FRANK KOFI FRIMPONG
V.
TYRON GARAGES

(2016) JELR 107838 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. RPC/474/2012 ·  28 Jan 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
SOPHIA ROSETTA BERNASKO ESSAH (MRS.)
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
defendant
vehicles
parties
dodge ram
cross examination
ernest baah
counter claim
defendant’s representative
exhibit a2
hyundai santefe
payment of gh
exhibit a3
amount plaintiff
complete payment
cost of gh
exhibit a
richard owusu alias agya owusu
said vehicles
additional evidence
chief receipt of the following amounts
defence defendant
defendant claims
following issues
following reliefs
full payment
general damages
given case
inclusion of repair costs
independent assessment
justice sophia rosetta bernasko essah
outstanding purchase price
part of the purchase price
plaintiff fail
plaintiffs claim
police officer
pre-trial
relevant documentary evidence
said amount
said cars
said cautioned statement
sale of vehicles
total cost of gh
total sum of gh
year hire
year of use

JUDGMENT   

On the 19th of December 2012 Plaintiff herein the CEO of Vision 2050 commenced the instant  action against the Defendant seeking the following reliefs: 

a) Recovery of Fifty Three Thousand Ghana cedis being the amount Plaintiff had paid for  the cars, 

b) General damages for breach of contract to sell the said cars to Plaintiff. 

Plaintiff alleges that between February and April 2010 he purchased 3 vehicles from Defendant a  company dealing in importation and sale of vehicles. The vehicles were a Hyundai Santefe, a  BMW (7 series) and a Dodge Ram at a total cost of GH¢110,000. That by February 2011 he had  paid GH¢53,000 to the Defendant. However on or about February 2011 Defendant with the help  of police retrieved the said vehicles from Plaintiff claiming the Plaintiff had not finished paying  for the cars even though the time for full payment for the cars had not lapsed.  

In their defence Defendant admitted that the said vehicles were purchased from them by the  Plaintif…

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