IDENTITY OF LAND – WHETHER PROOF OF IDENTITY OF THE LAND  IS NECESSARY WHERE SAME IS KNOWN TO BOTH PARTIES  

 

Yinka Bright
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06/09/2019 10:28 am  

WHETHER PROOF OF IDENTITY OF THE LAND  IS NECESSARY WHERE SAME IS KNOWN TO BOTH PARTIES

“The principle, well established since Baruwa v. Ogunshola (1938) 4 W.A.C.A 159, is that the onus is on the Plaintiff who seeks a declaration of title to land to show clearly the area of land to which his claim relates. Where, however, the parties themselves know the portion of land in dispute this principle does not strictly apply.” PER E. EKO, J.S.C., in

Csp L.L. Anagbado V Alhaji Idi Faruk

LER [2018]SC.496/2016

APPEAL NO: SC.496/2016 https://legalpediaonline.com/csp-l-l-anagbado-v-alhaji-idi-faruk/

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