Supreme Courts (Highest Instance)
Constitution art 94 :
(1) There shall be a Supreme Court for Bangladesh (to be Known as the Supreme Court of Bangladesh)
comprising the Appeallate Division and the High Court Division.
(2) The Supreme Court shall consist of the Chief Justice, to be known as the Chief Justice of Bangladesh,
and such number of other Judges as the President may deem it necessary to appoint to each division.
Art 95: (1) The Chief Justice and other Judges shall be appointed by the President.
Art 96: (1) Subject to the other provisions of this article, a Judge shall hold office until he attains the age of 60[sixty-seven] years.
Art 101: The High Court Division shall have such original, appeallate and other jurisdictions, powers and functions as are or may be conferred on it by this Constitution or any other law.
Art 103: (1) The Appellate Division shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine appeals from judgments, decrees, orders or sentences of the High Court Division.
Art 109: The High Court shall have superintendence and control over all courts 64[and tribunals] subordinate to it.
Supreme Court of bangladesh
First Instance Courts
Minor Courts Justices of the Peace
Small cause Courts Act :
15. (1) A Court of Small Causes shall not take cognizance of the suits specified in the second schedule as suits excepted from the
cognizance of a Court of Small Causes.
(2) Subject to the exceptions specified in that schedule and to the provisions of any enactment for the time being in force,
all suits of a civil nature of which the value does not exceed 1[ twenty five thousand Taka] shall be cognizable by a Court of Small Causes.
(3) Subject as aforesaid, the Government may, by order in writing, direct that all suits of a civil nature of which the value does not exceed 2[ thirty thousand Taka] shall be cognizable by a Court of Small Causes mentioned in the order.
Courts of Small Causes
Administrative Appellate Court
Administrative Tribunals Act 1980
6. (1) The Administrative Appellate Tribunal shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine appeals from any
order or decision of an Administrative Tribunal.
Aministrative Appellate Tribunal
Administrative Courts (First Instance)
Administrative Tribunals Act 1980:
4. (1) An Administrative Tribunal shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine applications made by any
person in the service of the Republic 1[ or of any statutory public authority] in respect of the terms and conditions
of his service including pension rights, or in respect of any action taken in relation to him as a person in the service of the Republic 2[ or of any statutory public authority].