STEPHEN ADJEI AKPOR & 3 ORS.
V.
THE STATE HOUSING CO. LTD. & 5 ORS.

(2019) JELR 107438 (HC)    
High Court  ·  LD/0094/2018 ·  28 Feb 2019 ·  Ghana
CORAM
NICHOLAS M. C. ABODAKPI
Core Terms Beta
court
applicants
baa
applicant
exhibit
application
motion
order
land
appellate court
respondents
exceptional circumstances
interlocutory injunction
order of interlocutory injunction
stay of proceedings
1st respondent
addition
applicants case
baa 4b
baa 4d’ photograph
behalf of 1st defendant
candid opinion
consequential order
consequential orders
consideration
cost of gh
date
deposition
developments
further development of other parts of the land
grant of the application
notice of appeal
photographs
portion of land
reason
rebuttal
r u l
ruling of this court
serious questions of law
suspension of consequential orders
true reflection of the order

BY COURT: R U L I N G

This motion for stay of proceedings/suspension of consequential orders filed on 13/07/2018 has a deposition made by Benjamin Annang Adjei in support.

The averments are to the effect that on 26/01/2018, a writ had been filed by Applicants and a motion for interlocutory injunction was filed the same day too, by the Applicants.

Furthermore, the reason for the application under consideration could be found in paragraph 6, where it has been stated, this Court (differently constituted) gave consequential orders, in a motion for interlocutory injunction (as it EXHIBIT ‘BAF 2’), which permitted 1st Respondent to develop some projects. And Applicants were also permitted to develop the portion of land granted to them.

It has been contended that the Court erred in granting that order, as it has resulted in series of confrontations on the land, as these developments the Court permitted both sides to execute, fall on the same plots being claimed by parties to the …

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