The attached operations checklist by the Corporate Affairs Commission elaborately provides for the use of names, names that are registrable and non registrable names, prohibited names, names requiring consent of the Registrar General, companies that require approval in principle from CBN and other governmental authorities before they are registered, share capital requirements for certain specific … Continue reading Corporate Affairs Commission Operations Checklists (draft) March 2020
Ehis Osagiede Amanda Uzoagba If you have been around for a while, and you have paid attention to the Nigerian entertainment space, you will notice that the stickiest issue has been that of ‘structure’ so-called, what is this structure all about? In my opinion, the call for structure simply bothers on issues of a call … Continue reading A Case for an Entertainment sector Code of Corporate Governance.
Music contracts, artiste and record label relationship in Nigeria has experienced one altercation or the other, revolving around contracts, unfair work practices and non-performance or omission to perform certain obligations, either on the artiste side, or the Record label side. The Nigeria music scene is yet faced with another fuss. On the spotlight once more … Continue reading MUSIC RECORDING CONTRACTS IN NIGERIA; CYNTHIA MORGAN, MR MAY D, KISS DANIEL & MANY MORE.
What is a single status certificate? A single status certificate is in form of an affidavit that will usually state the name, address, age, date of birth, citizenship, occupation, that the person is single and has never gone through a marriage ceremony before; or that his former spouse is dead; or that he is divorced … Continue reading ATTESTATION OF MARITAL STATUS IN NIGERIA.
Music Licensing and its Attendant Controversies in Nigeria. Music, like most artistic, literary and creative works, is an intellectual property (IP), that needs to be protected and all its attendant economic benefits exploited by the creatives. Music creators (song writers, producers, composers) are entitled to royalties as proceeds for use of their musical works or sound … Continue reading Music Licensing and its Attendant Controversies in Nigeria.