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AO2LAW is a world-class law firm established to help clients achieve success through practical and innovative legal solutions. We think proactively thereby efficiently managing present and future business challenges. Through practical and innovative legal solutions we help our clients thrive in their business; delivering dependable services across our practices and in all matters we undertake.

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We provide legal services in defined practice areas to Clients in varying sectors. We set out our currently available practice areas and the sectors in which we have considerable experiences

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We are convinced that we can be of service to you in ways and manners that may currently be inconceivable to you. A meeting with us will surely help address this. Accordingly, we request that you reach out to us, even as are not relenting in winning your business.

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A REVIEW OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION’S PROPOSED RULES ON THE ISSUANCE AND ALLOTMENT OF DEBT SECURITIES BY PRIVATE COMPANIES

Under previous Nigerian law, only public companies, statutory bodies, and banks could publicly offer or trade securities, while private companies were restricted. The 2023 Business Facilitation Act amended section 67(1) of the Investments and Securities Act, allowing private companies to issue securities publicly. The Securities and Exchange Commission has now issued draft rules for this new regulation. This article highlights key changes these rules introduce.

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LESSONS LEARNT FROM NIGERIA’S FIRST COURT-ORDERED ADMINISTRATION: THE MOORHOUSE COMPANY LIMITED – PT 1

This publication discusses the process of Administration from a practical perspective, highlighting the lessons learned from The Moorhouse Administration, and will serve as a guidance note to insolvency practitioners, insolvent corporate entities, creditors, and the general public on the suitability of Administration proceedings as an insolvency option in Nigeria.

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ASSESSING THE SHIFT IN PAYMENT STRUCTURES IN NIGERIA’S REAL ESTATE SECTOR: BENEFITS, CHALLENGES, AND IMPLICATIONS

During his book launch in February 2024, the former Minister of Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola, advocated for the adoption of monthly rental charge in the Nigerian Real Estate Industry. His argument was premised on the ground that yearly rental payment in a country like Nigeria can be overwhelming for the low-income earners and suggested that other states should be inspired by the Tenancy Law of Lagos State 2011, which criminalizes the collection of rent over one year in advance from any tenant .

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