The claims made by the petitioner against the respondent in the trial court were as follows:
“(a) That the marriage between her and the respondent be dissolved.
(b) The matrimonial home which stands in the name of the Respondent be declared as jointly owned by the parties in equal share.
(c) That the unnumbered house at Railway Quarters, Achimota which was in the name of the Respondent but built from joint contribution of the parties be declared as jointly owned by the parties in equal share.
(d) That in the alternative in the event that the Respondent has sold the unnumbered house at Railway Quarters Achimota the Petitioner be given a half share of proceeds therefrom.
(e) That the Respondent is ordered to pay a lump sum as alimony to the petitioner’s.
(f) The Respondent is ordered to pay the petitioner’s cost for the suit.
(g) Any other order(s) that this Honourable Court may deem fit.”
Unfortunately the respondent died before the commencement of trial. The substitut…