LAND LAW OF BANGLADESH

Land Law Of Bangladesh

Land Law Of Bangladesh


Object: Object of State Acquisition and Tenancy Act is that, to remove the landlord interest from the land to collect rent and to acquire rent receiving interest by the Govt. alone. Recommendation of Floud commission: On March 12 of 1940, Floud Commission handed over the report to the Government with many important recommendations, like abolition of PSR 1793, ban on subletting, fixation of land ceiling and so on. The salient features of the report are cited below: * Repeal of permanent Settlement Regulation 1793 and acquisition of all rent receiving interest with compensation. * Introduction of legislation to empower the Government to acquire all rent receiving interests. * Acquisition of all fishery and mineral rights. * Preparation and revision


of record of rights subsequently of state acquisition. * Complete ban on subletting in any form. * Limitation on barga or sharecropping. * Impose of land holding limitation provision. * Restriction on acquire of land and also retention measures of lowest ceiling. Sec. 44: Acquisition and vesting of the interest of proprietors, tenure-holders and other rent-receivers and of certain khas lands in the government and the consequences thereof. Case: Jibendra Kishore vs. Province of Bangladesh (1957): It appears to be perfectly clear that the intention was to eliminate all rent-receiving interests in all the lands in the province and to create a uniform class of tenants directly under the provincial Government.


Sec. 3 Consequence of acquisition interest by rent-receiver: Sec. 3(1): It shall be lawful for the govt. acquires all interest of the Rent-Receiver. It will include the interest in subsoil and right to mineral. * Sec. 3(2): Those property which are not allowed to be Rent-receiver shall vest absolute of the govt. free from and encumbrance. * Sub-Sec. 4(a): Any building used primarily as office or Kutchery for the collection of the Rent shall vest absolutely in the govt. free from all


encumbrance. * Rent receiver shall allowed to retain building within this Homestead. * Sub-sec. 4(F): All tenant shall become directly under the govt. and pay rent, land revenue/ directly to the govt. and any body else. * Sub-sec. 4(G): Land revenue shall be recoverable under the Public Demands Recovery Act. *Sub-sec. 5: The outgoing rent receiver whose interest has been acquired under this section shall be entitle to compensation.


Rule-55: Calculation of annual letting value of non-agricultural lands and compensation for buildings under section 13(1) (e) and (f) (i)- The annual letting value of the lands under items (e) and (f) (i) of sub-section (1) of section 39 shall be the rents that the lads would have fetched, had they been let out, and in determining such rents, the Revenue Officer shall have regard to the principles laid down in section 13, so far as they apply to non-agricultural lands. (2) In arriving at the


actual cost of construction of any building less depreciation under item (f) (ii) of sub-section (1) of section 39, the Revenue Officer shall take into account the estimates of a building expert of the Provincial Government not below the rank of an Executive Engineer regarding the cost likely to have been incurred for the construction of the building and the amount which should be deducted from such cost on account of depreciation.


Sec. 145A Land Survey Tribunal: Sec. 145A (4) A land survey tribunal shall dispose of the suit arising out of the final publication of the last revised record of rights prepared under sec. 144. (5) If any suit arising out of the final publication of the last revised record of rights prepared under sec. 144 is instituted in any Civil Court. (6) Any person aggrieved by the final publication of the last revised record of rights prepared under sec. 144 may, within one year from the date of such publication. or from the date of the establishment of the Land Survey Tribunal. Sec. 145B Land survey Appellate Tribunal: (5) Any person aggrieved by any judgment, decree or order of the Land Survey


Tribunal may, within three months from the date of such judgment, decree or order, prefer an appeal to the Land Survey Appellate Tribunal. (6) An appeal may be admitted within next three months even after the expiry of the period specified in sub-sec. (5). Sec. 145C. Appeal to the Appellate Division: An appeal from a judgment or order of the LSAT shall lie to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court only if the Appellate Division grants leave to appeal. Art-103 of the Bangladesh Constitution says Leave to Appeal. Sec. 145D. Power and Procedure or Tribunals: (1) For the purpose of disposal of suits or appeals, a LST or a LSAT, as the case may be, shall exercise the


powers and follow the Procedure under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, in respect of the following matters, namely: (a) Summoning (b) Discovery of document (c) requiring evidence on affidavit. (5) The LSAT may, of its own motion or upon an application made to it, by order in writing, transfer, at any stage of the proceedings, any suit from one LST to another LST within the territorial limits of its jurisdiction. Sec. 145E. Finality of Tribunals’ decisions and orders: The decisions of the LST shall be final. Sec. 145F. Bar to jurisdiction of Civil Courts: Under sec. 144 shall lie in any civil court within the


territorial limits of the jurisdiction for which a LST is established under sec. 145A. Sec. 145G. Power to abolish tribunals etc. The Govt. may, by notification in the official Gazette, at any time abolish any LST established under sec. 145A and LSAT established under sec. 145B, and while so abolishing, the Govt. shall in the same notification, specify the courts where the suits, appeals and other proceedings pending in such Tribunal at the time of such abolition shall be transferred to and be disposed of. Sec. 145H. Overriding effect. Sec. 145I. Rule making power.



Sec.86. *Alluvion: Three types: 1. Re-appearance of a land lost by diluvion. 2. Gradual enhancement of a land on the bank of a river. 3. Any other land. * Before 1972 Tenant’s right in his diluviated land subsists for 20 years. * 1972-1994 shall vest in the Govt. * From 1994 Tenant’s right the lands of a holding or portion thereof during the period of loss by diluvion if such lands re-appear in situ within thirty years of their loss. Sec. 86 (1): If the land is lost by diluvion the rent-revenue shall be abetted. (2) The right, title and interest of the owner

shall subsist for a period of 30 years. If the land re-appearance in situ.


(4) The collector shall take possession of the land than to prepare a map by conducting a survey. (5) The Collector shall, within 45 days of the completion of survey and preparation of map under sub-sec.(4). (6) The lands allotted under sub-sec. (5). (7) The provision of this section shall not apply to cases of re-appearance of land caused or accelerated by any artificial or mechanical process as a result of development works undertaken by the Govt. or any authority empowered or authorised by or under law to undertake such development works. If the land is re-

appearance or appear or the Alluvion is a consequence. Sec. 87. When


any land has been gained by accession, whether from the recess of a river or of the sea, it shall not be considered as an increment to the holding or tenancy to which it may be thus annexed, but shall vest absolutely in the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and shall be at their disposal. Sec. 76. Settlement and use of land vested in the government. No land shall be settled with a person unless he is a person to whom transfer of land can be made under sec. 90.


Sec. 96 Right of Pre-emption: If a portion or share of a holding of a raiyat is sold to a person who is not a co-sharer tenant in the holding, one or more co-sharer tenants of the holding may, within two months of the service of the notice given under sec.98, or, if no notice has been served under sec. 98, within two months of the date of the knowledge of the sale, apply to the Court for the said portion or share to be sold to himself or themselves. Sec. 97. Restriction of alienation of land by aboriginals: (2) No transfer by an aboriginal raiyat of his right in his holding or in any portion thereof shall be valid unless it is made to another aboriginal domiciled or permanently residing in Bangladesh


who is a person to whom the transfer of such holding or portion thereof can be made under sec.90 (3) If in any case an aboriginal raiyat desires to transfer holding or any portion thereof any private sale, gift or will to any person who is not such an aboriginal, he may apply to the Revenue-officer for permission. (5) An aboriginal raiyat’s power to mortgage his land shall be restricted to only one form of mortgage, namely, a complete usufructuary mortgage. (7) Any transfer made by an aboriginal raiyat in contravention of the provisions of this section shall be void.



Land Reforms Ordinance: Sec. 4. Limitation on acquisition of agricultural land: (1) No malik who or whose family owns more than sixty standard bighas of agricultural land shall acquire any new agricultural land by transfer, inheritance, gift or any other means. (2) A malik who or whose family owns less than sixty standard bighas of agricultural land may acquire. (3) The area of land which is in excess of sixty standard bighas shall vest in the Government and no compensation shall be payable to him, Except acquired by inheritance, gift or will. Sec. 5. No benami transaction: No person shall purchase any immovable property for his own benefit in the name of another person. * Where the owner of any immovable property transfers or bequeaths it by a registered deed. Sec. 7. Settlement of Khas land for


homestead:(1) Where in the rural area any khas land fit for being used as homestead is available, the Government shall, in settling such land, give preference to landless farmers and labourers. (2) Any land settled under sub-sec. (1) shall be heritable but not transferable. Sec.8. Cultivation under barga contract: A barga contract shall be valid for a period of five years commencing from such date as may be specified in the barga contrac. Sec. 11. Termination of barga contract: No owner shall be entitled to terminate a barga contrac except in execution of an order, made by the prescribed authority. Sec.12. Division of produce of barga land: The produce of any barga land shall be divided in the follwing manner, namely:- (a) one-third shall be received


by the owner for the land; (b) one-third shall be received by bargadar for the labour; (c) one-third shall be received by the owner or the bargadar or by both in proportion to the cost of cultivation, other than the cost of labour, borne by them. Sec.13. Bargadar’s right to purchase: Where the owner intends to sell the barga land, he shall ask the bargadar in writing if he is willing to purchase the land. * The bargadar shall, within fifteen days from the date of receipt of the offer, inform the owner in writing of his decision to purchase or not to purchase the land. The right of the bargadar is portion. Sec.14. Ceiling of barga land: No bargadar shall be entitled to cultivate more than fifteen standard bighas of land.


NATA: Definition: Sec. 2(4) “Non-agricultural Land” means land which is used for purposes not connected with agriculture or horticulture and includes any land which on lease for purpose not connected with agriculture or horticulture irrespective of whether it is used for any such purposes or not, but does not include- (a) a homestead to which the provisions of sec. 182 of the Bengal Tenancy Act. (b) land which was originally leased for agricultural or horticultural purpose but is being used for purses not connected with agriculture or horticulture without the consent either express or implied of the landlords, if the period for which such land has been so used is


used than twelve years; and (c) land which is held for purpose connected with the Colton or manufacture of tea. Sec.2(5) “ Non-agricultural tenant” means a person who holds non agricultural land under another person with consent of that person and is, or but for a special consent would be, liable to pay rent to such person for that land and also includes the sucessors in interest of the former but does not include any person who holds any such land on which any premises occupied by such persons are situated if such premises have been erected, or are owned by the person to whom such occupier is, or but for such occupation.



Object: Object of State Acquisition and Tenancy Act is that, to remove the landlord interest from the land to collect rent and to acquire rent receiving interest by the Govt. alone. Recommendation of Floud commission: On March 12 of 1940, Floud Commission handed over the report to the Government with many important recommendations, like abolition of PSR 1793, ban on subletting, fixation of land ceiling and so on. The salient features of the report are cited below: * Repeal of permanent Settlement Regulation 1793 and acquisition of all rent receiving interest with compensation. * Introduction of legislation to empower the Government to acquire all rent receiving interests. * Acquisition of all fishery and mineral rights. * Preparation and revision


of record of rights subsequently of state acquisition. * Complete ban on subletting in any form. * Limitation on barga or sharecropping. * Impose of land holding limitation provision. * Restriction on acquire of land and also retention measures of lowest ceiling. Sec. 44: Acquisition and vesting of the interest of proprietors, tenure-holders and other rent-receivers and of certain khas lands in the government and the consequences thereof. Case: Jibendra Kishore vs. Province of Bangladesh (1957): It appears to be perfectly clear that the intention was to eliminate all rent-receiving interests in all the lands in the province and to create a uniform class of tenants directly under the provincial Government.


Sec. 3 Consequence of acquisition interest by rent-receiver: Sec. 3(1): It shall be lawful for the govt. acquires all interest of the Rent-Receiver. It will include the interest in subsoil and right to mineral. * Sec. 3(2): Those property which are not allowed to be Rent-receiver shall vest absolute of the govt. free from and encumbrance. * Sub-Sec. 4(a): Any building used primarily as office or Kutchery for the collection of the Rent shall vest absolutely in the govt. free from all


encumbrance. * Rent receiver shall allowed to retain building within this Homestead. * Sub-sec. 4(F): All tenant shall become directly under the govt. and pay rent, land revenue/ directly to the govt. and any body else. * Sub-sec. 4(G): Land revenue shall be recoverable under the Public Demands Recovery Act. *Sub-sec. 5: The outgoing rent receiver whose interest has been acquired under this section shall be entitle to compensation.


Rule-55: Calculation of annual letting value of non-agricultural lands and compensation for buildings under section 13(1) (e) and (f) (i)- The annual letting value of the lands under items (e) and (f) (i) of sub-section (1) of section 39 shall be the rents that the lads would have fetched, had they been let out, and in determining such rents, the Revenue Officer shall have regard to the principles laid down in section 13, so far as they apply to non-agricultural lands. (2) In arriving at the


actual cost of construction of any building less depreciation under item (f) (ii) of sub-section (1) of section 39, the Revenue Officer shall take into account the estimates of a building expert of the Provincial Government not below the rank of an Executive Engineer regarding the cost likely to have been incurred for the construction of the building and the amount which should be deducted from such cost on account of depreciation.



Sec. 145A Land Survey Tribunal:

Sec. 145A (4) A land survey tribunal shall dispose of the suit arising out of the final publication of the last revised record of rights prepared under sec. 144. (5) If any suit arising out of the final publication of the last revised record of rights prepared under sec. 144 is instituted in any Civil Court. (6) Any person aggrieved by the final publication of the last revised record of rights prepared under sec. 144 may, within one year from the date of such publication. or from the date of the establishment of the Land Survey Tribunal.

Sec. 145B Land survey Appellate Tribunal: (5) Any person aggrieved by any judgment, decree or order of the Land Survey


Tribunal may, within three months from the date of such judgment, decree or order, prefer an appeal to the Land Survey Appellate Tribunal. (6) An appeal may be admitted within next three months even after the expiry of the period specified in sub-sec. (5). Sec. 145C. Appeal to the Appellate Division: An appeal from a judgment or order of the LSAT shall lie to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court only if the Appellate Division grants leave to appeal. Art-103 of the Bangladesh Constitution says Leave to Appeal. Sec. 145D. Power and Procedure or Tribunals: (1) For the purpose of disposal of suits or appeals, a LST or a LSAT, as the case may be, shall exercise the


powers and follow the Procedure under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, in respect of the following matters, namely: (a) Summoning (b) Discovery of document (c) requiring evidence on affidavit. (5) The LSAT may, of its own motion or upon an application made to it, by order in writing, transfer, at any stage of the proceedings, any suit from one LST to another LST within the territorial limits of its jurisdiction. Sec. 145E. Finality of Tribunals’ decisions and orders: The decisions of the LST shall be final. Sec. 145F. Bar to jurisdiction of Civil Courts: Under sec. 144 shall lie in any civil court within the


territorial limits of the jurisdiction for which a LST is established under sec. 145A. Sec. 145G. Power to abolish tribunals etc. The Govt. may, by notification in the official Gazette, at any time abolish any LST established under sec. 145A and LSAT established under sec. 145B, and while so abolishing, the Govt. shall in the same notification, specify the courts where the suits, appeals and other proceedings pending in such Tribunal at the time of such abolition shall be transferred to and be disposed of. Sec. 145H. Overriding effect. Sec. 145I. Rule making power.



Sec.86. *Alluvion: Three types: 1. Re-appearance of a land lost by diluvion. 2. Gradual enhancement of a land on the bank of a river. 3. Any other land. * Before 1972 Tenant’s right in his diluviated land subsists for 20 years. * 1972-1994 shall vest in the Govt. * From 1994 Tenant’s right the lands of a holding or portion thereof during the period of loss by diluvion if such lands re-appear in situ within thirty years of their loss. Sec. 86 (1): If the land is lost by diluvion the rent-revenue shall be abetted. (2) The right, title and interest of the owner

shall subsist for a period of 30 years. If the land re-appearance in situ.


(4) The collector shall take possession of the land than to prepare a map by conducting a survey. (5) The Collector shall, within 45 days of the completion of survey and preparation of map under sub-sec.(4). (6) The lands allotted under sub-sec. (5). (7) The provision of this section shall not apply to cases of re-appearance of land caused or accelerated by any artificial or mechanical process as a result of development works undertaken by the Govt. or any authority empowered or authorized by or under law to undertake such development works. If the land is re-

appearance or appear or the Alluvion is a consequence. Sec. 87. When


any land has been gained by accession, whether from the recess of a river or of the sea, it shall not be considered as an increment to the holding or tenancy to which it may be thus annexed, but shall vest absolutely in the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and shall be at their disposal. Sec. 76. Settlement and use of land vested in the government. No land shall be settled with a person unless he is a person to whom transfer of land can be made under sec. 90.


Sec. 96 Right of Pre-emption: If a portion or share of a holding of a raiyat is sold to a person who is not a co-sharer tenant in the holding, one or more co-sharer tenants of the holding may, within two months of the service of the notice given under sec.98, or, if no notice has been served under sec. 98, within two months of the date of the knowledge of the sale, apply to the Court for the said portion or share to be sold to himself or themselves. Sec. 97. Restriction of alienation of land by aboriginals: (2) No transfer by an aboriginal raiyat of his right in his holding or in any portion thereof shall be valid unless it is made to another aboriginal domiciled or permanently residing in Bangladesh


who is a person to whom the transfer of such holding or portion thereof can be made under sec.90 (3) If in any case an aboriginal raiyat desires to transfer holding or any portion thereof any private sale, gift or will to any person who is not such an aboriginal, he may apply to the Revenue-officer for permission. (5) An aboriginal raiyat’s power to mortgage his land shall be restricted to only one form of mortgage, namely, a complete usufructuary mortgage. (7) Any transfer made by an aboriginal raiyat in contravention of the provisions of this section shall be void.



Land Reforms Ordinance: Sec. 4. Limitation on acquisition of agricultural land: (1) No malik who or whose family owns more than sixty standard bighas of agricultural land shall acquire any new agricultural land by transfer, inheritance, gift or any other means. (2) A malik who or whose family owns less than sixty standard bighas of agricultural land may acquire. (3) The area of land which is in excess of sixty standard bighas shall vest in the Government and no compensation shall be payable to him, Except acquired by inheritance, gift or will. Sec. 5. No benami transaction: No person shall purchase any immovable property for his own benefit in the name of another person. * Where the owner of any immovable property transfers or bequeaths it by a registered deed. Sec. 7. Settlement of Khas land for


homestead:(1) Where in the rural area any khas land fit for being used as homestead is available, the Government shall, in settling such land, give preference to landless farmers and labourers. (2) Any land settled under sub-sec. (1) shall be heritable but not transferable. Sec.8. Cultivation under barga contract: A barga contract shall be valid for a period of five years commencing from such date as may be specified in the barga contrac. Sec. 11. Termination of barga contract: No owner shall be entitled to terminate a barga contrac except in execution of an order, made by the prescribed authority. Sec.12. Division of produce of barga land: The produce of any barga land shall be divided in the follwing manner, namely:- (a) one-third shall be received


by the owner for the land; (b) one-third shall be received by abraders for the labour; (c) one-third shall be received by the owner or the bargadar or by both in proportion to the cost of cultivation, other than the cost of labor, borne by them. Sec.13. Bargadar’s right to purchase: Where the owner intends to sell the barge land, he shall ask the barrater in writing if he is willing to purchase the land. * The broader shall, within fifteen days from the date of receipt of the offer, inform the owner in writing of his decision to purchase or not to purchase the land. The right of the broader is portion. Sec.14. Ceiling of barga land: No broader shall be entitled to cultivate more than fifteen standard bights of land.


NATA: Definition: Sec. 2(4) “Non-agricultural Land” means land which is used for purposes not connected with agriculture or horticulture and includes any land which on lease for purpose not connected with agriculture or horticulture irrespective of whether it is used for any such purposes or not, but does not include- (a) a homestead to which the provisions of sec. 182 of the Bengal Tenancy Act. (b) land which was originally leased for agricultural or horticultural purpose but is being used for purses not connected with agriculture or horticulture without the consent either express or implied of the landlords, if the period for which such land has been so used is


used than twelve years; and (c) land which is held for purpose connected with the Colton or manufacture of tea. Sec.2(5) “ Non-agricultural tenant” means a person who holds non agricultural land under another person with consent of that person and is, or but for a special consent would be, liable to pay rent to such person for that land and also includes the successors in interest of the former but does not include any person who holds any such land on which any premises occupied by such persons are situated if such premises have been erected, or are owned by the person to whom such occupier is, or but for such occupation.



© 2009 sunlight2

More by this Author


Comments 58 comments

sunlight2 profile image

sunlight2 6 years ago from Bangladesh Author

nice blog u have


emon ahmed 6 years ago

hey dude this is realy cool, i never knew that, anyway thanks


Rajib Das(CU) LAW 6 years ago

Nice 2 say ur aim is high


Abu Musa md 6 years ago

I want to know about law relatives subjects & all topics of law.


Abu Musa 6 years ago

It's realy good site 4 every educated person.


mahmud 5 years ago

It's really good site 4 every person who wants to know about law.


Aminul 5 years ago

I want to know elaborately about cadastral survey (CS), state acquisition (SA) and Revise survey (RS) regarding land of Bangladesh.


Enamul 5 years ago

It is ok bt i think it has some lackuna..........


alamin 5 years ago

one land i buy but before he give for his son name then he sale for me, i want to know what is the law


The People  5 years ago

Land Survey by settlement office of Bangladesh

When Government has fixed up high rate of Taxes and fees for Registration of Land by Deed., But unfortunately the Land Survey are conducted by Settlement Office of each District and Thaana level and DLR Office , Dhaka jointly in different time . .

Survey Official during completing their job adopts several stage operations for fixing up land ownership. .

And in most cases the title ownership are changed recording new holding number , thus deprived the actual land owner of his title right ,

These are really done for personal interest or gain ignoring the Title Right

Government have decided that the wrong made by Land Survey Official should be ratified by the Court of each District .

The intention of Government is good , but actual facts are different , In whole life correction may not be possible

The actual Tittle owner became undone and help less , can neither trasnsfer his Land nor the can sell the land to meet emergency expenditure.

Will the Ministry of Law and Land Ministry of Bangladesh please take immediate steps to protect the interest of such Land Owner . or Declare that these land based o actual Title Deed may be transferred or sell .

The People


Sarwar Mostafa (LLM) PU. 5 years ago

It is a very good site know about Law.Basically it is helpful for Law students.


noor mohammad 5 years ago

I want know about Heba Declaration document


FAKIR ABDUL MANNAN 5 years ago

what about CS, SA ,RS, BS & DIARA RECORD.

WHEN IT WAS RECORDED.


rahman 5 years ago

i can know everthing in bangladesh reguarding laws,but the fact is when you enter the the government building with those knowlegde of law,the reality is very differrent from my personal experience,when you approach an offcial member they seem to wanna do things there way and not thegoverment


shibendra sukla das 5 years ago

want to know about govt. employee rankdown rule. The authority ordered to rankdown an employee of his orgional joining post? If an employee punished rank down, how many days/years running that order.


galib 5 years ago

CS-cadestral survey in1886-1910or1940

SA-sattelment attestation-1956 to1965

Dp.khatian after 1971 is drafting publication

DERIA record mens adjoing rever soil land and all the.....................

RS-revetional survey


jahanul hai lanin 5 years ago

I want to know about pety cadastral survey


tarin 5 years ago

being a student of law i want to know in details .


Jewel Munna 4 years ago

Land law . . Oh very hot. . .


vs 4 years ago

can any one tell me what papers are need to sell a land or to buy a land...plz let me know...its rili important


Obaidul 4 years ago

I need CS,RS & BS Map.How can I give it?

a


ruuby 4 years ago

I think all the laws, rules, regulation and ordinance relating land and survey or settlement should be combined or codified and make a code so that the knowledge of the general people increase tremendously. And of course this is now a demand of present time.


Tofazzal Hossain 4 years ago

Dear Sirs,

We like to get a map of CS, RS, SA & BS Map of Jamtola, Bakshimul Union, Burichong, Comilla. Bangladsesh. would you pls explain me the process of it.

Waiting for nes.

Regarss.

Tofazzal - tmlbd777@gmail.com


syful islam 4 years ago

thanks


bashir uddin- bashiruddin008@gmail.com 4 years ago

We like to amap of CS. RS. SA.&BS map of horinathpur union- gongapur gram-hizla thana-barisal zela-bangladesh

would you pls explain me the process it..


Mohammad Monirul Islam 4 years ago

My father bought land in 1986 and give borga to brother of landowner (land sellar),borgadar(he) was poor so he gave 1 time paddy.my father went to get his(father's) land in 2010.then my father knew this land already soled (by whom my father bought) to other in 1989 by showing viadolil(by what my father bought first in 1986).For that in 2010 my father complete Kharij by his registry dollil and complete TAX,DCR.Now,in 2011 my father registred this land to my and mybrother's name.after that we brought Main dalil and make Kharij with TAX,DCR.

we cannot dokhol this land because of they are dangerous people.

===== Can we get this land,how?


sunlight2 profile image

sunlight2 4 years ago from Bangladesh Author

I think you should talk to your lawyer.


BN 4 years ago

Any update regarding preperation of list of vested property. The list was supposed to be prepared by February and published by April 2012. Will the list be available online?


Abdus sabur,charamba,lohagara,ctg. 4 years ago

Dear Sir,I think, all the necessary records related to land (such BS,PS,RS Khatians and deeds documents)should be available online for the greater benefit of common people of bangladesh.

on regards

Abdus Sabur,MaijBilla,Charamba,Lohagara,Chittagong.


Javed 4 years ago

our government has taken steps to change the country and make a digital city.so i expect the document of land will be available in website.


rezaul karim shomon 4 years ago

i learned a lot ,thanks 2 those who have added such useful info,,,,,,,,,thnks guys !


Dr. Tareq Z 4 years ago

Sir,

My father purchase a land from my Phupu (sa owner)since 1965, after made rs record, but we did not get my father name aslo my phupu name, list avalable others person,

pls. give me suggestion about that, what is the eassy process for made a rs record to my father name.

Tareq z,

Narayangonj


sunlight2 profile image

sunlight2 4 years ago from Bangladesh Author

you should talk to your lawyer


Skylab Chowdhury 4 years ago

Want to know about the land laws and land related everything as possible.


salma 4 years ago

I want to know , my husband want to give me his all land properties. can he gives me his all properties by heba or any kinds of prose's. We have no child & he has no sibling. Please let me know.


rubel 4 years ago

if u have any problem with land or land related papers pls let me know that & i can show you way....

pls be noted i'm not a lawyer but working in land related matters form 10years..... rubel_bangla@yahoo.com


পলাশ রায় 4 years ago

....হিন্দু সম্পত্তি অর্পিত আইন এ .....দাবীকৃত সময় সীমা বর্ধিত কনা হয়েছে কি না...?


Biplob 4 years ago

I want to know about the present land registration rule and also will rule for Bangladesh christian people. Can a father donate or willed his land to his son or daughter?


Sabuj Ahmed 3 years ago

what is BS & PS ?


zakirul haque 3 years ago

ami jantee chaie lease low 99 year


The People 3 years ago

The last Survey was completed by The Settlement Department in co-operation with Directorate of Survey and Land Records for whole of KASBA POLICE STATION UNDER DISTRICT OF B.BARIA in the year 1990 , but till date the same was not published for only KASBA proper and nearby few villages .

For this type of long delay , people are suffering . Will the Autherity will take neccessory steps to published the same without any more delay and save people from from their suffering

The People


The People 3 years ago

The last Survey was completed by The Settlement Department in co-operation with Directorate of Survey and Land Records for whole of KASBA POLICE STATION UNDER DISTRICT OF B.BARIA in the year 1990 , but till date the same was not published for only KASBA proper and nearby few villages .

For this type of long delay , people are suffering . Will the Autherity will take neccessory steps to published the same without any more delay and save people from from their suffering

The People


F.M. Mehedi 3 years ago

We don't know about the primitive0 period of the land laws of the indian sub continent . so i feel the necessity to include this history in our curriculum as it is not include in our curriculum. so i think it is necessary. Thanks.............


3 years ago

ANY ONE COULD LET ME KNOW THAT I BOUGHT A PLOT FROM WAQFA ON 99 YRS LEASE BASIS BY REGISTERED DEED. AFTER SOME TIME I CAMETO KNOW THAT NOT THE SAME PLOT BUT WITH IN THE PLOT ARE THAT AREA HAS BEEN AQUIRED BY NATIONAL HOUSING BANGLLADESH,GOVT.SO THER IS MAMLA GOING ON.IS ANY REGISTERED DEED CAN BE CENCELLED BY WAQFA OR ANY OTHER GOVT AUTHORITY?

mmorshedd@yahoo.com


raju 3 years ago

khatian


Pulak Das Gupta 3 years ago

CS records of some land was in one name, but the RS and SA records are in name of the present occupants' Who is the legal owner of the said land.


mahedur 3 years ago

I WANT TO KNOW THE PRESENT LIMIT OF LAND A PERSON CAN OWNED. PLEASE REPLY TO mahedur at yahoo.com


mahedur 3 years ago

I WANT TO KNOW THE PRESENT LIMIT OF LAND A PERSON CAN OWNED. PLEASE REPLY TO mahedur at yahoo.com


Farzana 2 years ago

My father have own following porcha for his property. but he didn't make kharij by his own name.Now their another brother child demand that they have a share in our home land.My father got this land fm his father .

SA-sattelment attestation-1956 to1965

Dp.khatian after 1971 is drafting publication

DERIA record mens adjoing rever soil land and all the.....................

RS-revetional survey

Kindly advice whether they can take this by law?

salmadhk86@gmail.com


www.marahim956.com 2 years ago

My name is WO Rahim

Bangladesh land property is the most important assets for all. Please will be published at the daily bases newspaper for the CS, SA. RS and BS.


Confusedaboutlaw 2 years ago

What is C.S, S.A in land plot ?

What is J.L No in khotian.

What is R.S plot No.

as per Bangladesh land law


mahmodul 2 years ago

i want to know rules against fake land giving case who cheate wiyh buyer.


farid 2 years ago

My father died 1978 and grandfather died 2001. So am I eligible to get the grandfather property by Bangladeshi land law. Please let me know.


Mostafiz 2 years ago

I am looking for regulation as to transfer of Homstead land by the owner by the mode of mortgage. Section 06 of the Land Reforms Ordinance, 1984 states as "6. Any land used as a homestead by its owner in the rural area shall be exempted from all legal processes, including seizure, distress, attachment or sale by any officer, Court or any other authority and the owner of such land shall not be divested or dispossessed of the land or evicted therefrom by any means:

Provided that nothing in this section shall apply to the acquisition of such homestead under any law."

My question, will the mortgagee be able to sell out the mortgaged land, if the conditions of the contract of mortgage allows that?


sunlight2 profile image

sunlight2 2 years ago from Bangladesh Author

Of course you are eligible to get the grandfather property by Bangladeshi land law.


Iqbal 21 months ago

hobigonj jela, sodor; mouja-sultanmahmudpur ke punoray jorip korar jonno onurud kora hoilo. karon, ai moujay onek jamela.jorip walara onek manuser jibon nosto kore gece.


people 21 months ago

The last Survey was completed by The Settlement Department in co-operation with Directorate of Survey and Land Records for whole of KASBA POLICE STATION UNDER DISTRICT OF B.BARIA in the year 1990 , but till date the same was not published for only KASBA proper and nearby few villages .

For this type of long delay , people are suffering . Will the Autherity will take neccessory steps to published the same without any more delay and save people from from their suffering

The People


nabin 15 months ago

I want to know oshi-yot nam-ya dhalil.

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.


    Click to Rate This Article
    working