ABU TAHER Vs. NUR MUHAMMAD
SUPREME COURT OF BANGLADESH
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LATIFUR RAHMAN,J. -
(1.) This petition for leave to appeal by respondent No. 2 petitioner is directed against the judgment and order passed by a Company Court of the High Court Division in Matter No. 34 of 1990 on 31- 1-1995.
(2.) The short and material fact relevant for disposal of this petition is that Mr. Nur Mohammad petitioner filed an application under section 38 of the Companies Act, 1913 for rectification of share register of respondent No. 1, namely, Agrani Flour Mills Ltd., a private limited company.
(3.) The case of the petitioner-respondent is that the Managing Director of the company respondent No. 2 Abu Taher persuaded the petitioner for better management of the company to sign some blank letter-heads on the petitioners trading company. After obtaining signature on blank papers from different shareholders of the company respondent No. 2 and 3 started acting arbitrarily in violation of the Articles of Association of the company thereby submitted E form of the company to the Registrar, Joint Stock Companies showing, inter alia, that respondent No. 3 Mr. Mostafa Kamal have transferred his 10 shares to Managing Director on 4-5-1983 as a consequence of that Mr. Mostafa Kamal lost his directorship of the company. Respondent No. 2 petitioner by submitting another E form in 1988 showed that the petitioner before the Company Judge had transferred his 10 shares in the company to respondent No. 2, although the petitioner never transferred his shares in the company to anybody and hence the petitioner by application seeks rectification of share register. The learned Company Judge considered the question of alleged sale and transfer of 10 shares by Nur Mohammad in favour of respondent No. 2 Abu Taher. Nur Mohammad categorically denied of having transferred any shares to respondent No. 2 Abu Taher. Nur Mohammad respondent in his affidavit-in-reply had denied the receipt of any consideration money for his alleged transfer as he never agreed to transfer the shares. The Company Judge found that the share certificate of Nur Mohammad was shown to him by the learned Advocate appearing for the respondents but there was no statement by the respondent that the certificate had been handed over by the petitioner. In the absence of any definite statement from the respondent about the delivery of the share certificate, and in view of the documents on record admitting that the share certificate was not delivered to the company or to respondent No. 2, it cannot be accepted that the share certificate was in fact handed over to the company or to respondent No. 2.;
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