Judicial Dictionary

The Courts of Law are there in democratic countries to find out the true intention of the legislature and the meaning of the statutes. In case of Bangladesh, pre-dominantly it is the House of Nation i.e. Jatya Shangshad which enacts primary legislations. Besides, the President of Bangladesh and some other authorities have the law making power by way of Ordinance and Subordinate and delegated legislation. In this section, we have tried to include some words of Bangladeshi Laws which were defined or interpreted by the Supreme Court of Bangladesh while deciding a case before them.

Judicial Dictionary

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ChildDictionary meaning of the expression "child" is a son or daughter; one who stands in relation of origin...297
Co-ownerA co-owner means who is in concurrent ownership, possession and enjoyment of property with one or more...308
Code of Criminal ProcedureThe Code of Criminal Procedure is a procedural law. There is no express provision for its prospective...730
Cognizable case Sections 156 and 157 of Code of Criminal Procedure contain enabling provisions giving power to the officer-in-charge...403
Cognizance"The word 'cognizance' refers to a stage of mutual condition at which the Magistrate or a Judge decide...723
Common intention"Common intention" of several persons is to be inferred from their conduct, manner of doing the act and...808
ComplaintSection 4(h) of the CrPC defines 'complaint' as making allegation orally or in writing about commission...717
Con­stitutional authority - Statutory authorityThe Speaker discharging a constitutional obligation in exercise of a constitu­tional power wears the...787
ConfessionConfession has not been defined neither in the Evidence Act nor in the Code of Criminal Procedure. Stephen...829
ConsentConsent mentioned in section 494 of the Code of Criminal Procedure is not to be given mechanically. The...692