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  1. Do your due diligence before buying land or building a house. This includes checking with the government to make sure that the land is not on a water channel or in another area that is not zoned for residential use. You should also get a title search to make sure that the land is not owned by someone else.
  2. Go through the right channels to get the necessary permits and approvals. This includes getting a building permit from the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) and any other relevant agencies. You should also make sure that your contractor is licensed and insured.

By following these steps, you can help to ensure that your property is not demolished by the Lagos State Government.

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