COMFORT BREW ANTHONY
V.
JEAN ANTHONY

(2020) JELR 107597 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. GJ 1793/17 ·  5 Jun 2020 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HER LADYSHIP, JANE HARRIET AKWELEY QUAYE (MRS.)
Core Terms Beta
applicant
plaintiff
property
respondent
court
defendant
application
duplicate keys
access
affidavit
assertion
circumstances
exhibit
house
items
judgment
matrimonial house
opposition
order
possessions
wills act
1st may
appointed estate agent
appointed executrix
civil procedure
facts
half interest of property
high court
irresponsible manner
judgment of 15th may
late arthur lawrence anthony
lawyers of both parties
l jane harriet akweley quaye
lordship eric kyei baffor j.
lordship eric kyei baffour j
order of the court
osabu street
potential buyers
probate
prospective buyers
real estate agent
relevant information
representative of a testator
said items
said property
share of the estate of applicant
trial judge

R U L I N G 

By a judgment given on 1st May, 2019, by his Lordship Eric Kyei Baffor J., the Plaintiff/Applicant  was awarded half interest of property of her deceased husband, the late Arthur Lawrence Anthony in  consideration of Section 13(2) of the Wills Act 1971, Act 360. In this Application, the  Plaintiff/Applicant is asking the Court to compel the Defendant/Respondent, who is the executrix of  the will of the deceased, Arthur Lawrence Anthony, to give her duplicate keys to the said matrimonial  House No. 23, Osabu Street, Abelenkpe, to enable her retrieve her possessions and allow potential  buyers who contact her to access and inspect the said property.  

In their Affidavit in Opposition, the Defendant/Respondent/Executrix denied the assertion that the  Plaintiff/Applicant has been denied access to the property, and said by their Exhibit “SNMY3”, Plaintiff/Applicant was given relevant information by which to contact the appointed real estate agent  appointed by the executrix. D…

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