R P BUKARI
V.
EMMANUEL J D GBLEKPO

(2017) JELR 108710 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. FAL/125/14 ·  17 Feb 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
K. A. GYIMAH
Core Terms Beta
plaintiffs
defendant
evidence
land
tema millennium teachers association
sub-lease
lease
acts of trespass
supreme court
plaintiffs’ lawful attorney
teye akrong family of afienya
year lease
declaration of title
following terms
original lessee purports
perpetual injunction
plaintiffs’ grantors
p. y. attah
standard of proof
statement of claim
support of their claim
year term
additional high court judge
ayuley kwaku eyumu family
behalf of the defendant
duty of the party
exhibit a
exhibit a.
lawful attorney mohammed baba shaibu
learned justice of appeal
lessee holds
mind of the tribunal of fact
north east
original lessee
overt acts of ownership
party produces
plaintiff’s occupation
police case
prima facie case
sufficient evidence
support of the grounds of appeal
valid sub-lease
virtue of section

J U D G M E N T 

The plaintiffs by a writ of summons dated 6th November 2013, claimed the following  reliefs against the defendant: 

i. Perpetual injunction restraining the defendant herein, his  agents, workmen, assigns or servants from entering or interfering with plaintiff’s occupation of the land in dispute. 

ii. Damages for trespass 

iii. Recovery of possession. 

iv. An order for the demolition of the structure being erected on the  land in dispute by the Defendant. 

v. Cost.

The plaintiffs in their statement of claim averred that they acquired the land from the  Tema Millennium Teachers Association through a sublease dated 26th April 2007  for a period of 99 years. The plaintiffs further averred that their grantors also obtained the land from the Ayuley Kwaku Eyumu Family acting through the head of family Samuel Lartey Eyumu. The plaintiffs also averred that their grantors, the Tema Millennium Teachers Association had registered their title at the Land Title Registry with certificate …

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