G.N. NWAOLISAH V PASCHAL NWABUFOH

SUBJECT-MATTER – CONTRACT

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE – Appeal; need to seek leave where necessary

WORDS AND PHRASES – Meaning of ‘in pari delicto’ 

SALES OF GOODS – What constitutes frustration in mercantile contracts

A contract is not frustrated merely because its execution becomes more difficult or more expensive than either party originally anticipated and has to be carried out in a manner not envisaged at the time of its negotiation.

Per Adekeye J.S.C

Click here to view case

Advertisements