EXERCISE OF DISCRETION – ATTITUDE OF AN APPELLATE COURT TO THE EXERCISE OF DISCRETION BYA LOWER COURT  

 

JBA
 JBA
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23/10/2019 11:27 am  

“An appellate is, usually, loath to interfere with an exercise of discretion save where it is: wrongly exercised; tainted with irregularity, irrelevant or extraneous matters or defilement of the law, or in the interest of justice, see Ajuwa v. S.P.D.C.N. Ltd (supra); T.S.A. Ind. Ltd. v. Kema Inv. Ltd (2006) 2 NWLR (Pt. 964) 300.”

 

PER O. F. OGBUINYA, J.C.A. in Dr. Ojor Ayemoba V Mrs Olubunmi Ayemoba  LER[2018]CA/K/382/2016   https://legalpediaonline.com/dr-ojor-ayemoba-v-mrs-olubunmi-ayemoba/


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