RIGHTS OF A TENANT IN NIGERIA.

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The Nigerian law is all encompassing and people-welfare oriented. The law went on to provide an avalanche of rights, duties and privileges for tenants.  Am set to outline and dwell in the details on the rights, duties, privileges, powers and remedies open to tenants in Nigeria, as a whole.

A tenant is declared a lesser human being against the wishes of the constitution as many times as his/her rights are trampled on. The law will always lean in favour of a tenant and to safeguard him properly while he strives to acquire his own premises. Here are some of the rights open to tenants in Nigeria, today;

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