Four topics are discussed in this file: 1) Injunction 2) Appointment of receiver 3) Rescission of contracts 4) Cancellation of instruments Also the provisions of limitation Act is also discussed. Download this file from here:


This is the Term paper I have prepared in the 5th semester. The topic is 'Law report and its necessities'. Law report means books which contain the decisions of the higher courts of the country. There are several law reports in Bangladesh e.g. Dhaka Law Reports (DLR), Bangladesh Law Chronicles (BLC) etc. I have provided detail discussion on origin of law reports and law reports of other developed countries. I have written a guide to the new law students on how to find a case from references. Download the term paper from here:

Record of Rights ('Parcha' in Bangla)

The State Acquisition and Tenancy Act, 1950 Record of Rights S. 17 empowers the Govt. to make an order directing two matters regarding record of rights- a) that the respect of a district, part of district or local area; or b) that the record of rights made under the Bengal Tenancy Act be revised. The purpose of making these orders are: i) to acquire the interests of all rent-receivers within any district, part of district or local area; ii) to assess the compensation payable for all such interests. Particulars of the record of rights: i. name, father’s name and address of the tenant or occupant ii. the class of tenant whether proprietor, tenure-holder, raiyat etc. iii. the rent payable iv. the amount payable in respect of any rights of pasturage, forest-rights etc. v. the mode in which the rent has been fixed whether by contract or by court. vi. the rights and obligations of each tenant. vii. the special conditions and incidents, if

Court hierarchy of UK

This topic is part of the subject 'Consitutional law of UK, USA, India and Pakistan'. Some may want to do their term papers on this subject too. Download the court hierarchy of UK from here .

History of the Rules of Procedure of Parliament

History of the Rules of Procedure of Parliament Article 75(1) (a) of the Constitution of the People's Republic of Bangladesh provides that the Procedure of Parliament shall be regulated by Rules of Procedure made by it, and until such rules are made, the Procedure of Parliament shall be regulated by Rules of Procedure made by the President. Parliament adopted its own Rules of Procedure on July 22, 1974 . After change over from Parliamentary to Presidential system of Government through constitutional amendment, these rules have since been amended on seven occasions. Thereafter, Parliamentary system was revived through the Constitution (Twelfth Amendment) Act, 1991. For this purpose the Committee on Rules of Procedure set up by Parliament on November 5, 1991 with the Speaker as its Chairman, held nine meetings from December 7, 1991 to January 19, 1992 and prepared a report which recommended some amendments to the previous Rules of Procedure under Rule 265(1) of the said Rules, th

An useful site for Law students

A new website has been launched which contains several High Court Judgments in many categories. It also contains Latin terms and meanings, a law dictionary and other informations.  Address of the website: You can be a member of this site by clicking on the R egister button. Then you have to select the free membership method and continue on registration process. If you are having any problem regarding anything on that site, please let us know here. We will try to solve your problem.

Where to find laws of Bangladesh

Bangladesh Code is published with all the laws of Bangladesh. It is up to date till 2007. You can buy the 38 volume set with only 16,000 BDT and onwards. If you don't have enough money to buy the set, you can still have the access to it. Just visit this url: You will find a link to the Bangladesh Code on the first page. 

Students' Law Review

The 2nd issue of the Students' Law Review of ASA University Bangladesh is about to be published.

Rules and Procedures of the Parliament

Govt. & Politics _________________________________________________   Constitutional provisions: Article 81 (Money Bill) Money bill means a bill containing only provisions dealing with the following matters- imposition, regulation, alteration, remission or repeal of any tax; borrowing money, giving guarantee or amendment of any law of financial obligation of the Govt.; custody, payment into and from Consolidated Fund; imposition, alteration or abolition of any charge from the Consolidated Fund; receipt money, custody or audit of the account of the Consolidated Fund or Public Account;   Article 83 No tax shall be levied or collected without the authority of the Act of Parliament.   Article 84 (1) (Consolidated Fund) Consolidated Fund includes- Revenues received Loans raised Repayment of loan (interest) Presentation of bill and consent of the Parliament are required in respect of expenditure from this fund,