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The constitution was approved by the Bangladeshi Constituent Assembly.
The East Bengal State Acquisition and Tenancy Act of 1950 (also known as the East Pakistan Estate Acquisition Act 1950) was a law passed by the newly formed democratic Government of East Bengal in the Dominion of Pakistan (present day Bangladesh). The bill was drafted on 31 March 1948 during the early years of Pakistan and passed on 16 May 1951. Before passage of the legislature, landed revenue laws of Bengal consisted of the Permanent Settlement Regulations of 1793 and the Bengal Tenancy Act of 1885.
An Act to provide for the acquisition by the State of the interests of rent-receivers and certain other interests in land in Bangladesh and to define the law relating to tenancies to be held under the State after such acquisition and other matters connected therewith.
It is notable that after independence from the British Colony in 1947, the government of Pakistan enacted the laws in line with the demand of Bangladesh peoples. As a result the regime of land lord has been destroyed by this act in Pakistan.
An Act to provide for the acquisition for public purposes of waste land in Bangladesh