Related Rule
Sri Lanka
Practice Relating to Rule 52. Pillage
Section A. General
Sri Lanka’s Army Act (1949), as amended in 1993, punishes “every person subject to military law who … leaves the ranks or his post without the orders of his commanding officer in order to go in search of plunder, or … breaks into any house or other place in search of plunder”. 
Sri Lanka, Army Act, 1949, as amended in 1993, Section 97(2)(a) and (d).
Sri Lanka’s Air Force Act (1949), as amended in 1993, punishes “every person subject to this Act who … leaves the ranks or his post without the orders of his commanding officer in order to go in search of plunder, or … breaks into any house or other place in search of plunder”. 
Sri Lanka, Air Force Act, 1949, as amended in 1993, Section 97(2)(a) and (d).
Sri Lanka’s Navy Act (1949), as amended in 1993, punishes “every person subject to naval law who strips off the clothes of, or in any way pillages, … any person on board a vessel taken as prize”. 
Sri Lanka, Navy Act, 1950, as amended in 1993, Section 98.