(2016) JELR 107801 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. BC 587/2014 ·  29 Feb 2016 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
william kwarteng
2nd plaintiff
mr. kwarteng
20th november
actual state of the vehicle
delivery of the vehicle
honda crv
case of the plaintiff
case of the plaintiffs
general damages
immovable state
mohmoud fawel
newer model
pictures of the vehicle
accident car
agreed model
breach of contract iv
breach of the said contract
defendant cohort
defendant import
duties of a seller
eco bank account of william kwarteng
evidence plaintiffs
good condition
honda crv 2-wheel drive
honda mechanic
interest mr. kwarteng
kwarteng’s account
moving vehicle
office hours
purchase of a vehicle
purchase price
refund of all monies
respect of pw2 bernard sankofi
said vehicle
senior officer of the bank
specific subject matter of the contract
subject matter of the suit
wife of the 1st plaintiff


Parties herein are workers of the banking sector. Plaintiffs are a couple  with the 2nd plaintiff being a wife of the 1st plaintiff who also works with the defendant at First capital plus bank. It is the case of the plaintiffs that  they contracted with the defendant for the purchase of a vehicle, but  when the vehicle was delivered, contrary to the normal function of every  vehicle, it was stationary and failed to perform its function of moving from  one place to the other, they therefore sued on 24th June 2014, claiming the  following reliefs: 

i. A declaration that the defendant had been fraudulent in his  dealings with the plaintiff 

ii. A declaration that the defendant has breached the agreement he  entered into with the plaintiff to import for them a used 4x4 car  which can be driven and accident free 

iii. General damages against the defendant for breach of contract iv. An order directed at the defendant to refund to the plaintiff the  cedi equivalent of $16,470 

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