DEESA PENROSE AND EBUSUAPANYIN KOFI DOODU
V.
NII NUERTEY AKPO I

(2010) JELR 63628 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. L.324/2001 ·  18 Oct 2010 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HIS LORDSHIP JUSTICE P. BRIGHT MENSAH
Core Terms Beta
defendant
court
case
defendant’s people
ancient documents
supreme court
issues
declaration of title
matter of law
available evidence
evidence act
instant action
material evidence
order of the court
original plaintiff
common learning
general rule
risk of sounding
seduase lands
subject matter
acceptable evidence
beginning of obosumase stool land
burden of proof
capacity of a party
celebration of the plaintiff
claims of the plaintiff
defendant’s predecessors licence
documents of purchases
end of asona family property
end of the said obosumase stool lands
established facts
evidence of nana osae amantem
existence of some state of facts
following issues
hand of the chief justice
keelson v mensah
long period
nana kwaku bosompra
parcel of land
parcel of land being
plaintiff claims
records of the lands commission
registration of seduase lands
said accra-dodowa motor road
settled rule of law
such evidence
thrust of the case of the plaintiff
title of the case
various receipts

This case was transferred to this court by the hand of the Chief Justice when it was partly-heard before Abadah J.

Pursuant to an order of the court granted on 19/11/2001, the Plaintiff claims against the defendant as per his Amended Writ of Summons, the following reliefs:

1. A declaration of title to all that piece or parcel of land lying and situate at Adamorobe and described in the schedule to the endorsement below (including Seduase lands).

2. An order declaring that the statutory declaration made by the defendant claiming ownership of Seduase is null and void.

3. An order that any sale, grant or alienation or purported sale, grant and alienation and or registration of Seduase lands by the defendant is null and void and same be set aside and expunged from the records of the Lands Commission or any other public office.

4. An order of perpetual injunction restraining the defendant, his servants, agents, assigns and other persons tracing interest from the defendant, from interfering with …

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