EMMANUEL AKUFFO
V.
NENE KPABITEY KWAO KPAKPATAKU II

(2016) JELR 107837 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. BC 3/2016 ·  18 May 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
SOPHIA ROSETTA BERNASKO ESSAH (MRS.)
Core Terms Beta
defendant
plaintiff
gh
land
interest
cost
name
purchase price
recovery of an amount
exhibit c
order
registration
adverse claim
application judgment
commencement of construction
court
date of final payment
defence defendant
deposition of the defendant
full price of the land
ghana cedis
installments of gh
instrument
judge’s certificate
land registry act
lands commission
lawful attorney
madam susan asiedu-mensah
necessary expense
owner of the land
parcel of land
plaintiffs case
price of gh
purchase price of the land
purpose
receipt of the said gh
refund of the purchase price
registration of an instrument
respect of the amount of gh
said amount
south eastern railway co
total cost
vacant possession of the land

J U D G M E N T 

Plaintiff herein a Ghanaian residing in UK commenced the instant action against  Defendant a Ghanaian resident in Ghana claiming the following reliefs: 

a. Recovery of an amount of Thirty six thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢36,000)  being the purchase price of the land which the Defendant agreed to refund. b. Interest on the purchase price at the prevailing commercial bank rate from  October 12th 2013 to date of final payment. 

c. Recovery of an amount of Two Thousand, One hundred and Fifty Ghana  Cedis GH¢2,150.00 being the cost incurred on documentation. 

d. Recovery of an amount of One Thousand, Seven Hundred and Forty Ghana Cedis (GH¢1,740.00) being the cost incurred as a result of demolishing the construction on the land.

e. Costs. 

It is Plaintiffs case that he intended to purchase land for building and was directed  to Defendant who represented to him that he had a parcel of land available for sale  at a price of GH¢36,000. 

Upon Plaintiff accepting to purchase it he paid …

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