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Land & Property Law

Land & Property Law in Bangladesh

Land and property law in Bangladesh is a complex area that requires the assistance of legal professionals to ensure smooth and legally sound transactions. Legal & Consultancy Services Bangladesh provides residential and commercial land/property law-related services to help clients with all aspects of property ownership and transactions. Here are some of the ways in which property lawyers can help and the associated fees charged by government bodies.

Whether you’re looking to buy or sell residential or commercial real estate, Legal & Consultancy Services Bangladesh is the legal team for you. With extensive experience in all areas of property law of every description, our lawyers possess the professionalism and necessary knowledge you need to ensure that real estate ownership transfer is achieved quickly, efficiently and without issues arising. Make the smarter choice and speak to us today whether you’re buying a family home or looking to sell a piece of land.

The area of Land & Property Law encompasses several components and can include:

1. Sale and purchase of land
2. Land partition
3. Gift/Heba, mutation
4. Land, flat, property registration etc.
5. Vetting of property documents for authenticity and review of the contract of sale

6. Landlord and tenant-related laws, rental arrangements, disputes, arbitration etc.

Sale and Purchase of Land:
Property lawyers can assist clients with the sale and purchase of land by drafting and reviewing contracts, conducting due diligence, and advising clients on legal issues related to property ownership. The total fees associated with the transfer of property ownership, including registration fees and taxes, vary depending on the location and value of the property. In Bangladesh, the total cost for registration and mutation of property is around 5% to 15% of the property's value, and the process usually takes 2 to 4 months.

Land Partition:
Land partition refers to the division of property among co-owners or family members. Property lawyers can assist clients in dividing property and drafting legal documents related to land partition. The fees charged by the government for land partition depend on the location and size of the land. In Bangladesh, the fees for land partition range from BDT 200 to BDT 500 per decimal of land, and the process usually takes 2 to 3 months.

Gift/Heba and Mutation:
Property lawyers can assist clients with gift/Heba and mutation of property, which involves transferring ownership from one party to another as a gift. The government fees for the mutation of property in Bangladesh are around 2% to 8% of the property's value, and the process usually takes 2 to 3 months.

Property Registration:
Property registration involves registering ownership of land or property with the government. Property lawyers can assist clients with property registration by ensuring that the necessary documents are filed and that the property is legally registered. The government fees for property registration in Bangladesh are around 5% to 12% of the property's value, and the process usually takes 2 to 4 months.

Vetting of Property Documents:
Property lawyers can assist clients by vetting property documents for authenticity and reviewing contracts of sale to ensure that they are legally sound. The fees for this service vary depending on the complexity of the transaction.

Landlord and Tenant-Related Laws:
Property lawyers can assist landlords and tenants with rental arrangements, disputes, arbitration, and other legal matters related to property ownership. The fees for these services vary depending on the nature and complexity of the legal issue.

Property Disputes:
In addition to transactional work, property lawyers may also handle litigation related to property disputes, such as boundary disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, and disputes related to property ownership. The fees for property litigation vary depending on the nature and complexity of the legal issue.

Overall, property lawyers play a critical role in ensuring that property transactions and disputes are handled effectively and efficiently, protecting the legal rights and interests of their clients. While the government fees associated with property transactions can add up, the cost of legal fees from a property lawyer can vary depending on the complexity of the legal matter and the scope of services required. It is recommended to speak to a property lawyer in Bangladesh to obtain a quote for their services based on your individual circumstances.


Speak to the land & real estate lawyers at 'Legal & Consultancy Services Bangladesh' to find out how our legal services could support you. Contact us today at 01971 333 491 or send us your questions through our contact page or via email at and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Our legal services related to Land & Property Law 

Land Mutation

1. Gift/Heba, Mutation

2. Land & Property Tax

3. Land & Property related permits from different government bodies. 

Frequently asked questions about our legal services related to land & property law
1. What are the various aspects of Land & Property Law in Bangladesh, and how does LACSB help in navigating through these complexities?

Land & Property Law in Bangladesh encompasses various aspects such as property registration, land acquisition, land disputes, lease and tenancy agreements, land development, and property inheritance. LACSB provides comprehensive legal services to help clients understand and resolve complex legal issues related to these matters. Their experienced lawyers offer consultation, documentation, negotiation, litigation, and other support services to ensure clients' rights and interests are protected.

4. What role does LACSB play in property inheritance and succession issues in Bangladesh?

Property inheritance and succession in Bangladesh are governed by various religious and personal laws. LACSB helps clients navigate these complex legal provisions and secure their rightful share in the inherited property. They provide legal advice on wills, probate, and administration of estates, as well as represent clients in inheritance disputes and litigation.

2. How does LACSB handle land disputes and property litigation in Bangladesh?

LACSB has a team of experienced lawyers who specialize in land disputes and property litigation. They assess the client's situation, review relevant documentation, and devise a strategy to resolve the dispute, either through negotiation or litigation. LACSB lawyers represent clients in court, if necessary, and handle all aspects of the legal process to achieve a favorable outcome.

5. How does LACSB assist with lease and tenancy agreements for land and property in Bangladesh?

LACSB provides legal advice and representation for clients involved in leasing or renting land and property in Bangladesh. Their services include drafting and reviewing lease and tenancy agreements, ensuring compliance with relevant laws, negotiating terms on behalf of clients, and representing clients in disputes related to lease and tenancy.

3. How can LACSB assist with land acquisition and property development projects in Bangladesh?

LACSB offers comprehensive legal services for land acquisition and property development projects. They assist clients in negotiating with landowners, conducting due diligence, obtaining necessary permits, and ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations. LACSB also provides legal advice on joint venture agreements, financing, and other aspects of property development to ensure projects are completed smoothly and within the legal framework.

6. Can LACSB help with property registration and transfer of ownership in Bangladesh?

Yes, LACSB can assist with property registration and transfer of ownership in Bangladesh. Their lawyers guide clients through the entire process, which includes preparing and submitting necessary documents, paying applicable fees, and ensuring compliance with the relevant laws. LACSB also provides legal advice on property-related tax issues and represents clients in disputes arising from property registration or transfer of ownership.

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