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lagos state land law prohibiting forceful entry and illegal occupation of landed properties (2)

ILLEGAL OCCUPATION OF PROPERTY Section 4 of the new Law provides that a person who is occupying a property as an encroacher and fails to leave the property on being required to do so by or on behalf of the owner of the property commits an offence and on conviction shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five million naira or five years imprisonment or both. The Law extends the meaning of property to include ‘a reference to an access to the property, whether or not any such access itself...

5 facts about real estate in lagos that will amaze you

Lagos is not the capital of Nigeria (it is Abuja). But it is still the most important city in this African country of 150 million people. Lagos still remains the commercial capital of Nigeria with all major industries operating from there. Nearly 15 million people live in this city where real estate prices are touching the sky. Here are 5 facts about real estate in Lagos that will amaze you. HIGHER RENT THAN LOS ANGELES AND NYC Rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in some areas in Lagos can go up...

lagos state land law prohibiting forceful entry and illegal occupation of landed properties (4)

PROHIBITION OF DEMAND FOR FEE IN REGARD TO CONSTRUCTION Section 11 of the Law is by far the most popular provision of the Law. Anybody who has done construction work in Lagos and its environs has one tale or the other to tell about the notorious omo onile. They are basically hoodlums who lurk around construction areas, charge developers for every tipper of sand/cement/gravel brought to site; then, at various stages of building, they throw in more obstacles and demand payment of huge sums...

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