UNIVERSAL CO-OPERATIVE COMMODITIES LTD AND OTHERS
V.
. BOB COMMODITIES COMPANY LIMITED AND OTHERS

(2019) JELR 65719 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO. OCC 05/2017 ·  30 Apr 2019 ·  Ghana
CORAM
DR. RICHMOND OSEI-HWERE J
Core Terms Beta
plaintiffs
1st plaintiff
ghana ports
defendants
1st defendant
civil suits
liabilities of the 1st plaintiff
board chairman
evidence act
instant action
legal burden of proof
managing director
order of this honourable court
statement of claim
1st plaintiff’s account
5th defendant bank
board members
burden of proof
offer letter
shares of ucccl
1st plaintiff company
2nd plaintiff
4th defendants gh
civil procedure
cogent evidence
erstwhile ghana ports authority
following issues
ghana cedis
good working relationship
harbours authority v issoufou
light of the fact
part of the takeover of the 1st plaintiff
plaintiffs’ case
present action
provisions of sections
said defendants
shareholders of the seller fail
shortest possible time
successful transfer
such conditions
totality of the evidence
validity of the takeover agreement
written document
zambrama v segbedzie

By a Writ of Summons and Statement of Claim dated the 17th day of August, 2016 the Plaintiffs are seeking the following reliefs against the Defendants herein:

a. A declaration that the 1st defendant has breached the terms and conditions contained in the offer letter the 1st defendant offered (sic) to take over the 1st plaintiff dated 23rd April, 2015 which the 1st plaintiff accepted same.

b. An order of this Honourable Court to nullify or cancel the takeover offer the 1st defendant offered to the 1st plaintiff company dated 23rd April 2015.

c. A declaration that the amount standing in the account of the 1st plaintiff at the 5th defendant bank is not for the defendants but rather for the 1st plaintiff.

d. An injunction order to restrain the defendants especially the 5th defendant from allowing any of the defendants to withdraw any amount from the 1st plaintiff’s account as stated in paragraph 29 of the Statement of Claim at the 5th defendant Bank or in any way transact business with the 1s…

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