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Grameenphone Limited
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Advising Grameenphone Ltd, the largest mobile network operator in Bangladesh as panel adviser on matters of trademarks, patents, telecommunications contracts, disputes resolution and labour law issues.

Ashuganj Power Station Company Limited
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Advised Ashuganj Power Station Company Limited, the second largest power generation company in Bangladesh on ECA financing of approximately USD 636 million for construction of 225 MW and 450 MW gas based combined cycle power plant projects.

BPDB (Bangladesh) and NTPC (India)
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Transaction counsel for the financing of USD 1.6 Billion 1320 MW Maitree Super Thermal Power Plant Project owned by BPDB (Bangladesh) and NTPC (India) at Rampal, Bagherhat.

BANGLADESH-CHINA POWER COMPANY (PRIVATE) LIMITED
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Transaction Counsel for the financing of USD 1.6 Billion 1320 MW Thermal Power Plant Project at Payra, Patuakhali, Bangladesh owned by BANGLADESH-CHINA POWER COMPANY (PRIVATE) LIMITED, which is the largest investment of China in the power sector in Bangladesh.

Mizan-Ur Rashid
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Mizan-Ur Rashid LL.B, LL.M Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn, UK) Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh Bio: Mr. Mizan-Ur Rashid is a Barrister-at-Law, Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, UK. He has been enrolled as an Advocate under Bangladesh Bar Council after completing LL.B. … Read More

Muhammad Kamrul Islam
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Muhammad Kamrul Islam BA(Hon’s), English language and literature, National University LL.B(Hon’s),University of London,UK LL.M, Eastern University

Khan Khaled Adnan
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Khan Khaled Adnan Barrister-at-Law, LL.B (Hons.) Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh

Anik Das
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Anik Das Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh Diploma in Law, University of London, UK LL.B(Hon’s),University of London, UK LL.M, Eastern University

Md. Abu Sufian (Shohagh)
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Md. Abu Sufian (Shohagh) Diploma in Law, University of London, UK LL.B(Hon’s),University of London, UK LL.M, Eastern University PGDIR, University of Dhaka Student Member at The Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, UK

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Site MapHome Our Team Adnan M L Karim M. Riazuddin Nur Muhammad Azami Khan Khaled Adnan Mizan-Ur Rashid Tanvir Sarwar Shafayet Md. Raju Pritom Sengupta Azizur Rahman Sohel Muhammad Kamrul Islam Md. Abu Sufian (Shohagh) Anik Das Md. Arafat Hossain … Read More

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Privacy Policy Last updated: November 20, 2019 This privacy policy has been compiled to better serve those who are concerned with how their ‘Personally Identifiable Information’ (PII) is being used online. PII, as described in privacy laws and information security, … Read More

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M. Riazuddin LL.B, LL.M, London Barrister-at-Law Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh

Nur Muhammad Azami
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Nur Muhammad Azami LL.B, LL.M, Dhaka University Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn, UK) Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh Bio: Mr. Nur Muhammad Azami is a Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn, UK). He has been enrolled as an Advocate under Bangladesh Bar Council and joined … Read More

Adnan M L Karim
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Adnan M L Karim of Lincoln’s Inn, Barrister-at-Law PGDL, City University and LL.B (Hons.), London B.Sc. in Computer Science (NSU) Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh 10+ Years of Experience Recent Notable Works: Transaction Counsel for the financing of USD 1.6 … Read More

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Our Recent Notable Work Client Name: BANGLADESH-CHINA POWER COMPANY (PRIVATE) LIMITED Location: Patuakhali, Bangladesh Details: Transaction Counsel for the financing of USD 1.6 Billion 1320 MW Thermal Power Plant Project at Payra, Patuakhali, Bangladesh owned by BANGLADESH-CHINA POWER COMPANY (PRIVATE) … Read More

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Mr. Adnan M L KarimBarrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn) PGDL, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh M. RiazuddinLL.B, LL.M (London), Barrister-at-Law, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh Nur Muhammad AzamiLL.B, LL.M, Barrister-at-Law, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh Khan Khalid AdnanLL.B (Hons.) Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn), … Read More

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About Us we strive for perfection A.KARIM & COMPANY is a dynamic, innovative and robust set of law chambers specializing in banking, finance, corporate, commercial, company and securities, constitutional and administrative, intellectual property, shipping, arbitration and tax law. We focus … Read More

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We provide solutions to your complex problems Any legal problem, we can help. A.KARIM & COMPANY is a dynamic, innovative and robust set of law chambers specializing in banking, finance, corporate, commercial, company and securities, constitutional and administrative, intellectual property, … Read More

Providing Legal Advice to Mega Projects
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Having 10+ years of experience, A.KARIM & COMPANY is a dynamic, innovative and robust set of law chambers specializing in banking, finance, corporate, commercial, company and securities, constitutional and administrative, intellectual property, shipping, arbitration and tax law. We are specialized … Read More

Evolution of Islamic Jurisprudence Part 2
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The Foundation Stage The first stage of the development of Fiqh covers the last twenty three years of the life of the Prophet (PBH) (609-632 C.E). The two main sources of law were introduced in that time; the Quran and … Read More

Fatwa: to be or not to be, that is the question
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The legality of pronouncing ‘fatwa’ in Bangladesh is before the honourable appellate division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. A local Moulvi had declared his neighbour’s marriage to his wife void because of oral pronouncement of talaaq expressed a year … Read More

Three Bills hava been passed
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As far as I know three Ordinances have been ratified/passed. The Right to Information Act, Dhaka Power Distribution Company Act and Bangladesh Biman Act (the titles may be wrong because they haven’t been published yet).

Bangladesh Rifles Mutiny Trial Options
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A very tragic event took place on the 24th and 25th of February, 2009 at the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) headquarters in Dhaka resulting in the loss of lives of scores of army officers, their family members, some Bangladesh Rifles personnel … Read More

Ordinances Placed Before Parliament
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The new government has placed 122 ordinances before the parliament. Unless passed within 30 days of the first parliamentary session, those ordinances promulgated by the President during the caretaker government’s two year tenure would become automatically ineffective. Some of the … Read More

Finally, Laws of Bangladesh go Online!
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The Chief Adviser today inaugurated the laws of Bangladesh website (http://www.bdlaws.gov.bd) . The site show cases all Acts of Parliament, Ordinances and President’s Orders promulgated and updated upto October 20, 2008. It also has various search options and index, alphabetical … Read More

Emergency Power Rules Relaxed
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The Care Taker Government has relaxed the emergency power rules for the local government elections. As per the new provisions, campaign activities would be allowed for 21 days prior to the election. The Government is yet to publish the details.

Truth Commission On the Way?
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It is widely speculated in the media that the Government may setup a Truth Commission soon to investigate past corruptions in the country. Although most such Commissions usually deal with human rights issues, the National Accountability Bureau of Pakistan is … Read More

Trying War Criminals
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A recent comment by the Secretary-General of Jamaat-E-Islami that there are no war criminals in Bangladesh sparked off again the old debate of trying the war criminals and collaborators of the Independence War. After the war a general amnesty was … Read More

Separation of the Judiciary
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The historic event of separation of the judiciary from the executive is to take place on November 1st. The Chief Justice of Bangladesh will attend the ceremony at the District Court premises in old Dhaka. After the judgment in Mazder … Read More

Government Attorney Services
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The government has decided to totally revamp the AG’s office. The service will be made permanent and Deputy and Assistant AG’s would be recruited through the Public Service Commission like all other public servants. The new changes would be carried … Read More

Government Attorney Services
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The government has decided to totally revamp the AG’s office. The service will be made permanent and Deputy and Assistant AG’s would be recruited through the Public Service Commission like all other public servants. The new changes would be carried … Read More

New Constitional Committee On The Way
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The caretaker government has decided to form a Constitutional Committee headed by the Chief Justice. A draft ordinance has already been approved. The Committee would be responsible for recommending candidates for appointment to the Constitutional posts which includes Judges, the … Read More

New Constitional Committee On The Way
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The caretaker government has decided to form a Constitutional Committee headed by the Chief Justice. A draft ordinance has already been approved. The Committee would be responsible for recommending candidates for appointment to the Constitutional posts which includes Judges, the … Read More

Increase in Company Registration Fees
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Registration and stamp fees for incorporating companies has been significantly increased. The Registrar of Joint Stock Companies is yet to update its website( www.roc.gov.bd). For example, the stamp duty is now Taka: 1200/= instead of Taka: 120/= and registration fee … Read More

Amendments to the Bank Companies Act, 1991
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The Government has decided to bring amendments to the Bank Companies Act 1991 by the Bank Companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2007. Major tightening measures are expected. Highlights of the new ordinance are: Changed definition of default loans Maximum number of Board … Read More

Amendments to the Bank Companies Act, 1991
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The Government has decided to bring amendments to the Bank Companies Act 1991 by the Bank Companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2007. Major tightening measures are expected. Highlights of the new ordinance are: Changed definition of default loans Maximum number of Board … Read More

Environmental Law
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Although Laws relating to environment can be traced to as early as the Penal Code of 1860, it is only during the last decade or so that we see major environment law reforms taking place in Bangladesh. With new development … Read More

Money Whitening Scope
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The National Board of Revenue has recently declared that taxpayers can ‘whiten’ their money within 31st July,2007 by paying 5% additional tax. This means that taxpayers who had undeclared assets can declare them and no questions would be asked. This … Read More

Upcoming Coal Policy in Bangladesh
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Energy adviser to the interim government Tapan Chowdhury confirmed yesterday that the new national coal policy would be finalized within July. This comes as the pressure increases from foreign investors and experts inside Bangladesh to further energy sector development, which … Read More

UCP 600: The New Rules on Documentary Credit
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The new rules for Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits will come into force on 1 July 2007. These rules are called the UCP 600. The previous version, UCP 500, had been operative since 1994. Historically, ICC does revision … Read More

Evolution of Islamic Jurisprudence – Part 1
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The fountainhead of Islamic Jurisprudence is that sovereignty belongs to Allah alone and therefore the law comes from him alone. As such, there is no one except Allah who can legislate. As it is said in the Holy Quran: “Those … Read More

Human Rights Law
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It would not be an exaggeration to say that the very definition of terrorism is broad and misunderstood generally. According to Oxford English Dictionary, terrorism means “the use of violent action in order to achieve political aims or to force … Read More