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Jurisdiction in respect of Fundamental Rights,
Final Appellate Jurisdiction,
Consultative Jurisdiction,
Jurisdiction in Election Petitions (Presidential Election)
Jurisdiction in respect of any breach of privileges of the Parliament,
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by law vest or ordain
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This List is as of 23rd May, 2017

Daily Court List- This is the version made available by the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka & shall be subject to amendments or modifications at the discretion of the Court

Court Room 502 Date Court Room 403
HON. PRIYASATH DEP, P.C. C.J.
HON. S.E.WANASUNDERA,PC, J.
HON. PRIYANTHA JAYAWARDANE,PC J.

10.00AM on 25th May, 2017

HON. SISIRA J DE ABREW, J.
HON. UPALY ABEYRATHNE, J.
HON. ANIL GOONERATHNE, J.
FOR DELIVERY OF JUDGMENT
FOR DELIVERY OF JUDGMENT
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TO BE MENTIONED TO BE MENTIONED
1.    S.C.CHC.APPEAL NO.68/12    HC (CIVIL) NO.87/10
2.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.158/14
3.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.351/16
4.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.166/17

. 1.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.381/15
2.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.281/16     H.C.C.A.NO.21/14
FOR LEAVE TO PROCEED FOR LEAVE TO PROCEED
1.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.357/16
2.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.39/17
3.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.49/17 WITH 51/17
1.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.69/16
2.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.32/17
3.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.150/17
FOR SUPPORT FOR SUPPORT
1.    S.C.HC (CA) LA 551/14     HCCA NO.1/14
2.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.373/15
. 1.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.26/14     H.C.C.A.NO.23/12
FOR GRANTING OF LEAVE FOR GRANTING OF LEAVE
1.    S.C.SPECIAL L.A.NO.258/14      H.C.NO.590/12
2.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.368/14     H.C.C.A.NO.10/13
3.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.613/14     H.C.C.A.NO.52/09
4.    S.C.SPECIAL L.A.NO.07/15        H.C.NO.15/13
5.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.358/15     H.C.C.A.NO.32/08
6.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.369/15     H.C.C.A.NO.133/13
7.    S.C.SPECIAL L.A.NO.251/16      C.A.NO.285/06
9.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.521/16     H.C.C.A.NO.334/10
10.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.641/16     H.C.C.A.NO.106/12
1.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.196/14    H.C.C.A.NO.94/08
2.    S.C.SPECIAL L.A.NO.166/15    C.A.NO.104/99
3.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.185/15    H.C.C.A.NO.157/08
4.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.193/15    H.C.C.A.NO.09/03
6.    S.C.H.C.L.A.NO.92/16        H.C.NO.428/12
7.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.131/16    H.C.C.A.NO.81/13
8.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.473/16    H.C.C.A.NO.336/07
9.    S.C.H.C.(C.A.)L.A.NO.26/17        H.C.C.A.NO.1076/16
10.    S.C.SPECIAL L.A.NO.49/17        C.A.NO.149/13
TO BE RESUMED TO BE RESUMED
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FOR INQUIRY FOR INQUIRY
. .
FOR ARGUMENT FOR ARGUMENT
1.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.288/15   (TOP OF THE LIST)
2.    S.C.APPEAL NO.34/14     H.C.C.A.NO.477/04
3.    S.C.APPEAL NO.111/16 WITH 110/16,112/16,113/16 - H.C.C.A.NOS.17/10,16/10,18/10,19/10

1.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.661/09
2.    S.C.APPEAL NO.38/11    H.C.C.A.NO.127/05
3.    S.C.APPEAL NO.155/12    C.A.NO.286/93
4.    S.C.APPEAL NO.170/12    H.C.C.A.NO.489/07
5.    S.C.APPLICATION (F/R) NO.208/12
6.    S.C.APPEAL NO.230/14    H.C.C.A.NO.228/11

 


Hon. Chief Justice Priyasath Dep, PC

Hon. Justice Eva Wansundera, PC
Hon. Justice Buwaneka Aluwihare, PC
Hon. Justice Sisira J de Abrew
Hon. Justice Priyantha Jayawardena, PC
Hon. Justice Upaly Abeyrathne
Hon. Justice Anil Gooneratne
Hon. Justice K.T. Chithrasiri
Hon. Justice H.N.J. Perera
Hon. Justice Prasanna S. Jayawardena, PC
Hon. Justice Vijith Kumara Malalgoda, PC

 

 

 

 

 




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