Supreme Court News

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing July 25 - 27 2023

The particular cases up for consideration are civil motions, civil appeals, review motions, and a cr...

Nduom can challenge GN Bank License revocation at High Court- Supreme Court

This settles the contention as to whether the businessman was legally bound to go for arbitration pe...

Anti-LGBTQI Bill: Supreme Court dismisses injunction application against Speaker Bagbin

The plaintiff had filed a suit challenging the Speaker's direction for the anti-LGBTQI bill to be co...

Defamation against Ken Agyepong: Anas goes to SC for Certiorari

Represented by Odei Krow Esq, Anas is among others, praying the Supreme Court to bring the said High...

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing July 18-19 2023

The particular cases up for consideration are civil motions, civil appeals, chieftaincy appeals, and...

LGBTQI Bill: Punish Speaker Bagbin for disregarding you –Researcher tells SC

In a contempt summons against the Speaker of Parliament, the applicant avers that despite two substa...

Stay within your lane – Supreme Court Justices caution EOCO

These statements of caution were given by the Justices in a civil motion involving Malik Ibrahim who...

Case of child streetism: Supreme Court to deliver judgment Nov 22

Child Right International is seeking to enforce and give meaning to children's right to education, a...

CJ adjourns EC Chair's suit against Vormawor and Co to reconstitute panel

According to the panel presided over by the Chief Justice, Gertrude Torkornoo, there will be the nee...

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing July 11-13 2023

Cases up for consideration are civil motions, civil appeals, and writs...

Full judgment: Supreme Court reasoning in CDD and Others vs. Attorney General

The Supreme Court, in the opinion of Amegatcher JSC, held that the issue of leave of the Auditor-Gen...

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing July 5, 2023

Cases up for consideration are civil appeals and a civil motion...

Civil Appeal Form 6 can be issued only once -Supreme Court

This decision has therefore changed the practice in appellate courts where the registry often issues...

They spend our money, let the Assembly pay my cost: Litigant tells SC

Mr. Cubagee thus retorted that “Mr. Lords, we are all coming from Sunyani. I sat on the same bus wit...

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing June 27-28, 2023

Cases up for consideration are civil motions, and civil appeals...

SC grants James Quayson extension of time to file a review

The sole presiding judge, Justice Ernest Gaewu thus gave the applicant seven days within which to fi...

Interprete Order 43 Rule 9 of C.I.47 purposively- CJ tells counsel

The Chief Justice said this on Wednesday, June 21, 2023, when she presided on a Judicial Review case...

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing June 21-22 2023

Cases up for consideration are civil motions and civil appeals...

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing June 13-14 2023

 The particular cases up for consideration are civil motions, writs, civil appeals, and a criminal a...

In Justice Jones Dotse’s Valedictory Judgment

According to the fact of the case, a dispute arose following the death of one Rev Emmanuel Dorgbadzi...

Parliament approves Justice Gertrude Torkornoo's nomination as Chief Justice

She succeeds Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah, who retired on May 24, 2023, and will become the 15th ...

Supreme Court case diary for week commencing June 5-7 2023

Particular cases up for consideration are civil appeals, a civil motion, and a prerogative writ...

Full Judgment: Why Supreme Court declared Gyakye Quayson’s election unconstitutional

In a 35-page judgment in the opinion of Amegatcher(JSC), the apex court resolved the issues in the c...

Law that imposed restrictions during COVID-19 era unconstitutional- SC declares

The said Law, which was passed by Parliament and assented to by the President on March 21, 2020, gav...

Supreme Court declares as unconstitutional government's directive for Domelevo’s forced leave

CDD and eight other Civil Society Organizations filed a writ at the Supreme Court, challenging the c...