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101
Asian Consumer Care (Pvt.) Limited, represented by its Director, Rakesh Kumar Agrawal of South Breeze Square (5th Floor), 52 Gulshan Avenue, Gulshan, Dhaka-1212. VS Marico Limited
• “Mark” and “Trade Mark” clarified.
• The goodwill of a product having customer connection is protected under the trade mark law. However, such protection cannot be given in respect of a particular colour or shape of bottle if it is found that such colour or shape has already acquired a common use in respect of a particular type of products.
• The test in a passing-off case is to determine whether the alleged product is confusingly similar.
102
হিউম্যান রাইটস এন্ড পিস ফর বাংলাদেশ বনাম বাংলাদেশ ও অন্যান্য
103
Jahanara Begum died her heirs- Md. Asraf Hossain alias Babul and others VS Monira Begum and others
• A ‘pardanashin lady’ in our sub-continental social context is a lady who lives secluded life and deals with the external world from behind her pardah or screen with any male person except a few male relations.
• The lady in question was educated and employed under the family planning department and as such she was not a pardanashin lady as understood in our social context.
104
Md. Mostafizur Rahman VS Ms. Amin Maria and others
• The term “Arbitration Agreement” under Section 2(n) read with the explanation to Section 9 of the Arbitration Act, 2001 may, in a given context, refer to a relationship between parties beyond the said agreement.
• A reference in a written contract as regards a document containing arbitration clause itself may constitute an arbitration agreement.
105
Anti-Corruption Commission Vs. The State and others
106
Durnity Daman Commission Vs. Ismail Chowdhury Samrat and others
107
Md. Atiqur Rahman, Director, Jamuna Bank Limited and Chairman, Standard Group Limited and Standard Stitches Limited and another Vs. Bangladesh, represented by the Secretary, Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs and others.
108
Standard Stitches Limited, represented by its Chairman Md. Atiqur Rahman and another Vs. Bangladesh, represented by the Secretary, Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs and others.
109
Mrs. Mohsina Rahman Vs. A.K.M. Zakaria Hossain Chowdhury and another
• “Party” in arbitration agreement has been clarified.
• In view of the development-agreements in question, the term ‘party’ in an arbitration proceeding has to be given an extended meaning in view of the provisions under Section 2 of the Arbitration Act, 2001 and as such the term ‘party’ shall include the purported real owner behind the scene.
110
Dr. Muntassir Uddin Khan Mamoon alias Muntassir Mamoon Vs. Begum Munnujan Sufian (M.P.) and others
• If a relief sought in plaint is apparently barred by limitation, such relief may be struck-out on an application under Order VII, rule 11 of the Code of Civil Procedure.
111
Mohammad Shishir Manir and others Vs. Chairman, Anti-Corruption Commission and others.
112
Durnity Daman Commission Vs. Dr. S.M. Nazmul Huq and another
113
মোহাম্মদ জহিরুল ইসলাম বনাম বাংলাদেশ সরকার ও অন্যান্য
114
Accom Travels and Tours Limited, represented by its authorized person Md. Humayun Kabir Vs. Oman Air S.A.O.C and others.
Larger Bench Decision (Arbitration Matter):

• In view of the provisions under Sections 3(1) and 3(2) of the Arbitration Act 2001, the provisions of the said Act, except the provisions under Sections 45, 46 and 47, are not applicable in respect of an arbitration where the seat of such arbitration is in a foreign country. Thus, the provisions under Sections 7, 7A and 10 cannot be invoked in such a case except that the power of the Court concerned to take interim measures under Section 7A of the said Act may only be invoked at the stage of enforcement of foreign arbitral award.

• In spite of such non-applicability, the Court below should have stayed the further proceedings of the said suit in exercise of its inherent power under Section 151 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908;
115
Sadrul Huq being dead his legal heirs Ziaul Haque and others. VS Farhana Firdousi and another.
• Anyone can undertake to pay dower on behalf of husband in Muslim marriage;
• Any valid property, cash or valuables may take the form of dower under Muslim Law;
• Landed properties may be recovered as dower by filing suit before the Family Court as established under the Family Court Ordinance, 1985.
116
South East Bank Limited VS Md. A.S. M Rubaiyat Forman and others.
• The interest of auction purchaser pre-exists the auction sale and as such he is entitled to challenge auction sale under Order XXI, rule 90 of the Code of Civil Procedure to correct any mistake or fraudulent act.
117
Md. Anower Hossain VS M.A. Nasir and others.
• Civil revision not maintainable against interlocutory orders passed by the Vested Property Return Tribunal or Appellate Tribunal;
• Single bench decision in Surotunnessa case, 68 DLR-463 on maintainability of civil revision is not correct.
118
A.S.M. Mahadi Hassan Vs. The Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and others
119
Dr. Shahidul Alam Vs. Bangladesh represented by the Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs and others.
120
Dipok Guho Roy and another vs. the Government of Bangladesh and others
Regarding the application of the limitation Act in filing application under Section 10(1) of the Arpita Shampatti Prattarpan Ain, 2001.
121
Haji Md. Salim (Ex. M.P.) - Versus- The State and another
Conviction and Sentence Under Section 27(1) of the দুর্নীতি দমন কমিশন আইন, ২০০৪.
122
Md. Moshiar Rahman vs. Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh represented by the Secretary, Ministry of Public Administration, Bangladesh Secretariat, Ramna, Dhaka and others
Regarding to ascertain the age of the petitioner who is a government employee on the basis of the Secondary School Certificate.
123
Priyanka Printing and Publications and others vs. the Government of Bangladesh and others
Regarding an amendment made vide Corrigendum Notice in invitation for tender so far as it relates to inserting new terms and conditions in the Corrigendum Notice under the Head of Production Capacity of the Machinery.
124
Eriko Nakano Vs. Bangladesh and others
Thus, in respect to the applicability of the “Comity of Courts” it is our considered view that the Child’s welfare and well being should be considered first and the above proposition of law should not be applied in each and every case mechanically without considering the well being and welfare of the minors.
125
বেঙ্গল হারিকেন ডাইং এন্ড প্রিন্টিং (প্রা:) লিমিটেড বনাম আল-আরাফা ইসলামী ব্যাংক ও অন্যান্য
126
এনজেড ফেব্রিকস লিমিটেড বনাম সাউথ ইস্ট ব্যাংক লিমিটেড ও অন্যান্য
127
Qazi Anwar Hossain vs. the Government of Bangladesh
Regarding infringement of copyright in violation of sections 81 and 92 of the Copyright Act, 2000.
128
Md. Afzal Hossain and others vs. The Government of Bangladesh and others
Regarding the promotion, seniority and other connected matters of the employees of Gas Transmission Company Limited (GTCL).
129
Md. Khalid Ahammed Khan and others vs. the Government of Bangladesh and others
Regarding the seniority in the service of the petitioners in view of Regulation 13(2) of the BAPEX employees service Regulations, 2002.
130
Omer Ali Vs Government of Bangladesh and others
Overseas visit by government officials; Held: Prior permission to be obtained not only from parent Ministry, but also from Ministry of Public Administration and Ministry of Finance.
131
Md. Mahboob Murshed Vs Bangladesh and others
Rule 300 (a) of Bangladesh Service Rules, Forfeiture of Pension. Held: Unconstitutional
132
Md. Ifekhar Arif and another vs. The Government of Bangladesh and others
Regarding the absorption of the petitioners as Teachers of the Chittagong University
133
Tamanna Ferdous -vs- Government of Bangladesh and others
শিশুদের অভিভাবকত্ব ও হেফাজত সম্পর্কে মামলাগুলো এতো দীর্ঘ সময় ধরে চলমান থাকা দুঃখ ও হতাশাজনক এবং ন্যায়-নীতির পরিপন্থী। এসকল মামলাসমূহ দ্রুত নিষ্পত্তি হওয়া বাঞ্ছনীয়। এমতাবস্থায়, সংবিধানের অনুচ্ছেদ ১০৯ অনুযায়ী দেশের সকল পারিবারিক আদালতসমূহকে শিশু সন্তানদের অভিভাবকত্ব ও হেফাজত সম্পর্কিত মামলাসমূহ যাতে মামলা দায়েরের ৬(ছয়) মাসের মধ্যে নিষ্পত্তি করা সম্ভব হয় সে বিষয়ে নির্দেশনা প্রদান করা হলো। পারিবারিক অধ্যাদেশ ১৯৮৫ এর ধারা-১৯ অনুযায়ী পারিবারিক আদালত-কে অবমাননা করা হলে অবমাননাকারীকে মাত্র দুইশত টাকা জরিমানা করার বিধান রয়েছে। সময়ের বাস্তবতায় পারিবারিক আদালত অবমাননায় শাস্তির এই বিধানটি সংশোধন করে আরো কঠোর করা বাঞ্ছনীয়। এক্ষেত্রে সিভিল জেল এবং পর্যাপ্ত জরিমানার বিধান প্রণয়ন সময়ের বাস্তবতা।
134
Islam Prodhan and another vs. The Government of Bangladesh and others
with the introduction of Rules, 2015 the question of Section 5 of the limitation Act, 2006 shall have clear application in filing of appeal before the Labour Appellate Tribunal.
135
Hasina Jamshed and another vs. The Government of Bangladesh and others
The provisions in respect of revocation of power of attorney in Section 6 manifestly express that other then the discretion of revocation of power of Attorney by the executor there are some other added grounds equally applicable for revocation of power of attorney.
136
মোহাম্মদ হুমায়ুন কবির ও অন্যান্য বনাম বাংলাদেশ সরকার ও অন্যান্য
137
Lt. Commander (Retd.) Md. Moslem Uddin VS The State and others
138
দুর্নীতি দমন কমিশন বনাম পার্থ গোপাল বনিক এবং অন্য
আমাদের বলতে দ্বিধা নেই যে, জেলা জজ পর্যায়ের একজন বিচারকের কাছ থেকে এ ধরনের আচরন ও কর্ম প্রত্যাশিত নয়। তাঁর এ ধরনের আদেশ উচ্চ আদালতের প্রতি অবজ্ঞা এবং যা আদালত অবমাননার সামিল। হাইকোর্ট বিভাগ ইতিপূর্বে আসামীর জামিন নাকোচ করে দ্রুত মামলার নিঃষ্পত্তির নির্দেশ দিয়েছিল। বিজ্ঞ বিচারক আসামীকে জামিন প্রদান করে হাইকোর্টের আদেশ-কে অবজ্ঞা (flout) করেছেন।
139
Sabbir Sheikh Vs. The State and another
The facts of non-reporting about the alleged marriage by the accused-appellant to the concerned Nikah Registrar under section 5(2) of Muslim Marriages and divorces (Registration) Act, 1974, making sexual relationship with the informant with her consent pretending to be his valid wife and his subsequent refusal to recognize the marriage ipso facto suggest that the accused-appellant had an initial intention to deceive her and to fulfil his ill desire he made sexual relationship with the informant in the name of a fake marriage. The above fact also suggests that the accused appellant with a false promise to register the marriage intentionally mislead the victim and convinced her with a falsehood for obtaining her consent to make sexual intercourse with him which is obviously a “deceitful means” as per the Explanation of section 9(1) of the Ain, 2000 and thus, he prima facie committed offence of rape punishable under section 9(1) of Nari-O-Shishu Nirjatan Daman Ain, 2000.
140
Belayet Hosen -Vs- Anti Corruption Commission and others.
Without the permission of the Court concerned no one, even the Commission has got any power to pass any order of freezing or attachment or to impose any restrictions with regard to a property of a citizen of the country allegedly to have been acquired by illegal means i.e. `crime acquired property`.
141
Anti-Corruption Commission VS Md. Zahirul Islam and another
142
Shantanu Barua and others-Versus-The State and another
143
Abul Hasan- Versus-Keramot Mollah and others
144
Md. Habibur Rahman and others-Versus-The State
145
ন্যাশনাল মেডিক্যাল এসোসিয়েশন অব বাংলাদেশ ও অন্যান্য বনাম বাংলাদেশ সরকার ও অন্যান্য
146
Sumaiya Tanvir @ Ayesha Panni and others- Versus- The State and another
147
Md. Abdul Latif Bhuiyan- Versus- The State and another
148
Mirza Abbas VS The State and another
149
Md. Habibur Rahman Liton- Versus- Md. Anisur Rahman Badal
150
Ismat Ara Begum-Vs-Mahmuda Islam and others
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