REPUBLIC
V.
DISTRICT COURT, HOHOE; EXPARTE KAKRABA KWAME AND TOGBUI LOH I

(2018) JELR 65755 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT E10/12/2017 ·  29 Mar 2018 ·  Ghana
CORAM
ERIC BAAH JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT
Core Terms Beta
tourism management team
applicants
district court
application
high court
interested parties
order
order of injunction
police
status quo
action
administration of the fall
affidavit
annexures
assistance of the police
case
charge of the management of the fall
commander of the ghana police service
court
decision
depositions
determination of the case
existence
fall
following grounds
hohoe
hohoe municipal
issue
management of the site
management of the wli falls
merit
motion ex parte
motion paper
order of the district court
parity
place
quo ought
replacement of the tourism management team
sence
status
submission of applicants counsel
support
team
terms of peaceful approach
time

1. The motion ex parte by the applicants pray for an order asking the police to assist the Tourism Management Team to take over the management of the Wli Falls and thereby restore the status quo until the case at the District Court is determined.

2. I have examined the motion paper, the depositions in the affidavit in support and the annexures, and also listened to the submission of applicants counsel and concluded that the application is of merit. The decision is anchored on the following grounds:

(a) The applicants or the Tourism Management Team were in charge of the management of the Fall by the time the action was taken against them at the District Court, Hohoe.

(b) The order of injunction resulted in them being displaced and replaced by the interested parties.

(c) The order of injunction that saw to the replacement of the Tourism Management Team has been quashed by the High Court.

This means that the status quo ought to be restored pending the determination of the case at the District…

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