S.o Odulaja black and white hotel limited v wema bank limited &ors (2014)LPELR- 23816 CA
2. COURT - DUTY OF JUDGE: Whether a judge must confine itself to the facts presented before him in an application for interlocutory injunction
"The Appellants brought a motion for an interlocutory injunction to restrain the Respondents from getting into possession of the Res. In support, the parties filed their respective affidavits. The learned trial Judge is to confine himself to the facts and circumstances presented before him. The Appellants asked for an interlocutory injunction to preserve the Res. The learned trial Judge went beyond what the Appellants had prayed for.
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