শুক্রবার, ৩০ ডিসেম্বর, ২০১১

About Court Fees of Bangladesh


About Court Fees of Bangladesh


Under the Court-Fees Act, 1870(Act VII of 1870) fees are payable in all Courts and Tribunals and Public Offices according to the schedule 1 and schedule 2 which are mention below :-

Note: This is not a comprehensive list of all fees payable in Bangladesh Courts and Tribunals.









Number


1. Plaint, written statement pleading a set-off or counter-claim or memorandum of appeal (not otherwise provided for in this Act) or of cross- objection presented to any Civil Or Revenue Court except those mentioned in section 3.
























































2.  Plaint in a suit for possession under the Specific Relief Act, 1877, section 9


























































3.  Application for review of judgment, if presented on or after the ninetieth day from the date of the decree



4.  An application presented to any Civil Court for setting aside of a sale in execution of a decree under the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, or The State Acquisition and Tenancy Act, 1950 or an application presented to a Certificate Officer for letting aside a sale in execution of a certificate under the provision of the Public Demands Recovery Act, .1913.



5.  Application-for review of judgement, if presented before the ninetieth day from the date of decree.




6. Copy or translation of a judgement or order not being, or having the force of, a decree




















7.  Copy of a decree or order having the force of a decree

























8.  Copy of any document liable to stamp-duty under the Stamp Act, 1899, when left by any party to a suit or proceeding in place of the original withdrawn












9.  Copy of any revenue judicial proceeding or order not otherwise provided for by this Act, or copy of any account statement, report or the like taken out of any Civil or Criminal or Revenue Court or office, or from the office of any Chief Officer charged with the executive administration of a Division.




10.  Probate of a will or letters of administration with or without will annexed






































































11.  Certificate under the















































12.  Application to the High Court Division for the exercise of its revisional jurisdiction under section 115 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908


Schedule I


When the amount or value of the subject-matter in dispute does not exceed seventy-five Taka, for every five Taka or' part thereof. of such amount or value,

And

When such amount or value exceeds seventy-five Taka, for every five Taka or part thereof, in excess of seventy- five Taka, up to one hundred Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds one hundred Taka, for every ten Taka, or part thereof, in excess of one hundred Taka. up to one hundred and fifty Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds one hundred and fifty Taka, for every ten Taka, or part thereof, up to one thousand Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds one thousand Taka, for every one hundred Taka, or part thereof. in excess of one thousand Taka, up to seven thousand five hundred Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds seven thousand five hundred Taka, for every two hundred fifty Taka, or part thereof, in excess of seven thousand five hundred Taka, up to ten thousand Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds ten thousand Taka, for every five hundred Taka, or part thereof, in excess of ten thousand Taka, up to twenty thousand Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds twenty thousand Taka, for every one thousand Taka, or part thereof, in excess of twenty thousand Taka, up to fifty thousand Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds fifty thousand Taka, for every five thousand Taka, or part thereof, in excess of fifty thousand Taka:

Provided that the maximum fee leviable on a plaint or memorandum of appeal shall be forty thousand Taka:






When the amount or value of the subject-matter in dispute does not exceed seventy-five Taka, for every five Taka, or part thereof, of such amount or value,

And

When such amount or value exceeds seventy-five Taka, for every five Taka, or part thereof, in excess of seventy- five Taka, up to one hundred Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds one hundred Taka, for every ten Taka, or part thereof, in excess of one hundred Taka, up to one hundred and fifty Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds one hundred and fifty Taka, for every ten Taka, or part thereof, up to one thousand Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds one thousand Taka, for everyone hundred Taka, or part thereof, in excess of one thousand Taka, up to seven thousand five hundred Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds seven thousand five hundred Taka, for every two hundred and fifty Taka, or part thereof, in excess of seven thousand five hundred Taka, up to ten thousand Taka,

And

When such amount [or] value exceeds ten thousand Taka, for every five hundred Taka, or part thereof, in excess of ten thousand Taka, up to twenty thousand Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds twenty thousand Taka, for every one thousand Taka, or part thereof, in excess of twenty thousand Taka, up to fifty thousand Taka,

And

When such amount or value exceeds fifty thousand Taka, for every five thousand Taka, or part thereof, in excess of fifty thousand Taka :

Provided that the maximum fee leviable on a plaint shall be seven thousand five hundred Taka.










For every five hundred Taka, or part thereof, on the value of the property sold.





















When such judgement or order is passed by any Civil Court other than the High Court Division, or by the presiding officer of any Revenue Court or Office, or by any other Judicial or Executive Authority-



(a) If the amount or value of the subject-matter is fifty or less than fifty Taka,



(b) If such amount or value exceeds fifty Taka,



When such judgement or order is passed by the High Court Division.





When such decree or order is made by any Civil Court other than the High Court Division, or by any Revenue Court-




(a) If the amount or value of the subject-matter of the suit wherein such decree or order is made is fifty or less than fifty Taka,




(b) If such amount or value exceeds fifty Taka,




When such decree or order is made by the High Court Division,






(a) When the stamp-duty chargeable on the original does not exceed fifty poisha








(b) In any other case,






For every. three hundred and sixty words or fraction of three hundred and sixty words,












When the amount or value of the property in respect of which the grant of probate or letters is made exceeds five thousand Taka, on such amount or value up to fifty thousand Taka,



And




When such amount or value exceeds fifty thousand Taka, on the portion of such amount or va1ue which is in excess of fifty thousand Taka, up to one lakh Taka,





            And



When such amount or value exceeds one lakh Taka, on the portion of such amount or value which is in excess of one lakh Taka, up to two lath and fifty thousand Taka,


And


When such amount or value exceeds two lakh and fifty thousand Taka, on the portion of such amount or value which is in excess of two lath and fifty thousand Taka, up to three lakh Taka

And


When such amount or va1ue exceeds three lakh Taka, on the portion of such amount or value which is in excess of three lakh Taka, up to four lakh Taka,



And

When such amount or value exceeds four lakh Taka, on the portion of such amount or value which is in excess of four lakh Taka, up to five lakh Taka,

And


When such amount or value exceeds five lakh Taka, on the portion of such amount or value which is in excess of five lath Taka:



Provided that when, after the grant of a certificate under the Succession Act, 1925, in respect of any property included in an estate, a grant of probate or letters of an administration is made in respect of the same estate, the fee payable in respect of the latter grant shall be reduced by the amount of the fee paid in respect, of ,the former grant.




When the amount pr value of any debts or securities specified in the certificate under section 374 of the Act exceeds taka twenty thousand but does not exceed taka one lakh


When the amount or value of any debts or securities specified in the certificate under section 374. of the Act exceeds taka one lakh


When the aggregate amount or value of any debts or securities specified in the certificate and of any debts or securities to which the certificate has been extended under section 376 of the Act exceeds taka twenty thousand but does not exceed taka one lakh


When the aggregate amount or value of any debts or securities specified in the certificate and of any debts or securities to which the certificate has been extended under section 376 of the Act excess taka one lakh

Notes:


(1) The amount of debt is the amount including interest on the pay on which the inclusion of the debt in the certificate is applied for, so far as such amount can be ascertained.




(2) Whether or not any power with respect to a security specified in a certificate has been conferred under the Act, and where such power has been conferred, whether the power is for the receiving of interest or dividends on, or the negotiation or transfer, of the security, or for both purposes, the value of a security is its market value on the day on which the inclusion of the security in the certificate is applied for, so far as such value can be ascertained.





Where the application is for revision of an order and the amount or value of the subject-matter is less than two thousand Taka,





Where the application is for the revision of an order and the amount or value of the subject-matter two thousand Taka or more,


Where the application is for the revision of an appellate decree,

Proper Fees (Taka)

Taka 0.55





Taka 0.75





Taka 2.45


                 


Taka 1.70






Taka 11.25





Taka 22.50






Taka 33.75






Taka 45.00






Taka 56.26











Taka 0.30





Taka 0.40





Taka 1.25





Taka 0.85





Taka 5.65





Taka 11.25







Taka 16.90






Taka 22.50






Taka 28.15








The fee leviable on the plaint or memorandum of appeal.


Taka 1.00















A fee in the same scale as
prescribed in Article 2 above









Taka 1.00




Taka 1.50



Taka 3.00













Taka 1.00






Taka 2.00




Taka 8.00







The amount of duty chargeable on the original





Taka 1.00






Taka 1.00













Three per centum.










Five per centum.










Six per centum.







Six and a half per centum.






Seven and a half per centum.





Eight per centum.





Eight and a half centum.















One per centum.




Two per centum.



One per centum of such aggregate.



Two per centum of such aggregate.


























Taka 20.00







Taka 40.00




The fee leivable on a memorandum of appeal.












TABLE OF RATES OF AD VALOREM FEES LEVIABLE ON THE INSTITUTION OF SUITS


Number

Proper fees
1.
Where the amount or value of the subject-matter does not exceed Taka 10,000

10% of the amount.
2.
Where the amount or value of the subject-matter exceeds Taka 10,000 but does not exceed Taka 20,000

Taka 1000 plus 8% of the amount exceeding Taka 10,000.
3.
Where the amount or value of the subject-matter exceeds Taka 20,000 but does not exceed Tab 50,000

Taka 1,800 plus 6% of the amount exceeding Taka 20,000.
4.
Where the amount or va1ue of the subject-matter exceeds Taka 50,000 but does not exceed Taka 1,00,000

Taka 3,600 plus 3% of the amount exceeding Taka 50,000.
5.
Where the amount or the value of the subject-matter exceeds Taka 1,00,000 but does not exceed Taka 2,00,000

Taka 5,100 plus 2% of the amount exceeding Taka 1,00,000.
6.
Where the amount or the value of the subject-matter exceeds Taka 2,00,000

Taka 7,100 plus 1% of the amount exceeding Taka 2,00,000 but the total fees shall not execed Taka 40,000.

























SCHEDULE II
1.  Application or petition































































































2.  Application to any Civil Court that records may be called for from another Court.








3.  Application for leave to sue as a pauper



4.  Application for leave to appeal as a pauper.



5.  Plaint or memorandum of appeal in a suit to establish or disprove, a right of occupancy.



6.  Bail, bond or other instrument of obligation given in pursuance of an order made by a Court or Magistrate under any section of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898, or the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, and not otherwise provided for by this Act.



7.  Undertaking under section 49 of the Divorce Act.



8.  Wakalatnama























9.  Memorandum of appeal when the appeal is not from a decree or an order having the force of a decree and is presented.







10.  Caveat


11.  Petition in a suit under the Native Converts Marriage Dissolution Act, 1866.



12.  Plaint er memorandum of appeal in each of the following suits-


(i) to alter or set a side a summary decision or order of any of the Civil Courts or of any Revenue Court.

(ii) to alter or cancel any entry in a register or the names of proprietors of revenue paying estates.


(iii) to obtain a declaratory decree where no consequential relief is prayed.


(iv) to set aside an award


(v) to set aside and adoption


(vi) for partition and separate possession of a share of joint family property or of joint property, or to enforce a right to a share in a any property on the ground that it is joint family property or joint property if the plaintiff is in possession of the property of which he claims to be a co-partner or co-owner.



(vii) to obtain a decree for dissolution of marriage or restitution of conjugal rights.



(viii) every other suit
where it is not possible to estimate at a money value the subject-matter in dispute and which is not otherwise provided for by this Act. ix)



14.  Agreement in writing stating a question for the opinion of the Court under the Code of Civil procedure, 1908.



15.  Every petition under the Divorce Act, except petitions under section 44 of the same Act, and every memorandum of appeal under section 55 of the same Act.


16.  Plaint or memorandum of appeal under the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1865.
(a) When presented to any officer of the Customs or Excise Department or to any Magistrate by any person having or to dealings with the Government and when the subject-matter of such application relates exclusively to those dealings,

Or,

When presented to any officer of land revenue by any person holding temporarily settled land under direct engagement with Government, and when the subject-matter of the application or petition relates exclusively to such engagement.

Or,

When presented to any Pourashava or Zilla Parishad under any law for the time being in forte for the conservancy or improvement of any place, if the application or petition relates solely to such conservancy or improvement when presented to any Civil Court other than a Principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction or to any Court of Small Causes constituted under the Small Cause Courts ,Act, 1887 or under the Civil Courts Act, Section 25 or to a Collector or other officer of revenue in relation to any suit or case in which the amount or value of the subject-matter is less then fifty taka,

Or,

When presented to any Civil, Criminal or Revenue Court or to any Board or executive officer for the purpose of obtaining a copy or translation of any judgement, decree or order passed by such Court, Board or Officer or of any other document on record in such Court, Board or office.


(b) When containing a complaint or charge of any offence other than an offence for which police officer may, under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898, arrest without warrant, and presented to any Criminal Court,


Or,


When presented to a Civil, Criminal or Revenue Court, or to a Collector, or any Revenue Officer having jurisdiction equal or sub-ordinate to Collector,

Or,

to any Magistrate in his executive capacity and not otherwise provided for by this Act, or to deposit in Court revenue or rent, or for determination by a Court of the amount of compensation to be paid by a land lord to his tenant.




(c) When presented to the Chief Revenue or Executive, Authority or to a Commissioner, or to any Chief officer charged with the executive administration of a Division and not otherwise provided for by this Act.



d) (i) when presented to the High Court Division under section 115 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, for revision of an order---


(a) When the value of the suit to which the order relates does not exceed Taka 1000.00,



(b) When the value of the suit exceeds Taka 1000.00,



(c) When presented to the High Court Division otherwise than under that section.




When the Court grants the application and is of opinion that the transmission of such records involves the use if the post.









































When presented for the conduct of anyone case-




(a) to any Civil or Criminal Court other than the High Court Division, or to any Revenue Court, or to any Collector or Magistrate, or other Executive Officer, except such as are mentioned in clauses (b) and (c) of this number,



(b) to a Commissioner, a Collector of Customs and Excise or to any officer charged with the executive administration of a Division not being the Chief Revenue of Executive Authority,


(c) to the High Court Division or Chief Revenue or Executive Authority.



(a) (i) to any Revenue Court or Executive Officer other than the High Court Division or the Chief Revenue or Executive Authority, (ii) to any Civil Court other than the High Court Division,



(b) to the Chief Revenue or Executive authority. (c) to the High Court Division.
Taka 4.00







































Taka 5.00 for complaint cases and Taka 2.00 for all other cases






Taka 5.00






Taka 5.00









Taka 5.00












Taka 100.00




Taka 200.00




Taka 20.00





5,00 Taka in addition to any fee clevied on the appli- cation under clause (a), clause (b) or clause (d) of article- 1 of this schedule



Taka 5.00




Taka 5.00




Taka 10.00





Taka 10.00











Taka 10.00




Taka 10.00












Taka 20.00





Taka 20.00











Taka 20.00




Taka 200.00


Taka 30.00










Taka 200.00




Taka 200.00





Taka 200.00





Taka 200.00

Taka 200.00


Taka 200.00












Taka 60.00





Taka 200.00








Taka 200.00






Taka 60.00







Taka 60.00




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