Survey: Status Review of Commercial Court Operations in Ghana


Dear GNBCC Member

The AFH (Association of Finance Houses), GHALSAC (Ghana Association of Savings and Loans Companies), GHAMFIN (Ghana Microfinance Institutions Network) and the UPSA Law School, is supporting a status review of commercial courts in Ghana. This review has been endorsed by the Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana, His Lordship Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah.
The objectives of the review are as follows;
i. Examine the litigation processes of the commercial courts.

ii. Identify the challenges businesses face with commercial litigation.

iii. Evaluate how these challenges affect the operations of businesses and the economy as a whole.

iv. Propose recommendations for reforms in commercial litigation.

As part of this programme a survey on court users’ experiences with the Commercial Courts is being conducted. The commercial court is a specialised division of the High Court which is established to resolve legal disputes arising out of trade and commerce.

This survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. Please take your time to answer as accurately as possible.

Click here to participate


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