(2018) JELR 107889 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: GJ/237/2016 ·  16 Mar 2018 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
2nd plaintiff
mr. asamoah
defendant company
1st plaintiff
hearing notice
tenancy agreement
witness statement
plaintiff’s counsel
statement of claim
defendant’s lawyer
initial agreement
part-payment of a new generator
plaintiff’s claim
plaintiff’s evidence
2nd defendant
absence of the party
basis of the evidence
breach of the tenancy agreement
case management
copy of the tenancy agreement
defendant counsel of record
evidence of the plaintiff
general damages
hotel business
joseph asamoah
lease of its mccarthy hill property
legal practitioners
managing director of the 1st plaintiff company
managing director of the defendant company
months of outstanding rent
numerous hearing notices
occupation of the plaintiff
order of this court
plaintiff’s witness
plaintiffs’ writ
present case
provision of hotel accommodation
total cost of household
trial dates
united states dollars
year agreement


i. Introduction: 

[1] The 2nd Plaintiff, Joseph Asamoah is the Managing Director of the 1st Plaintiff Company  which is engaged in the provision of hotel accommodation in the hospitality industry with branches  at McCarthy Hill and Dzorwulu in Accra. The Plaintiffs contend that they signed a tenancy  agreement with the Defendant Company for the lease of its McCarthy Hill property for an agreed  period of two years, an agreement the Plaintiffs contend the Defendant has breached. The issues  for my resolution in this case are: whether the Defendant owes the Plaintiffs rent and also whether the Plaintiff is entitled to recover from the Defendant the total cost of household damaged items.  In effect, whether the Plaintiffs are entitled to the reliefs endorsed on the Writ of Summons.  

[2] The Plaintiffs’ Writ of Summons issued on February 19, 2016 and the Statement of Claim  which was later amended was for the following reliefs: 

1. Recovery of the cash sum of GH¢63,925.00 being …

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