Sunday, August 30, 2020

Legal Guides to Engaging in Profitable Businesses in Nigeria - SNATHAP

Company structure

The primary law governing companies and businesses in Nigeria is the Company and Allied Matters Act (CAMA). It deals with the various types of company structures, eligibility, process for registration, and rules for operation.

The regulatory body that is in charge of implementing the provisions of the CAMA is the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

Monday, August 17, 2020

Custody Of A Child In Nigeria: The Predominant Factors Under Statutory And Customary Marriage – Sun Natha-Alade & Partners (SNATHAP)

Recently, especially during the COVID’19 Pandemic marriages seem to be collapsing and the rate of divorce is alarming. Alongside divorce matters either the husband or wife or even both or other relatives may want the custody of the children of the marriage either with respect to marriage celebrated under the Marriage Act or under customary law in Nigeria. This brings us to a brief but detailed analysis of what custody of a child entails. 

The World Health Organization defines a Child as a person of 19 years or younger unless the national law defines a person to be an adult at an earlier age.

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

COVID 19 Cannot Kill Anymore; It’s a Banished Shadow –Richarmond O. Natha-Alade

The hovering darkness is the shadow in glory;

There are times when great luck lies in ill-luck

There are times being the greatest among all lies in servitude

There are times great measure of grace lies in some measure of disgrace

There are times boldness and courage lies in ridicule

There are times being greatly strong lies in great weaknesses

There are times great and everlasting peace lies in endless wars

In life, we fight and fight and fight in hope for some days of peace

Sunday, February 23, 2020

COURTOCRACY: Dispassionate Look at Supreme Court Judgements in BAYELSA, Nasarawa, Rivers & Others - Richarmond O. Natha-Alade

Richarmond O. Natha-Alade
Events of recent have shown several seismic and qua-tsunami decisions of our courts on several matters of national importance, the apex court inclusive; particularly on teething issues touching on various elections across Nigeria. This is evidenced by sudden twists in order events and natural protocols occasioning controversies and majour division on opinions cum reactions hovering from those decisions. Part of such is evidenced by massive protests across-board and massive filing for review of those decisions.

Thursday, January 23, 2020

The Importance of Registration of Company and Businesses- Zammy A. Owodunni

Zammy Owodunni

Business registration is the process of obtaining legal authorization to conduct business within your chosen jurisdiction. It is a legal obligation in most jurisdictions and ensures that a business is operating under the lawful obligations of its control

Adelabu v. Seyi Makinde: Me Lords at the Court of Appeal Could Have Done More – Richarmond O. Natha-Alade

Richarmond O. Natha-Alade

It is exactly two days the constituted Election Petition Panel of the Court of Appeal, Abuja, sitting within the Ibadan judicial division delivered Judgement which many believe is quite uncommon and/or strange in the political history of Nigeria.

For the first time, all parties in an appeal appear joyous and each side (with genuine and/or mischief intents) commending the court for the job well done. Both parties on the major divide seem to have a momentary and/or spontaneous satisfaction of court pronouncements; when in actual fact no actual verdict for and/or against parties was made. Bespeak, the judgement was in favour of all and in favour of none; hence no winner, no vanquish. The Honourable court only made order as to statusquo as it were upon declaration of winner by Independent National Electoral Commission.

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Let's Kill all the Goods for Evil; We Reset the World at its Best - SNATHAP 2020

We are in the unknown world;
The World, rough but smooth,
Constant but Changing
Vengeful but forgiving,
Dreadful but pleasant,
Wide but narrow,
Awful but terrific
Spiritual but ordinary
Imprisoning but free