Court orders ex-national service lady to hand over car in a case against ex-banker boss, boyfriend
Per its ruling by Justice Olivia Obeng Owusu, the court noted that the order is to ensure the safekeeping and preservation of the car until the final determination of the substantive case
The High Court has today ordered Deborah Seyram Adablah, ex-national service personnel of a bank who sued her former boss and boyfriend to hand over Car NO. GC-7899-21, which is at the center of their dispute, to the Registrar of the Court.
Also, the court ordered the first defendant, Mr Ernest Nimako to hand over all the necessary documents of the said car also to the Registrar of the court.
Per its ruling by Justice Olivia Obeng Owusu, the court noted that the order is to ensure the safekeeping and preservation of the car until the final determination of the substantive case.
Another issue that came to the fore was a motion filed by the first defendant which sought to restrain the plaintiff from tarnishing his image per her continuous postings on TikTok, Instagram, and other social media platforms.
This was however denied by the plaintiff through her affidavit in opposition filed by her lawyers but the court in its ruling ordered both parties to desist from any publication of the matter in the media
In the suit filed in January this year, the plaintiff, Deborah Seyram averred inter alia that her ex-boss and boyfriend bought her a car for GH 120, 000 but fixed a car tracking device in it and even stopped the car one time when she was driving in the middle of the road and later brought policemen to her house to take the said car after which she got possession of it.
Additionally, she notes that the defendant true to his words rented a 2-bedroom accommodation at a rental value of GHC1500 a month for her but paid only the first year leaving the outstanding 2 years' rent.
Also, she averred that the defendant started paying the agreed monthly allowance of GH3000 until July 2022 when they started having differences.
She is thus seeking among others;
An order that the defendant pays her a lump sum money to enable her to start her own business as agreed
Pay the remaining two(2) years' rent for her accommodation or pay the same amount for the remaining 2 years for an alternative accommodation
To pay the outstanding arrears of her monthly allowance of GHC3000 from July 2022 till the date of judgment
General damages against the defendant