Published in Federal Republic of Nigeria Official Gazette on 16 June 2006
Assented to on 14 June 2006
Commenced on 14 June 2006
[Up to date as at 16 June 2006]
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COURT AS A SUPERIOR COURT OF RECORD; AND FOR RELATED MATTERS
Part I – THE CONSTITUTION OF THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COURT
1. Establishment of the National Industrial Court.
(1)There is established a court to be known as the National Industrial Court (in this Act referred to as "the Court").(2)The Court shall consist of-(a)the President of the Court who shall have overall control and supervision of the administration of the Court; and(b)not less than twelve Judges.Provided that in appointing Judges for the court, one-third of the Judges so appointed shall satisfy the requirements of the provisions of subsection (4) (b) of section 2 of this Act.(3)The Court shall-(a)be a superior court of record; and(b)except as may be otherwise provided …
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