Collector of Madura vs. Moottoo Ramalinga Sethupathy (Ramnad case) Reference: 12 M.I.A. 397 (1868) Fact: When the Zamindar of Ramnad died, he left without any son. So, after his death, his estate vested on her wife Rani Parvathavardhinini. After … [Continue reading] about Ramnad case: Clear proof of usage will outweigh the written text of the Hindu law
Abul Kalam Azad vs. State Reference : 61 DLR (2009) 91 Facts : At the instance of the accused petitioner Abul Kalam Azad this rule is issued for quashing the proceedings of Metro Sessions Case No. 152 of 2007 arising out of … [Continue reading] about Single notice for several dishonoured cheques is not acceptable
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: History of Consumer Rights Chapter 3: Present Condition of Consumer Protection in Bangladesh Chapter 4: Legal Mechanisms to Protect Consumer Rights in Bangladesh Chapter 5: Practical Approach to … [Continue reading] about CONSUMER RIGHTS IN BANGLADESH: A CRITICAL STUDY
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 … [Continue reading] about Jafar Ullah vs Bangladesh
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 … [Continue reading] about FLAG STATE’S DUTIES FOR ENSURING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SAFETY RULES
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 … [Continue reading] about ‘Reasonable Expectations of Honest Men’ should be Protected in Insurance Law?