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SUPERSPORT INTERNATIONAL (PROPRIETORY) LIMITED
V.
CHAMPION BROADCASTING LIMITED

(2018) JELR 65527 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO.OCC/43/16 ·  15 Feb 2018 ·  Ghana
CORAM
ANGELINA MENSAH-HOMIAH (MRS.) JUSTICE OF THE HIGH COURT

Ratio Decidendi

Core Terms Beta
applicant
counsel
court
order
respondent
rule
company
entry of judgment
applicant company
supplementary affidavit
service of documents
terms of settlement
affidavits
ghana cables case
bad service
civil procedure
ernestina b. danquah
instant application
service of the motion
accompanying affidavit
applicant company’s secretary
applicant’s deposition
applicant’s exhibit
back of a joint venture
body of the said motion
companies act
exhibit d2
facts of this misrepresentation
football matches of the english premiership
ghana cable co. ltd
high court
honourable court
inc d
joint venture
list of the members of the applicant
main grounds of the application
managing director
members of the bar
phone calls
present application
process of execution
proof of service
registered office
registered office of the company
service of a document
stamp ad signature of the commissioner of oaths
supreme court
time-honoured practice
use of defective affidavit

RULING

MENSAH-HOMIAH (MRS.) J

It is provided under Order 41 rule 7 of the High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules, 2004, C.I. 47 as follows:

Drawing up and entry of judgment or order
7. (1) The party seeking to have a judgment entered shall draw up the judgment and present it to the Registrar for entry.
(2) Where judgment is presented for entry in accordance with this rule, the Registrar shall enter it in the book kept for that purpose, file the judgment and return a duplicate of it to the party who presents it for entry.
(3) An order required to be drawn up shall be drawn up by the party in whose favour the order is made, and if that party fails to draw up the order within seven days after it is made, any other party affected by the order may draw it up.
(4) The order referred to in sub rule (3) shall when drawn up, be produced at the registry together with a copy of it, and when passed by the Registrar the order shall be sealed and returned to the party who produced it and the copy shall be …
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