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Posted By: Samuel Alesu-Dordzi
Samuel Alesu-Dordzi
Samuel Alesu-Dordzi

Samuel Alesu-Dordzi is an Editor of the Ghana Law Hub.

Today, we turn the clocks back to a key decision that was given 48 years ago. This was in the case of Sallah v Attorney-General. The facts of the case are well known but probably the decision would not have been this popular but for the social...

The Supreme Court in the case of Raphael Cubagee v Michael Yeboah Asare & 2 Ors[1] has declared the secret recording of a telephone conversation as a breach of the privacy provisions of the constitution. The Court went on to say that the...

The Supreme Court in the case of John Affuah & Another v General Developments Company Limited[1] has held that an unsigned document may give rise to legal consequences. The Court stated that the common law has always recognized the principle...

The Supreme Court, in the case of Castro Daniel Yao Attiamo v The Attorney-General & 2 Ors[1], has held that it is not every finding of wrongful or unfair termination that would justify a reinstatement. In other words, reinstatements are...

Take a newspaper. Flip through the pages randomly. You may well see an employer-sponsored notice in there together with a photograph informing the public that the subject of the notice is no longer an employee. The notice will often go on to...

The law of mortgages has long been considered as an appendage of the law of equity. This is obviously because of the integral role that the English Courts of Equity played in developing, refining and operationalizing the concept in order to...

The Supreme Court in the case of Benjamin Aryee & 691 Others v The Cocoa Marketing Board[1] held that a worker initially employed as a casual worker but whose services are used continuously by the employer  for a period exceeding 6 months...

By Samuel Alesu-Dordzi on Mar 8th, 2018

In 1896, the Bank of British West Africa (which later became the Standard Chartered Bank) opened its first branch in Accra. Between 1920-1950, the Bank of British West Africa and Barclays Bank were the only banks operating in the Gold Coast[1]....

Uber, the online taxi platform, is known all over for two things. First, it is very good at making regulators throw their hands up in despair as it breaks every rule in the book. And secondly, the online taxi platform is good at making its customers...

The Bank of Ghana in a recent notice[1] headed “Digital and Virtual Currency Operations in Ghana” sought to clarify the Ghanaian position on digital and virtual currencies in Ghana. Significantly, the notice informed the general public that operations in digital and virtual currencies are illegal and “… activities [operations in digital and...