The events culminating in this instant appeal have been faithfully recounted in material detail in the judgment of the Court of Appeal and also the statements of case of the parties. We do not therefore intend to set them out in extensor. Suffice to say that for a fuller and better appreciation of our judgment we will summarize the material facts and events that have led to this appeal before us.
Mr. Charles Lawrence Quist, now deceased, instituted action at the High Court, Accra, against Ahmed Danawi, for ejectment from a plot of land that was leased to him and his brother, Abdulatif Danawi, because according to him, the two of them had denied his title to the land and therefore forfeited the lease. Ahmed contested the action upon the basis that they had not denied Mr. Quist’s title, so the main issue that called for determination at the trial court was whether the two brothers had denied their landlord’s title and forfeited the lease.
The plaintiff gave evid…