MABEL GRAHAM-SMITH
V.
DELALI WOLENTETU

(2018) JELR 107991 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. LD/0527/2017 ·  1 Jun 2018 ·  Ghana
CORAM
REBECCA N. S. SITTIE (MRS)
Core Terms Beta
defendant
plaintiff
property
house
ghana cedis
bedroom semi
exhibit b
letter
date of judgment
documents
favour of plaintiff
judgment
order
year tenancy agreement
17th november
1st august
30th day of november
30th november
absence of any evidence
chief
copy of plaintiff
date of the expiration of the tenancy 30th november
default of defence
evidence
exhibit
exhibit a series
exhibit b. exhibit b
exhibit b states
expiration
further interest
gate
great cost
hand
inspection of the property
keys of the house
lakeside estate limited
landlord lets
months
notice of the expiration of the tenancy
owner
payment of mesne profits
plaintiff access
possession of the property
purchase of the house
subject matter of this suit
terms of the tenancy
terms of the tenancy agreement

JUDGEMENT  

Plaintiff is the owner of a two bedroom semi-detached House No. C5 B3 Lakeside  Estates Accra, says she acquired the house subject matter of this suit from Lakeside Estate Limited and attached all documents relating to the purchase of the house to her Witness Statement as Exhibit A series. Plaintiff said she entered into a one year tenancy agreement with the Defendant. By the terms of the Tenancy Agreement which expired on 30th November 2016 and Defendant was supposed to hand over the keys of the house back to the Plaintiff. Plaintiff says Defendant has failed or refused to hand over the keys to her. Plaintiff says all attempts to get  into contact with Defendant has failed. Plaintiff has been unable to enter the house because Defendant has locked the house with a padlock from the outside. Plaintiff says Defendant has refused to answer her calls. Plaintiff says Defendant is hanging onto the property denying her the opportunity of carrying out refurbishment and leaving the …

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