Both parties claimed title to the land in dispute upon separate conveyances, the High Court awarded the land to the respondent without asking an expert to drawn a composite plan in order to determi
The plaintiffs grandfather deforested the land in dispute, on his death the plaintiffs father inherited it and then the plaintiff inherited same upon his fathers death.
The respondents claimed against the appellants a declaration that they are the owners in possession of the said land, an order of injunction against the appellants and an order of forfeiture again
The court of appeal set aside the decision of the customary court giving title to the land in dispute to the plaintiffs as confirmed by the High Court on the grounds that it placed the burden of pr
The plaintiffs are natives of Umuogodo-Osha Ngbo and have sued for themselves and on behalf of the people of Umuogodo-Osha for joint ownership of the land called "Egu Ojo.
The appellant claimed that in 1952 he and one Ignatius Onwuasomba bought a piece of land measuring 200 ft X 100ft and that he is the rightful person to apply for and be granted a statutory right of
The appellants were customary tenants of the respondents who started to claim title to the adjoining lands over which the customary tenancy did not extend.