RICHARD YEBOAH ADUAMUAH
V.
AGRIC DEVELOPMENT BANK

(2017) JELR 107639 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT No. IL 0144/16 ·  16 Jan 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
JUSTICE GIFTY DEKYEM
Core Terms Beta
action
dismissal
19th january
applicant
plaintiff
17th february
cause of action
e k sosu
ghana ports
instant application
others
simple contract
statement of claim
actions
allegations of misconduct
applicant’s cause
appropriate cases
breach of same ought
case
courts
dates of his dismissal
employment contract
end
ex employer
extension of time
following actions
former employer
instant case
instant motion
judgment
justice gifty dekyem
justice of the high court
labour division
part of the defendant
public interest
reason
respect of ex parte motion
reversal of his dismissal
rules of the supreme court
stipulate time limits
supreme court
time limits
unlawful termination of his employment

JUDGMENT 

This ruling is in respect of ex parte motion for extension of time within which to  issue writ of summons against the Agricultural Development Bank. Applicant is an  ex employee of the Agricultural Development Bank until 19th January, 2010 when  he was dismissed. According Plaintiff, between the dates of his dismissal and the  instant motion being 23rd November, 2016, he wrote to the Chairman of the  Board of Directors of the Bank with the hope that, his dismissal would be  reversed. Applicant averred in his proposed statement of claim that, by letter  dated 12th July, 2011, his ex employer informed him that, the dismissal could not  be reversed. He deposed that, he had always pursued a reversal of his dismissal  that, he did not bring any action to challenge his dismissal in the courts within the time stipulated by law hence the instant application. Plaintiff intends to bring an  action against its former employer for unlawful termination of his employment on  the sole groun…

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