On 29th October 2008, the plaintiff caused her lawyer Yaw Asare Darko to issue a writ against the defendants for the following reliefs:
a. Declaration of title to all that piece and parcel of land situate at Baatsonaa, Accra and described as land containing an approximate area of 0.32 acres and bounded on the East by lessor’s land measuring 100 ft. more or less, on the West by lessor’s land measuring 100 ft. more or less, on the North by proposed road measuring 140 ft. more or less and on the South by lessor’s land measuring 140 ft. more or less.
b. An order for recovery of possession of the disputed parcel of land.
c. Damages for trespass.
d. Perpetual injunction
e. Any other equitable or other relief as shall be deemed fit and just.
In her 12-paragraphed statement of claim, the plaintiff describes herself as a retired banker and the beneficial owner entitled to the land in dispute. She claimed to have acquired the land under a Deed of Conveyance dated 20th December, 2000 …