NANA KWADWO
V.
I G P AND ANOR

(2016) JELR 107640 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO.: BMISC 32/2016 ·  3 Nov 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
DANIEL MENSAH
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
vehicle
defendants
evidence
patrick afriyie
tema port
range rover
interpol ghana
open market
stolen vehicle
16th september
relevant documents
due diligence
friend patrick afriyie
action of interpol ghana
cars
criminal investigation department
custom duty
customs officials
evidence act
evidence point
following issues
friend kofi hene
genuine purchaser
instant case
legal action
location of the vehicle
order of the court
original spare key
owners of the garage
plaintiff joins issues
plaintiff’s claim
police report
price of the vehicle
proper checks
purchase price
purchase receipt of the car
range rovers
sale of the said vehicle
statement of claim
successful party
theft of the vehicle
title certificate
unlawful seizure of the vehicle
year of the make

J U D G M E N T 

The Plaintiff’s claim against the defendants is for: 

a) An order of the Court compelling the police (Interpol Ghana) to immediately release the vehicle in issue to the plaintiff. 

b) Damages for an unlawful seizure of the vehicle in dispute from the plaintiff. 

c) Costs.

Per the claim put forward by the plaintiff as contained in his statement of claim  filed in this court on the 19th October, 2015, the plaintiff who in businessmen  and deals in estate and cars avers that on the 16th September, 2015 he  purchased Range Rover (Suv) Vehicle with Chasis No. SALWA2KFXFA 526376  from one Patrick Afriyie who does business in the name of Pathers Enterprise.   

According to the plaintiff, he got to know the sale of the said vehicle through  his friend Kofi Hene who bought one of the two Range rovers imported by  Patrick Afriyie. 

The plaintiff further stated that he inspected the vehicle at the Tema Port  and expressed interest to purchase and negotiated with the seller and  settle…

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