(2018) JELR 108644 (HC)    
High Court  ·  IRL/35/2013 ·  8 Oct 2018 ·  Ghana

J U D G M E N T 

Plaintiffs’ Case 

The plaintiff refers to herself as the administratrix of the estate of her deceased  daughter Florence Ayitey who died intestate on 17th August 2004. It is the plaintiff’s  case that the said Florence Ayitey in her lifetime, on or about the 24th day of October  2002, purchased two plots of land identified as Block 53, plots 5 and 6 from the  defendant Company at a cost of Forty Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Old Cedis  (₵42,500,000.00) now Four Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Ghana Cedis  (GH₵4,250.00), which she fully paid for. She further paid an amount of Five Hundred  United States Dollars (US$500) for provision of electricity to the site. The plaintiff  asserts that the above payments represent the total payment her daughter had to make  to the defendant and she was never required to make any further payments in respect  of the properties. 

The plaintiff further avers that her deceased daughter after purchasing the plots from  the defendant com…

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