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Administrative Tribunal Rules
Section/Order/Article/Rule/Regulation Head Note
Rule 3 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Under the Administrative Tribunals Rules, 1982 a Tribunal before rejecting an application on the ground that the application is not in accordance with sub-rules (1)(2)(3)(4)(5) of Rule 3, should give the applicant an opportunity for making the application in accordance with those provisions. If the necessary party was not impleaded or has not been properly described, the applicant should get an opportunity to correct the application and he should not be taken by surprise at a later stage. Md. Ali Emdad Vs Labour Director and others, 18 BLD (AD) 137. ....View Full Judgment

Rule 6(9)

Administrative Tribunals Rules, 1952
Rule 6(9)
Decision given by the Appellate Tribunal having not been made as per the Rules it did not reach finality and the Tribunal did not become functus officio-It had jurisdiction as an adjudicating body to recall the decision and order rehearing. Abu Taleb vs Bangladesh 45 DLR (AD) 45. ....View Full Judgment

Rule 7

Administrative Tribunals Rules, 1952
Rule 7
0rder passed by the Tribunal is declaratory in nature and there was no direction for reinstatement of the petitioner and as such order passed by the Tribunal is not executable. AKM Ali Imam vs DG, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute & another 54 DLR (AD) 5. ....View Full Judgment