(d) a person who acts on behalf of an owner or seller under a lease or conditional purchase agreement is treated as or is considered to be a representative of the lessee or buyer; or (3) By way of derogation from paragraph 2, the court may, at the request of the lessee or the buyer, order the return of the goods to the lessee or buyer and the restructuring of the debt of payments due after the contract. (a) derogating from the powers of a lessee or buyer who recognizes ownership of the goods; (iii) to place an order for the specific delivery of a specific part of the goods to the owner or seller and for the transfer of ownership from the owner or seller to the rest of the goods to the lessee or buyer. (2) The tenant must then pay for the late measurements at the time of termination. If, at the time of payment of these instalments, the total amount paid under the contract is less than (insert here the minimum amount that the tenant must pay under sections 5 and 6 of the 1974 Act), the tenant must also pay sufficiently to offset this amount. Section 16 deals with the situation in which a tenant transfers property held under a conditional lease or sale agreement to a third party. paragraph 1 gives the third party the right to recover and/or take possession of the goods if there are two circumstances: (1) when the transfer has taken place and is effective under this Section; (2) if the tenant or buyer is late in giving the landlord or seller a right of recovery. Paragraph 2 gives the third party a right of retention under the original lease or reservation purchase contract, that is: a novation when it pays or sends, within sixty days, all sums due after the initial contract or the total amount due on three payments due and unpaid. Paragraph 3 specifies that the lessee or buyer shall be released by the third party of all sums paid in accordance with paragraph 2. Paragraph 5 sets out the commitments and powers not affected by this Section. (a) the owner or seller has no right to enforce the contract against the buyer or lessee, nor to impose a warranty contract in respect of the contract, nor to assert a right of recovery of the goods from the buyer or lessee; and (2) This Act applies to agreements entered into by or on behalf of the Republic, as is the case with all other agreements. 4. If a third party has not paid anything to the tenant or buyer or is in default with the tenant or buyer, the third party must pay the landlord or seller not only the three installments, but also what the third party owes the tenant or buyer. (f) information made public or provided in a notice in a contract notice in respect of the goods to be assigned by purchase or conditional contract of sale, on the conditions under which the goods are sold; § 19 Removal of goods from Ghana.
1. The lessee or buyer of goods under a lease or purchase of reserves may not withdraw the goods from Ghana. 2. A copy of the contract shall be delivered or sent to the lessee or buyer within fourteen days of the conclusion of the contract. (b) the right, granted to a lessee by Division 5, to terminate, exclude or restrict the tenancy agreement or to impose on a lessee, on the basis of the termination of the lease by the lessee or under this division, the liability imposed in section 6; or (b) a reasonable proportion of the goods, taking into account what the lessee has already paid. (c) the amount of money to be paid under the agreement and the date or date on which each future instalment is payable, as well as the amount of that instalment. 6. A breach of any provision of this section by the owner or seller gives the lessee or buyer the right to terminate the contract. . . .