Hindu Marriage Registration Act 2012

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Hindu Marriage Registration Act 2012: In Bangladesh, generally Hindu Marriage are governed by the Hindu Personal Laws. In Hindu Law Marriage is considered as the last of the ten sacraments. Marriage is considered as a sacred tie, which can never be broken. In 2012 Bangladesh Government has enacted the Hindu Marriage Registration Act, 2012. This […]

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Income Tax Related Laws in Bangladesh

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Income Tax Related Laws in Bangladesh: Taxes are the first and foremost sources of public revenue. Taxes are compulsory payments to Government without expecting direct benefit or return by the tax payer. Taxes collected by Government are used to provide common benefits to all mostly public welfare services. Tax revenue is generated from taxes on […]

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The Family Courts Ordinance 1985

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The Family Courts Ordinance 1985: The Family Courts Ordinance 1985 enacted to provide for the establishment of Family Courts and for matters connected therewith. The establishment of the Family Courts in Bangladesh under this Ordinance is a landmark decision of the Government, which was the long felt demand of the People. Under this Ordinance Family […]

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The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961

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The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961: The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961 enacted to give effect to certain recommendations of the Commission on Marriage and Family Laws. It is applicable to all Muslim citizens of Bangladesh. The provisions of this Ordinance shall have effect notwithstanding any law, custom or usage. In this article we will […]

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Pre-emption Under SAT Act 1950

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Pre-emption Under SAT Act 1950: The word ‘pre-emption’ was derived from Latin ‘prae’ means before and ‘empto’ or ‘emption’, which means ‘buying’. Generally Pre-emption means a right of opportunity of purchasing land in priority to other people, which is ensured by Law. Section 96 of the State Acquisition and Tenancy Act, 1950 (SAT Act) states […]

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Inheritance Under Muslim Law

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Inheritance Under Muslim Law: Inheritance refers to the devolution of property on heirs upon the death of the owner. The term Inheritance is also called Succession. In Bangladesh there is no common inheritance law for all.  Inheritance of property is governed by a Person’s religion. In this article we have discussed about only the Inheritance […]

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