Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (Nigerian Laws)
This webpage features free legal information on the Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (Nigerian Laws) including the upcoming Laws of the Federation of Nigeria eBook (e-Book) and certain provisions of the Nigerian Constitution (Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria). The said Laws of the Federation of Nigeria eBook (e-Book) promises to be a unique resource on the thousands of Acts and Statutory Instruments that constitute the Laws of the Federation of Nigeria. The Nigerian legal system has a three-tier legislature:
- Federal (National Assembly comprising the Senate and the House of Representatives),
- State (House of Assembly of each State), and Local Government (Legislative Council of each Local Government). and
- The Laws of the Federation of Nigeria statute book contains Federal legislation made by the Nigerian National Assembly.
Nigerian laws made by the National Assembly are called Acts, those made by the House of Assembly of a State are called Laws, while those made by a Local Government Legislative Council are called Bye-Laws. As expected, Acts are superior to Laws, which in turn are superior to Bye-Laws.
Nigerian Law eBooks
Laws of Rivers State of Nigeria: An Encyclopaedic Guide by Leesi Ebenezer Mitee
- Laws of Rivers State of Nigeria eBook (available for purchase and immediate download from all Amazon websites worldwide)
- Laws of the Federation of Nigeria eBook (upcoming)
- Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 eBook: Full Text Annotated, All Amendments Incorporated (upcoming)
- Nigerian Law of Evidence eBook: Full Text of the Evidence Act 2011 With Notes, Annotated (upcoming)
- Nigerian Company Law eBook: Full Text of Nigerian Companies and Allied Matters Act 1990, Annotated (upcoming)
- Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria eBook (upcoming)
- PLUS United States of America Constitution eBook (US Constitution eBook) – (upcoming)
This collection is a must-have affordable legal resource for law researchers, legal practitioners, business executives, companies, professionals, students, and all those interested in the historical and day-to-day development of Nigerian legislation. You can read them on your computer, mobile phone, Amazon Kindle, BlackBerry, iPhone, iPad, and other eReaders hand-held devices. The colossal importance of this unprecedented project is self-evident. If you would want us to inform you of the availability of these and other Nigerian law eBooks when published or how to buy and download them, please CLICK HERE TODAY to send us your email address through our Online Contact Form. Act now.
Nigerian Constitution eBook (e-Book)
Nigerian Constitution 1999 eBook (e-Book) With All Amendments And Annotation (Upcoming)
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Nigerian Constitution 1999, Sections 309 – 317: Transitional Provisions and Savings
309. Notwithstanding the provisions of Chapter III of this Constitution but subject to section 28 thereof, any person who became a citizen of Nigeria by birth, registration or naturalisation under the provisions of any other Constitution shall continue to be a citizen of Nigeria under this Constitution. >>> Continue reading
Upcoming Nigerian Law eBooks (Full-text Nigerian Federal Legislation Annotated)
Full-text Nigerian Laws (Federal Legislation)