WICKREMATUNGA v. ANURUDDHA RATWATTE AND OTHERS |1998 1 SLR 201

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The petitioner was a “Dealer” in petroleum products appointed by the 2nd
respondent Ceylon Petroleum Corporation subject to terms and conditions
contained in an agreement made on 16.3.1988. He was carrying on business at
the Lanka Filling Station, Narahenpita. According to the petitioner, on 12.1.1996
agents of the Corporation arrived at the Riling Station and ordered the employees
of the petitioner to leave the premises. On hearing about it, the petitioner visited
the Riling Station when he was served with a letter stating that his appointment
as a Dealer had been terminted. The Corporation pleaded the following grounds
in defence of the termination.

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