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Bangladesh Wikipedia page: "The Government of Bangladesh (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ সরকারBangladesh SôrkarGOB) is led by the Prime Minister, who selects all the remaining Ministers. The Prime Minister and the other most senior Ministers belong to the supreme decision-making committee, known as the Cabinet. The Government has three branches; the Executive branch, the Legislative branch and the Judicial branch."

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An Order to provide for the reduction of maximum quantity of land that may be held by a family or a body in Bangladesh and for matters ancillary thereto.

Legislação
Bangladesh, Ásia, Ásia Meridional

The Order deals with the limitation of land property by terms of its size that must not exceed 100 bights if the land is owned by family or individuals. The amount of exceeding land must return to the Government. An exemption is liable to be apllied in case of land owned by religious organization, farmers’ cooperatives or if tea, rubber, cocoa or coffee are being cultivated there; or when its use is being taken in account for industrial projects, when considered beneficial to the public interest.

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An Act to amend the law relating to the Transfer of Property by Act of Parties.

Legislação
Bangladesh, Ásia, Ásia Meridional

The Act deals with the transfer of property from an individual to another by means of sale, mortgage (as per point a), lease, exchange (i.e exchanging the property of land with crops) or donation. In this last case, donation must be accepted by the person in the course of the donor’s lifetime. If the recipient dies before having accepted the donation, this shall be considered null.

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An Act to provide for the improvement of tanks in Bangladesh for purposes of irrigation.

Legislação
Bangladesh, Ásia, Ásia Meridional

In order to improve the condition of reservoirs of water the Collector, as defined in section 2, may serve a notice on the person having control over a tank which has fallen into disrepair or disuse requiring such person to carry out improvements of the tank as the Collector considers necessary (sect. 3). If improvements are not carried out to the satisfaction of the Collector he may declare the tank to be a derelict tank.

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