Online ISSN: 2519-9722 | Print ISSN: 2522-6789
Volume 7 Number 3 September 2022
An Analysis of Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in BangladeshPages: 79-85
Authors: Md Rezaull Karim, Muhammad Imran Tahir, Pua Manilyn
The recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments is an aspect of private international law and concerns situations where a successful party to a case seeks to rely on a judgment obtained in a court of another jurisdiction. The most common example of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments is where a party obtaining a favorable judgment in one state or country may seek to have the judgment recognized and enforced in another state or country. The goal of the study is to determine whether Bangladesh’s current regulations regarding the recognition and execution of foreign judgments are consistent with the demands of contemporary business. This article would discuss the Recognition and enforcement process of a foreign judgment in Bangladesh. This article further reviewed the types of judgments that may be recognized and enforced in Bangladesh. A reciprocating agreement between states is necessary for the enforcement of a foreign judgment, which has also been legalized. Therefore, this paper will briefly go through those conditions for a foreign judgment’s enforcement. This paper sought to discuss the court proceeding if the foreign judgment conflicts with a previous judgment in relation to the same dispute between the same parties. This paper determines to find the present proceeding of a foreign judgment in Bangladesh and also suggests a few important recommendations to make sure that foreign judgments are properly recognized and enforced.
Remuneration and Organizational Responsiveness of Anambra State Fire ServicePages: 60-78
Authors: Kierian Tochukwu Eze
The increased nature of uncontrolled fire disasters in Nigerian is an issue that calls for urgent attention on the responsiveness of the Nigerian fire service. With a focus on Anambra State – where fire disaster cases were recorded the most in the last decade in Nigeria – this research examined the correlation between employee remuneration and the poor responsiveness of the Anambra state fire service. Using the frequency percentage distribution table, data were presented and analyzed, while the hypotheses were tested using the mean method. The result shows that poor remuneration among other crucial factors is a causative of the poor responsiveness of the fire service and implicitly, increased uncontrolled fire disaster cases. Based on the findings, increased salaries and allowances of firefighters, creation and positioning of more fire stations, etc. was recommended to tackle the malaise and reduce uncontrolled fire disaster cases in the country.