Contempt of Courts Act, 1926

Section 2 – Punishment for disobedience to courts order

When the appellants by showing disregard to the directions of the Company Court did not hold or cooperate to hold the A.C.M of the company on unfounded pretext and continued the defiant attitude without seeking any apology or expressing any remorse, the penalty of fine imposed by the High Court Division has been held by the apex court to be perfectly justified.

Hamidul Haque another Vs. Akhtaruzzaman, 11 MLR (2006) (AD) 32.

Contempt of Courts Act, 1926

Section 2 – Acceptance of apology in appeal by the Appellate Division

When the appellant condemners admitted their guilt of disobedience to the court order and tendered unconditional apology, the Appellate Division accepted the apology and in consideration of the apology and the confusing nature of the order, set aside the order of conviction and Sentence for contempt of court.

Abul Kalam Azad and others Vs. Mohammad Iqbal Hossain and others 13 MLR (2008) 205.