HAJIA SAKINA
V.
KWAKU YEBOAH AND OTHERS

(2011) JELR 69555 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  H1/01/2011 ·  25 Feb 2011 ·  Ghana
CORAM
MARIAMA OWUSU J.A. [PRESIDING], F.G. KORBIEH J.A., I.C. DANQUAH J.A.
Core Terms Beta
respondent
counsel
kwasi mensah
appellants
late kwasi mensah
weight of evidence
cocoa farm
common boundary
justice of appeal
properties of the late kofi badu
trial court
cross examination
district court
good terms
grounds of appeal
life time of the late kofi badu
plaintiff’s case
respondent’s case
said land
sefwi stool land
testamentary capacity
appellants’ evidence
ayimakrom stool land
basis of the respondent
behalf of the adonten family of nsoatre
big farm land
case of praka vs. ketewa
critical examination of the evidence
demise of kwasi mensah
exceptions of kwan vs. nyieni
executor of the will of the late kwasi mensah
fact of pw1
family properties of the late kofi badu
farm land
farms of the late kofi badu
farms of yaw abina
following issues
justice f.g. korbieh j. a.
justice mariama owusu
kwasi effah
land shares
late op kwasi mensah
mariama owusu j.a
paragraph statement of claim
police station
portion of the cross examination of the respondent
principle of law
simple reason
strength of his own case
trial judge’s observation

MARIAMA OWUSU J.A

The plaintiff/respondent who would be referred to in this appeal as the respondent in her amended writ of summons claims the following reliefs for herself and on behalf of the Adonten Family of Nsoatre;

1. Declaration of title, recovery and possession of all that piece and parcel of farmland with cocoa trees cultivated thereon; lying, situate and being at Domeabra near Anyimakrom on the Ayimakrom stool land and which said land shares common boundary with the farms of Yaw Abina [Abena Sima, deceased], Kwasi Effah and the late Kwasi Mensah [deceased].

2. An order of perpetual injunction, restraining the defendants, their agents, servants, assigns, privies from dealing and interfering with the farmland described in relief [1] supra.

3. An order of accounts.

In her 9 paragraph statement of claim, the plaintiff avers that the late Op Kwasi Mensah was her uncle who took over the properties of the late Kofi Badu. The plaintiff says the properties of the late Kofi Badu included o…

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