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WHY WE ENFORCED JUDGMENT ON LAGOS LAND – STL TRUSTEES
STL Trustees has explained that the July 24 and 25, 2018 execution of the judgement on the property measuring 200.184 hectares situated at Awoyaya Area, along the Lekki-Epe Expressway, Ibeju-Lekki Local Government Area of Lagos State was in compliance with the judgments of the courts obtained in Suit Nos. LD/1911/04 and LD/420LMW/2015.
STL through its solicitors, the Law firm of Messrs. Udah, Bala, James & Partner, had one month prior to the commencement of the execution of the court order on the property given notices to the trespassers to vacate the property, whilst also giving an opportunity to those who had unfortunately purchased from some fraudulent indigenes to enter into negotiations with its solicitors for ratification and regularization of their purchase.
This notice period, a statement on Wednesday said, regrettably elapsed without STL or its solicitors receiving any offers for regularization from any of the illegal occupants further to which it commenced execution on the said property.
Giving historical insight to the property, STL noted: “By virtue of a Certificate of Occupancy issued by Lagos State Government on 30th December, 2002, the state vested the ownership of the property in EIB Trustees Limited (Now STL Trustees).”