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(2016) JELR 107655 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: GJ/89/2016 ·  19 Oct 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE KWEKU T. ACKAAH-BOAFO
Core Terms Beta
appellant
respondent
section
appeal
trial court
appellate court
rent act
lease agreement
learned trial magistrate
writ of summons
high court
conveyancing act
further grounds of appeal
notice of appeal
particulars of error of law
remedies of the sub-lessor
sub-lessor
view of the fact
above referenced letters
above stated presumption
alleged breaches of the covenant
common knowledge
complaint of counsel
court’s preference
date of payment
decision of the district magistrate
facts of this case
favour of the plaintiff
interlocutory ruling dated july
judgment of the district court
leave of the court
legal application
legal arguments
main grounds
n.r.c.d
position of the appellant
previous orders
provisions of section
receipt of the full record
subject matter of dispute
trial court’s decision
various covenants
verdict of the court
weight of the evidence
whole import
year notice of its intention


JUDGMENT 

______________________________________________ Introduction: 

[1] This is an appeal from the decision of the District Magistrate, Accra Central presided  over by His Worship, Worlanyoh Kotoku dated the 19th day of December, 2014 in which  judgment was entered in favour of the Plaintiff/Respondent (hereafter simply called the  “Respondent”). Being aggrieved and dissatisfied with the verdict of the Court, the  Defendant/Appellant (also to be referred to as “Appellant”) caused to be filed on its behalf an  appeal. In a Notice of Appeal filed with the leave of the court below on the 19th day of January, 2015 the Appellant has attacked the judgment of the District Court on four main grounds,  namely: 

a) That the judgment is against the weight of the evidence. 

b) That the Trial Court erred in law by inter alia ordering the Plaintiff to recover the  premises the subject matter of dispute pursuant to Section 6 (1) (d) of the Rent Act  1963 (Act 220) and to clause 4 (d) of the lease …

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