(2016) JELR 107517 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT No. IL/00027/2015 ·  1 Mar 2016 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
national executive council
management committee
disciplinary action
exhibit bo2
national chairman
3rd september
working committee
british broadcasting corporation
court finds
delegates conference
deputy general secretary
enough evidence
exhibit bo1
general secretary
interim measure
interlocutory injunction
national union
11th april
activities of mr. bernard owusu
aside applicant
bost union
civil cases
civil procedure
context of disciplinary action
copy of the complaint
decision of the national executive council
disciplinary issue
divisional unions
division of respondent
following issues
high court
interest of the union
laws of ghana
legal action
member of the national executive council
national executive council of respondent
national level of respondent
order of this honourable court
said management committee
subject matter of exhibit bo2
supreme authority of the national union


Applicant sought by motion on notice interlocutory injunction restraining  Respondent from setting aside Applicant from office pursuant to Order 25 rule 1  of High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules 2004 (CI 47). The affidavit in support  indicates that Applicant is the Chairman of the unionised staff of Bulk Oil Storage  and Transportation Company Limited otherwise known as BOST. He was elected  to the office on 5th March 2013 for a four year term. The BOST union is affiliated  to or a division of Respondent and for that matter governed by Respondent’s  constitution adopted 14th March 2012 and attached as exhibit BO1. Pursuant to article 10 clause b thereof, the National Executive Council of Respondent is  composed of inter alia one representative from each division with a total  membership of not less than 2 and not more than 300. Applicant averred that by  virtue of his position as Chairman of BOST unionised staff he was nominated as  the representative on the National Executi…

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