(2015) JELR 107686 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. BMISC/970/2014 ·  27 Oct 2015 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
1st plaintiff
late mr. asenso
mr. asenso
3rd plaintiffs
3rd defendants
late emmanuel asenso
declaration of title
late asenso
1st defendant
court case
death of mr. asenso
earlier suit
evidence of 1st plaintiff
1st plaintiff claims
1st plaintiff claims damages
1st plaintiff mr. owusu acheampong
2nd defendants
additional money
administrators of mr. anim ayeko
business partner of the late mr. asenso
cross examination 1st plaintiff
dead person
death of mr. asenso 1st plaintiff
estate of the late m.k. anim ayeko
evidence1st plaintiff
evidence of the 2nd plaintiff
facts of this case
grantors of the land
known rights
late brother
order of joinder of the administrators
own depositions
parcel of land
person make
piece of evidence
result of the fact
specific performance of the partnership agreement
uncle asenso
whole business


As a prelude to this case, there was an earlier suit filed in November  2011 and instituted by the 2nd and 3rd plaintiffs herein as administrators of Mr. Anim Ayeko, it is important to note that the 1st plaintiff herein was the 1st defendant in that suit numbered FAL77/12 and the withdrawal of that suit was a result of the fact that the property in issue  subject matter of this suit and the suit therein, was not filed as part of  the Estate of the late Anim Ayeko. The 2nd and 3rd plaintiffs herein were  therefore claiming a property which was not at the time of the first suit  listed as one of the properties on their Letters of Administration tendered. When the 2nd and 3rd plaintiffs herein became aware they discontinued that suit, and the 1st defendant therein initiated this suit as the 1st plaintiff on the same subject matter. This is the background to  this action. 

After the initial action by the 1st plaintiff herein, a motion for joinder  was filed on the 20th of November…

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