The legal framework governing loan recovery in Bangladesh primarily involves statutes and regulations that facilitate the execution and revision processes. Key legal provisions include:

1. Artha Rin Adalat Ain, 2003:

The Artha Rin Adalat Ain, or the Money Loan Court Act, 2003, governs the procedures and mechanisms for loan recovery in specialized tribunals known as Artha Rin Adalats.

2. Bank Companies Act, 1991:

The Bank Companies Act outlines regulations for banking companies and provisions related to loan recovery and legal actions against defaulting borrowers.

3. Limitation Act, 1908:

The Limitation Act prescribes a time limit for initiating legal action for the recovery of debts, ensuring that claims are brought within a specified period.

4. Civil Procedure Code, 1908:

The Civil Procedure Code lays down the procedural rules for civil cases, including those related to loan recovery and execution.