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There are legislative solutions that can get rid of some of the effects of forced execution, and obsolescence is one of them. Perimism is a… Read More »When the creditor’s passivity helps us get rid of the execution
Broadcasting and telecommunication has come a long way in Nigeria. Formally these services were considered social services in nature hence private companies were foreclosed from participation of any kind. This article will explore these procedures, conditions for grant, refusal, renewal and withdrawals of these licenses.