from 1991-2009.
Available in bound sets and online, this revised and consolidated edition of Nigerian primary and subsidiary legislation is authorised by the Federal Government of Nigeria and is updated annually, most recently to 31 December 2013. Print updates to the publication are supplied in the form of annual bound supplements.
The only work of its kind in Nigeria, this 8 volume compendium contains over 100 oil and gas cases, from between 1961 and 2011. Nigerian Oil and Gas Cases has been edited to bring out the salient legal issues in the conduct of petroleum operations in Nigeria, which account for 14% of the country's GDP, and provides an excellent foundation for understanding the governing principles of Nigerian oil and gas law and practice. Available in 8 bound volumes.
Author: DT Adem
This book considers the doctrine of ultra vires and Judicial Review in Nigeria on a comparative basis with England though with emphasis on the Nigerian Jurisdiction. The book identifies and rejects developments in English law felt to be inapplicable in Nigeria. It describes the doctrine of ultra vires (i.e. substantive and procedural ultra vires) and judicial review as applicable in Nigeria, analyses the sufficiency of their present use and suggests possible reforms in (amongst others) the following areas:
• Legitimate Expectation
• Duty to give reasons; and