PRINCIPLE OF CONTINUITY OF TRESPASS
TRESPASS CANNOT RIPEN TO TITLE TO LAND
WHEN RELIEF IS NOT SPECIFICALLY PLEADED
CUSTOMARY LAW – TRESPASS-LIMITATION OF ACTION
“Indeed it is trite law that a court may not grant a relief not specifically pleaded but may do so to meet the circumstances of the case more so where there is in evidence facts it can rely on to grant the relief”
Per Mary Ukaego Peter-Odili J.S.C.