HOLY TRINIT MEDICAL CENTRE
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(2016) JELR 107682 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: AC/70/2015 ·  1 Nov 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWEKU T. ACKAAH- BOAFO
Core Terms Beta
defendant
plaintiff
evidence
agreement
healthcare services
defendant’s employees
medical bills
additional issues
issues
mr. adjei appah
witness statement
cross-examination
medical claims
supreme court
terms of the agreement
first week of the following month
outstanding amount
plaintiff’s evidence
1st october
a1
above exchange shows
above statement of the law
breach of contract
claim of the plaintiff
close of the pleadings
defendant make payment
given case
giving date
health services
internal control
legal principles
main witness
members of the defendant
monthly medical claim
mr. isaac adjei appah
mr. jacob plange-rhule
parties case
payment of the bills
plaintiff’s claim
plaintiff’s further evidence
statement of defence
terms of the statement of claim
trite learning
witness evidence

                                                                                       JUDGMENT 

Introduction

[1] Per a writ of summons sealed in this registry on June 25, 2015 the Plaintiff claimed against  the Defendant:-

a) Recovery of the sum of Eighty Nine Thousand, Six Hundred and Forty Six Ghana Cedis  and Three pesewas (GH¢89,646.03) being outstanding amount owed to the Plaintiff by  the Defendant for healthcare services rendered to its members. 

b) Interest on the amount in relief (1) at the prevailing commercial bank rate from 1st October, 2013 to the date of final payment. 

c) Damages for breach of Contract. 

d) Costs including litigation expenses. 

The claim of the Plaintiff was met with a statement of defence by the Defendant in which the  Plaintiff’s claim was vehemently denied.  

The Parties Case 

[2] The Plaintiff pleaded that sometime in January 2009 it had an agreement with the  Defendant to provide healthcare services to members of the Defendant’s company on credit bases…

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