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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...

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...

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...

Law of Torts and Consumer Protection 0

Law of Torts and Consumer Protection

Basic •Originated from and part of Common law legal system; •Mostly developed by case laws; •Arises out of circumstances; •Part of civil law as opposed to criminal law; •An advanced view towards a civilized...

Carriage of Goods by Air 0

Carriage of Goods by Air

Regulatory Laws —International: —Warsaw Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to International Carriage by Air, 1929; —The Hague Protocol to Warsaw Convention, 1955; —The Montreal Protocol No. 4 of 1975; —Montreal Convention...

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Remedies in Tort (Damage)

Remedies in Tort (Damage) Judicial: a)Damages; b)Injunction; c)Restitution Extra Judicial: a)Self help; b)Expulsion of trespassers; c)Re-entry; d)Detention; e)Abatement of nuisance etc. Damages •A remedy given in the form of a sum of money to...

The Passport Act, 1920 0

The Passport Act, 1920

Objective —to take power to require passports of persons entering into Bangladesh Section 3: Rule making power The Govt. may make rules regarding following matters under the Act:- —prohibiting entry into Bangladesh without passport...

Specific Relief Act Bangladesh 0

Organized Crime

FBI The FBI defines organized crime as any group having some manner of a formalized structure and whose primary objective is to obtain money through illegal activities. Such groups maintain their position through the use of...

Intergenerational Equity and national application 0

Intergenerational Equity and national application

6.         Intergenerational Equity and national application In India, this principle has been considered as a part of achieving sustainable development. However, the nature of the right and how to achieve it has not been...

Sustainable Development and national application 0

Sustainable Development and national application

In India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, three basic elements of implementing sustainable development could be identified: sustainable and equitable utilisation of natural resources, integration of environmental protection and economic development and the right to development....

Procedural law 0

Procedural law

3.2.1 Procedural rights The scope of access to environmental information and public participation in the decision making is limited in these three countries with several regulations guiding the procedures of environmental impact assessment. Some...

Right to Property 0

Right to Property

A right to property implies that an owner is entitled to non-interference in the enjoyment of his property, in particular, non-interference by the Government. The individual right guaranteed through the Constitution is a private...

Right to Equality 0

Right to Equality

  The Constitution of India and Bangladesh provides that all are equal before the law and shall be accorded equal protection of the law. Equality before law means that, among equals, law shall be...

Internal and External aid to Construction 0

Internal and External aid to Construction

Internal…. Title of the Act:Intention of the Legislature Preamble: It is a key to open the minds of the makers and the mischief which they intend to redress. Powell v Kempton Park Racecorse Co...

Sources of Hindu Law 0

Sources of Hindu Law

Sources of Hindu law are of 2 kinds according to the importance – 1.Divine sources 2.Humane Sources All the sources of Hindu law may be discussed under following heads— 1.Sruti 2.Smriti 3.Nibandha or Commentaries...

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Marriage

Marriage- Concept A sacrament Not a social or legal contract An indissoluble tie A matter of religious duty for a Hindu One of “Ten Reforms” Mandatory for establishing family] Way of entering into “Garhastha...

Maintenance 0

Maintenance

Being jobless no ground to deny maintenance to wife: Delhi Court Maintenance- Definition Provision of support or livelihood. Maintenance includes in all cases- 1. food 2. clothing 3. residence 4. education 5. medical attendance...

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Hindu Law

The word Hindu is a modern word. It comes from the word Sindha which is the name of a river. In an ancient time, the Aryans came to the country round by the river...

Punishment & Capital Punishment 0

Punishment & Capital Punishment

Definition of Punishment: Garland: Punishment is the legal process whereby violations of criminal law are condemned and sanctioned in accordance with specified legal categories and procedures. Westmarck: Punishment is limited to such suffering as...

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