NANCY AMA ANDOH
V.
MARK ANTHONY ANDOH

(2017) JELR 107870 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. DM/0103/2017 ·  25 Apr 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JENNIFER A. TAGOE
Core Terms Beta
parties
respondent
dob
exhibit
marriage
petitioner
28th november
attorney
evidence
honourable court
order
petition
petitioner’s attorney
petitioner’s personal effects
terms of settlement
toyota matrix vehicle
4th day of april
amount of ten thousand ghana cedis
brother
court
custody
custody of the children
dissolution of the marriage
execution of these terms of settlement
final settlement
ghana
high court judge
immovable property
interests
joel kobina andoh
johnson kwesi andoh
jonathan abeiku andoh
justice jennifer a. tagoe
lawful attorney
lump sum payment
mark abakah andoh
mark anthony andoh
movement of the children
nancy ama andoh
petitioner’s lawful attorney
power of attorney
receipt of the gh
reconciliation
respect
samuel davidson andoh
school
sister
terms

C O N S E N T  J U D G E M E N T  

The Petitioner filed a petition for dissolution of the marriage between her and the Respondent by her lawful attorney who also is her brother. Exhibit ‘A’ is the power of attorney duly executed notarised and stamped. I have examined her petition and  heard her evidence through her attorney. I have also examined the Respondent’s  answers and heard his evidence. I am satisfied that the marriage between the parties  i.e. Nancy Ama Andoh and Mark Anthony Andoh celebrated at the church of  Pentecost, Daboase Takoradi on 28th November, 1998 has broken down beyond  reconciliation. It is accordingly dissolved. 

The parties have filed terms of settlement as follows: 

1) That the marriage contracted on the 28th November, 1998 between the parties be dissolved by the honourable court.

2) That the parties have not acquired any immovable property during the marriage. 

3) That custody of the children who are all going to school be given to the Respondent since he is re…

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