For Mistaken Identity Lawyer Writes Under Sheriff
Lawyer ABD Bangura Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Sierra Leone has written a strong worded letter to the Under Sheriff of Law Court that his services has been retained by one Alieu Denkeh on whose instruction he writes concerning a case of mistaken identity for a piece of land situated off the main motor road, Allen town which is registered as number: 1305 at page 32 of volume 558 in the record book of conveyances lodge at the office the Administrator and Register General Roxy Building Freetown.
The lawyer advanced that his client was shocked at the site of a notice of writ of Feri Fascias dated 25th July 2014 but affixed on his property on September 9th 2014 to be put on public auction on October 25th 2014 on an instruction when he is unfamiliar with the plaintiff, Zenith Bank, in an action entitled FTCC 14/13 2013 B. NO. 14.
The lawyer pointed out that, there are obvious and striking differences between his client’s property to that of the one on sale as embodied by the notice plastered on his client’s property. Mr. Bangura advised that they should be mindful that his client has suffered huge embarrassment from his family and community where he has built his repetition over the years.
In another related development, the Under Sheriff Fatta Deen Gabriel, has replied to lawyer ABD Bangura thanking him for his letter dated 10th October 2014 and addressed to his office on the above matter.
“Sir I have cross check my records against the records that you attach to your said letter, I noticed that: the identity of your client is too similar to the identity of the person against whom judgment was obtained.
The survey plan attached to your clients conveyance is also too similar to one of the three documents titled submitted in respect of the properties that Zenith Bank has obtained leave to sell to recover some of their money owed by one Alieu Denkeh at (SEA LAND INVESTMENT ) to ZENITH BANK”, the letter reads.
He continued that it is also on their file two judgments against one Alieu Denkeh, one at the FAST TRACK commercial Court and another at the High Court.
I am further informed by Zenith Bank (SL) limited that: one Alieu Denkeh a customer attached at the bank took one of its staff to the premises to show him the property in question.
At the time when the action commenced the papers were actually served on one Alieu Denkeh at the very premise with the presence of his father.
Until I have evidence to the contrary or there is a Court order to stay off the execution, I am afraid my bailiff will proceed with the sale.
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