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WHETHER A CLAIMANT OF TITLE TO LAND CAN RELY ON THE WEAKNESS OF THE DEFENDANT’S CASE TO PROVE ITS OWN CASE

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“The plaintiff or the claimant of title must satisfy the court that he is entitled on the evidence adduced by him to obtain such declaration of title. In other words, the claimant or plaintiff must rely on the strength of his own case and NOT to rely the weakness of the defendant’s case, See Itauma v Akpe-Ime (2001)7 SC (pt. II) 24.” PER A. SANUSI, 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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