INVOKING THE CIVIL JURISDICTION OF THE GHANAIAN DISTRICT COURTS: ARE THERE ANY LIMITATIONS? By Adwoa Paintsil ESQ.
INTRODUCTION In BELEWUDZI & ORS V DZOTSI & ORS  GLR 173, Justice Sowah rightfully describes lower courts as creatures of statutes. The learned Justice states at page 175 as follows, “… all courts including inferior courts are creatures of legislation. The limit, scope and extent of their jurisdiction are structured in
ON THE USE OF DRONES – IS THERE REGULATION FOR THE NEW CRAZE IN TOWN, Alexander Bondzie Impraim Esq.
OBJECTIVE This article is aimed at drawing the attention of the public and authorities to the regulations regarding the use of drones in Ghana. INTRODUCTION Drones come in all shapes and sizes; they can be as large as a Boeing or as small as an insect. There are no boundaries a drone cannot
IN THE MATTER OF ABENA ACKAH V AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK: HAS THE SUPREME COURT GIVEN TO CEASAR WHAT BELONGS TO GOD?
INTRODUCTION The dichotomy between the Church and the State was epitomized in the words of Jesus Christ in the following text which is found in the book of Mark Chapter 12: “Later they sent some of the Pharisees and Herodians to Jesus to catch him in his words. They came to