WINFRED KUMAH APAWU
V.
SOLOMON TETTEY & ANOR.

(2019) JELR 107455 (HC)    
High Court  ·  LD/0998/2018 ·  29 Apr 2019 ·  Ghana
CORAM
NICHOLAS M. C. ABODAKPI
Core Terms Beta
land
applicant
respondents
judgment
exhibit
fact
site-plan
deposition
odai ntow family
paragraphs
high court
mike similao
others
respondent
supreme court
2nd defendant
acts of possession
composite plan
declaration of title
demonstration of the fact
deposition of applicant
different judges
discretionary jurisdiction of the high court
evidence of the grant
evidence of the root of title
fair representation
first affidavit
grant of part of applicant
high court decision
high court judgment
interlocutory injunction
judgments respondents
kwasi bosumpim
lands commission
member of the nii odai ntow family
nii kofi appenteng family of otublohum
part of that exhibit
part of the site-plan
perpetual injunction
pna2’ series
quo ante
registration no. lvd
registry of this court
said land
statement of cases
suit no. l
suit no. sct
supreme court decision
unknown persons
writ of summons

R U L I N G

On 31/08/2018, Plaintiff/Applicant (herein referred to as applicant) took a writ of summons from the Registry of this Court.

There are five reliefs indorsed on the writ, which include, declaration of title to land which is said to be 12.09 acres and described in the indorsement and pleadings, General damages for trespass, perpetual injunction, Recovery of possession and cost are other Reliefs.

On the same day the writ was taken, applicant also filed a motion for interlocutory injunction.

In the deposition in support, made by applicant, he averred that on or about April 2014, he acquired the land in dispute from Nii Kofi Appenteng family of Otublohum, Accra, through its lawful head and lawful representative, Rev. Alex Aryeequaye. He cited EXHIBIT ‘WKA1’ as evidence of the grant, and registration of it at the Lands Commission, with Registration No. LVD 4899 20167. The recital showed that, applicant had acquired the said land as alleged.

The above is evidence of the roo…

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