EDWARD OSWALD MOSES
V.
EUNICE NANA NYARKOA TSIBU MOSES

(2016) JELR 107550 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: DM 5/2015 ·  24 Feb 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HAFISATA AMALEBOBA
Core Terms Beta
petitioner
respondent
parties
marriage
court
reconciliation
counsel
23rd february
evidence
facts
israel oswald ephraim moses
judgment
order
others
petition
terms of settlement
allegations of adultery
alleged mistreatment
c.a
consent judgment
court grant
dutch citizen
dutch law
emotional trauma
evidence of the petitioner
fact
half of the maintenance bills of the child
issue of the marriage
legal fees
license number sl0291080
lump sum compensation
marriage certificate
marriage ordinance
matrimonial cause
minor child of the marriage
notice of petition
office of the principal registrar of marriages
respondent praying
result of the unreasonable behaviour of the respondent
settlement
sole custody
such maintenance
television producer
visitation rights
williams partey

JUDGMENT: 

The Petitioner and Respondent were married at the Office of the Principal Registrar of Marriages, Accra, under the Marriage Ordinance 1884 – 1985  (Cap 127), on 13th May 2013. The Marriage which was celebrated under license Number SL0291080, was evidenced by a Marriage Certificate  Number RGM 1258/2013. 

The husband – Petitioner issued this Petition against his wife, the  Respondent praying for the following reliefs; 

i. That the marriage in fact celebrated between the parties be  dissolved.

ii. That the Respondent be granted custody of the child of the  marriage (Israel Oswald Ephraim Moses) with the Petitioner being  given visitation rights, and rights for the child to spend school  holidays with the Petitioner. 

iii. That the Respondent be ordered to make to the Petitioner such maintenance pending suit and thereafter such periodic payments  as may be just. 

iv. That the Respondent be ordered to pay to the Petitioner such  amounts as may be just as settlement. 

The Petitioner al…

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