Judicial Dictionary - A
The term analogous means similar to or comparable with another thing. A suit can be tried analogously if the parties to the suits and the issues involved therein are the same. The power to consolidate suits for analogous trial is derived from section 151 of the Code and is exercised in the interest of justice for avoiding multiplicity of litigations, needless expenses and inconveniences to the parties.
( Abdul Wahab and others Vs. Md. Jahur Ali, 17 BLD (HCD) 377 )
While trying suits analogously it is desirable that the Court records evidence separately in respect of different suits/cases and pronounces judgments separately. Evidence in one suit or case is no evidence in the other suits or cases.
( Abdul Latif Chowdhury Vs. Amela Khatun and others, 17 BLD (HCD) 474 )
|Created On||May 8, 2010, 7:43 PM|