NANA SERWAA CAIQUO
V.
KWADJO BENIN APPIAH

(2015) JELR 63869 (HC)    
High Court  ·  Suit No. RPC/372/13 ·  29 Oct 2015 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JENNIFER DODOO (MRS)
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defendant
plaintiff
recordings
pw1
kenneth danso
party
amount of gh
evidence act
school fees
sufficient evidence
cross-examination
reasonable mind
burden of proof
defendant’s name
defendant’s version
exhibit a
money transactions
said kenneth danso
act of recording
amorous relationship
case of fosua
court holds
credible evidence
cross examination of the plaintiff
defendant’s contention
electrical materials
evidence exhibits
exhibit b
following question
following testimony
good relationship
note section
obligation of a party
oral evidence
pages of exhibit a
plaintiff’s case
pw1 answer
record shows
registry of this court
such evidence
sums of money
tarzan transport
total amount of money
transactions of other persons
true picture
validity of legal proof

The Plaintiff caused a writ to be issued out of the Registry of this court against the Defendant for an amount of GH¢36,600.00 being total amount of money advanced to him together with interest at the prevailing bank rate from 1st April 2013 till date of final payment.

It was the Plaintiff’s case that between March 2012 and March 2013, she advanced sums of money to the Defendant which he was supposed to repay on or before 1st April 2013. He had failed to do so.

The Defendant in his defence said he had only received an amount of GH¢7,000.00 from the Plaintiff which he had requested for payment of his children’s school fees and for repairs he had undertaken on his car. He said he was never made aware that these sums had been given to him as a loan which had to be repaid.

He contended in his defence that he had entered into an amorous relationship with the Plaintiff in which she prepared food and bought him gifts which included a watch, mobile phone and rice cooker. When the relationship fe…

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