Such an omission is sometimes termed a casus improvisus. Though the N. Main article: History of equity Origins of the common law[ edit ] After the Norman Conquest of England in the 11th century, royal justice came to be administered in three central courts: the Court of King's Benchthe Court of Common Pleasand the Exchequer.
Sections set out the various ways in ensuring that this purpose is fulfilled without violating the fundamental rights of the citizens which are set out in Chapter 4 of the Constitution. If a plaintiff requests damages in the form of money or certain other forms of relief, such as the return of a specific item of property, the remedy is considered legal, and a jury is available as the fact-finder.
NAFDAC is saddled with the responsibility of ensuring drug safety and compliance with approved specifications and quality and regulating the importation, exportation, and manufacture of drugs. A court is bound by the decisions of any court above it in the hierarchy and usually by a court of co-ordinate or equivalent jurisdiction.
These laws are considered an unwritten law of England and cannot be withheld in the court of law. Today three states still have separate courts for law and equity; the most notable is Delawarewhose Court of Chancery is where most cases involving Delaware corporations are decided.
Ethnic Customary law is unwritten, uncertain and difficult to ascertain. In addition the Supreme Court may exercise original disciplinary jurisdiction over a legal practitioner who appears to the Court to have been guilty of infamous conduct in any professional respect with regard to any matter of which a court of record in Nigeria is seized.
Nigeria is made up of several ethnic groups each with its own variety of customary law. S as Common law. Sources of Law Relating to Research Ethics in Nigeria The legal basis for research ethics in Nigeria as with all other area of laws is created either through legislation which are called statutory law or by opinions written by judges in court cases which is called case law.