Administrator General and Official Trustee (AGOT) of Bangladesh
The AGOT Office:
In 1938, Official Receiver Act, and Official Trustee Act were enacted and both the offices of Official Receiver and Official Trustee are being administered under these Acts. A Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Law of the then East Pakistan was in charge of both the offices with separate budget. In pursuance of the recommendation of the ENAM Committee, both the offices were amalgamated in 1982 and re-named as "Director General, Official Trustee & Official Receiver, and Bangladesh Supreme Court".
Functions of the AGOT Office:
Ø To maintain & lease out the property of the zamindar estate.
Ø To maintain, manage & sell out the property of the company declared insolvent by the court.
Ø To maintain, manage & sell out the property of the wound up companies as par direction of the High Court Division.Contact Administrator General and Official Trustee (AGOT) Bangladesh Supreme Court,
75, Nayapolton, Dhaka.