Lagos State appeals judgement on LASTMA fines, towing of vehicles

The Lagos State Government on September 30, 2022, filed a Notice of Appeal containing four grounds of appeal against the judgment of Honourable Justice Olalekan Oresanya delivered on September 22, 2022, wherein the court held that LASTMA could not impose fines and tow vehicles without an order of court of competent jurisdiction.

The Lagos State Government reviewed the judgment and dissatisfied with same, has exercised its constitutional right of appeal by filing a Notice of Appeal on September 30, 2022. 

According to a statement signed by Hameed Oyenuga, Director of Civil Litigation, Lagos State Ministry of Justice, an application for a Stay of Execution of the judgment has also been filed.

“Consequently, members of the public are therefore advised to be law abiding and ensure compliance with all relevant Laws of the State,” the statement added.


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