November 7, 2013 in Publication
Today’s Bangladesh is not a country counting to the bottom but due to its standard law it became a country of rule of law. Though the enforcement of existing law is not cent percent but the legal system being a very old and well established system in the world has its identical presence. The Supreme Court is the basic and highest structure in the country for ensuring justice in the society and the lawyers, advocates, counsel, barrister and solicitors doing a great job by assisting the court in implementing justice. In the society most number number of disputes come are civil, criminal, writ, land litigation, banking, company, corporation, real estate and other constitutional issues to which has specific law and different forum for adjudication. The lower judiciary have its seat in each and every unit of the local government and the peoples irrespective of poor or rich is able to get justice and relief they sought for. In the criminal matter firstly the accuseds are praying for bail and the same is granted as per law and some times the high court enlarged the accused on bail by exercising its discretion. In the recent era in financial matter there are so many cases and suits are coming like artha rin case, banking case, company matter and other corporate issues which directly filed before both the lower courts and high courts. In most of the cases the company and corporation they have their own legal adviser who conducts the cases and according to law of Bangladesh there are wide scope to dispose of a dispute out of court by invoking mediation, negotiation or arbitration process. A new thing is rising so quickly it is immigration and in the country there somany exclusive immigration practitioners among them Lawyers Bangladesh is one of the leading immigration law chamber in the country. Being a new country Bangladesh has its own legal system since 1971 by adopting a fresh constitution in the year 1972 under the leadership of our great leader Bangabondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman but after his departure the democracy is in a way far from its motion resulting a legal and political crisis continuing for last 36 years resulting the country a poor and under-developing country. By born the mass peoples are very brother-hood to each other but due to poverty and mal-practice by the government there is a massive spread of corruption in every sector of the country for which the peoples concerning judicial system are ashamed of. To get rid from such situation the legal system and rule of law of the country should be modernisation by amending old law and by enabling new laws and before all this to ensure enforcement of law through the law enforcing agencies as well as court of law. The police system of the country apparently looking good but due to want of proper opportunities and other privileges the corruption has captured the said department with its dark-light for example the so-called cross-fire by the RAB in exchange of illegal means is mentioned here. Now its the duty of entire national to decide how they would like their society a society of crime free or like the present one and for this the very and very first step would be to obey the law and legal system/court system of the country.