APPLICABILITY AND CHALLENGES OF THE DOCTRINE OF SEVERABILITY IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA

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Within the oil and gas industry, contracts are elaborate, covering diverse phases from exploration to production. The doctrine of severability emerges as a critical tool for salvaging enforceable components when confronted with legal issues. Its role as a risk mitigation mechanism prevents the wholesale nullification of contracts due to the invalidity of specific provisions.
This paper examines the doctrine of severability as a tool for protecting the arbitration clause from the illegality of the container contract.

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Mani Ojeah
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