JOSEPHINE AKITA
V.
MRS. SALMA FRANCES MANCELL-EGALA THE ATTORNEY GENERALN AND KIZITO BEYUO

(2010) JELR 65697 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  CIVIL APPEAL NO. H3/340/2010 ·  13 May 2010 ·  Ghana
CORAM
ASARE KORANG J.A. (PRESIDING), KUSI-APPIAH J.A., AYEBI J.A.
Core Terms Beta
tema high court
mr. r.s. blay
kizito beyuo esquire
mr. kizito beyuo
brief facts of the case
tema suit
counsel
sale of mancell girls school
plaintiff
high court
way of reply
respect of the subject matter
legal profession
following reliefs
suit no. hrc
solicitor mr. kizito beyuo
following cases
evidence act
applicant
order
josephine asiefu
set of facts
individual cheques
professional conduct
human rights division
subject-matter
defendants
sub-rule
learned counsel
others
application
josephine akita
issue of confidential communication
confidential communication
way
then attorney-general
course of the proceedings
respondent
mr. akuffo
plaintiffs
court
sale of mancell girls vocation institute
client
tema court
rules
action

JUDGMENT

KUSI-APPIAH, J.A.: This is an application by the applicant herein seeking an order to disqualify Kizito Beyuo Esquire, as counsel for the plaintiff/appellant herein under Section 5 (10) of Legal Profession (Professional Conduct and Etiquette) Rules, 1969 L.I. 613.

The brief facts of the case as can be gathered from the processes/ pleadings are as follows:

On or about 29 April 2008, the plaintiff/appellant in this case with others numbering six, commenced an action against numbering six, commenced an action against the applicant and the other defendants in Tema High Court for the following reliefs:

“(i) An order for perpetual injunction restraining the 1st and 2nd defendants, their agents, servants, assigns, etc. from in any way whatsoever preventing the issuance of five (5) separate and individual cheques to plaintiffs and 1st defendant.

(ii) An order compelling the 2nd defendant to issue five (5) separate and equal cheques to the plaintiffs and the 1st defendant instead of issui…

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