BARLETEY PUPLAMPU
V.
ALLIANCE MOTORS GHANA LIMITED

(2016) JELR 107513 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. INDL/17/2015 ·  8 Jul 2016 ·  Ghana
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plaintiff
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defendant
dismissal
fair hearing
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employment contract
labour act
months’ salary
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wrongful dismissal
corporate clients
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final stages of sale
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common law
court of appeal
cross-examination
defendant’s case
defendant’s termination
discharge of the contract of employment
employment relationship
exhibits f
expression of the terminating party
following issues
further states
grounds of dereliction of duty
honorable court
light of the facts
observance of the rules of natural justice
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part of the employee
plaintiff claims
plaintiff’s probationary period
reasonable cause
required notice
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specific periods of notice
such specific requirements
terms of contract

JUDGEMENT 

By an amended Writ of Summons dated 1st December, 2014, the Plaintiff claims  against the Defendant the following reliefs: 

a. A declaration that the Defendant’s termination of the employment of the  Plaintiff with the Defendant on 8th August, 2014 was unlawful, unfair and  without any just cause. 

b. An order directed at the Defendant to compensate the Plaintiff in the sum of  GH₵192,000.00 being an average of twelve (12) months’ salary to enable the  Plaintiff stand on his feet whiles he looks for another job. 

c. An order directed at the Defendant to pay the Plaintiff the sum of  GH₵220,250.00 being commission on completed deals on twenty-four (24) units either sold or in the very final stages of sale as those deals were brought  in by the Plaintiff. 

d. An order directed at the Defendant to pay the Plaintiff the sum of  GH₵545,306.83 representing only 30% of potential earnings from the  foundation that the Plaintiff has laid down for the Defendant with individual  and corpor…

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