Preliminary objection to appeal

On how to challenge decision of Court of Appeal dismissing a preliminary objection to the appeal before it

Kubor v. Dickson [2013] 4 NWLR (Pt. 1345) 534 at 564, paras. C-D, per Onnoghen, JSC:


“…the proper thing to do in law, is not to raise the same preliminary objection before this court but to appeal by way of cross appeal against the … finding/holding by that court as that is the only acceptable way to challenge any decision of a court of law or tribunal.”
 
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