(2016) JELR 107815 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. BC 676/2015 ·  14 Jul 2016 ·  Ghana
Core Terms Beta
conditions of service
contract of employment
provident fund
case of the plaintiff
evidence decree
letter of appointment
sufficient evidence
years of service
cross examination
date of final payment
defendant employ
exhibit b
signed document
time of his resignation
witness statement
burden of the plaintiff
course of his employment
defendant’s employ
effective date of resignation
end of service benefits
end of work benefits
exhibits of his appointment letter
following issues
general conditions of service of employees
legal principle
new conditions of service
offer of employment
order of the court
plaintiff’s resignation
provisions of section
resignation of the ceo mr. osei bonsu
rural banks ghana
said letter
secretariat of the defendant association of rural banks
share of his bonus
staff of the defendant
statement of claim
supreme court
years of dedicated service


After sixteen years of service in defendant’s employ as an account  supervisor, the plaintiff herein resigned expecting to be paid his  entitlements worth GHC39,153.28, his expectations were however cut off when the defendant employ quickly signed another conditions of service  three days before his effective date of resignation. Consequent to the new  arrangement under the new conditions of service the defendant employ  wrote to him demanding the settlement of his indebtedness of an amount  of GHC4,030.80 which according to the defendant the plaintiff owed his  employers, his account with his employers was therefore in the negative. 

The plaintiff contended that he has not been fairly treated and therefore  instituted this action on the 9th of July 2015 against his now former  employers for the following reliefs: 

1. A declaration that the conditions of service for employees of the  secretariat of the Association of Rural Banks Ghana (2012) was  applicable to the plaintiff at …

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