BARBARA ACKAH-YENSU, JA
This is an appeal against the Ruling of the High Court sitting in Tamale dated 25th June, 2013. The trial Court dismissed the Defendants/Appellants’ (hereinafter simply referred to as “Defendants”) application to set aside a default judgment entered in favour of the Plaintiff/Respondent (also to be referred to as “Plaintiff”) and for leave to file statement of defence and counterclaim out of time. Being aggrieved and dissatisfied with this Ruling, the Defendants have appealed on the following grounds:
1. That the Ruling is against the weight of evidence before the court.
2. That the 2nd and 3rd Defendants were improperly and unnecessarily, made parties to the suit.
3. Further grounds of appeal would be filed upon receipt of copy of the Ruling.
Defendants did not file any further grounds and so this information becomes redundant. We have described it as information because that is all it is; it does not qualify as a ground. A ground of appeal should be one which may …