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U.B.A. Plc v. Ujor  10 NWLR (Pt. 722) 589 at 607, para. A, per Opene, JCA: “It is settled that a statement by a Counsel from the Bar has the character of an oath and the Court is bound to take this into consideration.” Notes: In making the above pronouncement, the Court relied onOctober 5, 2018
Companhia Brasifeira De Infraestrutura (INFAZ) v. Companhia Brasileira De Entrepostos E Commercio (COBEC Nigeria Limited)  12 NWLR (Pt. 1632) 127 at 132, paras. E-F, per Aka’ahs, JSC: “This Court decided in Saeby jernstoberi Maskinfabric A/S v. Olaogun Enterprises Ltd. (1999) 14 NWLR (Pt. 637) 128 which was cited to the court below that theSeptember 20, 2018
U.B.A. Plc v. Ujor  10 NWLR (Pt. 722) 589 at 603, para. B, per Opene, JCA: “When a litigant files a document in the court Registry and pays all the fees, it is not his duty to pay the bailiff any money for transport or otherwise so that he could effect service on the otherSeptember 3, 2018
Emechebe v. Ceto Int’l (Nig.) Ltd.  11 NWLR (Pt. 1631) 520 at 534, paras. B-C, per Abubakar, JCA: “The originating processes were duly signed and stamped by the learned counsel for the Respondent, and a stamp of the legal practitioner affixed even though expired, in my view, there is no sufficient basis to strikeAugust 25, 2018
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