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THE IMPACT OF TAXATION LAW ON INVESTMENT ACTIVITY IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Taxes are the most important source of government revenue. A tax can be defined as a compulsory levy imposed by a public authority in one’s incomes, consumption and production of goods and services. Taxes are levied on personal incomes (consisting of salaries, business profit interest income dividend […]

TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS OF EMPLOYMENT AND THE APPLICABILITY OF INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION STANDARDS ON UNFAIR DISMISSAL IN NIGERIA

 ABSTRACT Industrial and labour relations occupy an important and  enviable place in the socio-economic development of any nation in particular and the world at large. The conditions under which an employee works as well as the security of his employment has great bearing on his output which in turn affects the socio-economic development of the […]

CYBER CRIME IN THE SOCIETY: PROBLEMS AND PREVENTIONS.

Abstract The aim of this study was to examine the perception of cybercrime among Nigerian youths using Caritas University as a study. In this research study, we found out people’s reaction to messages depends mainly on how it is perceived. To achieve the aim o the study, literature was reviewed. Survey research method was used […]

AN APPRAISAL OF THE PROSECUTORIAL POWERS OF THE NIGERIA POLICE IN HOMICIDE CASES

CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background of the study  The phenomenon, “crime” has been a major subject of private and public concern throughout human history. No society is free of crime. However, the question often asked is that even if crime is part of inevitable human behaviour, how much of it can a society […]

AN APPRAISAL OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE CONTROL OF CHILD TRAFFICKING IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT   This research evaluates the potential challenges to a total eradication of child trafficking in Nigeria. The magnitude of the problem, as well as its despicable nature, triggered increasing legislations in Nigeria in recent years. This research shows that despite the remarkable efforts in term of law and policy approaches, the problem appears to […]

A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF REPORTS CASES OF CRIME (1995 – 2004)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION A man’s life is obviously his most cherished property and the most basic of all fundamental human rights. Nobody has the right to ham or even take away another person’s life except as a last resort another in self-defense. A renowned English advocationist, Henry Thomas Buckee (1893) once said that the society […]

A SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF CRIME INVESTIGATION: THE CASE OF THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC)

Abstract The paper examines a semantic analysis of crime investigation using EFCC investigative report. The methodology is a content analysis and a descriptive approach to investigate the semantic components of language use of the EFCC. A sample was taken from the online site of the EFCC and analysis was carried out to explore the semantic […]

A CRITICAL STUDY OF THE LEGAL REGIME FOR DATA PROTECTION IN NIGERIA

Abstract The thesis examines the legal protection of data privacy in Nigeria. Investigating this issue is crucial in the wake of the rise in data processing activities as a result of the relative advances in technology which challenge human rights. Generally, the right to data privacy emerged because of the need to protect individuals from […]

LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE RESOLUTION OF AVIATION DISPUTE (CASE STUDY NIGERIAN AIRLINES)

CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION   1.1          Background to the Study The topic of this research is “Legal framework for the resolution of aviation dispute.” Aviation is basically a transnational and border-crossing phenomenon, without which globalization (the flow of people and goods and the mixing of cultures) would have been difficult and the awareness that […]

JUSTICE AND THE ENVIRONMENT: CONCEPTIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AND THEORIES OF DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background of Study The idea of environmental justice has been a central concern for academics in a range of disciplines, and both the concept and its coverage have expanded substantially in the past two decades. Clearly, the discourse of environmental justice has been broadening and expanding in scope far beyond its […]

ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AND NIGERIA LEGAL APPROACH

CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background of the Research The importance of observing human rights in any legal system and its significance cannot be overemphasized. Notably, one of the lessons of globalization and the new international economic order is the increasing awareness that the enforcement of human rights is a cornerstone in the realization of […]

FAIR HEARING: AN INDISPENSABLE ELEMENT OF JUSTICE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background to Study Every person has the right to a fair trial both in civil and in criminal cases, and the effective protection of all human rights very much depends on the practical availability at all times of access to competent, independent and impartial courts of law which can, and will, […]

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT LAW AND THE ENVIRONMENT

CHAPTER ONE 1.0     GENERAL INTRODUCTION The main issue arising from the relationship between foreign investment and environmental protection have been raised by academics and practitioners of international investment law.[1] The centre of the problem lies in the fact that protecting the rights of investors and environmental protection are often clashing objectives. Trying to synchronize these […]

RIGHT TO LIFE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NIGERIA LAW AND SOUTH AFRICAN LAW

CHAPTER ONE Introduction 1                    [1]Definition of terms This research deals with the diplomatic protection of right to life as practised by the Republic of South Africa and Nigeria. According to the International Law Commission’s (ILC) Draft Articles on diplomatic protection Diplomatic protection consists of the invocation by a State, through diplomatic action or other means […]

A LEGAL AND JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF HOMOSEXUALITY AND SAME SEX MARRIAGES: SUPPORTING THE NIGERIAN POSITION

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction The aim of this chapter is to provide a broad overview of homosexuality as a topical issue across civilisations and time. As discussion on same sex marriage would necessarily require an understanding of its gradual development in human societies, it would inevitably require some background information on the phenomenon of homosexuality […]

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