Section 43 of the Nigerian constitution 1999

Section 43 of the Nigerian constitution

Section 43 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to acquire and own immovable property. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 43 has three subsections.

Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, every citizen of Nigeria shall have the right to acquire
and own immovable property anywhere in Nigeria.

See also: Section 37 of the Nigerian constitution (Right to private and family life)

Credit: https://publicofficialsfinancialdisclosure.worldbank.org/sites/fdl/files/assets/law-library-files/Nigeria_Constitution_1999_en.pdf

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