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Constitutional Supremacy 0

Constitutional Supremacy

Introduction No country can realize the ideal of stable and prosperous polity without an efficient and independent judiciary. The role of judiciary in Bangladesh in up holding the Constitution and rule of law has...

Anwar Hussain Vs. Bangladesh (8th Amendment Case) 0

Anwar Hussain Vs. Bangladesh (8th Amendment Case)

The case of Anwar Hussain .Vs. Bangladesh popularly known as 8th Amendment case is a historic judgment in the constitutional history of independence Bangladesh. This is the first judgment whereby the Supreme Court of Bangladesh as...

The Significance of the Preamble of Bangladesh Constitution. 0

The Significance of the Preamble of Bangladesh Constitution.

Introduction: The preamble to the Constitution of Bangladesh is the introductory statement that sets out the guiding purpose and principles of the document. The preamble is not an integral part of the constitution in the sense that it is...

An analysis of the interpretation of Law of Writs by the Supreme Court of Bangladesh 0

An analysis of the interpretation of Law of Writs by the Supreme Court of Bangladesh

In this dissertation, some of the Principles of Writs have been discussed, which are found in the decisions of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. A thorough analysis of the Law of Writs and its...

Some Important Case Analysis on Writs in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh 0

Some Important Case Analysis on Writs in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh

Case Reference-1 4.1. The 5th Amendment: The Moon Cinema Case Constitution has a body as well as a psyche. Physically it is the accumulation of fundamental rules but psychologically it is the harbor of...

General Concepts of Writs 0

General Concepts of Writs

2.1. Definition of Writ                                                                                                       Writ means a written document by which one is summoned or required to do or refrain from doing something. 1  A writ is remedial right for the enforcement of substantive law....

Law of Writs in Bangladesh and its Interpretation in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh . 0

Law of Writs in Bangladesh and its Interpretation in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh .

Law means any Act, Ordinance, Order, Regulation, bye law, notification or other legal instrument and any custom or usage having the force of law. Law is enacted for the benefit of mankind.1 Law is such...

“Once a mortgage, always a mortgage”. 0

“Once a mortgage, always a mortgage”.

Introduction The concept of mortgage has its foundation on the English common law principle once a mortgage always a mortgage. The idea behind this principle is that in a transaction of mortgage the mortgagor...

Doctrine of “Pacta Sunt Servanda” 0

Doctrine of “Pacta Sunt Servanda”

It is a doctrine borrowed from the Roman and its Latin meaning is “agreement must be kept” It has been adopted as a basic principle for governing treaties in international law. Article-26 of the Vienna Convention on...

Consequences of Non-Recognition of a State 0

Consequences of Non-Recognition of a State

According to International Law: 1. A non-recognised state cannot sue in the courts of the state which has not recognised. Example: “Russian Socialist Federal Soviet Republic vs Cibraria” 2. The unrecognized state neither establish...

Factor vs Lubenheimer 0

Factor vs Lubenheimer

Principle: specific offence for which the extradition is sought for must be an offence in the state requesting for extradition and the state extradited accused. Fact: proceedings were taken by the British authorities for...

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USA vs Rauscher

Principle: when an accused is extradited the the receiving state must try him for that specific offence for which his extradition was sought for. This is called the Rule of Specialty. Facts: Respondent, a citizen...

By which Act/Order Bangladesh adopt Pakistani laws. 0

By which Act/Order Bangladesh adopt Pakistani laws.

It was impossible to make law over night after independence of Bangladesh, So, we adopt most of the existing laws from  Pakistan. It is a general method like  other countries. we adopt  the law...

Reasons for which some jurists do not regard International Law as true law 0

Reasons for which some jurists do not regard International Law as true law

1. Under international law, there is no impartial tribunal which can adjudicate upon the disputes between the states having binding force or authority. 2. It cant be termed as true law as there is...

Principles of the case “Jibendra Kishore Vs Province of East Pakistan” [1957 9 DLR (SC) 21] 0

Principles of the case “Jibendra Kishore Vs Province of East Pakistan” [1957 9 DLR (SC) 21]

one principle says about the properties which can be acquired by the government: “state can acquire wakf and debutter property like other properties and they only have to qualify and restrict such acquisition in...

Differences between Company and Partnership 0

Differences between Company and Partnership

The major differences between a company and partnership are as follows: 1. As to definition: a Company may be defined as an association of a number of persons, formed for some common purpose. It has a...

Defining Immovable Property under Registration Act(1908) in context of Bangladesh 0

Defining Immovable Property under Registration Act(1908) in context of Bangladesh

Immovable property is defined in at least three Bangladeshi enactments namely, The General Clauses Act, Transfer of Property Act and the Registration Act. Under Section-3 of Transfer of Property Act, it simply says that, “immovable property does not include...

Differences between Serial Killer and Mass Killer 0

Differences between Serial Killer and Mass Killer

* serial killers kill several people over a period of several days, weeks, months and even years. On the other hand mass killers kill several peoples in a matter of hours. * serial killers...

Defining Criminology 0

Defining Criminology

The word “Criminology” came from the Latin term “crimen” which means crime or accusation and Greek term “logos” which means science or study. The term “Criminology” was first coined by Italian law professor Raffael Garofalo in...

Defining Crime 0

Defining Crime

Crime is an act which violates criminal law or norms of a society and is subject to punishment. From the above definition we can see that crime can also be defined in legal and...

Which document are not required to be compulsorily registered? 0

Which document are not required to be compulsorily registered?

Any document not required to be registered under Section-17 specifically in Section-17(2) of Registration Act(1908) may also be registered under this Act. [ This provision is specifically mentioned in Section-18 of the Registration Act(1908)] In the case...

How far the Constitution of Bangladesh recognises the aboriginal citizens and their land rights of Bangladesh? 0

How far the Constitution of Bangladesh recognises the aboriginal citizens and their land rights of Bangladesh?

There is no special provision preserving the aboriginals minorities rights. Except State Acquisition & Tenancy Act 1950, there arent many laws in Bangladesh that directly or indirectly address aboriginal peoples. Very few Articles of Bangladesh constitution refer...

Whether Hong Kong is a city or state? 0

Whether Hong Kong is a city or state?

The answer isnt simple as it may seem. With its own money, passport and legal system Hong Kong isnt quite Chinese but Chinese flags flying from its building and Beijing appointing its chief executive...

How human rights has been violated in the context of the land rights of the aboriginals in Bangladesh? 0

How human rights has been violated in the context of the land rights of the aboriginals in Bangladesh?

Human right is indispensable rights of every human being. Its nature is inherent; it cannot be alienated or cannot be obtained by power or force. The concept of human rights has been established on...

সরকারের চলতি মেয়াদেই নিরাপদ খাদ্য আইন 0

সরকারের চলতি মেয়াদেই নিরাপদ খাদ্য আইন

সরকারের চলতি মেয়াদেই নিরাপদ খাদ্য আইন পাস করা হবে। মন্ত্রিসভা আইনটির নীতিগত অনুমোদন দিয়েছে। আইনি মতামতের (ভেটিং) জন্য তা আইন মন্ত্রণালয়ে পাঠানো হয়েছে। মন্ত্রিসভার পরবর্তী যেকোনো সভায় আইনটি উপস্থাপন করা হবে এবং সংসদের আগামী...

USA Seperation of power 0

USA Seperation of power

—Separation of powers is a political doctrine originating from the United States Constitution, according to which the legislative, executive and judicial branches of the United States government are kept distinct in order to prevent...

United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) 0

United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP)

—The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is an international institution (a programme, rather than an agency of the UN) that coordinates United Nations environmental activities, assisting developing countries in implementing environmentally sound policies and...

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