Hasnain Mahmood
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Lawyer(Taxes & Company Law Affair)
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Chittagong Taxes Bar Association
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Application of International Law in National Court of Bangladesh

Posted on January 2, 2019 at 3:31am 0 Comments

The judicial application of international law at national Courts is in effect progressively observed and perceived over the world. This issue ought not be treated as impedance with state power or national legitimate framework yet be seen generously. In spite of following the dualistic lawful convention, Bangladesh is unavoidably dedicated to regard International law. Additionally, Bangladesh approved all the center universal human rights instruments the greater part of which, nonetheless,… Continue

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