DANIEL ASHIE KOTEI AND ANOTHER
V.
NII AMARKAI III

(2017) JELR 69916 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: GJ 597/2017 ·  13 Jun 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
ERIC K. BAFFOUR ESQ. JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT
Core Terms Beta
applicants
application
defendant
asere mantse’s palace
official residence of the asere mantse
anunsa clottey street
final determination of the suit
irreparable damage
kaneshie accra
asere mantse palace
asere mantse’s official residence
consent of the head of the djorshie family
further declaration
interlocutory injunction
official residence status
akotia oworsika faction consisting of agbon
anunsah clottey street kaneshie
applicants claim
applicants defendant
civil procedure
concurrence of the head of the nikoi olai stool
consent of the djorshie
consent of the faction of the applicants
consent of the head of djorshie
corpse of nii owula kpakpa blofonyo
defendant’s faction
defendant’s oworsika faction
duty of the applicant
ease of appreciation of the application
following cases
funeral rites
grant of an injunction
high court
interim preservation of the subject of litigation
interlocutory order
late nii owula kpakpa blofonyo
litany of the alleged misconduct
nt clerk committee’s report
order of interlocutory injunction
others
outdoor chiefs
owusu v owusu ansah
particular perpetual injunction
particular situation
property of nikoi olai stool of djorshie
registry of the court
relief of interlocutory injunction
subject matter
supreme court
unilateral conduct

Plaintiff/Applicants by this application seeks for an order of interlocutory injunction to restrain the Defendant/Respondent and/or agents and assigns from trespassing or interfering with the Asere Mantse’s palace at Anunsah Clottey Street Kaneshie or the laying in state of Nii Owula Kpapka Blofonyo II in the Asere Mantse’s official residence or to restrain defendant from conducting the funeral of of any other person or the doing of any act in the Asere Mantse’s palace to defeat the official residence status until the final determination of the suit.

For ease of appreciation of the application it would be useful to restate the reliefs that Plaintiffs seek in the writ issued at the Registry of the court:

a. A declaration that the Asere Mantse’s palace situate lying and being at Anunsa Clottey Street, Kaneshie Accra is the official residence of the Asere Mantse and the Defendant has not had the consent of the Djorshie We of Asere and can therefore not lay the late Nii Owula Kpakpa Blofony…

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