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Laws of Sri Lanka


The legal framework of Sri Lanka is complex and a mixture of laws ranging from Rome, England, Holland, South India and Old Ceylon. The religious and colonial history of the nation, traced from 1505 to 1948, is the factor responsible for this rich legislative inheritance.

The Sri Lankan judicial system has the Supreme Court as the apex court of the nation followed by the Court of Appeal, High Court, District Courts, Magistrates' Courts and Primary Courts.

The Laws of Sri Lanka is intended to be the tool for both the legal community and the general public.

The object of the Laws of Sri Lanka is to make all the statutory laws of Sri Lanka in force available at one source on the internet and also on CD-ROM and in print in an updated consolidated form, to all persons interested in the laws of Sri Lanka.

The Laws of Sri Lanka is such that any Sri Lankan enactment can be searched easily on the internet chronologically as well as in alphabetical order with annotated amendments.

Subscribers to the website have access to Clean Acts and amended annotated Acts.

Blackhall Publishing publishes the consolidated laws of Sri Lanka in print, in eight hard cover volumes, on CD-ROM and online. The CD–ROM edition is published using Folio Views®.

Contents Include:
• All Acts (Clean and Amended)
• Alphabetical and Chronological Tables.

Key Benefit:
• All Acts are presented in fully consolidated and annotated form.
• Acts can be searched and printed in pdf and text formats.

Cost $500.00 for one year

Laws of Isle of Man


The High Court of Tynwald is the Parliament of the Isle of Man  and has an unlimited, but not necessarily exclusive, legislative  competence. Tynwald is of Norse origin and over 1,000 years  old, and is thus the oldest parliament in the world with an  unbroken existence. Legislation still in force dates back to  1417. 

The two branches of Tynwald, the Legislative Council and the  House of Keys, sit in their separate chambers in Douglas to  consider Bills. Bills which are passed by both branches and  then signed by a majority of each branch when sitting  together in Tynwald, and which receive Queen Elizabeth's  Royal Assent, become law in the Isle of Man.

Cost €250.00 for one year single user 
Cost €35.00 per additional user

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