BENJAMIN DUFFUOR
V.
BANK OF GHANA

(2017) JELR 107515 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT No. INDL 61/13 ·  27 Feb 2017 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
accommodation
licence agreement
block f
license agreement
mesne profit
7th march
dismissal of plaintiff
ejectment of plaintiff
exhibit
general damages
plaintiff’s petition
sufficient evidence
burden of proof
civil cases
civil matters
date plaintiff
defendant bank
mind of the tribunal of fact
odametey v
plaintiff’s claim
police report
provisions of the senior staff rules
purposes of this decree
bank of ghana housing loan
conduct of the defendant bank
court finds
employ of defendant
evidence act
ex employee of defendant
exhibit c
exhibit c shows
following issues
following sanctions
plaintiff’s case
relevant issues
relevant provisions
supreme court
valid subsisting license agreement

JUDGMENT 

Plaintiff is an ex employee of Defendant, the latter being a banking institution. Plaintiff whilst in the employ of Defendant lived in accommodation provided by  the latter. Defendant requested Plaintiff severally to vacate the said  accommodation to enable redevelopment. Plaintiff failed and or refused to  vacate the accommodation in spite of an alternative accommodation provided  him by Defendant. His ground of refusal was that, the accommodation he  occupied was governed by a valid subsisting license agreement, the terms of which defendant must comply with. Failing to vacate the accommodation,  Defendant queried him to which he gave a response. Defendant did not find the response acceptable thus applied the following sanctions: that Plaintiff would  forfeit his annual bonus, his promotion would be frozen for one year and he  would lose his annual salary increment for 2014. 

Plaintiff contended that, the sanctions imposed on him by Defendant were contrary to the provisions…

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