Artho Rin Adalat Ain 2003 covers the matters regarding recovery of loans by financial institutions. These matters are regarded as matters of civil natures. Only financial institutions as well as banks can file cases against the borrower under this Act. Loan-receivers/ borrowers cannot file cases against the financial institutions or banks under this Act. It is a special type of law and it has been enacted only to early recovery of bad loans of the financial institutions and the banks.
How participants will benefit after the course:
Participants will know how to recover the stuck-up / classified loans and advances. Also they will know what they should do and also about the remedies. New customer or regular borrower of the financial institutions and banks will be alert about repayment of the loans and be careful about not to be a defaulter borrower. Law students or Advocates who have interest to know about this law, will know how to file the cases in the court and about the steps which to be taken in the cases filed under this Act.
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Rubaiya Zafar Khan, M.Com, LLB,LLM, DAIBB
Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh
With a professional Experience of more than twenty five years, Ms. Rubaiya Zafar Khan has been practicing Law and conducting different professional development training programs for numerous banks of the country.
Ms. Rubaiya has been working as a professional development trainer for major private banks of the country for last fifteen years. Her expertise in the field of banking laws has been quite appreciated from different banks and institutions of Bangladesh.
Along with the experience of a trainer, she also holds a decade expertise in practicing laws as an Advocate in both High Court and District Court. Ms. Rubaiya is also operational as a Legal Adviser of Exim Bank Ltd. and as Panel Lawyer for Agrani, Jamuna and National Bank Ltd. Among the different professional facilities that she has been providing for last two decade of her professional journey, Company Matters, Writ Matters, Service Matters, Civil cases and Criminal cases are the fields where she has left her triumph marks.
Her proficiency areas are Artho Rin Adalat Ain, 2003 (Money Loan Court Act-2003), Negotiable Instrument Act 1881, Transfer of Property Act 1882, Registration Act 1908, Stamp Act 1899, Court- fees Act, Law of Contract 1872, The Limitation Act 1908, The Bankers Book Evidence Act 1891, The Financial Institution Act 1993, Money Laundering Prevention Act 2012, Banking Companies Act 1991, Companies Act 1994 etc. Currently she is working as an associate of A. Imam & Associates, headed by Learned Senior Mr. Akhter Imam, Barrister-at-law & Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh and active partner of Nabi, Khan and Associates, a law chamber with Md.Maqsudun Nabi, Barrister-at-law and Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. She is an active member and associated with different dynamic organizations of Bangladesh. Among which Diploma Associate of Institute of Bankers, Bangladesh (DAIBB); Life Member of Kushtia Zilla, Samity, Kakrail; Member of Heart Research Institute; and Former Associate of “The Law Associates” are the major one. Beside these she is also well connected with eminent Barristers, Senior Advocates and Advocates of District Courts & Supreme Court of Bangladesh.