J U D G M E N T
LOVELACE-JOHNSON (MS.) JSC:-
The background to this case is that the plaintiff gave some money to the defendant per three agreements to be repaid with interest charged thereon. The defendant defaulted on the repayment terms. Cheques given by the defendant to defray amounts due were dishonoured so the plaintiff made a report to the police where some agreement was reached. According to the defendant, it was agreed that he would only pay the principal amounts and be discharged from all liability. According to the plaintiff, what the defendant paid upon being reported to the police was some of the interest. Failure to recover the amounts allegedly due him led to his lawyers sending a demand letter to the Defendant and him filing a writ on 20th June 2016.
On the 21st day of June 2019, the high court sitting at Koforidua in the Eastern region gave the plaintiff judgment on his claims for
(a) A declaration that as at 30th April 2016 the defendant owed the plaintiff…