Land powers reside with central government and not with PCs, rules Supreme Court: Supreme Court in a ruling on September 26 stated that the land powers in Sri Lanka were vested with the Central Government and not with the Provincial Councils (PCs). Despite the three-judge bench delivering independent decisions on the case, the bench agreed that according to the 13th Amendment the land powers were vested with the Central Government. A three-member Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice Mohan Peiris, Justice Eva Wanasundera and Justice Sri Pavan gave the ruling when an appeal filed by the Minister of Plantation Industries was taken up. Colombo Page, September 27, 2013.

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