The primary law governing the regulation of banks in nigeria is the banks and other financial institutions act bofia 1991 as amended which together with the central bank of nigeria act 2007 gives the cbn powers to supervise and regulate banks and other financial institutions in nigeriathe cbn is the apex of the regulatory and supervisory framework for the nigerian banking industry. Prefaced by a table of statutes and cases this detailed study is divided into five parts the laws of banking in nigeria are fully expounded and organised within the five main themes. Banker and customer introduction to banking law in nigeria banker and customer the banker customer relationship securities for advances securities special incidents in modern banking banking malpractices electronic banking negotiable instruments promissory notes bankers draft cheques bills of exchange conversion . List of nigerian laws and regulations on banking arefull text can be found on the site http wwwtomalegalretrieveorgmoney laundering act. The law of nigeria consists of courts offences and various types of laws nigeria has its own constitution which was established on 29 may 1999 the constitution of nigeria is the supreme law of the country there are four distinct legal systems in nigeria which include english law common law customary law and sharia lawenglish law in nigeria is derived from the colonial nigeria while
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