CHEMITECH LTD
V.
STANBIC BANK GH LTD

(2017) JELR 69823 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. OCC/58/2015 ·  28 Feb 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
ERIC K. BAFFOUR ESQ. JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
comma oil
plaintiffs
case
duty of care
stanbic bank
loss of business
plaintiffs’ principals
presentation of the cheque
statement of claim
code of conduct
following cases
managing director
payment of compensatory damages
supreme court
case management stage
case of sarkodie v boateng ii
cause of action
core pillars of defendant
cosmetic projections of the banks
customer needs
defendant profess
distinct legal person
following issues
issuance of a bank draft
liability fails
loss of reputation of plaintiffs
loss of the 60-day credit arrangement
matter of law
needed authorization
payment of general damages
plaintiff defendant
plaintiff pay
recent times
relationship of agency
safo v sackey
said breach
said duty
standard bank’s name
tennessee states civil codes
whiles defendant

Some of the core pillars of defendant as per its code of conduct are, inter alia, determining customer needs responsibly, providing excellent products, services and solutions, combating bad and or inappropriate services, being fair to customers and to its shareholders the obligation to protect Standard Bank’s name and reputation. There is much more at stake in this case than a demand for compensation. As the very core beliefs that defendant profess is at stake. Whiles defendant seeks to protect its name, reputation and create wealth and prosperity for its shareholders, plaintiff posit that defendant had not been fair to him and that if good name, reputation and in recent times cosmetic projections of the banks under the guise of corporate social responsibility is befitting for defendant to survive in the highly competitive banking industry, then it is equally entitled to such good reputation as what is good for the goose, after all, is equally good for the gander. As to whether defend…

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