AN ANALYSIS OF THE DECISION IN EDOKPOLO & CO LTD V SEM EDO-WIRE INDUSTRIES LTD. (1984) 7 S.C. 119 AND ITS IMPACT ON THE LAW RELATING TO PRE-INCORPORATION CONTRACT

Pre-Incorporation contracts put very simply refer to contracts purported to be made on behalf of a company before its incorporation. In Sparka Electrics Nig. Ranor v. Ponmile (1986) 2 NWLR (Pt. 23) 519 at 525, the Court stated that “Pre-incorporation contracts are contracts purported to be made usually by promoters on behalf of a company before it is incorporated.”

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