SYMPOSIUM

CONSUMER RIGHTS IN BANGLADESH: A CRITICAL STUDY

ABSTRACT Bangladesh is a small country with a huge population. Most densely populated country with a large number of consumers. Consumer means the person who use or consume any product or goods in exchange of price .Though Bangladesh achieved independent 45 years back but it can’t reach in a mentionable level in protecting consumer right. […]

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Jafar Ullah vs Bangladesh

Reference : 66 DLR (2014) 380 Facts : Jafar Ullah the petitioner is the Area Chief of Naogaon Muktijodhya Welfare Club, a local branch of Bangladesh Muktijodhya Welfare Club. On 1-6-2013 he entered into a lease-agreement with Bangladesh Muktijodhya Welfare Club under which the Welfare Club gave him permission to conduct indoor games including Nipun […]

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FLAG STATE’S DUTIES FOR ENSURING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SAFETY RULES

ABSTRACT The principle of flag state jurisdiction, which is Predominant in the maritime law, is based on the assumption that the ship is floating part of the flag state’s territory thus arise flag state’s duties for ensuring the implementation of the safety rules. Consequently, this would be Quasi-territorial jurisdiction. The Flag State’s jurisdiction is undeniably linked […]

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‘Reasonable Expectations of Honest Men’ should be Protected in Insurance Law?

Abstract This article aims to define the doctrine that “reasonable expectation” (“RE”) of an honest man must be protected and explore its necessity in the common law countries. This article would include a comparative critical analysis on whether existing common law mechanisms are self-sufficient to protect the policyholders’ rights who are in a less advantageous […]

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Editor Banglabazar Partica vs District Magistrate & Deputy Commissioner, Naogaon

  Reference : 6 MLR (HD)01(2001) Facts : In Editor Banglabazar Partica vs District Magistrate & Deputy Commissioner, Naogaon an woman named Sahida, wife of Saiful of village Atitha within Kirtipur Union Parishad under Sadar Upazilla of Naogaon, was forced to marry her husband’s paternal cousin Samshul on so-called fatwa by Hazi Azizul Huq that […]

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Reparatory System of Justice: International and Bangladesh context

Introduction: Reparatory System of Justice is a part of transitional justice process[1]. Transitional justice ensures the human rights and also gives importance in stable social mechanism. This justice process helps the society to become oppression free and stable. Reparatory system is also a way which paves the way of the transitional justice to achieve its […]

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Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act 1995: An Analysis & Review

Abstract: Environmental Laws are for the conservation and protection of the environment and ecology. These laws lay down the rights and duties of citizens and public agencies in consonance with the global call for a healthy environment. Environmental laws existed in the country right from the 19th century; although they remained either unenforced to a […]

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