DANIEL ELIAS WILLAIM JOSEPH
V.
OKOMFO ANOKYE AMOAMPONG STOOL

(2011) JELR 69934 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  CIVIL APPEAL NO.HI/54/2011 ·  29 Jul 2011 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE MARIAMA OWUSU JA [PRESIDING], JUSTICE FRANCIS G KORBIEH JA, JUSTICE IRENE C DANQUAH JA
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
counsel
golden stool
william joseph
learned trial judge
sub-lease
supreme court
chief kojo ampaw
colonial government
high court
manager of the property
ruling of the high court
subject matter
favour of the plaintiff
final determination of the suit
government property
registrar of the high court
title no.230
trial court
trial judge
ashanti stool lands act
brief history of the land
case of manu vrs nsiah
case of owusu vrs owusu ansah
cases of k bram-larbi vrs
colonial authority ie
defendant’s case
defendants counsel
effect of the supreme court
exercise of its discretion
facts of the instant case
forms part of the said part
grant of the sub-lease
grounds of fraud
interlocutory appeal
irene c danquah ja
leases tenancy agreements
legal right
order of interlocutory injunction
order of the honorable court
plaintiff’s father elias william joseph
respect of hse
submissions of counsel
view of the solid case
william joseph aouad

IRENE C DANQUAH JA

This is an interlocutory appeal against the ruling of the High Court, Kumasi dated 28th April 2010. In the said ruling, the High Court refused the application filed by the Plaintiff/Appellant for an order of interlocutory injunction to restrain the 1st Defendant whether by himself, servants’ workmen and/or agent and all those claiming through him from collecting the rent in respect of Hse/N OTB 105, Adum, Kumasi. The application further sought for an order appointing the Registrar of the High Court, Kumasi as Receiver/Manager of the property in dispute or permitting him to continue to act in that capacity until the final determination of the suit.

For a better appreciation of this appeal, we find it pertinent to give a brief history of the land in dispute.

In 1902, the Colonial Government promulgated a law known as the Administration (Ashanti) Ordinance of 1902 (Cap.110) 1951 Rev. By this law all lands, premises and buildings occupied as government property became vest…

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