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Hat and Bazar (Establishment and Acquisition) Ordinance, 1959 (XIX OF 1959)
Section/Order/Article/Rule/Regulation Head Note
Section 2(1)(2)(3)

Sub-section (1) of section 2 of the Ordinance has prohibited establishment of any hat or bazar by any person. Sub-section (2) thereof has provided that nothing in sub-section (1) shall prevent the Government or any local authority from establishing any hat or bazar. Proviso to sub­section (2) of the Ordinance has further provided that prior approval of the Deputy Commissioner shall, in the case of a local authority, be necessary. Sub-section (3) of section 2 of the Ordinance has provided that any hat or bazar established in contravention of the provisions of sub-section (1) & (2) including the land on which such hat or bazar is established and all interests therein shall be forfeited to the Government. Md Zahurul Islam vs Deputy Commissioner, Kushtia 17 BLC (AD) 106. ....View Full Judgment

Hat and Bazar (Establishment and Acquisition) Ordinance,1959 as amended in 1966
Declaration that the order contained in memo dated 18.4.2000 passed by the Ministry of land and the order contained in memo dated 15.5.2000 passed by the Commissioner, Khulna Division, Khulna and order contained in memo dated 12.6.2000 passed by the Assistant Commissioner (Land) are illegal, collu-sive,inoperative and not binding upon the plaintiffs and for permanent injunc­tion against the defendants restraining them from taking over the possession of the Bazar and evicting the plaintiffs and other businessmen and demolishing the Bazar... .(2) Robiul Islam and other vs. Secretary Ministry ofLand(Md.Joynul Abedin J) (Civil) 5 ADC304 ....View Full Judgment

High Court Division granted the pro­bate as was prayed for, by the com­promise petition and in the terms of the compromise.
We are of the view is that although there is a will but unless and until it is proved in accordance with law, on the face of objection raised by any interested party (herein the appellant) a Probate cannot be granted on compromise and it is not permitted by law. Kanai Lai Roy vs Swaraswati Roy (Abu Sayeed AhanunedJ) (Civil) 1ADC 505 ....View Full Judgment