NATIONAL LABOUR COMMISSION
V.
WOMEN’S WORLD BANKING GHANA

(2010) JELR 63823 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. INDL.5/11 ·  15 Dec 2010 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWABENA ASUMAN-ADU
Core Terms Beta
respondent
court
applicant
interest
amount
order
counsel
court of appeal
jurisdiction
amount due
application
ground
current case
high court
months’ salary
motion
original jurisdiction
payment
ankrah iv
attorney general
days
decision of the applicant
labour act
miscarriage of justice
plaintiff’s action
principal sum
substantive application
appellate jurisdiction
award interest
case of azorblie
case of spokesman
discretionary power
following cases
inherent jurisdiction of this court
issue of interest payment
justice
legal arguments
order of prohibition
part of the order
recent case
respective positions
respect of the oral application
ruling of the applicant
said section of the act
submission counsel
substantive order
such consequential orders
supreme court

RULING

The Applicant herein filed a motion on 28th October 2010 praying for an order to compel the Respondent herein to comply with the ruling of the Applicant against the Respondent dated 18th June 2007. The Respondent did not oppose the application so on 8th November 2010 this Court granted the application by ordering the Respondent to comply with the decision of the Applicant dated 18th June 2007. The Applicant, however, pleaded with the Court that since the amount was due for payment on 18th June 2007, the Court should order the Respondent to pay interest on the amount which the Respondent opposed on ground that, interest was not part of the order. The Court as a result set down the issue of interest payment for legal arguments so this ruling is in respect of the oral application made by the Applicant pleading with the Court to compel the Respondent to pay interest on the amount due.

In her submission counsel for the Applicant pleaded with Court that even though it did not specifica…

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