This is an appeal from the judgment of the Court of Appeal, Accra dated 7th November 2013. The Plaintiff/Appellant/Respondent hereafter Plaintiff, suing as the head of family of Madam Agoe began an action before the High Court, Accra on 16th December 2010, against the Defendants/Respondents/Appellants hereafter Defendants in which he claimed the following reliefs:
a) A declaration of title to all that large tract of land or parcel situate and being at Ankwa Dobro near Nsawam in the Eastern Region and known as the property of Madam Agoe bounded on the North by Quarcoopome’s land, on the South by Baddoo’s land on the East by a road to Nsawam, on the West by the Anfran stream measuring 2300 feet on the North, 3250 feet on the South, 135 feet on the East, and 1150 feet on the West respectively.
b) Recovery of possession from the defendants’, Plaintiff’s land.
c) General and Special damages.
d) Perpetual injunction restraining the Defendants, their servants, agents, workmen and suc…