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THE EVIDENCE ACT, 1872

…or extent of any right, liability, or disability, asserted or denied in any suit or proceeding, necessarily follows. Explanation.-Whenever, under the provisions of the law for the time being in force relating to Civil Procedure any Court records an issue of fact. The fact to be asserted or denied in… (Search hits: 428 in body, 1 in title, 1 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 17127.13)

চুক্তি আইন 0

Contract Formation – Offer And Acceptance

…that the courts have struggled with the unavoidable fact that ordinary people, let alone lawyers, do not go around saying with great precision what they are offering nor do people say with great clarity “I accept”. Instead, the likelihood is that one of the parties will be arguing that a… (Search hits: 299 in body, 1 in title, 2 in categories, 1 in tags, 1 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 12126.8)

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The Trademarks Act, 2009

…proprietor or as registered user, to use the mark; (c) certification trademark;   (9) “Civil Procedure” means the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (Act, V of 1908); (10) “name” includes any abbreviation or initials of a name; (11) “Registrar” means the Registrar referred to in section 3 of this Act;… (Search hits: 218 in body, 1 in title, 1 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 8858.86)

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Copy Right Act, 2000

…and all the provisions of said Act shall have effect accordingly: Provided that all such copies confiscated under the provisions of the said Act shall not vest in the Government but shall be delivered to the owner of the copyright in the work.     CHAPTER-14 CIVIL REMEDIES   Definition… (Search hits: 202 in body, 1 in title, 1 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 8228.9)

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The Factory At Chorzow (Claim for Indemnity) (The Merits)

…to the reparation claimed as a result of the act which has been declared by the Court not to be in conformity with the Convention. [83] The Polish Government now points out that, after Judgment No. 7 had been rendered, the Civil Court of Katowice [p33] which, under International Law,… (Search hits: 189 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 7441.44)

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THE PATENTS AND DESIGNS ACT, 1911

…in proceedings under Act Subject to any rules in this behalf, the Registrar in any proceedings before him under this Act shall have the powers of a Civil Court for the purpose of receiving evidence administering oaths enforcing the attendance of witnesses compelling the discovery and production of documents, issuing… (Search hits: 114 in body, 1 in title, 1 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 4764.1)

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Amendments of Bangladesh Constitution and Their Impacts

…pre-requisite for the success of democracy, the Constitution- provide for an independent Election Commission upon which the duty of holding election of the President and the members of Parliament was cast. Civil Service : The civil service maintains the continuity of the government and the success of the government to… (Search hits: 100 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 3937.27)

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Criminal Laws and the Constitution of Bangladesh

…although civil arrest is a drastic measure that is not looked upon with favor by the courts. The federal constitution imposes limits on both civil and criminal arrests. A constable who reasonably suspects a person of involvement in an offence may arrest that person with a view to interrogating him… (Search hits: 86 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 3386.06)

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Criminal Laws and the Constitution of Bangladesh (Part 2)

…principle emanates from the apprehension that without protection against self-incrimination, an accused would be exposed to coercion and torture. In the American jurisdiction the Fifth Amendment includes a prohibition against self-incrimination by an accused. The American Supreme Court extended this privilege to witnesses and also in civil cases. In American… (Search hits: 81 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 3189.19)

Intellectual Property Law Bangladesh 0

Assessment of Current National IP System and Enforcing Laws in Bangladesh; General Introduction

…of the profits. Besides, certain acts of infringement have been made punishable offences to be judged by criminal courts. Designs- the Patents and Designs Act, 1911 provides civil remedies for the infringement of the copyright of a registered design. The scope of IP enforcement laws: Irrespective of the format, the… (Search hits: 68 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 2677.35)

Introduction to The Law Of Contract (Only the definitions according to English 0

Introduction to The Law Of Contract (Only the definitions according to English

…  Definition A contract may be defined as a legally binding agreement or, in the words of Sir Frederick Pollock: “A promise or set of promises which the law will enforce”. The agreement will create rights and obligations that may be enforced in the courts. The normal method… (Search hits: 50 in body, 1 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 2204.87)

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Classification of Contracts

…they are made. E.g. in agreement with a minor or a person of unsound mind is void –ab-initio because a mino or a person of unsound mind is incompetent to contract. d) Voidable contract: According to section 2(i) of the Indian contract act, 1872, arrangement which is enforceable by law… (Search hits: 51 in body, 0 in title, 2 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 2086.75)

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TI Parade or Test Identification Parade

…have to arrange for the parade. They will also take all precautions as are required by the High Courts for the proper conduct of the identification without any defect or flaw in the proceedings. If the Magistrate who is empowered to hold such test identification, his identification memo. is a… (Search hits: 51 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 2008.01)

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Position of finder of goods under Contract Act

…The act of placing property in the custody and control of another person usually by agreement in which the bailee is responsible for its safe keeping and return is called bailment. Examples: bonds left with the bank, autos parked in a garage, animals lodged with a kennel, or a… (Search hits: 32 in body, 2 in title, 3 in categories, 2 in tags, 2 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 1929.26)

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Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of Bangladesh

…with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. So every person shall have the right to move freely throughout in the world. The present civilization is not closed in any special territory. In this present era of information and technology, all types of… (Search hits: 42 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 1653.66)

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Dfferent Kinds of Evidences & Witnesses under the Evidence Act

…exist in law. The first is on whom the burden rests. In many, especially Western, courts, the burden of proof is placed on the prosecution. The second consideration is the degree of certitude proof must reach, depending on both the quantity and quality of evidence. These degrees are different for… (Search hits: 36 in body, 1 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 1653.66)

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How to understand legal english

…the complex and compound sentence. Below, I give four samples. 1) This is expressed in the equitable maxim that where there is a wrong there is a remedy, a maxim which is equally supported by the civil law doctrine of bona fide. Although this sentence does not very long, it… (Search hits: 42 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 1653.65)

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Is s.138 of NI Act a misfit in modern times?

…of 1 year for committing a civil offence. The Court observes a very strict mindset in terms of bounced or dishonour cheques. At the most serious civil cases,* Warrants of Arrest are issued and bail becomes difficult to get. The operation of section 138 of the Act, 1881 cannot be… (Search hits: 31 in body, 1 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 1456.79)

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GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TORT

…Damnun Sine Injuria: This maxim means damage without Infringement of any legal right injury. By damnun is meant damage in the substantial sense of money, loss of comfort, service, health, or the like. By injuria it means a tortious act it needs not to be willful and malicious…. (Search hits: 34 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 1338.67)

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International Intellectual Property Treaties | Part – 5

…for example, that the applicant produce an extract from a register of commerce, an indication of a certain commercial activity, or evidence to the effect that the mark has been registered in the trademark register of another country.   The second phase of the trademark procedure covered by the TLT… (Search hits: 33 in body, 0 in title, 0 in categories, 0 in tags, 0 in other taxonomies, 0 in comments. Score: 1299.3)

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