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EMMANUEL K. OWUSU AMOAH AND 6 Ors. v. GENERAL LEGAL COUNCIL & 3 Ors.

(2019) JELR 107231 (HC)

High Court  •  HR/069/2019  •  20 Jun 2019  •  Ghana

Coram
GIFTY AGYEI ADDO.

Judgement

RULING

ADDO J.

On 13th June, 2019, the Plaintiffs/Applicants (hereinafter called the Plaintiffs) caused a writ of summons to be issued against the Defendants/Respondents (hereinafter called the Defendants) for the following reliefs:

a. A declaration that the release of results from Plaintiffs remarking application twelve (12) weeks after the application was made is contrary to section 41 of the student's handbook of the Ghana School of Law dated 24th October, 2018.

b. A declaration that the notice directing Plaintiffs to register for supplementary exams within a three day period after the release of remarking results is in the circumstance unfair, unreasonable, an abuse of discretion and in contravention of Article 23 of the 1992 Constitution and the Wednesbury principle of reasonableness.

c. A declaration that the commencement of exams ten days after the release of Plaintiffs‟ Remarking results is unfair, unreasonable, an abuse of discretion and in contravention of Article 23 …

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