LORD HUNNOUR BOBOBEE
V.
DAVID ATTA EDUDJAN

(2017) JELR 65754 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. E1/01/2006 ·  7 Mar 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
ALEXANDER OSEI TUTU J.
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
defendant
nungua traditional council
court
grantor
allocation letter
davies afotey alavanyo
plaintiff’s grantor
possession of the land
supreme court
defendant’s grantor
issues
case of the plaintiff
disputed land
benin jsc
plot of land
claim of the plaintiff
defendant’s acquisition
defendant’s case
evidence act
financial loss
kama health services ltd. v
material times
plot no. b87
regularization of the disputed land
result of plaintiff
secretary of the nungua stool
bonafide property of the defendant
civil appeal no. j4/15/2015
copy of the receipt
court finds
credible evidence of a fact
cross examination
declaration of title
defendant of his peaceful enjoyment of the land
emmanuel mensah alias osa
first hand evidence
government of ghana
own witness
part of the tema traditional corporation
plaintiff’s counsel
portion of plaintiff
quality of the evidence
recovery of possession of plaintiff
relations of a party
said date
said structure
state of the land
such minor issues
sufficient proof of any matter

JUDGEMENT

This suit commenced on October 4, 2005. The claim of the plaintiff in this court is for:

A Declaration of title to the plot of land known and called Plot No. B87, Community 17, Lashibi and as described in paragraph 17 of the Statement of Claim.

An Order of ejectment and recovery of possession of Plaintiff’s said plot of land encroached upon by Defendant without lawful authority and or consent by Plaintiff.

Perpetual Injunction restraining the Defendant by himself, his assigns, workmen, agents, servants and privies from dealing with any portion of Plaintiff’s said plot of land.

Damages for trespass.

On his part, the Defendant also counterclaimed for:

A Declaration that Plot No. B 87/C 17 situate at Tema is the bonafide property of the Defendant.

Perpetual Injunction restraining the Plaintiff, his workers and servants from disturbing the Defendant of his peaceful enjoyment of the land.

Damages for trespass and wrongful arrest of his workers.

The issues adopted by the Court on April 1, 2…

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