A lawyer has asked for urgent hearing of his petition to cancel the government's decision on grounds that it has caused problems for common citizens.
Sangam Lal Pandey argues that people were not given enough time to prepare for the big move. He also wants the court to ask the Centre to give more time to citizens to exchange their old notes.
The decision, Mr Pandey said, has affected emergency services in the country and would badly affect those who have withdrawn a large amount of money for weddings or farmers who have harvested their crop.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a sudden address to the nation, announced the scrapping of the two highest currency notes, which led to a late-night scramble to ATMs. PM Modi said the government had declared a "decisive" war against black money and corruption.