Land Use Act
Gbadamosi seeks repeal of Land Use Act
A real estate developer, Mr Babatunde Gbadamosi, has called for the repeal of Land Use Act to allow for freehold ownership system in all states across the federation.
‘Nigeria losing foreign investment to delayed Land Use Act review’
The continued delay in reviewing the land use Act had caused Nigeria to lose trillions of naira in foreign direct investments, according to Sir Rowland Abonta, Nigerian Institution...
Experts seek national policy on land use
Environmental experts have called for a national framework and policy for land use in Nigeria.
Ranching and the limits of insensitivity
An understandable outrage has followed the Presidency’s latest outlandish remark over the activities of killer herdsmen. In one of the most discomforting shows of the insensitivity...
Why Land Use Act needs to be reformed, by experts
Forty years after it was promulgated to ease access to land and boost housing provision in the country, the clamor for a review of the Land Use Act (alternatively known as Decree 6, of 1978) is yet to abate, as experts last week reiterated its call for a speedy.....
Environmental rights activists canvass amendment of Land Use Act
The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN) yesterday sought the amendment of the Land Use Act.
Land and national development - Part 2
It is vital to note that even as we grapple with our huge housing deficit, the development of a virile mortgage sector is essential to addressing the deficit.
Title: Critical issues in Nigerian Property Law
Property law has a complexity and an arcane quality to it because it is rooted in man’s impulses, from the dawn of civilization, to acquire, retain and regulate the control of his possessions in society.