NATHANIEL A. BADDOO & 3 OTHERS
V.
MRS MERCY AMPOFO & RUDOLPH PAPA II AMPOFO AND LINDA NSIAH ABABIO

(2018) JELR 65661 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  SUIT NO. H1/58/2017 ·  16 Apr 2018 ·  Ghana
CORAM
ADUAMA OSEI JA (PRESIDING), SENYO DZAMEFE JA, WELBOURNE (MRS.) JA
Core Terms Beta
exhibit
property
counsel
st
plaintiffs
fred mensah baddoo
trial court
family
power of attorney
present case
view of counsel
trial court’s decision
appellate court
behalf of the numo-baddoo family
high court
respect of the property
constituent part of the property
faustina june yeboah
portion of the property
said property
social group
appeal record
charge of the management of the said plots
commercial development
consent of the family
death of the late rudolph numo-baddoo
development of the said property
family of fred mensah baddoo
family of fred mensah numo-baddoo
favour of the plaintiffs
grandchild of the late rudolph numo-baddoo
grandchildren of the late rudolph numo-baddoo
head of the numo-baddoo family
judgment of the high court
late rudolph numo-baddoo
material times
part of the estate of rudolph numo-baddoo
said judgment
specific act
terms of an agreement
trial court’s rejection
trial judge
virtue of the ratification clause
weight of evidence

ADUAMA OSEI JA:

In this judgment, the Plaintiffs/Appellants are referred to as “the Plaintiffs”, the 1st and 2nd Defendants/Appellants are referred to as “the 1st Defendant” and “the 2nd Defendant” respectively, and the 3rd Defendant/Respondent is referred to as “the 3rd Defendant”. Also, Plot Nos. 4 and 5, Block II, Bompata, Roman Hill, Kumasi, are together referred to as “the property in issue”.

This judgment is delivered in 2 appeals which are from a judgment of the High Court, Kumasi, dated the 24th of February, 2016. In the said judgment, the High Court declared in favour of the Plaintiffs that the property in issue formed part of the estate of Rudolph Numo-Baddoo, but declared against them that a portion of the property had become subject to a proprietary interest created in favour of the 3rd Defendant. The High Court also held the Plaintiffs and their family bound by the terms of an agreement between the 1st Defendant on behalf of the Numo-Baddoo family and the 3rd Defendant, and…

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