(2017) JELR 108634 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. LD/0101/2015 ·  28 Apr 2017 ·  Ghana
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2nd defendant
1st defendant
victor ahorlu
land title certificate no. ga
lands commission
klanaa quarter of la
plot no.
government of ghana
building permit
cement blocks
construction work
declaration of title
first defendant
ghanaian times newspaper
kwaku donkor
land title registry
police station
quiet enjoyment
water tank
above described land certificate
albert opoku
brute force
city of accra
dated 17th december
date of this letter
destruction of property
development of the land
future conduct of the case
greater accra region of the republic of ghana
narration of his acquisition of the land
nathan addo alias harmattan
parcel of land
plaintiff’s claim
plaintiff’s plot no.
respect of the land
said accra avenue
substantial damage
wooden structure


The reliefs sought by the Plaintiff are: 

“i. A declaration of title to all that piece or parcel of land known as Plot No. 690 and containing an approximate area of 0.67 acres situate in the East  Legon Residential Area in the city of Accra in the Greater Accra Region of the Republic of Ghana lying to the North of Accra Avenue and to the  South of Kinshasha avenue and bounded on the North by an unnamed road  on the East by Plot No. 691 on the South by the said Accra Avenue and  on the West by Plot No. 689. 

ii. Recovery of possession 

iii. General Damages 

iv. Perpetual Injunction” 

First Defendant entered appearance and field a defence and counterclaim.  There is no indication that 2nd Defendant was serve with the writ. 

At the directions stage the issues set down by Plaintiff were: 

“i. Whether or not Plaintiff’s Plot No. 690 and later identified as Plot No. 183. 

ii. Whether or not Plaintiff had a caretaker, materials and had planted economic trees on the land. 

iii. Whether or not…

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