ANGELA NEEQUAYE (MRS)
V.
UNIVERSAL MOTORS LIMITED.

(2019) JELR 65474 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: GJ/159/2015 ·  26 Jul 2019 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HIS LORDSHIP JUSTICE KWEKU T. ACKAAH-BOAFO
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
engine
evidence
defendant’s workshop
mr. neequaye
defendant company
res ipsa loquitur
burden of proof
emmanuel adjei
respectful opinion
cross-examination
circumstances of the case
civil cases
evidence act
instant case
starting problem
10th june
british columbia
case of the plaintiff
following services
mind of the tribunal of fact
mrs. neequaye
plaintiff’s lawful attorney
q.b.d
above discursive exchange
above stated principle
case of domfe v adu
clear case
copy of the power of attorney
defendant’s negligence
defendant’s shop
determination of a case
further repairs
given case
initial estimates of works
legal principle
mr. oko neequaye
mr. robinson okoe neequaye
mrs. angela neequaye
new vw touareg vehicle
opinion of this court
plaintiff’s consent
policy of the law
purchase of parts
respectful view counsel
said amount of gh
service advisor
united states district court judges

JUDGMENT

i. Introduction/Overview:

[1] The Plaintiff, Mrs. Angela Neequaye, purchased a brand new VW Touareg vehicle from the Defendant Company in 2011 at the price of $68,000.00. According to Mrs. Neequaye the vehicle was in a very good condition since it was regularly maintained at the Defendant’s shop. It is the case of the Plaintiff that on or about 10th June 2015, her husband, Robinson Oko Neequaye on her instruction took the vehicle to the Defendant’s workshop in Accra for its regular servicing and a check on a rattling noise in the exhaust. The Plaintiff contends that when the husband went back to collect the vehicle he was informed that the vehicle could not be started and as a result the engine had to be dropped. The Plaintiff contends that the Defendant made a demand of Twenty Three Thousand, Three Hundred and Twenty One Ghana Cedis (GH₵23,321) and Twelve Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH₵12,000) was paid for the purchase of parts to fix the engine. According to the Plaintiff the said …

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