NII DR. TETTEH KWEI II AND NII AGYEMANG KESE II
V.
THE GA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL AND NII DODOO NSAKI II NII BONI ADAMA LATSE II

(2017) JELR 63736 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: GJ/106/2017 ·  13 Apr 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE KWEKU T. ACKAAH- BOAFO
Core Terms Beta
arguments of counsel
registry of this court
high court
plaintiffs’ application
king tackie adama latse
such terms
final determination of the case
court
affidavit evidence
particular instance
1st plaintiff
bonsu v bonsu
zakari v pan american airways
ga traditional council
interlocutory injunction
ussher v darko
civil procedure
legal grounds
court’s order
party
applicant
national house of chiefs
stage of proceedings
3rd defendant
exercise of the trial judge
application
george tackie abia
divestiture implementation committee
performance of a specific administrative function
order
judicial review
mr. bright akwetey
chieftaincy declaration forms
suit no. bmisc
legal rights
suit
narrow path
contention of the applicant
administrative function
above jurisprudential review
thrust of the application
emphasis mine
order 16r11
slippery slope
supreme court
true ambit of the phrase
wider school of thought advocate
rule
defendants

APPLICATION FOR JOINDER

Introduction

[1] On February 13, 2017 this Court granted the Plaintiffs’ application for interlocutory injunction as follows: “Pending the final determination of the case, the Defendants/Respondents, their agents, assigns, etc. are restrained from inducting George Tackie Abia a.k.a. King Tackie Adama Latse II into the Ga Traditional Council as Ga Mantse and also transmitting the CDF to the National House of Chiefs for gazette notification”.

[2] Now, by a Motion on Notice filed at the registry of this Court on March 13, 2017, Boni Nii Tackie Adama Latse II, by his lawyers are seeking an order under Order 4 Rule 5(2) (b) of the High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules, 2004 (CI 47) to be joined in this suit as the 3rd Defendant.

[3] It is enacted in Order 4 r 5(2) (b) of CI 47

“(2) At any stage of proceedings the Court may on such terms as it thinks just either of its own motion or on application

(b) order any person who ought to have been joined as a party or whose presence…

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