ATTAH BEMPAH
V.
DANIEL AGYAPONG

(2016) JELR 65378 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO..IRL/451/2009 ·  18 Mar 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HIS LORDSHIP ERIC KYEI BAFFOUR JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT
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Plaintiff in a writ issued on the 22/7/2009 sought the following reliefs:

a. Declaration of title to all that piece or parcel of land containing an area of 0.32 acres more or less lying being and situate at North Gbawe, Accra that is known and called Plots Nos 202 and 204 (Sector B) that is bounded on the north by Plot Nos 201 and 203 measuring on that side 140 feet more or less and on the east by plots 206 measuring on that side 100 feet more or less and on the south by a proposed road measuring on that side 110 feet more or less and on the south west and on the west by a proposed road measuring on that side 115 feet more or less which piece and parcel of land is delineated and marked with red on the site plan dated 31/07/96 attached to the indenture

b. A further declaration that the defendant’s action of erecting a building on the said land without the plaintiff’s permission or consent amounts to trespass on same.

c. Recovery of possession from the defendant of the portion of the said …

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