Course Details Of LLB (2 Years) At Varendra University:

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Course details of LLB (2 years) at Varendra University:

Course Overview of LLB (2 years) at Varendra University:

The program aims to provide comprehensive education in law as an academic discipline. It aims to develop in students the capacity for in-depth appreciation of relevant subjects and of their importance and to train them to be excellent law practitioners.

The program is focused to realize students’ capabilities to identify and develop new opportunities and integrate theoretical knowledge with the capacity to apply such knowledge in practice with innovations and the practice of innovative leadership.

There will be formal final examinations and all work carried out in the program will be considered in the overall assessment. A satisfactory record of class work will also be required at each stage.

Admission Requirements for LLB (2 years) at Varendra University:

Graduation from any recognized University

Duration of the Program

The duration of the program will be 2 (two) academic years.

Academic Year and Semester System

An academic year will be of three Semesters, 4 months duration under each Semester which will be allotted in the following manner: There will be time period of 16 weeks in which 14 weeks will be for instruction and 2 weeks for registration and examination.

The schedule of three Trimesters is as follows:
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Semester Title of the Semester Duration Semester I Spring January – April Semester II Summer May – August Semester III Fall September – December

Total Credit Hours Requirement

LLB(2 Years) program consists of minimum 66 Credit Hours.

Numerical Grade

Letter Grade

Grade Point

80 % and above

A+ (A Plus)


75% to less than 80 %

A (A Regular)


70 % to less than 75%

A- (A Minus)


65% to less than 70%

B+ (B Plus)


60% to less than 65%

B (B Regular)


55% to less than 60%

B- (B Minus)


50% to less than 55%

C+ (C Plus)


45% to less than 50%

C (C Regular)


40% to less than 45%



Less than 40%



Continuation for Thesis/Project


Evaluation Procedures

The evaluation system is based on class attendance, in course/class test, assignments/term papers, mid-term and final examination. No. of classes, class test and assignment/term paper will depend on respective course teacher. There will be a mid-term in the middle of the Semester. The distribution of marks is as follows:

Class Attendance                    



In course/ class test               



Assignment/Term paper      






Semester Final                        



Course Curriculum of LLB (2years) at Varendra University:

Lecture Hour per Course

The procedures of credit hour Trimester system will be practiced in the academic programs of LL.B (2 Years) having involvements of (14) weeks of instruction in each Semester and courses may have different credit hours having involvement of (14) instruction hour under each specific credit hour.

In this context, a 3 credit hour course running for 14 weeks will have 3×14= 42 hours of teaching.

Courses Structure

18 Courses X 3                                        =54 Credit Hours

2 Courses X 4                                          =8 Credit Hours

2 Courses X 2                                          =4 Credit Hours

Total                                                       =66 Credit Hours


To obtain the Degree of Bachelor of Law (LL.B 2 Years) a student will have to complete minimum 66 Credit Hours with a minimum CGPA of 2.50. If any student fails in any course he/she will get the opportunity to improve the grade by retaking the same in the subsequent Semester like all other students.

Course Description of LLB (2 years) at Varendra University:

  1. LLB 511: Jurisprudence


Jurisprudence: Definition, nature and scope, Law: Definition, kinds and classification, Law and morality, Administration of justice, Sources of law, Legal rights and duties, Ownership, Possession, Liability, Title, Person, Property, Law of obligations, Procedural and Substantive law.

Theories of law: Schools of jurisprudence, Natural School, Legal positivism, pure theory of law, Historical School, Philosophical School, Socialist school, Realist School.

  1. LLB 512: Legal System of Bangladesh

What is legal system? Features of the legal system of Bangladesh and Britain, Historical overview: Administration of Justice during the Moghal, British, Pakistani and Bangladeshi periods, Sources of law, Direct and subordinate legislation, precedent, ratio decidendi  , and obiter dicta. Custom, Categories of law: private, public, substantive, and procedural. Branches of law, Power and functions of the Civil, Criminal, Special Courts and Tribunals, Jurisdiction of Courts: Territorial, Pecuniary, Subject-matter. Appellate, Review, Revision, Independence of judiciary, Enforcement of Law, Public interest litigation, Legal aid and NGOs.

  1. LLB 513: English for Law

Needs assessments, listening skills, reading skills, speaking skills, sentence formation, idioms and phrases, Latin phraseology, client interviewing (identification of issues), client interviewing (Marshalling of facts), opening statements, examination of witness, mitigation plea, closing argument,

Legal Drafting: Basic drafting techniques, plaint, written statement, and other documents required and listening skills discussed in the class by the concerned teacher.

  1. LLB 514: Constitutional Law of Bangladesh

Meaning of Constitution, Classification of Constitution, Different methods of adopting a Constitution, Difference between Constitution and Constitutional Law. The concept of supremacy of the Constitution—Bangladesh perspective. Framing history of Constitution of Bangladesh—the Interim Constitution of Bangladesh—The Proclamation of Independence 1971 and Provisional Constitution Order, 1972. Features of Constitution of Bangladesh, 1972. The preamble of the Constitution of Bangladesh—its status, judicial view on preamble in light of Kesavananda Bharti and 8th Amendment case. Fundamental principles of State Policy—Judicial view, why socio-economic rights are part of Fundamental Principles of State Policy, difference with Fundamental Rights. Fundamental Rights under Bangladesh Constitution and their enforcement. Doctrine of Positive Discrimination under Bangladesh Constitution. The Executive—Powers and Functions of the President. Ordinance making powers of the President. The Prime Minister and the Cabinet. The Legislature—powers and functions. The Judiciary- Jurisdiction of the Appellate Division and the High Court Division. The Concept of Independence of Judiciary –How far the Judiciary of Bangladesh is Independent (In light of Masder Hossain’s Case). The Basic Structure Doctrine under the Bangladesh Constitution in light of 8th Amendment Case.The doctrine of judicial review—Bangladesh, UK, USA perspective. The concept of PIL—Bangladesh Perspective. Amendments of the Constitution—A brief discussion on 14 Amendments. The Caretaker Government under the Bangladesh Constitution. The concept of preventive detention and the provision of preventive detention under the Bangladesh Constitution. Writ, various kinds of writ under the Bangladesh Constitutional framework. Ombudsman under Bangladesh Constitution. Ministerial Responsibility under Bangladesh Constitution. Local Government under Bangladesh Constitution. Emergency provision under the Bangladesh Constitution. The concept of Constitutionalism—Bangladesh perspective. The Defense Service. The Attorney General. The Administrative Tribunal. The Election Commission. Miscellaneous provision of Bangladesh Constitution.

  1. LLB 515: Law of Contract

Preliminary: Evolution of contract law, object and function of contract law, promise, agreement-Meaning, elements and characteristics of Contract- Basis of Contract.  Classification of Contract, including the Standard form Contract.

Offer and acceptance: Proposal: Meaning, Elements Characteristics and Kinds of proposal-Distinction between Proposal and Invitation to Proposal. Acceptance-Meaning, Modes and Characteristics of Acceptance.  Communication, revocation and termination of proposal and acceptance.

Consideration: Meaning, definition and Elements of Consideration-Significance and adequacy of consideration-Unlawful consideration and object-Concept of stranger to contract.

Capacity to Contract: Who cannot make a contract:-Who is minor-The place of minor under the Law of Contract- Persons of unsound mind, nature of contract by person of unsound mind-Persons deprived of the capacity to contract.

Free consent:  Meaning of consent and free consent-.Factors rendering consent not free and their effect upon the validity of contract— Coercion, undue influence, misrepresentation, fraud, and mistake.

Void, voidable and illegal Agreements: Agreements in restraint of marriage- freedom of trade and right to initiate legal proceedings-Agreements involving uncertainty, wager and impossibility.

Legality of Object and Consideration:  Meaning of object and consideration-Grounds in which contracts are held to be unlawful-.Doctrine of public policy-Fate of contract unlawful in part

Contingent Contract and quasi- contract: Contingent contract, conditions of quasi contract, collateral event- Certain relations resembling to those created by Contract (Quasi contract), rationality of quasi- contract.

Performance of Contract: Who is liable to perform? Joint rights and joint liability and performance of reciprocal promises-Time, place and manner of performance-Discharge from liability to perform the contract- Apportion of Payment.

Breach of Contract: Meaning and kinds-Remedies for breach of contract-Damages, Measure of damages and remoteness of damage -Specific Performance of contract and Injunctions under Specific Relief Act.

Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee: Meaning: Distinction between indemnity and guarantee and kinds of guarantee-Rights of Indemnity holder-Rights of the Surety, Extent of the Liability of the Surety-Discharge of liability of the Surety.

  1. LLB 516: Law of Torts

Preliminary: Definition of torts- the nature and scope and objectives of tort law; the range of interests protected by tort law; comparison with law of contract and criminal law- Applicability of tort law in Bangladesh

General principles, Parties and General Defenses: Damnum sine injuria and injuria sine damno, mens rea in tort action, remoteness of damages, reasonable man-Who can sue and be sued, volenti non fit injuria, statutory authority, act of god, inevitable accident, inevitable mistake etc.

Intentional tort and unintentional torts: Relationship between the intentional torts and the tort of negligence; intentional torts including, trespass to the person and to land; the intentional infliction of harm, sexual harassment; interference with goods; reference will be made to some offences which are similar to nominate torts, e.g., assault, battery, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution and conversion- malfeasance, misfeasance and nonfeasance- trespass ab initio.

Negligence: Definition, elements, duty of care, Standard of care-Donoghue vs. Stevenson Principle- proof of absence of care- damage – causation and remoteness-  contributory negligence; voluntary assumption of risk; exclusion of liability-limitation period- last opportunity rule- Res Ipsa Loquitar- Doctrine of Identification

Vicarious liability-Employers’ liability-Liability of the government -Breach of statutory duty-Occupiers’ liability- product Liability

Nuisance – public and private, elements of nuisance, special damage, twenty years prescription, 45 degree rule, not defenses- law of nuisance in Bangladesh.

Absolute liability: Rylands v Fletcher Rule, Extension of the rule, exceptions to the rule, Rylands Rule vs. nuisance, sceinter rule, liability for dangerous animals.

Economic torts: Deceit, conspiracy, breach of confidential information, passing off, Injurious falsehood, intimidation, gherao and picketing, invasion of privacy and other emerging torts.

Defamation: Definition, elements- publication, reference of plaintiff, defamatory statement Kinds- libel and slander- innuendo- Defenses- privilege, fair comment, justification, defamation on the internet, group defamation- tension between defamation law and freedom of expression- present state of defamation law in Bangladesh

Remedies and discharge:  Damages, injunctions, restitution, accounting for profits, declaratory relief, abatement of nuisance and representative actions- comparison of remedies with those of available under the law of contract- discharge of torts.

  1. LLB 517: Constitutional Law of UK & USA

The UK Constitution:

Origin of British Laws. History of British Laws. Features of British constitution: written-unwritten. Development of British constitution. British Monarchy. Royal Prerogatives.

Constitutional Convention. Parliamentary Supremacy: Separation of Powers. The Cabinet: Responsible Government: Ministerial Responsibility. House of Lords. House of Commons. Electoral laws. Parliamentary Privileges. Judicial Review of Administrative actions and Natural justice. Rule of law and the Human rights.

The US Constitution

Salient features of the US constitution. Philosophy of the constitution: separation of powers. Fundamental Rights of citizens and sovereignty of the people. Development of American Constitution. Political Parties. Executive Branch: Legislative Branch: Judicial Branch. Relation between the states. Procedure of Amendment of the constitution. Major Amendments. Comparison between the UK and the US constitution.

  1. LLB 518: Muslim Law

The sources & origin of Muslim Law—Primary, Material & Equitable sources, pre-Islamic Arabian Custom & its effect on Islamic Law. The Concept of Islamic Jurisprudence – The Concept of Sharia & Fiqh and different schools of thoughts in Muslim Law. Development of Islamic Law in different periods. Legislative development in Muslim Law in Bangladesh & its application. Marriage — Essential requirements & prohibitions, forms& legal effects, registration of marriage and Polygamy. Dissolution of Marriage — Forms & legal effects, Talaq, Ila, Zihar, Talaq-e-tawfid, Khula, Mubaraa, Lien & Faskh,Custody & Guardianship, Mahr or Dower, Maintenance or Nafaqa, Muslim Succession & Property Law– Gift, Will, Wakf, Pre-emption, and Inheritance.

  1. LLB 519: Hindu Law

Nature and application of Hindu Law, Sources of Hindu Law, schools of Hindu law, Mitakshara, Dayabhaga Schools, their fundamental differences, Law relating to inheritance, succession of males and females,

Law relating to: marriage, guardianship and custody of the children, adoption, will, debts and partition, position of karta of a joint family, his rights and obligation, maintenance, Stridhana and women’s estate, inheritance of stridhana, religious and charitable endowments, comparative study of Hindu Law in Bangladesh and India.

  1. LLB 520: Law of Equity and Trust

Law of Equity

Common Law Origin and Development of Equity. Nature and Definition of Equity: Courts of Equity: Composition Powers and Functions of the Courts of Equity. Application of Equity Jurisdiction in Bangladesh. Relation between Law and Equity: Equitable Estate and its Relation to Legal Estate. Twelve Maxims of Equity, Their  implications and applicability in Bangladesh in different statutes. Equitable Remedies: Specific Performance. Injunction and Receiver. Nature and Definition of Benami Transaction. Tests of Benami Transaction, Limitations of Benami Transactions, Benami Transaction and Doctrine of Advancement

Law of Trust

Origin and Development of Trust, Nature and Definition of Trust; Classification of Trust; Creation of Trust; Three Certainties, Trustee: Appointment, removal, Powers, Functions, Duties and Obligations of Trustee. Beneficiary: Rights and Liabilities of Beneficiary Breach of Trust and Remedies of Breach of Trust.

  1. LLB 521: Law of Transfer of Property and Registration

Definition, object and extent of applicability, transfer of property, classification of property, transfer of movable and immovable property, valid and invalid conditions & limitations on transport, vested interest and contingent interest, condition precedent and condition subsequent.

Part performance, exchanges, gift, easement, mortgage of immovable property, rights, kinds and liabilities of mortgagor and mortgagee, priority, Doctrine of Marshalling and Contribution, Doctrine of Redemption, Lease of immovable property.

Law of Registration:

The registration-establishment, Registrable documents: Documents of which registration is compulsory and optional Time of presentation, Place of registration, Presenting documents for registration, Enforcing the appearance of executants and witnesses, Presenting wills and authorities to adopt, Deposit and disposal of wills, Effect of registration, and non‑registration Duties and powers of registering officers, Refusal to register, Remedies available in the events of refusal to register Fees for registration, searches and copies, Penalties.

  1. LLB 522: Law of Evidence

Introduction: Object of reading law of evidence, history, The Evidence Act, 1872- definitions

Fundamental Concepts: Relevancy and admissibility- discretionary exclusion- weight

Circumstantial Evidence: circumstantial evidence generally-lies-failure to call a witness or to give evidence-similar fact evidence: an introduction  

Judge and Jury:  law and fact- judge and jury  

Burden and Standard of Proof: evidential and legal burden-civil and criminal standard of proof

Substitutes for Evidence:  presumptions- judicial notice

Witnesses:  competence & compellability- refreshing memory–special measures (children & adults) – self-incrimination

The Course of Evidence:  trial chronology- examination of witness- prior consistent statements- hostile witness cross-examination- further evidence

The Hearsay Rule: Hearsay rule-common law exceptions-statutory exceptions (excluding confessions)

Unreliable Evidence: Confessions to police- cell-confessions by the mentally handicapped- Identification – children- sexual offence victim- accomplice- repressed memory evidence and hypnosis  

Legal Professional Privilege: Legal advice privilege- litigation privilege

Character Evidence:  Accused’s good and bad character- Other character evidence  

Documentary Evidence: Weight of evidence-exclusion of oral by documentary evidence.

Opinion Evidence: layman’s-expert opinion- Doctrine of estoppel, privilege of communication

  1. LLB 523: Company Law

History of Company laws Beginning from The Crown Till the Passing of Company’s Act, 1994. The Nature of Legal Personality and Lifting of Veil of Incorporation. Advantages and Disadvantages of Companies with References to Decided Cases. The Formation of the Company: The Preparation and Submission of the Memorandum and Articles of Association. The Duties and Liabilities of Promoters. The Requirements for Prospectuses and Liabilities thereof. Different Types of Companies. The Role of Registrar of Companies. Majority Rule and Minority Protection. Fraud on Minority. Memorandum of Association. The Relation between Company and Outsiders: The Doctrine of Ultra Vires. Liability of Company and Directors for Ultra Vires Acts. Turquand Rule. Alteration of Objects. Constructive notice and Indoor Management. The commission of torts by the Company. Vicarious Liability and the Alter Ego Doctrine. Article of Association and Alteration of Articles. The relation between the Company and Its Members and among the Members Inter se. Directors: Appointment, Dismissal, Disqualification, Duties, Powers and Limitations. Managing Director. Management of the Company: Meeting, Voting and Resolutions. Division of Functions among Officers and Organs of the Company. Shares and Debentures and Registration. Different Classes of Shares. Rights of Different Classes and the Variation of Share Rights. Capital: Raising, Maintaining, and Reducing the Capital. Discounts, Premiums, Payment of Dividends and Purchase by the Company of Its Shares. Doctrine of Promissory Estoppel, Doctrine of Estoppel. Doctrine of actio personalis moritur cum persona. Doctrine of election. Doctrine of Piecing the veil

Doctrine of Rule in Foss vs. Harbottle. Doctrine of Dolus Malus. Doctrine of onus of proof. Winding -Up: Types of Winding-Up. Powers and Duties of the Liquidator.

  1. LLB 524: Law of Public Demand Recovery and Specific Relief

Law of Recovery of Public Demands
Definitions, Filing, service and effect of certificates, and hearing of objections, Execution of certificate, Reference to civil court, Rules and supplemental provisions.

Rectification of Instrument, Cancellation of the instruments, ‘Declaratory decrees, Enforcement of public duties, Preventive Relief: Injunction.

LLB 525: Labour  Code of Bangladesh

Employment of labour: Definition of worker, classification of workers, formation of contract of service, conditions of employment, leave and holidays, stoppage of work, lay off, retrenchment, discharge, dismissal, termination, procedure for punishment, penalties and procedure, liability of employer, grievance procedure.

Wages: Responsibility for payment of wages, fixation of wage periods, time of payment, deductions and claims out of deductions from wages, penalty for vexatious claims, minimum wages, suit for the recovery of wages.

Compensation for workmen: Employer’s liability for compensation, amount of compensation, compensation for total and partial disablement, fatal accidents, medical examination, powers and functions of commissioners.

Governing Legislation

Labour Code -2006

  1. LLB 526: Penal Laws

Crimes and civil injuries, origin and development of Criminal Law, essential elements of crime, guilty mind, grounds of exemption from criminal responsibility, joint liability, presumption of innocence, mistake of fact and mistake of law, general exceptions, attempts, abetment and conspiracy, punishment: its objects and limit.

Specific offences: (a) offences against the state and other public interest (b) offences affecting the human body: homicide, murder, causing miscarriage, concealment of birth, exposure of infant, diminished responsibility and suicide. Non-fatal offences against person: hurt, grievous hurt, criminal force, assault, wrongful restraint and confinement, kidnapping, abduction, slavery and forced labour, rape and unnatural offences. Offences relating to property: theft, extortion, dacoity, criminal misappropriation of property, criminal breach of trust, stolen property, cheating, mischief, criminal trespass and forgery. Other interest of the individuals: offences relating to marriage, defamation, criminal intimidation, insult, prejudicial act and annoyance.

  1. LLB 527: Land Laws of Bangladesh

History of Land Laws: grant of Dewani-the Bengal Zemindars, their growth and incidents; Law relating to Permanent Settlement: Defect of the Laws. Revenue Laws: Law relating to revenue-free lands –origin of revenue freegrants-special provision regarding lands held in lieu of service; policy of the East India Company in this respect. Law relating to under tenures-Patni taluks and their incidents.

  1. LLB 528: Public International Law

Origin, Nature and Development of International law. Public International Law and Private Int. Law, Difference between Public Int. Law and Private International Law. Subjects of Public Int. Law and Private International Law. Theories as to Basis of International Law. Law of Nature and Positivism. Classification of Public Int. Law. School of Int. Law–Naturalist and Positivist school Neo-Grotius School. Ancient Int. Law. Sources of International Law–Formal and Material sources of Law.

International Treaties and Conventions. International Customs as Evidence as if a general practice and accepted as law. General Principles of law recognized by civilized nations-Decisions of judicial or arbitral tribunals and works of the Jurists. Relation between International law and Municipal law. Theories as to the Relation between International law and Municipal law–Monistic Theory-Dualistic Theory. Transformation of Int. law to municipal law. State practice as to operation of International law within Municipal sphere. (UK, USA, Bangladesh Practice). Subjects of International law–States as principal subject of International law, Individual persons as subjects of International law.

  1. LLB 529: Code of Criminal Procedure

Constitution and power of criminal courts, arrest of persons, process to compel appearance, process to compel production of things, maintenance of public order and tranquility, preventive action of police, the information to police and the process of investigation, jurisdiction of criminal courts in inquiries and trials, initiation of proceedings, complaints to magistrates, charge, trial  of cases by magistrates, summery trials, trials before courts of sessions, mode of taking and recording evidence, judgment, death sentence confirmation. Appeal, reference,  revision, execution, suspension, remission, commutation of sentences, provisions as to bail and bonds, maintenance of wives and children, public prosecutor, irregular proceedings, prevention of offences, security for keeping the peace, unlawful assemblies, public nuisance, disputes to immovable property, preventive action of the police, miscellaneous provisions

  1. LLB 530: Mercantile Law

Law of Sale of Goods: Definition and essentials of a contract of sale, sale and agreement to sale, Formation of contract, Subject matters of contract , Price and fixing, of price, Implied& conditions and warranties, Passing of property , Sale of specific goods, Sale on approval and sale of uncertain goods, Transfer of risk, Transfer of title , performance of the contract, Rights of unpaid seller against goods, Remedies for breach of contract seller’s remedies against buyer, buyer’s remedies against seller, Provisions of auction sale.

Carriage of Goods by Sea: Introduction, Charter Parties, Bills of Lading, Seaworthiness, Deviations, Bills of Lading Act 1856, Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1925, The Hague-Visby Rules, Freight, General and Particular Average.

Carriage of Goods by Land, Railways and Air: Introduction, Common Carriers Act 1865, Railways Act 1890, Carriage by Air Act 1934.

Law of Insurance: Introduction, Insurable Interest, Proposal, Cover Note, Acceptance, Uberimae Fidei, Premium, Policy; Loss, Doctrine of Proximate Cause, Claim, Payment, Subrogation.

Law of Negotiable Instruments: Introduction, Holder and Holder in Due Course, Negotiation, Capacity of Parties, Liability of Parties, Maturity, Presentment, Payment, Dishonor, Discharge.

Law of Bankruptcy: Meaning of bankruptcy, who can be adjudged bankrupt, Acts of Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy proceedings, Composition and scheme of   arrangement.

  1. LLB 531: Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation
  1. Code of Civil Procedure

Procedure and substantive law, organization of Civil Courts in Bangladesh, Civil and Revenue Courts, scope and application of the Civil Procedure Code, structure of the Code, inherent power of Courts, Code not exhaustive, suits and other civil proceedings, jurisdiction of  courts, institution of suits and proceedings, place of suing, parties to the suits, service of summons on defendant, recognized agents and advocates, plaint, written statement, appearance of parties and consequences of non-appearance,  examination of parties, discovery, admission, production, impounding and return of documents, framing of issues, summoning and attendance of witnesses, hearing of the suit, examination of witnesses, judgment, decree, execution, appeal, review, revision, and reference. Special procedure in particular classes of suit, pauper suits, inter-pleader suits, appeals from decrees and orders, temporary injunction, withdrawal and adjustment of suits, commission, arrest and attachment before judgment, appointment of receivers, appeals to the Supreme Court of Bangladesh.

  1. Law of Limitation

Object of law of limitation; Limitation and prescription; Objective, interpretation and application of statutes of limitations; Waiver of limitation; Limitations of suits; Appeals and applications; Computation of period of limitations; Grounds of exemption from extension of period of limitations; Suspension of limitation; Acquisition of ownership by possession; Acquisition of easement rights; Limitation in suits for recovery of land; Saving acknowledgement; Adverse possession; Effect of fraud and acknowledgement on limitation;

  1. LLB 532: Drafting and Conveyance

Law and Principles of Drafting and Conveyance. Distinction between Deeds and other Documents. Sale of Immovable Property: Essentials of a Sale, How to Prepare a Sale Deed, How to Prepare a Contract for Sale Deed (Bayna nama). Mortgage: Essentials of a Mortgage, How to Prepare a Mortgage Deed. Lease: Essentials of a Lease, How to Prepare a Lease Deed. Agreements—various kinds of agreement, essential of agreements, how to prepare various kinds of agreements. Exchange of Properties: Essentials of Exchange, How to prepare an Exchange Deed. Gift or Hiba: Essentials of Gift or Hiba, How to Prepare a Gift or Hiba Deed. Waqf or Trust: Essentials of a Wafq or Trust, How to prepare a Waqf or Trust Deed. Will or Wasiyat: Essentials of a Will or Wasiyat, How to prepare a Will Deed or Wasiyat Nama. Power of Attorney. Essentials of Power of Attorney, How to prepare a Power of Attorney. Notice: Different Kinds of Notice, How to prepare different kinds of Notice. Affidavits: Different kinds of affidavits, How to prepare different kinds of affidavits. Drafting of an enactment of Parliament




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