FBN BANK
V.
EMMANUEL GODSEN ACHEAMPONG

(2018) JELR 107659 (HC)    
High Court  ·  KWEKU T. ACKAAH-BOAFO ·  16 Apr 2018 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWEKU T. ACKAAH-BOAFO
Core Terms Beta
application
court
1st defendant
2nd defendant
property
applicant
instant application
judgment creditor
paragraph affidavit
reserve price
fair market value of gh
land size
summary judgment
1st defendant’s allegation
1st defendant’s motion
attached properties
attachment of the properties of the defendants
case of the 1st defendant
case of the applicant
central region
civil appeal
civil suit
classic example
commercial building
deliberate attempt
facts of this case
favour of the plaintiff
high court
judgment debt
judgment debtors
legal means
liabilities of the defendants
mortgage in
own valuation report
particular application
present case
registrar of this court
respect of the properties
rules of court
use of the legal process
valuation report of the plaintiff

                                                                        RULING

RULING ON 1ST DEFENDANT’S MOTION FOR AN ORDER DIRECTED  AT THE 2ND DEFENDANT FOR ACCESS FOR VALUATION OF  MORTGAGED PROPERTY 

_____________________________________________________________________________ Background: 

[1] The facts of this case are free from complexity. It recalls that on the 8th day of July, 2016  summary judgment was entered in favour of the Plaintiff for the reliefs endorsed on the Writ of  Summons filed on August 18th, 2015. The Plaintiff/Judgment Creditor as part of the execution  process applied for the attachment of the properties of the Defendants/Judgment Debtors. The  Registrar of this Court subsequently levied execution against the Defendants’ immovable  properties situate at Gomoa Nyanyano near Kasoa in the Central Region and a valuation was  conducted in respect of the properties following which a report was issued. Based on the valuation  report, the Plaintiff/Applicant filed an a…

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