DR MRS DOROTHY OSEI ASANTE
V.
COMMODORE BONSU OSEI ASANTE

(2016) JELR 107547 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. DM 0342/2016 ·  20 Dec 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JENNIFER A. TAGOE
Core Terms Beta
parties
respondent
consent judgment
deed of assignment
petitioner
weeks
order
party
respect
suit
terms
vacant plots of land
additional orders
amount
assignment
behalf of the brother of the petitioner
brother kwasi saarrah adu gyamfi
certificate of marriage no. gm
cost
customary law
favour of the petitioner
funds
joint names of the parties
justice jennifer a. tagoe
justice of the court of high court
kwasi saarrah adu gyamfi
legal fees
marriage
money
name
numbered properties
ordinance
plot of land
plots of vacant land
properties
property solution models
said kwasi saarrah adu-gyamfi
said plots of land petitioner
scheme
subsistence of the marriage
terms of settlement
uncompleted building
uncompleted house
workplace

CONSENT JUDGMENT 

The parties have filed terms of settlement. The terms were signed by both parties in  the presence of their respective Lawyers as follows: 

1. That the marriage celebrated between the Petitioner and Respondent under  customary law in Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region of the Republic of Ghana on the 27th July 1996 and subsequently under the ordinance on the 17th September 1998 at the Registrar General’s Department, Accra be dissolved.

2. That the parties be ordered to bear their own litigation expenses and legal fees  in this suit. 

3. That nine (9) numbered landed properties were obtained during the subsistence of the marriage by the parties. 

4. The Petitioner shall have two (2) of the said plots of land Petitioner bought through a scheme at her workplace in the joint names of the parties provided that the respondent shall execute a Deed of Assignment in favour of the Petitioner which Assignment shall be done within two weeks from the date of  the adoption of the terms…

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