Glossary

The CLC’s Glossary is included to give the plain English meaning of some expressions which are greatly influenced by Arabic, Farsi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi and Portuguese languages and that are frequently exercised in the legal text books, private and public documents in Bangladesh; though few of them are defined in statutes or case laws, yet possess considerable theoretical and legal interest. Besides, in practice of laws, many words and phrases are not always clear in meaning to the readers and thus create confusion and ambiguity especially in case of issues that involve land administration, legal history, private law (e.g. Muslim law, Hindu law) etc. These words and phrases, acquired quasi-technical meaning in law, are employed and referred by both the Courts and the jurists alike.

Including foreign users, Bangladeshi readers and law practitioners will be benefited by having the meanings of the words with proper citations of decisions of Courts, different dictionaries, legal texts and defining by the legal experts of CLC team.


Glossary

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DakhilaA receipt for money or goods, payment of revenue or rent. [Wilson’s Glossary]311
Dakhil daftarEntered upon record, which is equivalent to being laid on the table, or postponed indefinitely; struck...1304
DakhildarAn occupant, either in his own right, or as a manager or trustee. [P Ramanatha Aiyer’s The Law Lexicon]310
DakhilkarDakhilkar- The word is commonly used in the upper part of India as meaning a tenant with occupancy rights....376
Dakhil KarihRegister of mutations.296
Dakhil-naklaAn additional or supplementary subordinate village, or sub-division of a Mauza. [P Ramanatha Aiyer’s...297
Dal or DolParty. A political party.298
DalalAn agent between buyer and seller, a broker, a salesman. [Wilson’s Glossary]304
DalaliBrokerages, agency, commission. A tax upon brokers. [Wilson’s Glossary]287
DanpatraA deed of gift.335