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NENE OSIBLI SEBI IV
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ADA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL, NATIONAL HOUSE OF CHIEFS AND EBENEZER TEYE AGORHOM

(2017) JELR 63792 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: GJ 1395/2016 ·  27 Oct 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE KWEKU T. ACKAAH-BOAFO

Ratio Decidendi

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2nd defendants
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high court
order of interim injunction
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judicial committee
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ada traditional area
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additional high court judge
arbitration committee
whole case
plaintiff
writ of summons
plaintiff’s name
order of injunction
26-paragraph statement of claim
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arguments of both learned counsel
case
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ex parte avadali
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judicial committee of the ada traditional council
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fraud

ACKAAH-BOAFO, J.

i. Introduction:

[1] It recalls that on the 14th day of October, 2016 the Plaintiff commenced this instant action by issuing a writ of summons against the 1st and 2nd Defendants herein endorsed with the reliefs set out here below:

a. An Order of Interim Injunction directed at the Defendants, their agents, workmen, persons claiming rights through them, privies, assigns, etc from obtaining or receiving any document, gazette, etc from Defendants pending the final determination of the matter.

b. An Order of Injunction directed at the 2nd Defendant to restrainit from removing Plaintiff from its records or deleting his status or gazetting either pending the determination of this suit or in perpetuity.

c. A declaration that the 1st Defendant’s actions are unlawful and in contravention of the standards set under the Constitution of the Republic in respect of conduct of public institutions.

d. A declaration that the 1st Defendant’s actions and conducts offend and violate the provisi…

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