(2018) JELR 107968 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO FAL/99/13 ·  16 Mar 2018 ·  Ghana
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favour of plaintiff
lessor’s land
approximate area
plaintiff’s family
site plan
28th may
danchira tawiah’s property
greater accra region of the republic of ghana
head of akweley dede
nii allotey’s property
opah village
parcel of land
witness statements
affidavit of proof of service
allodial owner of the land
appropriate site plan
authority of plaintiff
copy of the court
date set
defendant’s witness statement
enter judgment
exhibit b covering
expunged document
favour of kpakpo adotey
great grandfather
land registry
moses quaye
name of nii opah kpakpo
nii amartey of amarhtse we
order of interlocutory injunction
order of this court exhibit
plaintiff’s claim
s. a. brobbey
scheduled date
statement of defence
sufficient evidence
trial court


Plaintiff issued this Writ of Summons against Defendant for the following reliefs: 

1. Plaintiff claims against the Defendant a declaration that Plaintiff’s family is the allodial owner of the land hereinafter described in the schedule: All THAT PIECE OR PARCEL OF land situate lying and being at Opah Village  (near Amasaman) Ga West in Greater Accra Region of the Republic of Ghana containing an approximate area of 12.46 acres or 5.04 Hectares  more or less and bounded on the North by lessor’s land (DANCHIRA TAWIAH’S PROPERTY) measuring 357.3 and 346.8 feet more or less on the  East by proposed road measuring 174.4 and 536.0 feet more or less on  the South by lessor’s land (NII ALLOTEY’S PROPERTY) measuring 62.6,  267.4, 294.2 and 364.5 feet more or less on the West by lessor’s land (OBODAI LARYEA’S PROPERTY) measuring 609.8 feet more or less. 

2. Perpetual Injunction restraining Defendant, its agents, servants and assigns from interfering with the land. 

3. Damages for trespas…

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