The plantiff’s claims against the Defendants jointly and severally are for:
(a) That the annual general meeting of Defendant/Company held at plot 2 Block E Mushin, off Oshodi/lsolo Expressway on Thursday the 2nd April was irregular and illegal in that it contravenes the provisions of the Company Act 1968.
The facts of this case are very straight forward and does not bear any ambiguity. On or about 6/5/2008, the defendant/applicant upon being served with the originating processes of the plaintiffs/respondents filed a motion before this honourable court, praying in the main for an Order of court to set aside the Writ of Summons and other processes in this suit on the ground:
By an ex parte application on 5/4/89.the Applicant under ORDER 1 RULES 1(1) and (2) and RULES 2(1) and (3) of the Fundamental Rights (Enforcement Procedure) Rules 1979 as well as S.40 (l) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic, of Nigeria 1979 as amended sought and was granted leave for the enforcement of his fundamental right, which he claimed was infringed by the iBoard of Customs and Excise.
This Ruling is as a result of two applications filed by the 1st and 2nd Defendants as well as 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Defendants, all seeking to displace the 1st Plaintiff in this suit. The two applications were taken together.
In their motion on Notice dated 1st January 2007 brought pursuant to the inherent jurisdiction of this court, the 1st and 2nd Defendants seek for the following orders:
This is a motion on notice brought in pursuance of Orders 4 Rule 5(2), 27, Rules 1, 2 and 3 and 31 Rule 19 of the Federal High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules 197.6 and Section 9 of the Federal High Court Act 1973 and the inherent jurisdiction of this court for the striking out of the misfeasance summons against the 2nd Respondent. The motion is supported by an affidavit of 11 paragraphs.
This is a Notice of Preliminary objection dated 27th June 2001 brought by the Respondent for an Order striking out this Petition on the following grounds;
(1) The Petition is incompetent as no statutory provision is made for the Petitioner/Respondent to wind up the Respondent/Applicant, being an Insurance Company, by the Companies & Allied Matters Act,
This is a Motion on Notice dated 3rd March 2009 brought by the Plaintiffs/Applicants pursuant to ORDER 9 RULES 1 and 2 of the Federal High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules 2000 and the inherent jurisdiction of this court for:
The plaintiff’s claim against the defendant is for the sum of N2, 013,535.48 being debt due and payable by the defendant to the Federal Government of Nigeria under the Income Tax Law Cap 60 Laws of the Federation (sic) plus the cost of prosecuting the suit.
In the amended statement of claim tiled on the 9thday of September 2005, the plaintiff claims against the defendants as follows:
This is an Appeal against the judgment of the Body of Appeal Commissioners (BAC) delivered on 30th September, 2004 setting aside the Appellant's Assessment No. PPTBA 7 dated 17th June 1997 for the sum of US $3,365,320 for the year 1996.
SWEET SENSATION CONFECTIONARIES LTD FOOD CONCEPTS & ENTERTAINMENT LTD v. FEDERAL BOARD OF INLAND REVENUE & anor.
By the Originating Summons dated /filed on 8/9/2004 on behalf of the plaintiffs in this suit the plaintiffs are stated to be in possession of money due from them as tax to either of the Defendants; being money deducted as tax from their sales to their customers. By their Originating Summons, this court is being asked to decide the following question:-
REGISTERED TRUSTEES OF ASSOCIATION OF FAST FOOD CONFECTIONERS OF NIGERIA & 2 ORS v. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF LAGOS STATE
In a Notice of preliminary Objection dated the 28th day of July, 2009 the 1st defendant/applicant challenged the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court to entertain the plaintiffs' suit as presently constituted. The objection is predicated on the following grounds:
(Delivered by UCHE OMO, J.C.A.)
The plaintiffs/respondents in the court below claimed against the defendants/appellants, N400.00 damages for trespass to property situate at Kukula village and an order of injunction to restrain them from further trespass on the said land.
(Delivered by Ogunkeye, J.C.A.)
In an action in the High Court of Oyo State sitting at Ibadan, the appellant was the Plaintiff suing in the following terms:-
"The Plaintiff claims against the defendant the following reliefs:-
The Plaintiffs claim is against the Defendants as follows:
The Plaintiff Benedon Nigeria Limited, commenced this action by writ against the Defendant Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria. The writ taken out against the defendant is dated 25th May 2004.
Plaintiffs claim against the Defendant as endorsed on the writ of summons and statement of claim is as follows:
The Plaintiffs by originating summons dated 8th August, 2006, submitted the following questions to be determined by this court. The questions are as follows:
The Plaintiff filed a Specially Endorsed Writ dated the 15th day of December, 2004 placed on the undefended list by Order of Court dated the I2th day of January, 2004 the Writ is supported by a 31 paragraphs affidavit sworn to by Salawu Idris on the 15th day of December, 2004 with four (4) Exhibits.
(Delivered By HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE T. ABUBAKAR, J.H.C.)
(Delivered By HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE T. ABUBAKAR, J.H.C.)
The Accused person, ADEBANJO LASISI, stood trial before this court on a single count charge of exportation of 1.425 kilograms of cocaine without lawful authority, an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 10 © of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Act No.48 of 1989 as amended.
The Accused person Adeniran Olumide was charged for unlawful dealing in 300 grammes of cannabis sativa a drug similar to cocaine, heroin, and LSD without lawful authority an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 10C of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Act Cap 253 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990 as amended.
The accused person, IYAMU IMADE KURTIS stood trial before this court on a single charge of exportation of 815 grams of cocaine without lawful authority an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 10(b) of the NDLEA Act Cap. 253, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990 as amended.
COURT: This is a special trial today. The Accused standing trial before the court pleaded guilty immediately after the charge against him as read.
The accused Dennis Esuabomi was arraigned earlier before Allagoa J. on the 5th day of April, 2004, and pleaded not guilty. Proceedings began on the charge of 18th day of March, 2004 and later Allagoa J was transferred to Enugu Division and the case file re-assigned to this Court on the 20th day of June, 2005.
The Accused person in this case Aguguo Everest Onyekozuru, stood trial Before this court, the charge against him reads and I quote:
The accused Abiodun Adebola was arraigned on the 15th day of June, 2005 on a charge under Section 10H of National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Act 1992, he pleaded guilty, after the facts was reviewed , it's Counsel sought leave to substitute the amended charge and same was read to accused person.