SAAMAH PLUMBING & CONST
V.
FUNLAND LTD

(2017) JELR 108656 (HC)    
High Court  ·  LD/0996/2017 ·  27 Nov 2017 ·  Ghana
CORAM
BARBARA TETTEH-CHARWAY (J)
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
defendant
dispute
land
evidence
plaintiff’s case
application
consent letter
court
exhibit
judgment
matter
party
plaintiff’s counsel
plaintiff’s witness statement
witness statement
writ of summons
accompanying statement of claim
allodial owners of the land
barbara tetteh-charway
basic principle of the law
case of the residential area extension
defendant company
e.b tibboe family
e.b tibbo family
favour of the plaintiff
instructions of the odoitso odoi family
issue
judgment of justice hall
land of the plaintiff
method
nii odoitso odoi family
nii odoitso odoi kwao family
plaintiff company
real evidence
registration of title
required evidence of the facts
requisite degree of credibility
statement of claim
statement of claim of this suit
testimonies of the party
yellow card

JUDGMENT 

The plaintiff company caused a writ of summons to be issued against the defendant  for the following reliefs; 

1. Declaration that the land described in the statement of claim of this suit is the  property and lawfully acquired land of the plaintiff having acquired it from the  Nii Odoitse Odoi Kwao family of La 

2. Perpetual injunction 

In the accompanying statement of claim, the plaintiff asserted that it acquired a piece  of land from E.B Tibbo family and put in an application for registration of title at the  Land Title Registry Division of the Lands Commission. After it had been issued with  a yellow card, the application for registration was refused on the ground that E.B  Tibbo family were not the allodial owners of the land in dispute. As a result, plaintiff  claimed that it approached the Nii Odoitso Odoi Kwao family who were the rightful  owners of the land and obtained a consent letter from the said family for the  registration of the land in its name. Based on this…

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