RIGHTS OF A LANDLORD IN NIGERIA.

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1.     RIGHT TO OWN PROPERTY IN ANY PART OF NIGERIA.

The organic law of Nigeria; Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 at Section 43 provides for the “Right to acquire and own immovable property anywhere in Nigeria.”  Hence, all citizens of Nigeria have the right to buy, purchase, acquire, inherit and retain, own, maintain and use a land located in any part of Nigeria. It does not matter whether one is Igbo or Hausa, Efik or Yoruba, indigene or Non-indigene.

  Like any other fundamental human right provided for under our constitution you can seek for its enforcement in a High Court or Federal High. All landlords are entitled to their property and the safety of their property in any part of Nigeria. Don’t let indigenous revolting tenants intimidate you. You owe them just nothing. Don’t decay in ignorance; believing fundamental human rights to be only on life, movement, speech, fair hearing and issues alike.

 

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