Constitutional law is the body of law which defines the relationship of different entities within a state, namely, the executive, the legislature, and the judiciary. Constitutional law deals with the fundamental principles by which the government exercises its authority. In some instances, these principles grant specific powers to the government, such as the power to tax and spend for the welfare of the population. Other times, constitutional principles act to place limits on what the government can do, such as prohibiting the arrest of an individual without sufficient cause. In most nations, including the Bangladesh, constitutional law is based on the text of a document ratified at the time the nation came into being.

Our Chamber has a successful track record in challenging the actions of administrative and regulatory authorities of Bangladesh. We also have extensive experience in judicial review of administrative decisions concerning assessment and payment of tax, customs duty and VAT.

This chamber and its members have been involved in many proceedings for the enforcement of fundamental rights, including the rights to life and liberty, equality and equal protection of the law, safeguards on arrest, fair trial, freedom of expression, association, movement and religion and the right to property which are enshrined in our constitution.

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