FRANK ODURO (PLAINTIFF/RESPONDENT/RESPONDENT)
V.
GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS GROUP LIMITED

(2015) JELR 63794 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  SUIT NO: H3/593/2015 ·  3 Nov 2015 ·  Ghana
CORAM
M. AGYEMANG (MRS) JA
Core Terms Beta
respondent
counsel
court
application
grant
appeal
applicant
judgment
learned trial judge
regard
exceptional circumstance
fruits of his success
high court
joseph v jebeile
matters
alleged breach of duty
appellate court
applicant amounts
applicant’s management service conditions
companies’ act act
consent of the applicant
consideration of the grant of a stay
contentious legal issues
due consideration of the merits of the respondent
ecclesiastical considerations
eighteen-paragraph affidavit
electrical works
execution of the judgment of the high court
eximguaranty company ghana ltd
grant of a stay of execution
instant application
inter alia
judgment of a court
position of general manager
present repeat application
product development
proper order
public affairs
recovery of the sum of ghc23,507.27
refusal of their prayer
respect of an application
successful appeal
success of the appeal
such legal issue
sum
terms of a similar application
terms of the said grant
trial
wrongful dismissal
years’ net salary

RULING

M. AGYEMANG (MRS) J.A.:-

This is a ruling in respect of an application to stay execution of the judgment of the High Court delivered on 11th June 2015. The application is supported by an eighteen-paragraph affidavit sworn to by counsel for the defendant/appellant/applicant (applicant) who deposed that he had the consent of the applicant to depose to matters within his knowledge and belief as counsel.

The application follows the grant upon terms of a similar application at the court below. The terms of the said grant were the following: that fifty percent of the sum due the respondent per the judgment be paid by the applicant to the respondent and that the remaining fifty percent be (paid into court and) invested in Government bonds.

Dissatisfied with this ruling which per the applicant amounts to a refusal of their prayer, the present repeat application has been brought.

The matters on which the application is grounded are the following:

The respondent was an employee of the applican…

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