Subordinate Court System of Bangladesh: Governance Challenges and Way Forward - Executive Summary (English)
Judiciary is one of the three vital organs of the State. In Bangladesh judicial structure, subordinate court system is an important stage for providing judicial services the people. Most of the cases are filed in such courts according to their jurisdictions. Chapter 2 (Article 114-116A) of Section 6 of the Bangladesh Constitution describes the mandates of subordinate courts. District and Session Judge Courts, Metropolitan Session Judge Courts, Chief Judicial Magistrate Courts, Metropolitan Magistrate Courts and other Special Courts and Tribunals functioning at local level are included under the Subordinate Courts.