1. Whether the Court of Appeal was right in introducing Yoruba Customary Law into the case and relying thereon in coming to its decision in the case.
2. Whether the Defendant-Appellant was obliged to call Raji Babatunde Animashaun to testify for him and whether any adverse presumption arose against the Defendant-Appellant under Section 149 (d) of the Evidence Act, Cap 112 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 1990, in that he did not call Raji Babatunde Animashaun to testify for him.
3. Whether the Defendant-Appellant needed to call Barrister Henry Afolabi Lardner to testify as for whom he prepared Exhibit `S’.
4. Whether there was evidence that the Badaru Animashaun family consented to the lease granted to the Defendant-Appellant.
5. Whether the Court of Appeal was not wrong in holding that the findings of the trial Court were perverse and on embarking on its own review of the evidence led at the trial.
6. Whether the Court of Appeal was not wrong in its appraisal and evaluation of the evidence led before the trial Court and whether its findings thereon are wrong.
7. Whether the issue of delay in seeking to set aside the lease granted to the Defendant-Appellant by the Badaru Animashaun family was properly raised or considered by the Court of Appeal.
8. Whether the Plaintiffs-Respondents pleaded fraud in their Statement of Claim as prescribed by law.