Access Home Builders Tussle in Court

Judge adjourned the case until April 10, in order to give time to review the desired amendments

A judge at the Federal High Court’s Sixth Civil Bench will decide on April 10, 2014, whether Access Real Estate (ARE) should amend its statement of defence to the charge filed against it by Gabby Investment Plc.

Gabby, a grade one contractor, is suing ARE, demanding 72.9 million Br in damages for unpaid work and business costs, along with interest, on September 13, 2013.

Gabby claims ARE had agreed to a 174.4 million Br contract to build five blocks of seven-storey apartment buildings on a plots Click Here to Read More

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