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Mosammat Monowara Begum and others ......petitioners -Versus- Abul Hossain and others ......opposite parties Mr. Md. Humayun Kabir with Ms. Tasmin Akhter, Advocates ...... for the petitioners Ms. Preyanka Mohalder, Advocate ...... for opposite party 2
In the order the appellate Court passed on 05.11.2019, it is found that the instant petitioners filed an application therein under Order 6 Rule 17 of the Code for amendment of the plaint which was neither allowed nor rejected expressly but the next date of the appeal was fixed for delivery of judgment. I have perused the application for amendment of the plaint and the relevant order of the appellate Court. It appears that the District Judge heard the application on 05.11.2019 but fixed next date of the appeal to 21.11.2019 for delivery of the judgment which means that it virtually rejected the application for amendment of plaint. Though, it was the duty of the appellate Court to pass a speaking order on the application but he did not do so. Even the application for amendment of plaint was allowed by the appellate Court, the present suit for declaration of title would have been turned into a suit for declaration of title and partition, because the word- “Ges ev`xc‡¶i `vweK„Z D³ m¤úwË m¤ú‡K© e›U‡bi wWwµ cvBevi Av‡e`b” would have been inserted after the word “ivqwZ ¯^Ë¡ _vKv g‡g© †Nvlbvg~jK wWwµ w`evi”| (emphasis supplied). In that case also the plaintiffs had to prove their title in the suit land which they filed. If the application for amendment of the plaint had been allowed and the suit was turned into a suit for declaration of title with partition, the result of it would have been the same for want of proving title in the suit land. Since the plaintiffs have failed to prove their title and possession in the suit land, the trial Court correctly dismissed the suit which has been affirmed by the appellate Court. I find no error in the impugned judgments for which those may be interfered with by this Court in revision. Therefore, the Rule is discharged without any order as to costs. The judgment and decree passed by the Courts below is hereby affirmed. The order of status quo stands vacated.
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Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and others .....defendant-appellants -Versus- Imam Uddin and others .....plaintiffs- respondents Ms. Rahima Khatun, Deputy Attorney General with Mr. Md. Ruhul Amin and Ms. Farida Pervin Flora, Assistant Attorney Generals …..for the defendant-appellants Mr. Md. Delwar Hossain with Mr. A.Z.M. Fariduzaman, Advocates ..... for respondent Nos. 1-11.
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Sona Baru Bibi being dead her heirs: 1(a) Md. Shahjahan and others ......petitioners -Versus- Moksed Ali being dead his heirs: 1(Ka) Md. Yousuf Ali Howlader and others ......opposite parties Mr. Md. Mostafa with Mr. Mohammad Masud Parvez, Advocates ...... for the petitioners No one appears for the opposite parties.
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Kaniz Fahmida Ahmed ..... appellant -Versus- Farhad Rafi Uddin Ahmed and others ..... respondent Mr. Suvra Chakraborty with Mr. Md. Sumon Ali, Advocates ..... for the appellant Mr. Ragib Rouf Chowdhury, Advocate ..... for the respondent 1
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Liakot Ali Fakir and others ..... petitioners -Versus- Ayub Ali Sheikh and others ..... opposite party No one appears for the petitioners Mr. Chanchal Kumar Biswas with Mr. Sougata Guha, Advocates ..... for opposite parties 1 and 2
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Abdul Hamid Fakir being died his heirs: 1(a) Mst. Habibun Nessa and others ...... appellants -Versus- M/s. Momtaz Jute Baling and Company and others ...... respondents Ms. Jobaida Parvin, Advocate ...... for the appellants Mr. Shishir Kanti Mazumder, Advocate ...... for respondents 1-8
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Rakesh Chandra Nath being dead his heirs: 1(a) Rani Bala Nath and others ...... appellants -Versus- Rafiqul Islam and others ...... respondents Mr. Sudipta Arjun with Mr. Chanchal Kumar Biswas, Mr. Bidhayok Sarker and Mr. Sougata Guha, Advocates ...... for the appellants Mr. Belayet Hussain with Mr. Mohammad Ali, Advocates ...... for the respondents 12(b)(i)(j) and 13
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Md. Sohel Kazi Vs. Mosammat Anjona Begum
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Md. Abu Bakar Munshi and another ......petitioners -Versus- Md. Ijjat Ali Sheikh ......opposite party Mr. Subrata Saha with Mr. Manabendra Roy, Advocates ...... for the petitioners No one appears for the opposite party
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Mohammad Nazir Hossain ......petitioner -Versus- SM Anisur Rahman and others. ......opposite parties No one appears for either party
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Nasir Howlader and others ......petitioners -Versus- Shah Jahan Howlader and others. ......opposite parties No one appears for the petitioner Mr. Kabir Miah Sarkar, Advocate ...... for opposite parties 1 and 2
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Md. Mosharof Hossain being dead his heirs: 1(a) Pachu Shaikh and others ......petitioners -Versus- Md. Waliar Shaikh and others ......opposite parties No one appears for either party
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The Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh represented by the Deputy Commissioner, Dhaka and others ...... petitioners -Versus- Md. Nafisa Moni and others ......opposite parties Ms. Rahima Khatun, Deputy Attorney General ...... for the petitioners Mr. MI Farooqui, Senior Advocate with Mr. M. Sadekur Rahman, Advocate ..... for the opposite parties
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Ms. Khurshida Begum and another..... appellant -Versus- Bangladesh House Building Finance Corporation (BHBFC) and others ..... respondent Mr. Zaman Akter, Advocate ..... for the appellant Mr. Md. Imam Hasan with Mr. Md. Shahinul Islam, Advocates ..... for respondent 1
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M. Abu Bakar Siddique and others ...... appellants -Versus- Md. Golum Rabbani and others ...... respondents Ms. Saleha Islam, Advocate, Advocate ...... for the appellants Mr. Md. Iqbal Hossain, Advocate ...... for respondent 7
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Alhaj Md. Harunor Rashid Talukder ......appellant -Versus- Abdus Salam Howlader being dead his heirs:- 1(a) Mrs. Lila Begum and another ......respondents
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Md. Feroz Hawlader and others .....appellants -Versus- Lal Miah and others ..... respondents Mr. Md. Mostafa, Advocate ..... for the appellants No one appears for the respondents
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Sk. Shahadat Hossain ..... petitioner -Versus- Mr. Florian Baertsch represented by Subrata Halder ..... opposite party
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Farid Ahmed and others …petitioners -Versus- Md. Mamun Al-Rashid Talukder (Milon) and others
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Selim Reza Chowdhury (Babu) and another .....appellants -Versus- Ahaduzzaman Chowdhury and others ..... respondents
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Md. Anwar Hossain ...... appellant -Versus- Md. Monzur Murshid and others ...... respondents
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Sanofi Bangladesh Limited represented by its Managing Director .....Petitioner -vs- Bangladesh and others...…Respondents
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