THE VALIDITV OF S. 34 OF mE NIGERIAN ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT

  • Edwin Obimma Ezike University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, Nigeria
Keywords: Nigerian Arbitration and Conciliation Act, arbitral tribunal

Abstract

The constitution of the federal Republic of Nigeria vests the judicial powers of the federation in the federal courts and the
judicial powers of the state in the state courts, Following from this therefore, no authority can validly exercise the judicial powers except t he prescribed courts. These powers directly derive from the Constitution, which in turn is a grant from the people constituting the nation a s a sovereignty.

Author Biography

Edwin Obimma Ezike, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, Nigeria

Lecturer, Faculty of Law

Published
2018-05-13
How to Cite
Ezike, E. (2018). THE VALIDITV OF S. 34 OF mE NIGERIAN ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT. The Nigerian Juridical Review, 8(1). Retrieved from http://thenigjuridicalreview.com/index.php/NJR/article/view/125
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