“The two faces of Natural Justice: Ex parte Dorgbadzi in retrospect”
Before the ‘valedictory’ decision, we thought we had reached a stage in our national lives where judges could go to sleep, secure in the knowledge that their busts will not adorn the frontage of the Supreme Court Building. But now that we know that any judge’s Record Books, Things Books, Microsoft Teams virtual hearing recordings and even the form and mode of making the entries in the books will be the subject-matter of ‘trials’ at the Supreme Court, one can only imagine the chill flowing down the spine of their Worships, Honours, Ladyships and Lordships.
Who will guard the guards themselves? – An appraisal of Springfield v BOST
"What, then, is the legal effect of the mysterious and alien relief - “additional interest pursuant to the default clause in Exhibit ‘C’” - that has found its way into the decision of the Supreme Court? The answer is simple: It is a nullity...The last time Ghanaians thought their moneys were leaking through the courts, they birthed a Citizen Vigilante and a Sole Commissioner."
ADR for ‘galamsey’: A curious proposition?
If there is one criminal activity that has outsmarted Ghanaians, it is illegal gold mining. Christened as ‘galamsey’, this ass has turned all those who wield power in Ghana into an edentulous lot. Finding a solution to the problem has eluded the President of the Republic. Chiefs are wriggling their hands in despair.
Judgment creditors should not draw up entry of judgment: Did the Supreme Court go too far in Asamoah v S.I.C?
The very nature of the adversarial system of litigation we practice means that, at the end of every case filed in court, there is a winner and a loser. The person who wins will look forward to reaping the fruits of her judgment. The first step the winner must take in order to enjoy the judgment is to file an entry of judgment.
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