SIKIRATU ZAID
V.
MOHAMMED ZAID & ANOR.

(2009) JELR 69634 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. BFA/ 17/08 ·  23 Jun 2009 ·  Ghana
CORAM
KWABENA ASUMAN-ADU
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defendants
plaintiff
action
court
evidence
case
lawyer
agents
mother
siblings
father
conclusion
following reliefs
immediate effect
judgment
name
opportunity
order
personal property of moshood zaid
said house
basis of the evidence
children of the father
cost of gh
costs
course of the trial of the case
defence
defence of allegations
draw conclusion
evidence documents
failure of the plaintiff
first defendant
good case
instant case
issues
next witness
opportunities
order of perpetual injunction
order of the court
part of his father
perpetual injunction
principle
proof of her case
quiet enjoyment of his personal property
support of his case
unchallenged evidence
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witness box
world

JUDGMENT

The plaintiff herein issued out a writ of summons against the defendants on 15th November, 2007 for the following reliefs:

Declaration that H/No. 553/3, Swalaba, Accra forms part of the estate of the late Alhaji Aremu Seidu (deceased).

Declaration that until H/No. 553/3, Swalaba, Accra is distributed according to law, defendants cannot intermeddle with the same by way of remolding same.

An order for perpetual injunction to restrain the defendants from further interfering with H/No. 553/3, Swalaba, Accra by changing the character of the building.

On 17th April, 2008 the defendants filed a defence and counterclaimed for the following reliefs:

A declaration that H/No. 553/3, Swalaba is the personal property of Moshood Zaid.

An order of the court directed at the plaintiff, her assigns, agents, mother, siblings and anyone claiming through her, however, described to vacate the said house with immediate effect.

An order of perpetual injunction to restrain the plaintiff, her mother, her sibl…

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