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STATE FISHING CORPORATION AND OTHERS

(1980) JELR 63825 (HC)    
High Court  ·  25 May 1980 ·  Ghana
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Other Citations
[1980] GLR 887
CORAM
ANSAH-TWUM J.
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plaintiff
second defendant
cold store
defendants
first defendant-corporation
plaintiff’s cold store
evidence
state fishing corporation
first defendant
ashanti goldfields corporation
red snappers
empty crates
fourth defendants
crates of fish
search warrant
probable cause
fresh fish
false information
crates of fresh fish
fish dealers
first prosecution witness
plaintiff claims
reasonable ground
retired deputy superintendent of police
security officer
tortious acts
chief superintendent of police
consignments of fresh fish
defendants damages
e. k. k. akrasi
first consignment
items of goods
letter exhibit b
managing director of the defendant-corporation
m view
plaintiff buys
plaintiff’s agent
railway police
reasonable prices
regional manager
said store
second consignment
seized fish
standing order of fresh fish
statement of claim
supply of fish
third prosecution witness
types of fish
unlawful arrest
wrongful seizure of the said fish

ANSAH-TWUM J.: By his amended writ of summons and statement of claim, the plaintiff claims against the defendants herein, jointly and severally, the sum of ¢47,115 being the cost of 117 crates of fish and empty crates wrongfully seized from the plaintiff’s cold store at Takoradi by the first defendant-corporation per her agents or servants, the second, third and fourth defendants. The plaintiff, in addition, claims against the defendants damages for wrongful seizure of the said fish and for the disgrace, inconvenience and the ignominy brought upon. him. The plaintiff claims further, interest at the rate of eighteen and half per centum on the sum of ¢47,115 as from 26 October 1978 up to the date of final judgment.

The evidence before this court is that the plaintiff, a retired deputy superintendent of police, owns the African Grocery and Cold Store at Takoradi. The plaintiff buys and sells all types of fish. He used at times to obtain his supply of fish from the first defendant-corporat…

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