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Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria: An Encyclopaedic Guide

The Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria: An Encyclopaedic Guide is an upcoming eBook and book by Leesi Ebenezer Mitee, author of Laws of Rivers State of Nigeria: An Encyclopaedic Guide. Like the Laws of Rivers State of Nigeria: An Encyclopaedic Guide, it promises to be the most comprehensive published resource on the Bayelsa statute book. Watch out for release of the Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria: An Encyclopaedic Guide.

Some of the Chapters in the Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria 2006 are as follows:

Administration of Estates Law 1988 No.18 (Chapter A1), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law relating to the Administration of the Estate of Deceased Persons and for other purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 21 May 1988

Administrator-General Law 1962 No. 4 (Chapter A2), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to provide for the appointment, functions and liability of an Administrator-General of Bayelsa State.

  • Commencement: 1 August 1962

Adoption Law 1965 No. 12 (Chapter A3), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to make provision for the adoption of children and for other purposes connected therewith.

Laws of Rivers State of Nigeria: An Encyclopaedic Guide eBook by Leesi Ebenezer Mitee

Commencement: 20 May 1965

Adulteration of Produce Law 1963 No. 5 (Chapter A4), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to prohibit the adulteration of produce and for other purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 8 November 1917

Age of Customary Marriage Law 1956 (Chapter A5), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to make void marriages between persons either of whom is under the age of sixteen and for purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 1 July 1956

Agency for Adult and Non-Formal Education Law 1991 No. 1 (Chapter A6), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to make provision for the establishment of an Agency for Adult and Non-Formal Education in the State and for other purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 23 October 1991

Agricultural Development Programme Law 1988 No. 1 (Chapter A7), Laws Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to establish the Agricultural Development Programme for the purpose of developing agriculture in the State and for other purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 7 June 1998

Agriculture Law 1956 (Chapter A8), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to make provision for regulating the planting and growing of agricultural crops, for the control of plant diseases and pests and for other purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 1 April 1956

Anatomy Law 1933 (Chapter A9), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to regulate schools of anatomy and for other purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 30 March 1963

Applicable Laws (Miscellaneous Provisions) Law 1988 No. 10 (Chapter A10), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to make provision in relation to the application within the State of the common law and the doctrines of equity and to make inapplicable certain Imperial Acts.

  • Commencement: 21 May 1988 

Apportionment Law 1988 No. 11 (Chapter A11), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law for the better apportionment of annuities, dividends, pensions, rents, salaries and other periodical payments.

  • Commencement: 21 May 1988 

Auctioneers Law 1917 (Chapter A12), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to provide for the licensing of auctioneers and to regulate sales by auction and for other purposes connected therewith.

  • Commencement: 21 May 1917

Audit Law 1956 (Chapter A13), Laws of Bayelsa State of Nigeria

A Law to provide for the Appointment, Tenure of Office, Salary, Functions of the Auditor-General and for purposes incidental to or connected with his powers.

  • Commencement: 1 October 1979

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