Ex Parte Yvonne Amponsah Brobbey Case: Did the Supreme Court actually shut the door on Civil Proceedings in an intermedelling Case?
Photo by Tierra Mallorca on Unsplash Introduction Last month, the Supreme Court in the landmark case of the Republic v. High Court (Commercial Division), Accra; ... Read More
Has the decision in Adisa Boya v Mohammed (Substituted by) Mohammed & Mujeeb eroded the powers of executors or administrators in the distribution of an estate of a deceased person? Is the decision in Okyere (decd) (substituted by Peprah) v Appenteng & Adomaa still good law?
Introduction This article brings to mind the words of Thomas Paine, when he stated as follows in 1796 “Nothing they say, is more certain than ... Read More
Disposing Biological Property Under the Wills Act of Ghana
By: Albert Mireku Agyepong (Law and Development Associate, Taylor Crabbe Barristers and Solicitors) Introduction Benjamin Franklin once wrote “… in this world nothing can be said to ... Read More
Presumption of Advancement: A Legal Anachronism (Husband And Wife)
Introduction Presumption of advancement is a legal presumption that arises in various forms. It simply means a transfer of property or money from husband and ... Read More
The complexity of Succession in Some Ghanaian Communities & Historical Accounts
Introduction Succession is an integral part of customary law and since customary law is part of the laws of Ghana and for that matter the Ghana ... Read More