https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/issue/feed Northern University Journal of Law 2015-12-14T01:14:25+00:00 Professor Dr. A. W. M. Abdul Huq drawmabdulhuq@yahoo.com Open Journal Systems An official journal of the Northern University. https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/article/view/25937 A Journey into Law and Justice 2015-12-14T01:14:15+00:00 Surendra Kumar Sinha authorinquiry@inasp.info <p>Abstract not available</p><p>Northern University Journal of Law Vol.IV 2013; p.8-11</p> 2015-12-14T01:14:15+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/article/view/25938 Influence of Western Jurisprudence over Islamic Jurisprudence: A Comparative Study 2015-12-14T01:14:17+00:00 Syed Sarfaraj Hamid sarfaraj_shovon@yahoo.com <p>Abstract not available</p><p>Northern University Journal of Law Vol.IV 2013; p.13-26</p> 2015-12-14T01:14:17+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/article/view/25939 Market Power Abuse in EU And UK: A Review of Consumer Detriment Issues 2015-12-14T01:14:18+00:00 Afroza Bilkis bilkis360@gmail.com Supravat Halder haldersupravat@gmail.com <p>When a dominant company exploits its market power and that harms fair competition in the marketplace, average consumers remain in the most vulnerable condition having vital influence on but no active participation in the functioning of the market. The actions of a business that has market power can have serious effects on the operation of a market. An undertaking in a dominant position may use its market power in several ways, the most common being exploiting consumers by artificial scarcity and increasing prices. Moreover, there may be diverse interpretation as to the nature of an undertaking while considering market power abuse cases for the purposes of European Union (EU) Competition law. It is significant to consider the status of consumers in a market to see if dominant entities are abusing their powers and therefore test the level of commercialization.</p><p>Northern University Journal of Law Vol.IV 2013; p.27-46</p> 2015-12-14T01:14:18+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/article/view/25940 The Doctrine of Capital Maintenance and its Statutory Developments: An Analysis 2015-12-14T01:14:20+00:00 Md Saidul Islam authorinquiry@inasp.info <p>This article emphasizes on the implication of the doctrine of capital maintenance which means the capital of a company needs to be kept intact for there is a contribution of the creditors and retaining the capital is normally expected to guarantee repayment to the creditors. Any reduction of capital can diminish the liability of members and consequently the position of the creditors can be vulnerable. Therefore, an attempt has been made by this study to reveal the origin, objective and application of the doctrine of capital maintenance to find out a way by which we can save the interest of the creditors as well as satisfy the needs of the modern business.</p><p>Northern University Journal of Law Vol.IV 2013; p.47-55</p> 2015-12-14T01:14:20+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/article/view/25941 The Legal Framework of Corporate Rescue Procedure: A Brief Overview 2015-12-14T01:14:21+00:00 Saquib M Shadman authorinquiry@inasp.info <p>This paper is designed to throw an insight into the legal framework of corporate rescue procedure of the companies in the case of insolvency which are generally governed by insolvency laws. It analyzes the present status and application of insolvency law of our country in the context of companies, by comparing the same with the law of England &amp; Wales. The paper contains major provisions of the present law relating to corporate rescue procedures in English jurisdiction including landmark judgments given in that context. By this comparison, the paper aims to provide the reader with the instigation of thought for making possible improvements in our present law by way of implementing rescue procedures for companies which are in financial difficulties.</p><p>Northern University Journal of Law Vol.IV 2013; p.57-65</p> 2015-12-14T01:14:21+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/article/view/25942 A Contextual Analysis of the Medical Negligence in Bangladesh: Laws and Practices 2015-12-14T01:14:23+00:00 Khandakar Kohinur Akter authorinquiry@inasp.info <p>Medical negligence is a clear violation of right to health by a professional group who are actually on duty to protect when emergency strikes and the health rights are under threat. Medical negligence is lately a popular topic of attention and discussion in many developed states and consequently many of them have enacted and established separate Acts and courts to strengthen health care laws. However in Bangladesh there is no specific and comprehensive legislation to prevent medical negligence though many legal provisions are there under different statutes which are not precisely codified. This article in this background has made an effort to define medical negligence, present laws concerning medical negligence of Bangladesh with their major loopholes and lastly recommends some actions to come on strong preventing such violation of health-care rights.</p><p>Northern University Journal of Law Vol.IV 2013; p.67-81</p> 2015-12-14T01:14:23+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/NUJL/article/view/25943 Legal Framework of Poverty Reduction in Bangladesh: An Analysis From The International Human Rights Law 2015-12-14T01:14:24+00:00 Md Golam Mostofa Hasan authorinquiry@inasp.info <p>Abstract not available</p><p>Northern University Journal of Law Vol.IV 2013; p.83-98</p> 2015-12-14T01:14:24+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##