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Julius Noi Tetteyfio & Anor V. Daniel Christopher Awuku (1955) LJR-WACA

Julius Noi Tetteyfio & Anor V. Daniel Christopher Awuku (1955) LawGlobal Hub Judgment Report – West African Court of Appeal Real Property—Mortgage—Subsequent sale by mortgagor and order for specific performance and conveyance—Sale by mortgagee—Neither purchaser aware of mortgagor’sfraud—Position as between purchaser from mortgagee and purchaser from mortgagor. Facts The owner first mortgaged the property to […]

Theodore Taylor V. Bernard Tsevi Agbanavor (1954) LJR-WACA

Theodore Taylor V. Bernard Tsevi Agbanavor (1954) LawGlobal Hub Judgment Report – West African Court of Appeal Administration—Administrator selling land ultra vires—Rights, of purchaser against administrator personally.Appeals in Civil Cases—Amending judgment on appeal—W.A.C.A. Rules, 1950, rule 36. Facts The above rule provides that “The Court (of Appeal) shall have power to give any judgment and […]

Mai Sundu V. Commissioner Of Income Tax (1955) LJR-WACA

Mai Sundu V. Commissioner Of Income Tax (1955) LawGlobal Hub Judgment Report – West African Court of Appeal Income Tax Ordinance—Section 57 (4)—Appeal against assessment—Onus on appellant to prove it is excessive. Facts Section 57 (4) of the Ordinance provides that the onus of proving that the assessment complained of is excessive shall be on […]

Josiah Sobanjo V. Adesina Oke And Ogunsanya Onabote (1954) LJR-WACA

Josiah Sobanjo V. Adesina Oke And Ogunsanya Onabote (1954) LawGlobal Hub Judgment Report – West African Court of Appeal Real property—Onus on claimant—Defendant in possession. Facts The claim was (inter alia) for a declaration of title to certain land; it stated the eastern boundary as the farmland of a certain family and the southern as […]

Patent Trolls: Understanding and Dealing with the Threats to Intellectual Property Rights – Rakshit Sharma

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Patent Trolls: Understanding and Dealing with the Threats to Intellectual Property Rights In today’s fast-paced and competitive world, innovation and creativity are key drivers of economic growth and prosperity. But for many inventors, entrepreneurs, and businesses, that creativity is being threatened by a new type of predator: Patent trolls. These companies, often with no products […]