Over the years, the Supreme Court has had to consider a number of cases about Omanisation in the private sector.
On May 4, 2011, the Supreme Court made a ruling in relation to a fundamental procedural aspect of Omani litigation.
In February 2009, the Supreme Court issued a landmark judgment as regards the legal principle of res judicata, which relates to the inability to appeal or overturn a final court judgment.
In February 2010, the Supreme Court issued an interesting judgment regarding the right of a landlord to evict a tenant from a property.
In 2003, the Supreme Court rendered a decision regarding the courts’ authority to independently review and interpret the terms of a commercial contract.