Medico Legal Society of Sri Lanka

Medico Legal Society of Sri Lanka

The society was founded to promote forensic knowledge and to help physicians and lawyers understand each other`s views on issues of common interest. Our members are lawyers and doctors. Sri Lanka is an island nation in the Indian Ocean off the southern coast of the Indian subcontinent, whose current legal system is a combination of Roman-Dutch law modified by English law. In the country`s adversarial justice system, forensic and forensic pathology is practiced by designated government physicians who provide forensic pathology as well as clinical forensic pathology. Government physicians work closely with judges, sudden death investigators, doctors of other disciplines, police investigators, and other public servants in their forensic and forensic practice. The Government Analysts` Department is the central government laboratory that assists in forensic investigations. Various activities assist forensic experts in their professional development. In addition to the many ongoing research projects, several forensic research projects have contributed to the global forensic literature in the past. The College of Forensic Doctors of Sri Lanka and the Forensic Society of Sri Lanka are the professional forums for discussing legal and medico-legal issues within the profession. Legal and forensic experts are linked by a network of national committees, through which they contribute to the equitable administration of justice. Salgado MSL. Forensic pathology and forensic examination in Sri Lanka. Am J Forensic Med Pathol.

1986;7:137–45. Medico-legal aspects of injuries. Peradeniya: author`s publication; 2000. State-of-the-art equipment and analytical techniques are in the hands of highly experienced scientists in the molecular life sciences and provide a solid foundation for the smooth functioning of medical law practice in Sri Lanka. 12. In the event of the dissolution or dissolution of the Corporation, if assets remain after the settlement of all its debts and obligations, they shall be remitted or transferred at the discretion of the Board of Directors to a corporation or institution whose objectives are similar to those of the Corporation. at the time of dissolution or dissolution. (1) Rules 13 and 14 of the Articles of Association for General Meetings and Extraordinary General Meetings shall apply, insofar as they are not contrary to the provisions of this Act or any other written Act, as regulations issued by the company in accordance with § 7. Sarathchandra Kodikara MBBS, MD, DLM, counsel for Alwis LBL.

Praxis der Forensic Medicine – Then and Now. Sri Lanka Journal of Forensic Medicine Science and Law. 2010;1:4–9. 11. The seal of the Société may be affixed to any document only in the presence of two members of the board of directors who sign their names as a sign of their presence on the deed, and such signature is independent of the signature of a person as a witness. By Saram GS. Estimation of time of death according to medical criteria. J Forensic Med.

1957;4:47–57. 10. The Société is legally capable and capable of taking and holding movable or immovable property which may be transferred to it by purchase, gift, gift, testamentary disposition or otherwise, and all such property shall be held by the Société for the purposes of this Act and subject to the rules of the Société. with full authority to sell, pledge, rent or dispose of them. (2) The members of the first board of directors are the persons listed in the schedule to this Act. Dayapala AA, Kumar VV. Congenital cyanotic heart disease with situs inversus totalis: an autopsy case report. Am J Forensic Med Pathol. 2009;30:171–4. MAY therefore be decided by the Parliament of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka as follows: (b) The election of the office-holders, which shall be a President, two Vice-Presidents, a Treasurer, a Deputy Treasurer, two Secretaries, an Assistant Secretary, two Transaction Editors and members of the Council; (1) The affairs of the Corporation shall be governed by the provisional rules of the Corporation and shall be administered by a board composed of the number of persons provided for in these rules and elected in accordance with these by-laws.