(2016) JELR 107855 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. OCC/69/2012 ·  24 Mar 2016 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
1st defendant
2nd defendant
gold dust
27th august
alluvial gold dust
plaintiff’s representative
export manager of 2nd defendant
statement of defence
2nd transaction
copies of the assay reports
copies of the shipping documents
gold bars
kilo of alluvial gold dust
part of the defendant
physical examination
plaintiffs agents
said alex
2nd defendant produce
2nd defendant ships gold
alex sarpong 2nd defendant’s employee
amended statement of claim
august 27th
cancelled contract
conduct of withdrawal
director of 1st defendant
director of the 1st defendant company
documentary evidence
document of title
export agreement
following day
following reliefs
gold dust sale contract
importation of diverse products
key 1st defendant
kilo of find gold dust
laws of switzerland
managing director of the 1st defendant
months plaintiffs agents
perpetration of fraud
plaintiff’s case
point act
said supporting documents
sale of goods act
supply of gold dust

J U D G M E N T 

Plaintiff herein commenced the instant action against the Defendants on the 29th of October  2012. By an amended statement of claim pursuant to leave granted on the 3rd of November 2014  Plaintiff claimed against the Defendants jointly and severally the following reliefs: 

a. A declaration that it was fraudulent on the part of the Defendant to have shipped building  sand to Plaintiff instead of alluvial gold dust. 

b. A declaration that the arrest effected on Plaintiffs agents was malicious illegal and  unlawful. 

c. An order on the 1st Defendant to pay general damages to Plaintiff for the unlawful arrest  on her agents. 

d. An order on Defendants to pay to Plaintiff USD212,500.00 as the price of alluvial gold  dust stolen by them.

e. An order for interest at the prevailing bank rate on USD212,500 as price of alluvial gold  dust stolen by them from August 27th 2012 to date of final payment. 

f. An order on Defendants to pay to Plaintiff USD 1,000,000 as profit she would have…

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