NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTISE REGULATION 2016 IS NOW ONLINE!

 

The National Environmental Health Practise Regulation 2016 was made on 10th February 2016 to replace the National Environmental Health Practise Regulation 2007. The National Environmental Health Practise Regulation 2016 is made pursuant to the Environmental Health Officers (Registration etc) Act, 2002.

The National Environmental Health Practise Regulation 2016 is enforce in all parts of Nigeria and covers issues of environmental health, waste management and issuance of permits/licenses. Among others, it empowers both State and Local Governments to regulate and collect waste collection fees across Nigeria. Before now, The National Environmental Health Practise Regulation 2016 was not accessible online making it hard for Nigerians to know their rights and duties under the said Regulation. Now you can download the The National Environmental Health Practise Regulation 2016 as well as the Environmental Health Officers (Registration etc) Act, 2002 for free! It pays to #SabiLaw.    

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DAILY LAW TIPS
by Onyekachi Umah,Esq.
(Tip 238)
“IS IT LEGAL FOR GOVERNMENT OR ANY GROUP TO CHARGE YOU FOR DRILLING BOREHOLE ON YOUR LAND? “

The right to use any water (both surface and unground water) in any part of Nigeria is vested on the Federal Government of Nigeria. But, any person (Nigerian or Foreigner) who has either a statutory or customary right of occupancy to any land in any part of Nigeria, has right to take and use water including unground water source(like Wells and boreholes) from that land for domestic purposes, and agricultural purposes WITHOUT ANY CHARGE, COST, FEE, TAX or LEVY.
The recent demand for borehole levy by locals and some groups are illegal and should be stopped. Talk to your lawyer, today.

My authorities are sections 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 13, 20 and 21 of the Water Resources Act,

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DAILY LAW TIPS
by Onyekachi Umah,Esq.
(Tip 199)
“It Is An Offence To Import Live Fish Into Nigeria Without License”

Live fish (fresh water fish) cannot be imported into Nigeria without license from the Minister of Agriculture. It is an offence to make such importation and punishable with a fine not more than #40.00 for first time offenders, then an amount not exceeding #200.00 and or an imprisonment of not more than 6 months for second time offenders. Also, such fish, any substance or product made from the fish will be forfeited to government.

My authorities are sections 1, 2, 3 and 5 of the Live Fish (Control of Importation) Act, 1965.


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DAILY LAW TIPS
by Onyekachi Umah,Esq.
(Tip 147)
“Law Firms/Chambers Cannot Be Engaged and Briefed To Render Legal Services or Sign Documents”.

The practise of law is reserved for legal practitioners that are called to the Nigerian Bar and their names enrolled in the records of Supreme Court of Nigeria. Hence, the service of a lawyer cannot be rendered by a company, business name, partnership, firm or chamber of lawyers rather by the lawyers therein. Such institutions and formations are not lawyers licensed to practise although their owners, promoters, members and staff are licensed lawyers. So you engage lawyers and not law firms!

My authorities are sections 2 and 24 of Legal Practitioners Act and the Supreme Court decision in Okafor V. Nweke (2007)10 NWLR (PT.1043) 521 at 531.

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"NIGERIAN BUSINESSES AND THE NEED FOR CORPORATE, COPYRIGHTS, TRADE MARKS, INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS AND PATENTS REGISTRATIONS"

 By 

ONYEKACHI UMAH, ESQ., LL.M, ACIArb(UK)

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Founder, LearnNigerianLaws.com

Convener, Sabi Law Lecture Series

 

DELIVERED ON THURSDAY, 18 JULY 2018

AT THE MEETING OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF ABUJA METRO (MEGA CLUB)

7th SABI LAW LECTURE SERIES.

 

 

LECTURE CONTENTS:

  1. šProfile of OnyekachiUmah
  2. šForms of Business in Nigeria
  3. šCorporate Registration of Businesses in Nigeria
  4. šBenefits of Corporate Registration of Businesses in Nigeria
  5. šRegistration of Copyrights, Trade Marks, Designs and Patents of Businesses
  6. šBenefits of Copyrights, Trade Marks, Designs and Patents Registration.
  7. šAgencies For Corporate, Copyrights, Trade Marks, Designs and Patents Registration.

 

Full text of this lecture can be downloaded via the link below in PDF and PowerPoint formats.  

THE LINKS ARE AFTER THE COMMENT BOX, BELOW. 

 

 

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