SPORTNET GHANA LIMITD
V.
KRANE INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES & ANOR.

(2008) JELR 69493 (CA)    
Court of Appeal  ·  SUIT NO.:H1/42/2008 ·  29 May 2008 ·  Ghana
CORAM
PIESARE J.A. [PRESIDING], KANYOKE J.A., KISI APPIAH J.A.
Core Terms Beta
plaintiff
appellant
judgment
respondent
thomas hughes
1st defendant
trial judge
court
amount
appeal
extension of time
order
1st june
learned judge
instant case
invoice exhibit
statement of claim
summary judgment
15th may
16th april
23rd march
able osic draw
behalf of the plaintiff
case of the respondents
ceo sportnet ghana ltd
counter claim
court orders
date defendants
executive director
further agreement
ground of appeal
grounds
grounds of appeal
hearing counsel
managing director of the plaintiff
monday 16th april
only discernible objection
plaintiff’s application
plaintiff’s claim
p. o. box
receipt of this letter
respondent mr. kaff deku
respondent’s own letter exhibit daa
said amount
supply of buttons
support of ground
terms of payment of the debt
tony lither
tony lithur’s attention
trial court

PIESARE, J.A.:

This is an appeal brought on behalf of the plaintiff/appellant, upon four grounds of appeal, to be dealt with in detail in due course. It is a straightforward appeal which, in our humble opinion, is devoid of any merit whatever.

The facts leading to this appeal are simple. In February, 2007, the plaintiff/appellant which was not trading in buttons, had won a contract bid for the supply of buttons to customs, Excise, and Preventive services [CEPS]. Plaintiff/Appellant was therefore introduced to the 1st Defendant/Respondent in that matter, and the 1st Defendant/Respondent agreed to supply the Plaintiff/Appellant with such buttons on credit.

The further agreement between the parties, which is not in dispute, is that the Plaintiff/Appellant was to pay the 1st Defendant/Respondent for the goods, as soon as CEPS paid the Plaintiff/Appellant.

Now, upon this agreement, the 1st Defendant/Respondent supplied the Plaintiff/Respondent with the required buttons, at the price of ¢251,54…

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