Isofoton SA: Supreme Court Decision Is In Our Long Term Interests. The Local representative for Isofoton SA, Mr. Forson Anane-Agyei has expressed satisfaction with the decision by the Supreme Court to put on hold all proceedings in other lower courts, with respect to the judgment debt payment to firm.
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Supreme Court Halts Payment of $1.3m Judgment Debt To Isofoton. The Supreme Court has granted an application filed by the state to freeze the payment of the judgment debt payment to Spanish firm, Isofoton. The case was filed by former Attorney General and Minister of Justice Martin Amidu, challenging a claim of $1.3 million by Spanish company Isofoton SA as […]
Isofoton SA Case: Supreme Court Resumes Sitting. The Supreme Court will resume hearing on a suit filed by former Attorney General, Martin Amidu, challenging a claim of $1.3 million dollars by Spanish company Isofoton SA as judgement debt.
Alfred Woyome Case Adjourned Due To Faulty Court Machines. The Financial Division of the Accra Fast Track High Court has adjourned to March 5, the criminal case against Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome.
NIB: $90 Million Judgment Debt Ruling Will Not Affect Operations. Management of National Investment Bank (NIB) has assured its customers that the bank’s operations will not be affected by yesterday’s $90 million judgment debt ruling.
NIB Ordered To Pay $90 million In Judgement Debts To UK Firm. An Accra Commercial Court has ordered the National Investment Bank to pay a judgment debt of over 90 million dollars to Dominion Corporate Trustees Ltd in UK.
Ayikoi Otoo: Martin Amidu Would Have Retrieved Monies Paid To Woyome. Former Attorney General, Nii Ayikoi Otoo has stated that if Martin Amidu had not been fired as AG, the GHC 51 million judgment debt paid to businessman Alfred Woyome would have been easily retrieved.
Woyome Judgement Debt Case: Martin Amidu To Appear In Court. Former Attorney General and Justice Minister Martin Amidu is heading for the Supreme Court today over his suit against his successor Benjamin Kumbuor who is now the Majority Leader as well as Waterville Holdings (BVI) Limited, Austro- Invest Management Limited and business man Alfred Woyome.
Alfred Woyome Warns Government: Don’t Discontinue Case Against Me. Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has asked government prosecutors not to consider the option of failing to discontinue the criminal case against him.
2011 Auditor General Report: GH¢218 million Spent On Judgment Debts. The 2011 Auditor General report has revealed that an amount of Gh¢ 218 million was spent on “avoidable” judgment debts.
Judgement Debts Commission: Judgement Debts “Beneficiaries Overpaid”. The Solicitor-General, Ms Amma Abuakuaa Gaisie, Wednesday confirmed that some beneficiaries of judgement debts in the past few years were overpaid, with some receiving double the amounts due them.
Judgement Debt Commission Resumes Today. The Commission of Inquiry established by President Mahama to enquire into Judgment Debt Payments and other related matters will resume public sittings on Tuesday after postponing from yesterday.