CHARLES BRENI
V.
FREDERICA BLEGE

(2016) JELR 107529 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. BDMC 194/2014 ·  28 Apr 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
CECILIA DON-CHEBE AGBEVEY J.
Core Terms Beta
petitioner
respondent
court
marriage
parties
6th day of november
evidence
terms of settlement
chief
differences
ghana cedis
only issue of the marriage
party
petition
reasonable access
reconciliation
respect of the ancillary reliefs
room
16th day of april
20th day of january
28th day of may
access
answer
certificate number rgm2314
child
custody of prince kweku breni
custody of the child of the marriage
custody of the only issue of the marriage
frederica blege
future life
granting of the petition
issue
lump sum of gh
lump sum payment
marriage ordinance
matters
office of the principal registrar of marriage
own cost of legal fees
rate of gh
respective families
result of the unreasonable behaviour of the respondent
said marriage
school fees
son
third year of marriage
totality of the evidence
weeks

J U D G M E N T 

Charles Breni (hereinafter called the Petitioner and Frederica Blege (hereinafter called the Respondent) were married under the Marriage Ordinance  (Cap 127) (1951 Rev.) on the 6th day of November, 2007 at the Office of the Principal Registrar of Marriage, Accra. 

This petition was filed on the 20th day of January, 2014 and the Petitioner is claiming that as a result of the unreasonable behaviour of the Respondent he can  no longer live with her as husband and wife and prayed for the following reliefs: 

i. That the said marriage celebrated between the parties dated the 6th day  of November, 2007 be dissolved. 

ii. That custody of the child of the marriage be given to the Respondent  with reasonable access to the petitioner. 

iii. That each party bears his or her own cost of legal fees incidental to this  suit.

The Respondent in her Answer filed on the 28th day of May, 2015 denied that  the marriage has broken down beyond reconciliation. 

She cross-petitioned as follows: 

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