SAMUEL BOAKYE
V.
ALEX KWABENA ACQUAH

(2015) JELR 107693 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. AC 739/201 ·  21 Dec 2015 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWEKU T. ACKAAH-BOAFO
Core Terms Beta
defendant
plaintiff
evidence
parties
agreement
issues
financial assistance
case of the plaintiff
mr. acquah
line of business
supreme court
demand letter
landed property
loan agreement
terms of their agreement
united states dollars
above statement of the law
agreed date
applicant of bad faith
brief facts
brief facts of the case
civil cases
compensation of gh
copy of the signed agreement
defendant’s additional issues
defendant’s further evidence
defendant’s request
following issues
given case
high court judge
judicial blessing
lawyer’s fees
legal principles
part of the said loan
plaintiff claims
plaintiff’s further evidence
promise defendant
respectful view
said sum
spare parts
statement of defence
trite learning
various terms
wood jsc
written contract

JUDGMENT 

Introduction: 

[1] By a writ of summons filed on the 10th July, 2015 the Plaintiff claims against the Defendant  the following reliefs: 

a. An order directed at the Defendant to pay to the Plaintiff the said sum of $20,000.00 being  the financial assistance extended by the Plaintiff to Defendant on August 1, 2014 at  Defendant’s request and with the promise to settle same on or before November 30, 2014  which promise Defendant failed to fulfill and a further order directed at the Defendant to pay compensation of GH₵150,000.00 promised Plaintiff which Defendant also failed to  fulfill.  

b. Cost of instituting this action including lawyer’s fees on full recovery basis. 

[2] An appearance was entered and later a Statement of Defence filed by the Defendant after  the service of the Writ and Statement of Claim. The Plaintiff filed a reply to respond to the defence  filed.  

Brief Facts and Issues

[3] The brief facts of the case are that the Plaintiff granted the Defendant at his re…

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