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TENANCY LAW IN NIGERIA from legal perspectives | #SackYourLandlord

In many tabloids that are released everyday, there is always a story of Landlord and Tenants fiasco featuring in at least Three of the tabloids. This shows that there is still a lot of work that should be done about Landlord and Tenant Relationship in Nigeria. The Tenancy Law in Nigeria was brought to solve some of these problems, but how well is it really faring? How many people understand how it really works? Do tenants even know what they are supposed to do in certain situations?

Debo Adejana, MD/CEO of Realty Point Limited is once again at the helm to explore this topic. He is not alone this time, he is with two seasoned lawyers, and they will all be looking at Tenancy Law in Nigeria from a Legal Perspective.

This topic features as the 20th episode of #SackYourLandlord with Debo Adejana on Rhythm 93.7FM network. You can tune in every Tuesday from 7:30PM to listen. You can also get to win prizes in the ‘QUESTION OF THE WEEK’ segment. Just send your answers to 08093930651 and wait for a prompt.

If you missed the last episode, here it is for your listening pleasure;

PLEASE CLICK BELOW TO LISTEN TO ALL THE SERIES OF TENANCY LAW IN NIGERIA

TENANCY LAW IN NIGERIA PART ONE

TENANCY LAW IN NIGERIA PART TWO

TENANCY LAW IN NIGERIA PART THREE

#SackYourLandlord with Debo Adejana is powered by Realty Point Limited – a real estate development company with landed properties in various areas of Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja. For more information, you can contact them at info@realtypointltd.com or call 08093930651.

2 comments

  1. Hello
    God bless you for this publication,. I have a case like this now, my land lord gave me a quit notice six months to expiration of my rentage d the funny thing is that, i entered the house may 20th, and by 1st novevember 2016 he gave me the said quit notice. Is it right or justifiable after the struggle and payments of agents and lawyer fee. Please i need your advice.
    HARRY.

  2. Thank you for this insight I hope to receive mail from you as I drop my email address because I have questions concerning landlord/tenant issue thanks.

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