DEEPSEA DIVISION OF NATIONAL UNION OF SEAMEN AND OTHERS
V.
TRADES UNION CONGRESS OF GHANA AND OTHERS

(1980) JELR 63631 (HC)    
High Court  ·  4 Jul 1980 ·  Ghana
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Other Citations
[1982-83] GLR 941
CORAM
CECILIA KORANTENG-ADDOW J.
Core Terms Beta
m.d.u.
general secretary
plaintiffs
court
chief labour officer
orders
welfare board
board’s decision
general secretary of m.d.u.
interim orders
act of disobedience
dockworkers union
mr. tsikata
orders of the court
second plaintiff
specified time
acting general secretary of the t.u.c.
collective bargaining agreement
collective bargaining certificate
court’s orders
executive secretary
interim injunction
mr. agyemang
acts of disobedience
breach of these orders
chairman of the coastwise division of n.u.s.
coastwise divisions n.u.s.
contempt of court
court orders
executive officer of the ghana seamen employment
executives of n.u.s.
false account of the court proceedings
first plaintiff
fisheries division
general secretary of n.u.s.
general secretary of the t.u.c.
hearing of the case
industrial relations act
koranteng-addow j.
members of the said divisions
members of the said divisions of the national union
national union of seamen
present state of the affidavits
prohibitory orders
respective divisions
restoration of the collective bargaining certificate of n.u.s.
third plaintiff
welfare board instrument
welfare of dock workers
withdrawal of the variation of the collective bargaining certificate

KORANTENG-ADDOW J.: On 19 November 1979, my noble and learned brother, Amua-Sekyi J., granted an application by the plaintiffs herein, and made certain mandatory and prohibitory orders against the defendants; they were interim orders made pending the determination of the suit. The orders were as follows:

“IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Maritime and Dockworkers Union, its servants, agents or other persons whomsoever be and are hereby restrained from acting or holding itself out in any manner whatsoever as representing the National Union of Seamen (NUS) or any of the Deepseas, Coastwise and Fisheries Division thereof: IT IS HEREBY FURTHER ORDERED that the defendants be and are hereby ordered to restore forthwith to the plaintiffs upon trust for their respective divisions the collective bargaining certificate of the National Union of Seamen which the defendants withdrew on or about 3 June 1978 pending the hearing and determination of this suit; AND THAT the Maritime and Dockworkers Union d…

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