On February 27, 2014, the 14th Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the appellee herein, by and thru its Bishop, Presiding Elders and Pastors, filed an action of ejectment before the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court, Montserrado County, sitting in its March Term, A. D. 2014, against Mr. Philip Rambo Sayon, et. al., the appellants herein. The appellee prayed the trial court to oust the appellants out of a property claimed to belong to the African Methodist Episcopal Church and which was allegedly being claimed and occupied by the Co-appellant, Philip Rambo Sayon, along with the other Co-appellants.
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A writ of summons was issued out by His Honor J. Kennedy Peabody, Stipendiary Magistrate of the Monrovia City Court, Monserrado County, Temple of Justice, Monrovia, Liberia, against Milton and Richards, Inc. and all its tenants, appellees, occupying the building situated and lying on Carey Street, City of Monrovia, Montserrado County
On June 24, 2016, the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court, Montserrado County, sitting in its March Term A.D. 2016, rendered final judgment in favor of the movant/appellee, the Magna Diversified, Company and against the respondent/appellant, the Mandra Forestry Liberia, in an action of damages instituted by the movant/appellee. In its final judgment, the trial court ordered the respondent/appellant to pay the amount of US $2,000,000.00 (Two Million United States Dollars) as damages suffered by the movant/appellee. The respondent/appellant excepted thereto, announced an appeal and subsequently filed its bill of exceptions on July 2, 2016, which was approved by the trial judge.
This case is the second in a series of cases filed before the Supreme Court for review of decisions of the National Elections Commission denying the applications of aspirants seeking certification,
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