Title: Practice Precedents on Liquidated Monetary Claims
Author: Mike Mgbeahuru
Publishers: Elyon Quest Frontiers Ltd, 
Nigeria covers common issues in litigation and dispute resolution laws and regulations. Liquidated claims arise from a transaction which the parties have carried through completely except for the payment of the price or amount which has already been agreed on or ascertained. It is made for an amount that has been agreed on by the parties or a claim which can be precisely determined by operation of law or by the terms and conditions of the agreement made by the parties Practice Precedents on Liquidated Monetary Claims.
The most common examples of a liquidated demand are simple contract debts – claims under contract for the price of goods sold and delivered, for services rendered, for rent, on bills and promissory notes, and for amounts due under bonds or deeds. The content of this book is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. It is a sought for. Contracts and Insurance lawyers will benefit maximally from this book.
Bonus: “Includes 13 most effective defence options proven to counter summary judgement and undefended list proceedings”–Cover.
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