The Plaintiff — Respondent herein sued the defendant(s) in the court below and claimed the following reliefs:—
1. Declaration of title
2. Recovery of possession
3. Damages for trespass and
4. Perpetual injunction—all in respect of a plot of land the plaintiff had acquired from the Sempe Stool in Accra
In time the Co-defendant also in an amended Defence and counter-claim prayed for the reliefs of Declaration of title, General Damages for trespass and perpetual injunction against the Plaintiff/Respondent. In her pleadings the Plaintiff-Respondent raised the plea of estoppel against the Defendant-Appellant.
After evidence had been received from the Plaintiff/Respondent we noticed that the learned trial Judge entered judgment in favour of the Plaintiff/Respondent for the sole reason that he felt he should uphold the plea of estoppel raised and for that reason the learned trial Judge concluded:— at p. 193 of the Record. Thus:
"I find that the Judgment in Suit No. LS 27/77 entitl…