Nigeria Courts of Appeals and Legal Divisions


Court of Appeal and Divisions

Court Complex, Auchi Road, Aduwawa Benin City, Edo State Nigeria
052 201 041

The Federal Court of Appeal treat matters that relates to the federal and state government such as election petitions and more where it has the final appellate jurisdiction.


CourtHouse, Independence Layout, Enugu State Nigeria
042 453 898, 042 459 999

The Federal Court of Appeal is the intermediate appellate court in the Nigeria federation court system, as well as decided appeals from other designated federal courts and administrative agencies.


P.M.B. 2728, Kano Road, near Challenge Bookshop, Jos, Plateau, Nigeria
073 453 734

The Federal Court of Appeal is established as a court for the entire federation of Nigeria and serve as an intermediate between other courts in the country and the Supreme court which is the apex court.


Kawo Road, Kaduna State, Nigeria
062 213 717

The Federal Court of Appeal is given both original and appellate jurisdictions under the Constitution to attend to the matters of the state and federal government.


Opposite Tafawa Balewa Square, Race Course, Okesuna Street, Lagos Island, Nigeria
01 260 0491

The Federal Court of Appeal has its judicial division located in Lagos Island which the head of the court called the President and services the state in matters that relates the state and federal government.


Three Arms Zone, FCT, Nigeria
09 234 6643, 09 234 6645

Federal Court of Appeal entertains appeals from the lower courts and also treats election petition matters, thereby strengthening the rule of Law and engendering an egalitarian society where no one is above the Law.


Three Arms Zone, Abuja, FCT Nigeria
09 234 6643, 09 234 6645

Federal Court Of Appeal has its headquarter situated in Abuja and is duly constituted by at least three Justices of the Court, and has the power and responsibility to amend the judgments of the High Court, in civil matters.


Federal High Court, Igbakoro Road, Alabaka, Ondo State Nigeria

Federal Court of Appeal has its Akure division located in Alabaka and aims to promote the administration of justice in the country.


Government House Road, Cross River State, Nigeria
087 232 607, 087 232 649

The Federal Court of Appeal functions as a exclusive appellate jurisdiction to hear and determine appeals from all federal courts and sate courts established by the constitution.


Federal High Court, Opposite Fajuyi Park, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

Federal Court of Appeal is the highest court in Nigeria after the supreme court, and has its division in Ado-Ekiti where it addresses the matters of the state and also the federal government.


Iyaganku Quarters, G.R.A. 749, Oyo State, Nigeria
02 231 8411, 02 231 5668, 02 231 8412

Federal Court of Appeal ha its Ibadan state division located in Iyaganku Quarters GRA and it is also an appellate tribunal between the Supreme Court of Nigeria and other tribunals.


Along Geri Alimi Road, Kwara State, Nigeria
031 223 160

The Federal Court of Appeal is coordinated by the head of the court referred to as the president and acts as the clearing house for judicial appeals from both the state and federal government.


Atoshi Close, Off Ibrahim Kashim Road, Old G.R.A., Makurdi, Benue State Nigeria

Federal Court of Appeal has the original jurisdiction, to the exclusion of any other Court in Nigeria, to hear and determine any question as relates to the state and federal matters.


Okigwe Road, Imo State, Nigeria

Federal Court of Appeal acts as the clearing house for judicial appeals from the state and the Federal Capital Territory over appeals arising from election petitions and more.


13, Moscow Road, Rivers State, Nigeria
084 232 131

Federal Court of Appeal was established as an intermediate court between the between the Supreme court of Nigeria and other courts.


Sultan Bello Road, Sokoto State, Nigeria

Federal Court of Appeal has the authority as regards to the amendment and otherwise of the judgments of the high court, in civil matters.


Justice Buba Ardo Road, Jimeta, Adamawa State Nigeria

Federal Court of Appeal has the power to receive further evidence on questions of fact, either by oral examination in Court, by affidavit, or by deposition for trial or hearing of any cause.