Tag: Justice Alexander Osei Tutu
Making a Case for the Enforcement of Prenuptial Agreements in Ghana
Introduction In 2014, Citifmonline.com reported a news item in which a family lawyer and former lecturer of the Ghana Law School, Dr. Kofi Adinkrah who ... Read More
A Message of Hope for the Year 2021
Introduction Year 2021 gives some glimpses of hope universally coming straight from 2020, a year that the world was wracked with the deadly Covid-19 Pandemic. ... Read More
A Ban on John Doe in Ghana: A Blessing or A Curse?
Introduction One person who has probably litigated more than any other person under the sun is ‘John Doe’. He is indubitably known to the laws ... Read More
Is Akrong vrs. Bulley Still Good Law?
Introduction It is common knowledge that capacity is a fundamental legal principle in the commencement of any legal suit, the lack of which strips a ... Read More
Hayford Ofosu Amaning v. The Republic: A Case of Judicial Heterodoxy?
The Facts of the Case In the case of Hayford Ofosu Amaning v. The Republic, the High Court had tried summarily an accused person who was ... Read More
The Abandoned Jurisdiction of The Supreme Court
1.Introduction Perhaps, it may surprise you to know that a conviction by a lower court, not appealed against by the convicted person or his lawyer ... 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
The Chancellor & Equity – Epitome of Christ & the Grace
There is no profession that I know which perfectly illustrates Christ’s redemptive work better than the Legal Profession. In this article, we will look at ... Read More
Fair Trial in Civil Cases: A Right or A Privilege?
Introduction The concept of ‘fair trial’ was traditionally associated with criminal proceedings. This article seeks to examine the origin of the concept and how it ... Read More
The Uniqueness Of Jurat Required For Illiterate Testators
I just couldn’t ‘think far’, as “Lil win”, the Kumawood movie actor might have put it. Which world are we in? Is that society’s sense ... Read More