How to Apply for Fresh Lease in Nigeria

 Apply for Fresh Lease in Nigeria By Yourself

  • For an application in person for Fresh Lease in person, the applicant must go to in the Office of Port Manager at the Nigerian Ports Authority.
  • The contact information and address of the Port office are listed in the next contact page

  • Visit the office and get an application form to apply for a Fresh Lease from the relevant department.
  • Check to see if you are armed with all the documents required included on the “Required Documents” section of this page.
  • Complete the application form in the manner needed with all the information required and then sign it with your signature.
  • After that, you must attach the documents needed to the form. Then, forward this form to the Manager in the Office to verify the information and processing of the application.
  • Be sure to pay the necessary fees to apply at the address as instructed by the official.
  • Following submission, the application and the accompanying documents are examined and confirmed.
  • When all procedures after which you will receive a call via email or phone to pick up the lease agreement.

Documents Required For Apply for Fresh Lease

  • The proof of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission
  • Completion of C.O.2 along with C.O.7 form obtained from Corporate Affairs Commission
  • Documentation of a license to operate
  • Certificate of Tax Clearance (past three years)
  • Relevant operational licenses and permits to be listed
  • Proposed development plan and proof
  • Financial capability evidence

Office Locations and Contacts

Corporate Head Office,Nigerian Ports Authority,
26/28 Marina, Lagos.
P.M.B 12588 Lagos
Tel: +234 01463 7496, +234 01463 7497, +234 01463 7498
Website homepage
Contact link
Port Offices contact information

What are all the Eligibility

Any shipping agency or agent operating in Nigeria that wishes to get a new lease of land with the Nigerian Ports Authority, can apply.


Contact the official for fee details.

Processing Time

It takes six weeks for the lease to be granted.


  • It is essential that the completed form contain all the necessary information correctly and be properly filled out so that it can be approved from the Authority.
  • It is important to include all documents required according to the requirements of the authority in order to prevent rejections.

The Information You Need

  • Name of the business
  • Country of origin
  • The name of the ship
  • Name of the registry port
  • Number and number of the official number. number
  • International Maritime Organization number and class
  • Full address of the company premises
  • The number of Shareholders and the nationality of the Shareholders.
  • Exporter registration Number
  • The company’s e-mail address is operational or for business.
  • Estimated date of arrival and departure of Vessel
  • Port of call
  • Cargo Tonnage
  • Cargo type

Need to have the Document

Any shipping agent or company located in Nigeria who wants to acquire a specific amount of land for lease within Nigeria’s ports, must register it with the Nigerian ports, should be registered with Nigerian Ports Authority. Nigerian Ports Authority,




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