ABOAGYE
V.
TETEVI AND OTHERS

(1976) JELR 63764 (HC)    
High Court  ·  22 Dec 1976 ·  Ghana
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Other Citations
[1976] 1 GLR 217
CORAM
EDUSEI J.
Core Terms Beta
section
director
applicant
member
application
counsel
powers of the directors
companies code
members
mr. lokko
officer
secretary of the company
shareholders
court
directors
first respondent
ground
irani brothers
provisions of section
reliefs
transfer of shares
anthony komla tetevi
arguments
board meeting
board of the company
details of contracts
directors of the homeset co.
disregard
employee of that body corporate
equal shares
full written report of the operations of the company
grounds mr. korsah
hayfron-benjamin j.
herman seshie of his shares
officers
opposing affidavit
oppressive conduct of directors
oppressive manner
order of the court
power
proper interests
purported transfer
registration of the shares
respondents
respondent’s counsel
said shares
sections
such director
supporting affidavit

JUDGMENT

EDUSEI J.

This is an application by Samuel Aboagye (hereinafter referred to as the applicant) invoking sections 217 and 218 of the Companies Code, 1963 (Act 179), for an order of the court: that (a) Anthony Komla Tetevi do submit to the board of the company a full written report of the operations of the company including details of contracts and accounts commencing from 1975; and (b) the purported transfer by Herman Seshie of his shares to Miss Florence Anku be declared null and void.

It is clear in the supporting affidavit that the applicant and the two respondents are all shareholders and directors of the Homeset Co., Ltd., and all three members have equal shares. The applicant is also the secretary of the company. The first respondent admits in his opposing affidavit that the applicant is a director and secretary of the company and that all three of them are shareholders. However, counsel for the first respondent has raised a preliminary point that the application be dismisse…

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