DANIEL OSEI-OWUSU & ANOTHER
V.
ESTHER E. OSEI-OWUSU

(2017) JELR 107466 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. BFA 91/2011 ·  29 May 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE DORIS BEMPONG JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT
Core Terms Beta
accra
parties
1st street
defendant
new achimota
order
administrators
daniel osei owusu
esther osei owusu
house no.
assets of the estate
bank account
house no. b
months
personal effects
7.the parties
barclays bank ghana limited
beneficiaries of estate
beneficiaries of the estate
consent judgment
date of distribution of the estate
distribution of the estate
economic rent
equal shares
eviction of the remnant tenant
ghana comercial bank
grounds of house no. b200
high court
kingsley osei owusu
monetary terms
monetary value of the buildings
order of perpetual injunction
plaintiff’s claim
present action
refund of rent
said kingsley osei owusu
spouse
subject matter
surviving parents
value of the asset

JUDGMENT 

WHEREAS: 

1. The High Court, Accra on 19th August, 2009 granted Letters of Administration  in respect of the Estate of Col. Emmanuel Kwesi Osei Owusu, late of Accra  who died intestate on 22nd July, 2006 to: 

i. Esther Osei Owusu 

ii. Daniel Osei Owusu 

iii. Kingsley Osei Owusu 

2. The administrators were unable to agree on the distribution of the estate. 3. This present action was instituted by Daniel Osei Owusu and Kingsley Osei  Owusu as Plaintiff’s against Esther Osei Owusu as Defendant for the reliefs  set out below: 

The Plaintiff’s Claim is for: 

a. An Order for the Estate to be distributed in accordance with Law.

b. An Order that the Defendant pay economic rent for her occupation  of House No. B200, 1ST Street, New Achimota, Accra from August  2009 to the date of distribution of the Estate. 

c. An Order of Perpetual Injunction to restrain the Defendant, her  agents, assigns from developing and or constructing a building on  the grounds of House No. B200, 1ST Street, New Achim…

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