The High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja Coram U.P Kekemeke J. on the 27th day of May,2021 awarded the sum of N24 million…
The firm successfully defended the All Progressive Congress (APC) at the supreme court of Nigeria against the challenge of its candidate for the Bayelsa Central…
The firm successfully defended the ECOWAS Commission before the ECOWAS Community Court in a contentious dispute involving the sum of an amount more than 6…
The firm successfully defended the ECOWAS Commission before the ECOWAS Community court in a 5.6 million dollar dispute brought against the commission before the ECOWAS…
Delivered on the 31st day of December 2018 The firm successfully defended First Bank of Nigeria Limited from a N200,000,000.00 (Two Hundred Million, Naira) Only…
Delivered on the 13th day of June, 2019. The firm successfully defended a corporation from unauthorized transactions from its account running into hundreds of Millions.…
Karina Tunyan ( SAN) & Company was founded in the year 1985 in Niger state before moving to its permanent location at number 28 Blantyre…
The Court of Appeal, Abuja Division on the 30th of April, 2020 re-affirmed the Constitutional right of the Area Councils in the Federal Capital territory Abuja to assess and demand tenements rates on privately owned houses for purposes of levying tenements rates within the Federal Capital Territory pursuant to their functions as enshrined in Section 7 and Paragraph 1(j) of the 4th Schedule to the Constitution and pursuant to the existing laws applicable to the Federal Capital territory.
The FCT High Court Coram: Valentine Ashi J (of blessed memory) had on the 12th day of April, 2018 nullified the bye-laws passed by the areas' council to regulate the enforcement of the tenement rates at the trial Court. However, in a unanimous decision in CA/A/536/2018 between Abuja Municipal Area Council v Plan Shelter Limited reversed the Judgment and reiterated the right of the Area Councils to levy and enforce the collecting of tenements rates. The Law Firm of Karina Tunyan & Company is pleased to have acted as counsel to the Abuja Municipal Area Council who convinced the court to set aside the judgment of the trial court. #amac #karinatunyan #staysafe
In line with International best practices and recommendations by WHO and NCDC for the containment of the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the Management of Karina Tunyan (SAN) & Company have deemed it necessary to implement such safety measures as follows;
- Non-essential staff are henceforth required to work from home in order to reduce the number of persons working in our offices across the country at any given time.
- All staff of our firm are henceforth prohibited from patronizing public transport. Taxis are recommended and funding will be provided for all official assignments requiring transportation fares.
- All staff are strongly encouraged to abide by the highest standard of hygiene as recommended by the authorities and to carry with them a personal bottle of hand sanitizers at all times.
- Unscheduled visits by clients, friends and family members are highly prohibited. Meetings are now only to be scheduled in cases of emergency and/or for extremely urgent reasons and are to be conducted in strict adherence to recommended guidelines.
We ask that our clients bear with us in these trying times as we continue to maintain the highest level of professionalism in the handling of all our briefs.
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We are happy to have represented Senator Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo and Chief David Lyon in a pre-election litigation from the Federal High Court all the way…
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