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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by BuddhaPalm(m): 11:44am On Apr 09
This suit was filed since 2014!
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Kinikini: 11:46am On Apr 09
Is it the Hackney permit or Road Worthiness certificate?.They are two different levies.

Over to the lawyers in the house.

uote author=HottieCoach post=100630583]

https://thenigerialawyer.com/delta-govt-lacks-power-to-issue-road-worthiness-certificate-and-demand-levy-thereon-court-of-appeal-rules/[/quote]

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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by olisaEze(m): 11:56am On Apr 09
Will this judgement work in Lagos? undecided
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Cujo007: 12:07pm On Apr 09
Actually, this is not a new law. It has always been there. It's just that one some times can get shot when standing up for your rights.
Businext:
smiley
OK this is just a court judgment and new law
But sadly in Nigeria the town is far from the gown
Judgments of courts are far from realities on ground.
Judges had given rulings with regards Fela, Nnamdi Kalu and Dasuki
They were not adhered to.
Judges have given rulings with regards Police, Army, Latsma, Road Safety
They were not adhered to.
Judges have given rulings with regards Dangote, BUA, and many businesses
They were not adhered to.

Could this be another judgment confined to the books?
Would it see light of day?
Would it be implemented?

#TimeWillTell
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Focusmind: 12:13pm On Apr 09
Judgment is not the problem in Nigeria but its enforcement. How do you explain this to an illiterate VIO Kazeem that stop you at Surulere, asking for certificate of roadworthiness and you show him court judgment, exempting private car owners from getting one. Will he listen to you.

Actually, this certificate of roadworthiness is supposed to be for public vehicles but the corruption in the Nigerian system will not allow them to focus on danfo but will rather choose to harass private car owners.

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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by kelechi50: 12:43pm On Apr 09
Abi ooo
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by 9icetoo(m): 1:21pm On Apr 09
The issue is not about road worthiness. The laws back that up. Vehicles bought brand new mist be subjected to road worthiness checks after two years from the date of first registration.
They are only exempt in the first two years.
Tokunbo vehicles or other vehicles are subject to road worthiness checks and certification.

This news is about hackney permit for private vehicles.

Private vehicles used for private purposes are not required to possess hackney permits. This is where the VIO and those touts get it wrong.

You see them stopping private buses and pickup trucks requesting for hackney permits which is not backed by the law.

A privately registered vehicle does not need hackney permit by law.
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by mansoor093(m): 1:26pm On Apr 09
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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by omonnakoda: 1:35pm On Apr 09
olisaEze:
Will this judgement work in Lagos? undecided
Why should it work in Lagos?
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by oluwatobi43301: 1:54pm On Apr 09
:I wish this could happen in Lagos. Those VIO and FRSC wahala too plenty. The judgment can be relied upon also in lasos unless otherwise appealed at the higher court
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Duplexxx: 2:27pm On Apr 09
shocked
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Gavel(m): 2:39pm On Apr 09
DubaiLandLord:
The law is suppose to be binding in all states now, abi no b so ni?

No, the court matter was regarding the Delta State Law.
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by knightphoenix: 4:05pm On Apr 09
DubaiLandLord:
This is good news for people with private cars o.
its not good news, rather its an eye opener.
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by rotile247: 4:55pm On Apr 09
DubaiLandLord:
The law is suppose to be binding in all states now, abi no b so ni?
It only applies to Delta state because Road worthiness for private vehicles is not in the state laws. Lagos already passed law to that effect.
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Richthekid: 4:59pm On Apr 09
Ok
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by emmyN(m): 5:09pm On Apr 09
LibertyRep:
Kudos to the lawyer who took the matter to court.

Maybe Nigeria would have been a better place if actions of law enforcement agents are challenged in court

That's not the problem. The problem is unnecessary litigation time. This suit was first filed in 2014. Count, 7 years.
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by COMPAQ(m): 5:37pm On Apr 09
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by ladychioma: 9:04pm On Apr 09
Is this law applicable to Anambrarians?
We have suffered so much in the hands of VIO in Anambra State
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by ospreywin(m): 9:26pm On Apr 09
Sha just know delta is not Lagos... When VIO book you for not having road worthiness paper in Lagos don't quote what happen in delta. Meanwhile, for your vehicle documents, tinted permit, spy number plates, customized number plates and dealer number plates... I still remain your trusted contact. OGA VD
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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Belleful: 11:14pm On Apr 09
Good one for private car owners. I also need a good lawyer to help fight the case of factory fitted tinted glasses. The Nigeria police have been a pain in d ass.
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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Nobody: 9:06am On Apr 12
The fact is that if you are a private car owner in Nigeria your are an endangered specie., especially if your car is not relatively new.
The police, frsc will look the other way as if they are afflicted with mengitis when an overloaded dilapidated smoky lorry or truck is coming just to collect #100, and without a whim stop a private car and start to conduct, what I don't know, and without cause, book you for inoperative inner light, not carrying toll rope, knife etc, whatever they fancy.
But the army are not same of been enemies of private car owner, because I have not been harassed by them.
But the Delta State judgement in respect to private cars owners not required to have such, does it apply to all Nigeria States?
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Nobody: 9:17am On Apr 12
Belleful:
Good one for private car owners. I also need a good lawyer to help fight the case of factory fitted tinted glasses. The Nigeria police have been a pain in d ass.
You don't require a paper to operate a car fitted with tinted thin paper or factory embedded, it has been abolished. If you want to fight it out in court.
First be ready to undergo some discomfort, when your car is impounded on a written statement from the police that your car is impounded for the sole reason of having a tinted car.
Secondly, ready to pay your case the case cost to a competent lawyer.
For you to get a competent lawyer ask him or her questions, for example how many court case/s has he or she won? if adjourned for whatever reasons? State your case to he or she which is to be pursued and ask him evidence to show that the police have wronged you, before going to court.
Most default many Nigerian have, is not knowing the need to have a personal lawyer, physician, accountants, even a high ranking police.
Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by otokx(m): 6:37am On Apr 16
Knowledge is indeed power.

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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by Taiwoolat: 1:31pm On Apr 18
DubaiLandLord:
This is good news for people with private cars o.

They don't know the meaning of roadworthiness certificate. So it is a wrong judgement to the core.

All vehicles whether cars or jeeps etc must be roadworthy before they can play the road. That is why all vehicles will be inspected before they can play the roads.

Delta courts are joking indeed.
It will be reappealed by VIO.
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Re: Private Car Owners Do Not Need Roadworthiness Issued By VIO - Appeal Court by rutlesblaze(m): 4:39pm On Jul 26
Businext:
smiley
OK this is just a court judgment and new law
But sadly in Nigeria the town is far from the gown
Judgments of courts are far from realities on ground.
Judges had given rulings with regards Fela, Nnamdi Kalu and Dasuki
They were not adhered to.
Judges have given rulings with regards Police, Army, Latsma, Road Safety
They were not adhered to.
Judges have given rulings with regards Dangote, BUA, and many businesses
They were not adhered to.

Could this be another judgment confined to the books?
Would it see light of day?
Would it be implemented?

#TimeWillTell



Can you link all this court rulings you mentioned? I need to find them

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