CITY WASTE RECYCLING LIMITED
V.
GRACE BENNETT

(2015) JELR 107522 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT No. BC334/2014 ·  30 Nov 2015 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
defendant
evidence
3rd january
burden of persuasion
tenancy agreement
sufficient evidence
commercial purposes
late seth micah bonnie
mind of the tribunal of fact
obligation of a party
plaintiff’s claim
purposes of this decree
reasonable doubt
waste materials
administratrix of the estate of seth micah bonnie
agents of the defendant
bedroom house
civil cases
company premises
defendant’s case
electronic waste
fridge rebate programme
limited liability company
mrs maame ahema ackah-yensu
notice of the hearing date
plaintiff’s case
plaintiff’s site
plaintiff’s staffs
prior notice
relevant provisions of the evidence act
renewal of the tenancy
rent amount
rent of ghs275
residential accommodation
restoration of its ecg meter of the plaintiff
subject of the tenancy agreement
witness statements

JUDGMENT 

Plaintiff is a waste recycling Company registered under the Laws of Ghana as a  Limited liability company. Plaintiff averred that on the 2nd day of September 2009,  it rented two bedroom house, No. 14 Densu street, New Ashongman, Accra from  the late Seth Micah Bonnie which was renewable. After the demise of the late  Seth Micah Bonnie, the Defendant wrote to plaintiffs indicating that she was the  Administratrix of the Estate of Seth Micah Bonnie. By virtue of the tenancy  agreement plaintiff will notify the Landlord three clear months before the end of  the tenancy whether the tenancy be renewed at a mutually agreeable term and  rent amount. Plaintiff averred that recently it has taken an international project  from the United Nations in conjunction with the government of Ghana; a scheme that is equally supported by the Energy Commission, Environmental Protection  Agency and the U.N.D.P. and formally called “Fridge Rebate Programme”. Plaintiff  averred that fridges of citi…

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