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We recognize that NRBs and foreign businesses seek legal representation in Courts & Tribunals in Bangladesh on a regular basis in Property, Family, Civil & Criminal matters. More often than not they encounter a number of hurdles due to the distance and lack of direct access to legal help in Court. ACE’s lawyers and associate legal professionals uniquely address this issue and provide quality representation in Tribunals, Subordinate Courts all over the Country, also in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
Whether you are bringing a claim against any party in Bangladesh or defending any action brought in Court, seeking injunctive relief, applying for equitable remedy, demanding compensation, proclaiming ownership or recovering possession, challenging administrative actions, representing public interests or appealing against judgment, we can act on your behalf and appear in any Court of Bangladesh to protect your rights and further your lawful interests.
We provide comprehensive litigation support including pre and post litigation matters. We believe that litigation should be approached from a practical and strategic perspective first and then approached legally once our client’s business goals are adequately outlined and established. Not only can litigation be financially costly, but it can be emotionally draining and can divert your time and energy from productivity. Accordingly, we positively promote avenues for alternative dispute resolution paving the way to amicable settlements before resorting to litigation or seeing the inside of a courtroom.
Arbitration in Bangladesh is increasingly being featured as a means of doing away with the Court route and the length of time it can take to resolve cases. Over the years it has proved to be a successful and efficient tool for setting right disputes arising out of commercial matters. Businesses, especially those with foreign investment concerns are now familiar and keen to include arbitration clauses in standard business agreements.
The Civil Procedure Code (Amendment) Act 2002 of Bangladesh has been enacted to introduce Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) system for early and consensual disposal of civil suits. Section 89A and 89B have been inserted to allow parties to settle their disputes in suits through mediation or arbitration.