BERNARD MENSAH-QUARM
V.
GHANA REVENUE AUTHORITY

(2018) JELR 69525 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  CIVIL APPEAL NO: H1/110/2018 ·  1 Nov 2018 ·  Ghana
CORAM
P. K. GYAESAYOR JA (PRESIDING), E. K. AYEBI JA, TANKO AMADU JA
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
defendant
trial judge
weight of evidence
appeal
half monthly salary
entry of judgment
new conditions of service
simple contract
half salary
notice of appeal
payment of half monthly salary
contract of employment
grounds of appeal
learned trial judge
conditions of service of staff
cross-appeal
particulars of error
plaintiff’s case
plaintiff’s claim
rules of court
view of the fact
contention of the defendant
employment of the defendant
plaintiff’s employer
prosecution of the criminal case
trial court
bureau of national investigations
case of the plaintiff
court proceedings
criminal charge
defendant’s grounds
determination of the case
evidence of the parties
financial division of a high court
full salary
grounds of his contention
hearing of the case
human resource officer of the erstwhile ceps
malicious prosecution
orders of trial court
payment of the half salary
plaintiff damages
plaintiff rose
plaintiff’s entitlements
predecessor of the defendant
preliminary issue
preventive service
wrongful termination of the plaintiff

JUDGMENT

AYEBI, JA

1. This is an appeal and cross-appeal against the judgment and a ruling of the Human Right, Divorce, Labour and Financial Division of a High Court, Accra. The judgment was delivered on 28th April 2017 while the ruling was delivered on 5th July 2017.

2. Reliefs sought by plaintiff at the Trial Court

By his amended writ of summons, the plaintiff/appellant/respondent (hereinafter referred to as plaintiff), claimed against the defendant/respondent/appellant (hereinafter referred to as defendant), the following reliefs:

(i) An order against the defendant to restore the plaintiff to the employment of the defendant.

(ii) A further order requiring the defendant to pay all the plaintiff’s entitlements including his full salary from August 1998 to date.

(iii) Interest on relief (ii) above

(iv) General damages for wrongful termination of the plaintiff’s half salary since in or around June 2005.

(v) Further or in the alternative an order compelling the defendant to pay to the plaintiff …

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