The plaintiff/respondent in a representative action claims declaration of title to land and damages for trespass by the defendant.
The respondents brought this action against the appellant for trespass and injunction on their land relying on an earlier judgement of 1918.
The appellant bought the land in dispute five weeks after the respondent had concluded the transaction of purchase from the common vendor and two days after, he had in fact got the approval for t
The first and second appellants descended from Ebo while the 3rd and 4th appellants descended from Chimaukwa.
Both parties claimed declaration of title to land, compensation and an injunction. Judgment at the trial court was given to the 1st respondent.
The plaintiffs, now respondents, sued the appellants as defendants, in the Ondo State High Court, holden at Ondo and claimed for Declaration of title to and possession of all that piece or parcel o
The plaintiff/respondent sued the defendants/appellants over a land in dispute, that they be declared entitled to the Right of Occupancy. The Trial Court gave judgment in favour of the defendants.
The plaintiffs/Respondents sued the defendants/appellant for a statutory right of occupancy over a parcel of land. Judgment was given in favour of the plaintiffs. The defendants appealed.
William Akunyili as plaintiff later upon his demise (substituted by Chudi Akunyili ) had for himself and on behalf of Akunyili family, Nkitaku Agu sued the defendants, herein respondents, for thems
The respondents claimed declaration of title to land, damage for trespass and a perpetual injunction against the appellants at the trial court
The respondent claimed that the appellant was a customary tenant of the land in dispute in the customary court.
The respondents/plaintiffs at the trial court claimed for declaration of title in respect of a parcel of land against the appellants at the High Court.