The Legal Regime of Bankruptcy and Winding up Proceedings as a Tool for Debt Recovery in Nigeria: An Appraisal
(a) The Companies and Allied Matters Act Cap C20, Law of the Federation, 2004.
(b) The Federal High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules 2011.
(c) Cap B 2, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004
(d) Company Winding Rules 2001
(e) Cap B1 Bankruptcy Rules, Laws of the Federation 2004
(f) The Constitution of Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 as amended.
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