RITA KRIBA
V.
AFRICA WORLD AIRLINES

(2019) JELR 107422 (HC)    
High Court  ·  HR/0050/18 ·  14 May 2019 ·  Ghana
CORAM
GIFTY AGYEI ADDO
Core Terms Beta
applicant
court
parties
order of the court
civil procedure
rules
high court
affidavit evidence
supreme court
witness statements
writ of summons
exceptional circumstances
filing of witness statements
general damages
instant application
others
substantive action
case management conference
officials of the respondent
re effiduase stool affairs
registry of this court
respect of the matter
review of the order of the court
said order
sufficient reason
support of the application
applicant’s case
conditions of carriage of the respondent
days of the order
days of the order of the court
decisions suo motu
enforcement of her fundamental human rights
error of the law
facts of the substantive application
fundamental human rights
furtherance of her case
ghana civil aviation authority
grounds of her physical disability
honourable court
interest of justice
present circumstances
records of proceedings
respect of an application
respondent’s airplane
review jurisdiction of the court
review of the order of this court
rules of the court
said airplane
scheduled date
way of an appeal

RULING

BACKGROUND

This ruling is in respect of an application for a review of the Order of this Court dated 22nd February, 2019, directing the parties herein to file their witness statements and pre-trail checklists at the Registry of this Court within 14 days of the Order. The Applicant brought the instant application under Order 42 of the High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules, 2004 (C.I. 47) which grants the Court the power to review its decisions suo motu or on an application by either party.

The substantive action on which this application is premised is an originating motion, filed by the Applicant on the 11th of June, 2018, for the enforcement of her fundamental human rights. By that application, the Applicant prayed the Court to grant the following reliefs:

a. Adjudge and declare that the Applicant was discriminated against on grounds of her physical disability, by the Respondent;

b. Adjudge and declare that the Applicant’s right to dignity has been violated by the Respondent;

c. …

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