(2016) JELR 107800 (HC)    
High Court  ·  BMISC 266/2014 ·  22 Mar 2016 ·  Ghana
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3rd defendant
1st defendant
2nd defendant
hohoe property
3rd plaintiffs
1st plaintiff
amount of 11,691.11usd
high court
house no. m148
john hammond
late cletus kwaku hammond
order of this court
proceeds of the sale
2nd plaintiffs
benedicta hammond
beneficiaries of the late cletus kwaku hammond
beneficiaries raise money
case counsel
case of the defendant
case of the plaintiff parties
children of the late cletus kwaku hammond
conduct of the defendants
death of their father
determination of this suit
equal shares
exclusive use
high court hohoe
late father
mrs. cecilia grey
mutual understanding
notice of change of solicitor
owner of the property
part of the madina property
plaintiffs claim
plaintiffs dr. joe attipoe of no.
return date of march 10th
statement of defence
subsequent return date hearing notice
view of the deplorable state of the hohoe property


The plaintiffs instituted this action on the 3/12/2013 with the following  reliefs 

a. A declaration that defendants do not have any authority to sell the  house No M148/1 Madina , Accra  

b. Perpetual injunction restraining the defendant from selling the house  No M148/1, Madina, Accra.  

The case of the plaintiff Parties are children of the late Cletus Kwaku Hammond who died intestate  on the 7/11/1975 the 1st plaintiff is the surviving administrator of the  estate of late Cletus Kwaku Hammond and beneficiary of same. 2nd and 3rd plaintiffs as well as the defendants are all beneficiaries of the estate of late  Cletus Kwaku Hammond.  

According to the plaintiffs the late Cletus Kwaku Hammond was survived by  the late wife Mrs. Violetta Adjo Hammond, Emmanuel Hammond, Desmond  Hammond, Clementine Kledo (Mrs.), Benedicta Hammond, John Hammond,  Veronica Hammond and Mrs. Cecilia Grey –Theriod. Plaintiff submitted that  following the death of their father the High Court, Ho on the …

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