KAMA license case fixed for Sep 25

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The Colombo Commercial High Court ordered the defendants, Hubert Siripala Jayakody, Seelawathi Jayakody and Rohan Ajith Jayakody, to file their objections on September 25, 2013, with regard to the alleged cancellation of the liquor license provided for Lounge Kama Colombo.

As per the agreement signed by the two parties on April 7 2010, the Plaintiff,  Kama Colombo (Pvt) Ltd nightclub, located at Sir Mohamed Macan Markar Mawatha in Colombo have been provided the premises necessary to operate the business along with the respective  liquor license.

Kama, however, claims that due to the violation of agreement by the defendants, particularly Siripala Jayakody, the company had suffered loss and damages of 300 million rupees.
Accordingly, Kama instituted its submissions to courts through its Counsel, Romesh De Silva P.C, and the courts ordered the defendants to appear in courts on August 7, 2013. Having heard the Submissions by both Counsels on the said date however, Court did not recall the notice of arrest.

A.S Parathalingam P.C with Nishakan Parathalingam, Attorney-at-Law appeared for the Defendants, instructed by M/s Paul Ratnayake Associates whilst Romesh De Silva P.C with Attorneys-at-Law, Shantha Perera and Sugath Perera appeared on behalf of the plaintiff, instructed by Attorney-at-Law,   G.G. Arulpragasam.

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