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Oct 05 2012 (FN)

Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd Vs. Pituwana Liyanage Shantha Chan ...

Court : Sri Lanka Supreme Court

Decided on : Oct-05-2012

..... the employer. under the current system of law in sri lanka, the author is not encouraged to create works outside the ambit of the employment contract or terms of work commissioned out of fear of losing rights to the work. this disincentive, in the future, could lead to lack of journalistic ..... them or the copyright expires. consistent with section 17(3) of the code, which refers to photographs taken in the course of employment under a contract of service, the berne convention also deems that the photographer is the sole owner of the copyright in a work upon its creation, in so ..... 17(3) of the code discusses works created in the course of employment indicating that where in the course of the author's employment under a contract of service or work commissioned, the rights in section 10 will be transferred to the employer or commissioner, where terms to the contrary are not stipulated ..... would require the ascertainment of new facts - this is especially so with respect to the question of the respondent's capacity to consent, as the contract of employment between the respondent and "aththa" newspapers was not an issue at the time of trial. it is well established that appellate review is ..... did not stipulate that the respondent would retain ownership of them, the appellant's failure to introduce or request the introduction of the contract between respondent and "aththa" newspapers into evidence for review, precluded the high court from being able to determine whether section 17(3)'s presumption was met .....

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Mar 05 2012 (FN)

Surendra Das and Others Vs. G. Jeevananthan David and Others

Court : Sri Lanka Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-05-2012

suresh chandra j, this is an appeal from an order of the court of appeal dated 27th march 2009 refusing an application made by the petitioner respondent petitioner appellant (hereinafter referred to as the appellant) to the court of appeal by raising a preliminary objection that the defendant- petitioners respondents (hereinafter to referred to as the respondents) had not averred in their petition that they have not previously invoked the jurisdiction of the court of appeal in respect of the subject matter of the application before the court of appeal and further that the respondents had not filed certain material documents with its petition nor reserved the right to tender the said documents at a later stage. the learned district judge of horana made an order dated 30th november 2006 to issue an interim injunction restraining the defendants from selling, transferring, mortgaging or leasing the property described in the schedule to the plaint of the said action in the district court and being aggrieved by the said order the respondents filed an application for leave to appeal to the court of appeal to set aside the said order of the learned district judge. at the hearing of the application for leave to appeal the learned presidents counsel appearing for the appellant raised a preliminary objection that the defendants have failed to aver in their petition that they have not previously invoked the jurisdiction of the court of appeal and to produce material documents .....

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Feb 03 2012 (FN)

M.R. Ranasinghe Vs. Kotagala Plantations Limited

Court : Sri Lanka Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-03-2012

..... as the petitioner) was originally an employee of the sri lanka state plantations corporation from october 1975 .consequent to the privatization of the plantations from 22nd june 1992 the petitioners contract of employment was vested with the respondent - respondent -respondent (hereinafter referred to as the respondent). as specified in the terms and conditions of the gazette notification, bearing no720/2 and ..... spelt out a guideline for the labour tribunal and the courts to follow in the event such situations arise. as equity must operate with regard to both parties in a contract of employment, it is important to note that contribution to ones own dismissal in the form of misconduct could justify termination of his services by the employer. this however does .....

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Jan 31 2012 (FN)

Prof. Hapugahange Ranjith Wimalanath Dharmaratne and Others Institute ...

Court : Sri Lanka Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-31-2012

..... fr application no. 73/07 have sought inter alia, an order from this court quashing the decision contained in the memorandum dated 19th january 2007 (p11) not to extend their contracts of service beyond 18th february 2007, it is relevant to note that the said decision was taken by the board of governors of ifs at a meeting held on 18th ..... 12(1) of the constitution, through certain decisions taken by the institute pertaining to the continuity of their contracts of service at ifs. when the first of these applications, namely, sc fr application no. 73/2007 was taken up for support on 28th march 2007, after hearing submissions of ..... was a very distinguished scientist who had functioned as the director of ifs from 6th may 1998 up to 5th may 2008. they were all employed at the ifs on contract basis, and in their petitions filed in this court in terms of article 126(1) of the constitution, they complain of violations of their respective fundamental rights guaranteed by article .....

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