Gov’t Ready To Retrieve Judgment Debts


viagra sales uk Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mrs. Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong says government has taken steps to enforce judgement of the Supreme Court of Ghana in which the state has been ordered to retrieve monies due it. buying viagra online legal

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On January 20, 2014, the Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the A-G’s office and dismissed Waterville’s application for stay of proceedings pending appeal.

With regard to the Isofotun case, Mrs. Appiah-Opong said on August 22, 2013, her office issued, in the High Court, a writ of summons and an accompanying statement of claim in a case entitled Attorney-General versus Isofoton SA of Montalban Holdings (BVI) per its lawful attorney, suit number AC709/2013.

The writ, she said, claimed the following reliefs: Recovery of the sum of the cedi equivalent of $325,572 received from the government of Ghana and any subsequent payments thereafter made so far pursuant to contracts declared null and void by the Supreme Court; interest on the aforesaid sum from the date of receipt by Isofoton S.A Montalban and costs.

She said several attempts to serve the local agent of Isofoton had been unsuccessful.

On December 3, 2013, she said, her office obtained an order to serve Isofotun and the local agent by substitution and the order was duly effected.

“On January 23, 2014, Isofotun entered conditional appearance per its solicitors, Sory@Law, and on February 6, 2014 filed a notice of motion, application for an order setting aside the plaintiff’s writ of summons and its service thereof through its lawful attorney.

“This application has been fixed for February 19, 2014. Respectfully, the matter is still pending and this office will continue to pursue it using the appropriate legal processes,” she added.