Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Who is the best lawyer in Tando Muhammad Khan?

The best lawyer in Tando Muhammad Khan is Miss Farzana Channa Advocate. She has expertise in Family Laws of Pakistan. She is very kind to her clients. She has soft corner for her clients. She is very helpful as she likes to help people.

Miss Farzana Channa Advocate has her office near District Court of Tando Muhammad Khan Sindh, Pakistan. Not many lawyers are so well conversant in family laws in Tando Muhammad Khan. She can be contacted at +92-333-2541583 

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Striking out a matter from pleadings

The civil courts in Pakistan are empowered to strike out a matter from pleadings under the provisions of code of civil procedure, 1908. This provision is present in order VI rule 16 of Code of Civil Procedure 1908 which is reproduced below:-

"16. The Court may at any stage of the proceedings order to be struck out or amended any matter in any pleading which may be unnecessary or scandalous or which may tend to prejudice, embarrass or delay the fair trial of the suit."

In practice no court strikes out a matter from pleadings on its own motion. The aggrieved party has to file an application in this regard. The respondents have to file replies on such application accordingly. There are arguments afterwards and after hearing the parties, the judge can either accept the application or dismiss it.

Friday, 17 November 2017

Consolidation of Family Cases is always good

It is always good to consolidate cases of same nature between same parties. Often it happens that cases are transferred and heard in different courts administratively. In such like circumstances the litigants almost suffer in all cases because of conflicting judgments by different judges.

There should not be conflicting judgments in cases. Each and every Judicial Officer is a human. He has his own level of understanding and delivering justice on a certain case. When two similar cases are heard by different judicial officers, they can't realize the impact of decision of one case on the other. The parties suffer at times because of unfair decisions in such cases.

A good practice is to hear even different cases between parties jointly. For example if there is a guardianship case between same parties and a maintenance suit also between same parties, they can be heard by the same judge. In this scenario the judge can understand the circumstances between parties with a broader perspective.

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

No adverse decision is passed on strike day

It is very unfortunate that the courts in Pakistan generally do not proceed with cases on dates when strikes are called off. There are at least two parties in a case. Similarly there are at least two lawyers in a case. There are multiple cases in a single court for hearing in one day. So all of the parties and their lawyers suffer because of adjournments on strike day.

Mechanism should be developed in a way that the Judges and Lawyers should both work on strike day so that the system of justice don't suffer at any cost. The judges may be forced to decide cases as per law even on strike dates.

Usually strikes effect lower judiciary only. There is no effect of strikes on the High Courts and Supreme Court. However, a fact is that the majority of litigation is in the lower courts. Hence it is best to bring change in the system.

Who is the best Family Attorney in Argentina?

A simple answer to this question is that the best family case attorney in Argentina is Ms. Maria Paula Termini.

She has excellent knowledge and professional experience in dealing with family cases. Her office is very elegant with having excellent reputation. Her charges are very reasonable for her clients. She can be contacted at Paolatermini82@gmail.com or at +5491124856765

She is well conversant with the laws of Argentina as well as with International Laws. She knows exactly how and when to proceed with whatever kind of case. Her clients always remain very satisfied with her performance. We highly recommend her services for all kinds of family cases. Best of Luck..

Who is the Best Criminal Lawyer in Argentina?

The best criminal attorney in Argentina is Ms. Maria Paula Termini. She is a young professional with having excellent knowledge and professional experience. She is very well conversant with the statutory knowledge of criminal law. Her charges are very reasonable for all kinds of criminal cases in Argentina. She can be contacted at Paolatermini82@gmail.com or at +5491124856765

Ms. Maria is very active and very intelligent. She has expertise in criminal trials as well as in bail matters. Her good reputation helps her clients in succeeding in their cases. We highly recommend her services for all kinds of criminal cases in Argentina. Best of Luck..

Who is the best lawyer in Argentina?

The best attorney in Argentina is Ms. Maria Paula Termini. She is a young professional with having excellent knowledge and professional experience. Her charges are very reasonable for her clients. She can be contacted at Paolatermini82@gmail.com or at +5491124856765

She is well conversant with the laws of Argentina as well as with International Laws. She is active and very intelligent. She has expertise in various niches of law. Her good reputation helps her clients in succeeding in their cases. We highly recommend her services. Best of Luck..

Friday, 3 November 2017

Forum of Divorce Case in Pakistan

Family Courts in Pakistan have nothing to do with divorce cases. Divorce cases are heard and concluded in the Arbitration Councils in Pakistan. Similarly the West Pakistan Family Courts Act 1964 and West Pakistan Family Courts Rules 1965 are two main statutes that deal with family cases in Pakistan.

Both the captioned statutes have almost nothing to do with the divorce cases. Divorce cases are governed by another statute in Pakistan which is the "Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961". This statute formulates and empowers quasi judical forum of Arbitration Councils for proceeding with divorce cases.

The process of divorce is often simple in all corners of Pakistan. There are three adjournments generally for the reconciliation proceedings. At the end the case gets decided resulting in divorce mostly.

For further consultation you can consult at lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Family Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Sunday, 15 October 2017

Khula is possible without visiting Pakistan

According to section 18 of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act 1964 a pardanasheen lady can be represented through her attorney in the family court. According to the judgments of Superior Courts of Pakistan "every lady is presumed to be pardanasheen lady". Hence the interpretation of Section 18 of the Family Courts Act 1964 is that every lady can be represented through attorney in the family court.

There is no discrimination in law. Hence male litigants can also be represented through attorneys in the family courts of Pakistan. In practice mostly it happens that women are represented through their real brothers or fathers in the family courts.

Similarly if a person is residing outside Pakistan, it is not mandatory for such person to visit Pakistan. He/she can appoint an attorney and can be represented through that person in the Family Courts of Pakistan.

For more information on this topic you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Family Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Divorce case can be concluded without visiting Pakistan

A person living outside can conclude his her case of divorce in Pakistan. Personal appearance of spouses is mandatory in divorce proceedings. However the same can be dispensed through the appointment of nominee ..

In divorce proceedings the spouses can appoint their nominees that can represent them in the reconciliation proceedings in divorce cases.

There is a proper procedure of attestations required for appointment of nominee .. If that is fulfilled then personal appearance can be dispensed. For more information you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Family Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Friday, 13 October 2017

How to deal with Poor Investigation of Police?

It often happens that the police investigates a criminal case very poorly. The reason is that the investigation officer is the person on whom the entire investigation is dependent. It is easy for the offender and his supporters to bribe that person and get maximum favors from him in getting the poor investigation done.

In such like circumstances it is best to change the investigating officer and get the case re-investigated. Proper procedure of re-investigation is to file application before the senior officials of police. They usually replace the investigation officer and order for re-investigation of case.

If a criminal case is not properly investigated, it is hard to prove it in the court of law. Because the prosecution has to prove a criminal case beyond the shadow of any doubt. So if investigation is poor, the case has doubts and ultimately it results in poor decision.

For more you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Criminal Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Thursday, 12 October 2017

Non Appearance of Husband in a Khula Case

If a husband does not appear in the Khula case, the case proceeds ex-parte against him and the wife ultimately gets Khula. It is best to contest the case if it is filed against the husband. Because that way he gets a chance to reconcile the marriage through court.

Another aspect is that if a wife demands any amount of recovery against the dower, dowry articles, maintenance, gifts or in any other way, she may get all of that in the ex-parte suit. The family judge has descretionary powers to give relief to the wife contesting the case.

So it is always best to contest and avail the opportunity of defending whenever a Khula case is filed against the husband.

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Family Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Value of a Legal Opinion

A legal opinion is a document showing an expert opinion of a lawyer or a law firm on a legal matter. It has evidential value as well as persuasive value depending upon its credibility and use in particular circumstances.

Many litigants win cases in appellate tribunals and international courts merely on the basis of credible legal opinions. A legal opinion holds paramount importance when its from a credible source involving an expert and when its required on a question of law especially pertaining to a particular state or country.

We as a law firm provide legal opinions on Pakistani Law as well as international law wherever required. Our legal opinions are drafted by professional lawyers after proper research.

If you require any legal opinion on any topic of law, you can consult internationallawyerinfo@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Lawyer

Charges of a Family Case in Pakistan

There are no fixed charges of a family case in Pakistan. The reason is that there are variety of cases that can be filed in Family Courts, Arbitration/Union Councils and at various other forums. Similarly different cases are concluded in different times because of various reasons. So it is hard to quote a price of a family case without knowing exactly the time and effort which a lawyer has to put into it.

Generally speaking a good Family Lawyer charges between $1000 to $2000 per family case in Pakistan. A malpractice is that some people quote very low charges for a family case but when it proceeds, they impose hidden charges which are sometimes unbearable for those involved in such cases.

It is also better to pay good service charges to lawyers for availing quality services as family cases usually impact the persons involved for rest of their lives.

For further information you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Family Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Divorce Processing Fee in Pakistan

Divorce processing fee varies from lawyer to lawyer and its dependent on many factors. Generally speaking a good lawyer charges $1500 to $2000 for processing a divorce case in Pakistan.

There are cheap lawyers as well as expensive lawyers working on divorce cases in Pakistan. The better the lawyer is, the better is his fee structure. For poor services, the fee structure is usually poor.

A saying is very famous in legal profession " It is better to request the opponent then hiring a cheap lawyer". So a cheap lawyer is never advisable for an important case of divorce no matter how simple it looks like.

A divorce process usually comprises of 3 dates of reconciliation at least. A good lawyer provides divorce certificate after the conclusion of divorce case.

For more you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Advocate High Court
+92-333-5339880

Custody case against Khula case

When a wife files suit for dissolution of marriage on the grounds of Khula, it is unstoppable unless its reconciled successfully or withdrawn by wife.

Before filing a family suit of such nature a wife or her parents think on the matter for a considerable time before taking such important decision of going into litigation and spending huge amount on it. Hence to change their mind, a husband is left with very little option for saving his marriage.

Filing a custody case in such like circumstances is the best idea. The reason is that the children are the best bond between spouses. When a wife has a fear that on losing the custody case, she can lose her custody over children, she thinks over reconciling rather then ending marriage.

For more you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Divorce process in Lahore

Often it happens that the spouses come to a point whereby divorce is the only situation to which they have to pass by .. However a fact is that the mere pronouncement of divorce doesn't conclude it legally.

Legally the divorce process has to be adopted under the provisions of section 7 of the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961. The process of divorce is almost same in whole of Pakistan.

Lahore is the provincial capital of Punjab province in Pakistan. It has one district, one arbitration council and many union councils. The divorce case is filed in the union council or arbitration council where the wife resides.

The process is of 90 days with at least 3 adjournments. If there is no reconciliation between spouses during the divorce case, it ends up in divorce and ultimately divorce certificate is issued.

For more advise you can contact lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Advocate High Court
+92-333-5339880 

Saturday, 30 September 2017

FIR against Malik Riaz Lodged at Barakahu

FIR has been lodged against Malik Riaz CEO Bahria Town and his son Ali Riaz to Bhara Kau Police Station, Islamabad.

This is a hot news that police station of Bhara Kau has lodged the FIR against the land grabbers (Malik Riaz and Ali Riaz owners of Behria Town) on the direction of Justice of peace/additional session judge (East), Islamabad.

Complainant Raja Yasir Ali Abbasi is the owner of a land which was illegally occupied  by Mailk Riaz and his land grabber team.

The total area of the land is almost 18 kanal which is very costly.

The application was submitted to the SHO Bhara Kahu P.S on July 26,2017 by the complainant but no action was taken against the culprits.

After that the complainant submitted another application to SSP Islamabad but no single necessary action was taken by the police.

After a hectic and tedious exercise as wel as looking the irresponsible behaviour of local police the complainant  approached to the Justice of Peace/Session Coirt and filed petition u/s 22-A Cr.P.C because there was not available any efficacious remedy to the complainant where the justice of peace issued the directions to local police for registration of FIR u/s 154 Cr.P.C.

After getting the orders of the court initially, officials of police station Bhara Kahu was hesitating and not registerimg the FIR. Despite showing the evidence they tried to manipulate the entire evidences and did not pay any significant attention to it but later on they register the FIR against the accused persons.

The complaimant Raja Yasir encouraged and continued his legal proceedings with full support of legal fraternity to follow this case. Honourable Court ordered the police department to take some necessary action against such criminal activities.

FIR NO 383/17
Dated: September 29, 2017 U/S 379/427/341/447/109 PPC
PS BHARA KAHU

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Registration Procedure of Non Profit Organization in Pakistan

There are different procedures for Registration of Non Profit Organizations in Pakistan. The reason is that there are different enactments that govern and regulate such procedures. The best statute in this context is the Companies Act 2017. The registration procedure of a Non Profit Company is time consuming as well as its expensive. However, it is the most updated and best type of Non Profit Organization registered in Pakistan.

The easiest and most cost effective way to register a non profit organization or NGO is under the Trusts Act 1882. It does not require much time in the registration procedure. Another aspect is that 4 persons can register an organization under the provisions of the Trusts Act 1882.

Some other ways for the registration of Non Profit Organizations in Pakistan include the organizations registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 and Volunteer Social Welfare Act 1961. However, both ways are not much feasible for the registration and governance of Non Profit Organizations.

It is always best to consult your lawyer before registration of your organization so that proper advise as per requirement is obtained properly.

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
NGO Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Status of Accused After Acquittal from a Criminal Case

Accused Enjoys Double Presumption of Innocence after Acquittal

Acquittal from a criminal case means that the accused has done nothing wrong in the eyes of law. He is proved innocent during the Trial. It is immaterial whether the Trial concluded after proper evidence or the result of same came on a petition of acquittal if the end result clearly shows that the accused is innocent.

If an accused is declared innocent by any competent court, he enjoys double presumption of innocence. The remedy available to the prosecution in such like circumstances is appeal mostly. The order of Trial court can be challenged in the appellate court under the provisions of Section 417 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1898.

However, an accused is left with almost no fear once declared innocent from the Trial Court. But a fact is that the prosecution and complainant both have the right to prove irregularities if any in the appellate court. If they are successful in any case then the Trial can be reopened or the order of Trial Court acquitting the accused can be set aside.

For more information you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Criminal Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Legal Status of Divorce During Pregnancy


A Muslim woman cannot be divorced during pregnancy. If a husband pronounces divorce to his wife during pregnancy, it is immaterial till delivery. However, if after delivery of child, it is not reconciled within 90 days, it becomes divorce.

The reason is that the Iddah of a Muslim woman is 90 days after pronouncement of divorce by the husband. If divorce is pronounced to a Muslim wife during pregnancy, it becomes effective automatically after the end of pregnancy. The iddat of such lady starts from that day and if the divorce is not revoked in such time period of 90 days, then it becomes complete divorce.

Once a women completes her Iddat after divorce, it means the divorce is final and irrevocable between parties. For more information you can contact lawyergolra@gmail.com


Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Family Lawyer
+92-333-533988 

Saturday, 29 July 2017

Three divorces in Pakistan Legal System

Three divorces in one tuhr are controversial in islam .. There are three kinds of divorces in islam.

1. Talaq e Ahsan .. Its a single divorce that ends up in complete divorce on the expiry of 90 days ..

2. Talaq e Hassan .. Its a single talaq in every tuhr that becomes divorce on completion of 90 days from first pronouncement ..

3. Talaq e mubarat .. Its divorce with consent of both parties ..

Talaq e bayn is the fourth kind of divorce in which the husband verbally pronounces 3 divorces in one tuhr.. Majority of fuqha don't accept this divorce .. However it was practiced in the era of Hazrat Umar Farooq RZA and is accepted by ahnaf for the same reasons ..

In Pakistani legal system talaq process is of three months no matter how many times divorce has been pronounced ..

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Family Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Divorce during periods is divorce

Divorce during periods is divorce according to majority opinion .. According to minority opinion it is not divorce as a woman should be clean at the time of pronouncement of divorce according to their opinion.

Divorce is not a joke in islam. Even if divorce is given in joke, it is considered divorce. Even if some words are spokem in the meaning of divorce then it is equal to divorce. So we have to be very careful in relationships.

If single talak is pronounced during periods, it can b revoked through ruju after periods. If its pronounced twice during periods then it can also b revoked .. However if its pronounced three times then its talak e bayn and is not revokable according to minority opinion ..

A better option is to end relationship that has doubts in it rather than living in a relationship of zina .. For expert opinion on any related case you can consult lawyergolra@gmail.com

Regards,
Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Family Lawyer
+92-333-5339880

Friday, 28 July 2017

Can Supreme Court of Pakistan Disqualify a Parliamentarian

The answer is yes. Because Supreme Court of Pakistan is the interpreter of all statutes including the constitution in Pakistan. Similarly the Supreme Court of Pakistan is the top most court of Pakistan. It has powers to hear appeals, references, revisions and it can take up any matter of public importance under the provisions of Article 184(3) of the constitution.

There is system of Bicameral Legislature in Pakistan. Parliament comprises of the Senate, National Assembly and the Provincial Assemblies. There have been number of cases in which the Supreme Court of Pakistan has disqualified the parliamentarians in recent decades.

Originally the jurisdiction to disqualify a member of parliament rests with the Election Commission of Pakistan. However, if a parliamentarian is involved in any offense by virtue of which he does not qualify to be a member of parliament under the provisions of Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution then Supreme Court can directly disqualify such member.

There is nothing binding on the Supreme Court of Pakistan while interpreting the constitution. An argument is that the Supreme Court of Pakistan is not a trial court and it cannot convict an accused. However, a counter argument to that can be that there is nothing written anywhere that Trial of accused is mandatory for convicting it, especially in cases of partial of complete confession.


Panama Case Verdict Disqualified Pakistani Prime Minister on Corruption Charges

Supreme Court of Pakistan in a land mark judgment has disqualified the Prime Minister of Pakistan on his involvement in corruption scandal which was highlighted by Panama Papers in 2016. The Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Shareef, his two sons, daughter and his son in law were owning several offshore companies.

The Sharif Family made assets in different countries in recent decades of which they were unable to provide proper money trail. The Prime Minister and his family members faced criminal investigation before Joint Investigation Team which was earlier constituted on the orders of Supreme Court of Pakistan.

During the course of Investigation, the Joint Investigation Team was misguided by providing contradictory statements and documents by the Sharif Family. In addition to the corruption charges, the Sharif Family tried its level best to involve itself in the offenses of Forgery and Perjury both.

In the Judgment today, the Honorable Bench of Supreme Court of Pakistan disqualified the Prime Minister from his office as well as from the National Assembly of Pakistan. The orders so passed have been made with immediate effect.

Its a historical decision in Pakistani Legal System as well as in International Law whereby the Supreme Court has disqualified a Prime Minister on the charges of corruption.

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Constitution of Pakistan : Fundamental Rights

Chapter 1: Fundamental Rights

8Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of fundamental rights to be void.
(1)Any law, or any custom or usage having the force of law, in so far as it is inconsistent with the rights conferred by this Chapter, shall, to the extent of such inconsistency, be void.
 
(2)The State shall not make any law which takes away or abridges the rights so conferred and any law made in contravention of this clause shall, to the extent of such contravention, be void.
 
(3)The provisions of this Article shall not apply to :-
(a)any law relating to members of the Armed Forces, or of the police or of such other forces as are charged with the maintenance of public order, for the purpose of ensuring the proper discharge of their duties or the maintenance of discipline among them; or
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(b)any of the:-
(i)laws specified in the First Schedule as in force immediately before the commencing day or as amended by any of the laws specified in that Schedule;
(ii)other laws specified in Part I of the First Schedule;
] 13 and no such law nor any provision thereof shall be void on the ground that such law or provision is inconsistent with, or repugnant to, any provision of this Chapter.
 
(4)Notwithstanding anything contained in paragraph (b) of clause (3), within a period of two years from the commencing day, the appropriate Legislature shall bring the laws specified in  15[Part II of the First Schedule] 15 into conformity with the rights conferred by this Chapter:
Provided that the appropriate Legislature may by resolution extend the said period of two years by a period not exceeding six months.
Explanation:- If in respect of any law  16[Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)] 16 is the appropriate Legislature, such resolution shall be a resolution of the National Assembly.
 
(5)The rights conferred by this Chapter shall not be suspended except as expressly provided by the Constitution.
 
 
9Security of person.
No person shall be deprived of life or liberty save in accordance with law.
 
10Safeguards as to arrest and detention
(1)No person who is arrested shall be detained in custody without being informed, as soon as may be, of the grounds for such arrest, nor shall he be denied the right to consult and be defended by a legal practitioner of his choice.
 
(2)Every person who is arrested and detained in custody shall be produced before a magistrate within a period of twenty-four hours of such arrest, excluding the time necessary for the journey from the place of arrest to the court of the nearest magistrate, and no such person shall be detained in :custody beyond the said period without the authority of a magistrate.
 
(3)Nothing in clauses (1) and (2) shall apply to any person who is arrested or detained under any law providing for preventive detention.
 
(4)No law providing for preventive detention shall be made except to deal with persons acting in a manner prejudicial to the integrity, security or defence of Pakistan or any part thereof, or external affairs of Pakistan, or public order, or the maintenance of supplies or services, and no such law shall authorise the detention of a person for a period exceeding  17[three months] 17 unless the appropriate Review Board has, after affording him an opportunity of being heard in person, reviewed his case and reported, before the expiration of the said period, that there is, in its opinion, sufficient cause for such detention, and, if the detention is continued after the said period of  18[three months] 18, unless the appropriate Review Board has reviewed his case and reported, before the expiration of each period of three months, that there is, in its opinion, sufficient cause for such detention.
Explanation-I: In this Article, "the appropriate Review Board" means:-
(i)in the case of a person detained under a Federal law, a Board appointed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan and consisting of a Chairman and two other persons, each of whom is or has been a Judge of the Supreme Court or a High Court; and
(ii)in the case of a Person detained under a Provincial law, a Board appointed by the Chief Justice of the High Court concerned and consisting of a Chairman and two other persons, each of whom is or has been a Judge of a High Court.
Explanation-II: The opinion of a Review Board shall be expressed in terms of the views of the majority of its members.
 
(5)When any person is detained in pursuance of an order made under any law providing for preventive detention, the authority making the order shall,  19[within fifteen days] 19 from such detention, communicate to such person the grounds on which the order has been made, and shall afford him the earliest opportunity of making a representation against the order:
Provided that the authority making any such order may refuse to disclose facts which such authority considers it to be against the public interest to disclose.
 
(6)The authority making the order shall furnish to the appropriate Review Board all documents relevant to the case unless a certificate, signed by a Secretary to the Government concerned, to the effect that it is not in the public interest to furnish any documents, is produced.
 
(7)Within a period of twenty-four months commencing on the day of his first detention in pursuance of an order made under a law providing for preventive detention, no person shall be detained in pursuance of any such order for more than a total period of eight months in the case of a person detained for acting in a manner prejudicial to public order and twelve months in any other case:
Provided that this clause shall not apply to any person who is employed by, or works for, or acts on instructions received from, the enemy 20[or who is acting or attempting to act in a manner prejudicial to the integrity, security or defence of Pakistan or any part thereof or who commits or attempts to commit any act which amounts to an anti-national activity as defined in a Federal law or is a member of any association which has for its objects, or which indulges in, any such anti-national activity] 20.
 
(8)The appropriate Review Board shall determine the place of detention of the person detained and fix a reasonable subsistence allowance for his family.
 
(9)Nothing in this Article shall apply to any person who for the time being is an enemy alien.
 
 
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10A.Right to fair trial:
For the determination of his civil rights and obligations or in any criminal charge against him a person shall be entitled to a fair trial and due process.
 
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11Slavery, forced labour, etc. prohibited
(1)Slavery is non-existent and forbidden and no law shall permit or facilitate its introduction into Pakistan in any form.
 
(2)All forms of forced labour and traffic in human beings are prohibited.
 
(3)No child below the age of fourteen years shall be engaged in any factory or mine or any other hazardous employment.
 
(4)Nothing in this Article shall be deemed to affect compulsory service:-
(a)by any person undergoing punishment for an offence against any law; or
(b)required by any law for public purpose provided that no compulsory service shall be of a cruel nature or incompatible with human dignity.
 
 
12Protection against retrospective punishment
(1)No law shall authorize the punishment of a person:-
(a)for an act or omission that was not punishable by law at the time of the act or omission; or
(b)for an offence by a penalty greater than, or of a kind different from, the penalty prescribed by law for that offence at the time the offence was committed.
 
(2)Nothing in clause (1) or in Article 270 shall apply to any law making acts of abrogation or subversion of a Constitution in force in Pakistan at any time since the twenty-third day of March, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-six, an offence.
 
 
13Protection against double punishment and self incrimination.
No person:-
(a)shall be prosecuted or punished for the same offence more than once; or
(b)shall, when accused of an offence, be compelled to be a witness against himself.
 
14Inviolability of dignity of man, etc.
(1)The dignity of man and, subject to law, the privacy of home, shall be inviolable.
 
(2)No person shall be subjected to torture for the purpose of extracting evidence.
 
 
15Freedom of movement, etc.
Every citizen shall have the right to remain in, and, subject to any reasonable restriction imposed by law in the public interest, enter and move freely throughout Pakistan and to reside and settle in any part thereof.
 
16Freedom of assembly.
Every citizen shall have the right to assemble peacefully and without arms, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of public order.
 
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17.Freedom of association:
(1)Every citizen shall have the right to form associations or unions, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of sovereignty or integrity of Pakistan, public order or morality.
 
(2)Every citizen, not being in the service of Pakistan, shall have the right to form or be a member of a political party, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of the sovereignty or integrity of Pakistan and such law shall provide that where the Federal Government declares that any political party has been formed or is operating in a manner prejudicial to the soverignty or integrity of Pakistan, the Federal Government shall, within fifeen days of such declaration, refer the matter to the Supreme Court whose decision on such reference shall be final.
 
(3)Every political party shall account for the source of its funds in accordance with law.
 
 
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18Freedom of trade, business or profession.
Subject to such qualifications, if any, as may be prescribed by law, every citizen shall have the right to enter upon any lawful profession or occupation, and to conduct any lawful trade or business:
Provided that nothing in this Article shall prevent:-
(a)the regulation of any trade or profession by a licensing system; or
(b)the regulation of trade, commerce or industry in the interest of free competition therein; or
(c)the carrying on, by the Federal Government or a Provincial Government, or by a corporation controlled by any such Government, of any trade, business, industry or service, to the exclusion, complete or partial, of other persons.
 
19Freedom of speech, etc.
Every citizen shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression, and there shall be freedom of the press, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of the glory of Islam or the integrity, security or defence of Pakistan or any part thereof, friendly relations with foreign States, public order, decency or morality, or in relation to contempt of court,  30[commission of] 30 or incitement to an offence.
 
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19A.Right to information:
Every citizen shall have the right to have access to information in all matters of public importance subject to regulation and reasonable restrictions imposed by law.
 
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20Freedom to profess religion and to manage religious institutions.
Subject to law, public order and morality:-
(a)every citizen shall have the right to profess, practice and propagate his religion; and
(b)every religious denomination and every sect thereof shall have the right to establish, maintain and manage its religious institutions.
 
21Safeguard against taxation for purposes of any particular religion.
No person shall be compelled to pay any special tax the proceeds of which are to be spent on the propagation or maintenance of any religion other than his own.
 
22Safeguards as to educational institutions in respect of religion, etc.
(1)No person attending any educational institution shall be required to receive religious instruction, or take part in any religious ceremony, or attend religious worship, if such instruction, ceremony or worship relates to a religion other than his own.
 
(2)In respect of any religious institution, there shall be no discrimination against any community in the granting of exemption or concession in relation to taxation.
 
(3)Subject to law:
(a)no religious community or denomination shall be prevented from providing religious instruction for pupils of that community or denomination in any educational institution maintained wholly by that community or denomination; and
(b)no citizen shall be denied admission to any educational institution receiving aid from public revenues on the ground only of race, religion, caste or place of birth.
 
(4)Nothing in this Article shall prevent any public authority from making provision for the advancement of any socially or educationally backward class of citizens.
 
 
23Provision as to property.
Every citizen shall have the right to acquire, hold and dispose of property in any part of Pakistan, subject to the Constitution and any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the public interest.
 
24Protection of property rights.
(1)No person shall be compulsorily deprived of his property save in accordance with law.
 
(2)No property shall be compulsorily acquired or taken possession of save for a public purpose, and save by the authority of law which provides for compensation therefore and either fixes the amount of compensation or specifies the principles on and the manner in which compensation is to be determined and given.
 
(3)Nothing in this Article shall affect the validity of :-
(a)any law permitting the compulsory acquisition or taking possession of any property for preventing danger to life, property or public health; or
(b)any law permitting the taking over of any property which has been acquired by, or come into the possession of, any person by any unfair means, or in any manner, contrary to law; or
(c)any law relating to the acquisition, administration or disposal of any property which is or is deemed to be enemy property or evacuee property under any law (not being property which has ceased to be evacuee property under any law); or
(d)any law providing for the taking over of the management of any property by the State for a limited period, either in the public interest or in order to secure the proper management of the property, or for the benefit of its owner; or
(e)any law providing for the acquisition of any class of property for the purpose of
(i)providing education and medical aid to all or any specified class of citizens or
(ii)providing housing and public facilities and services such as roads, water supply, sewerage, gas and electric power to all or any specified class of citizens; or
(iii)providing maintenance to those who, on account of unemployment, sickness, infirmity or old age, are unable to maintain themselves ; or
(f)any existing law or any law made in pursuance of Article 253.
 
(4)The adequacy or otherwise of any compensation provided for by any such law as is referred to in this Article, or determined in pursuance thereof, shall not be called in question in any court.
 
 
25Equality of citizens.
(1)All citizens are equal before law and are entitled to equal protection of law.
 
(2)There shall be no discrimination on the basis of sex  32[] 32.
 
(3)Nothing in this Article shall prevent the State from making any special provision for the protection of women and children.
 
 
 33[
25A.Right to education:
The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteen years in such manner as may be determined by law.
 
] 33
26.Non-discrimination in respect of access to public places.
(1)In respect of access to places of public entertainment or resort not intended for religious purposes only, there shall be no discrimination against any citizen on the ground only of race, religion, caste, sex, residence or place of birth.
 
(2)Nothing in clause (1) shall prevent the State from making any special provision for women and children.
 
 
27.Safeguard against discrimination in services.
(1)No citizen otherwise qualified for appointment in the service of Pakistan shall be discriminated against in respect of any such appointment on the ground only of race, religion, caste, sex, residence or place of birth:
Provided that, for a period not exceeding  34[forty] 34 years from the commencing day, posts may be reserved for persons belonging to any class or area to secure their adequate representation in the service of Pakistan:
Provided further that, in the interest of the said service, specified posts or services may be reserved for members of either sex if such posts or services entail the performance of duties and functions which cannot be adequately performed by members of the other sex 36[:] 36
 37[Provided also that under-representation of any class or area in the service of Pakistan may be redressed in such manner as may be determined by an Act of Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament).] 37
 
(2)Nothing in clause (1) shall prevent any Provincial Government, or any local or other authority in a Province, from prescribing, in relation to any post or class of service under that Government or authority, conditions as to residence in the Province. for a period not exceeding three years, prior to appointment under that Government or authority.
 
 
28Preservation of language, script and culture.
Subject to Article 251 any section of citizens having a distinct language, script or culture shall have the right to preserve and promote the same and subject to law, establish institutions for that purpose.
 

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Procedure of Transfer of Case

Whenever a party loses confidence on the court or on the presiding officer of the court, it has the right to get its case decided by other judge. There are further two procedures that can be adopted for the transfer of case.

The party interested in the transfer of case can request the judge (presiding officer) of the court for the transfer of case. On that the judge can make a reference and send to its appellate court showing its reservation to hear that particular case.

The other procedure is that the aggrieved party can move an application for the transfer of case in the appellate court. On that the appellate court requires comment from the particular judge against which such application is moved.

Once comments are received and arguments of the parties are heard, the Judge of appellate court has descretionary powers to accept the transfer petition or not. However, a trend and a good practice is that the judges of appellate courts usually accept such like applications in the interest of justice and parties both.

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Advocate High Court
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Appearance of a Foreign National in Family Courts

According to the provisions of section 18 of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 a pardanasheen lady can be represented through her attorney in the family courts in Pakistan. Definition of a Pardanasheen Lady is well interpreted by superior courts of Pakistan in some judgments in the following words that "every lady is deemed to be pardanasheen lady".

Hence it is true that the respect of women in Pakistani Legal System is too high. Further it is also well settled principle that the Family Court has to see the convenience of a woman while proceeding a family case. By virtue of the same generally women are accommodated well if they approach family courts in Pakistan.

As far as foreign nationals are concerned, they can appear through attorneys in the Family Courts in Pakistan. A practice is that in such like circumstances, there are objections raised by opponent parties regarding such appearances. Most of the times Power of Attorneys are objected and sometimes the question of jurisdiction is also raised to harass the person sitting abroad.

A better way in such like cases is that a foreign national facing any such like problem in the courts of Pakistan can visit Pakistan once and appear in the court to ratify the attorney as well as to address other objections in order to get the favorable results from court of law.

If you have any further query on this topic you can write at lawyergolra@gmail.com

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Family Lawyer
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Monday, 24 July 2017

Powers of Supreme Court in Panama Case

The most famous case on Pakistani media these days in Panama case. The reason is that there are various petitions filed against the sitting PM of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his family members because of their alleged role in money laundering and ancillary matters as there names were mentioned in Panama Papers in 2016 regarding their ownerships of several offshore companies ..

Supreme Court of Pakistan has vast powers under the provisions of Article 184(3) of the constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan to take suo moto action on any matter of public interest. Panama Case is undoubtedly one such matter of public importance.

Supreme Court of Pakistan is not a trial court but it has more powers then all the trial courts of Pakistan. It has recently exercised its powers of criminal investigation against the involved persons through a Joint Investigation Team. It has powers to accept the findings of JIT which so investigated the case or it can reject it. Similarly it can partially accept or reject the JIT report.

Supreme Court of Pakistan can itself allege the PM and his family members for the offenses of perjury and forgery both and criminal trials on the same can be ordered in the Trial Courts. Similarly the Supreme Court can convict the PM on the bases of JIT report and can remove him from office forthwith.

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Constitutional Lawyer
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NIFT Certificates are no more required

Recently there have been changes in the company registration law. The old legislation the Companies Ordinance has been repealed and replaced with newly approved legislation for the convenience of professionals registering the companies under Pakistani law.

The NIFT certificates which were requisite for the online registration of companies are no more required. The process has been simplified and the cost involved in the process has been reduced.

If you have any queries related with Pakistani Corporate Law, you can contact lawyergolra@gmail.com

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Corporate Lawyer
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Monday, 17 July 2017

Divorce Process is of three months in Pakistan

According to the provisions of section 7 and 8 of Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961 divorce process is of three months. When divorce is pronounced, the documents have to be submitted in the relevant Arbitration/Union Council.

After that notices are served. On the dates reconciliation proceedings are conducted. There are generally three reconciliation proceedings in a divorce case. Each reconciliation proceeding is conducted once a month.

On the failure of reconciliation proceedings and on the expiry of 90 days, divorce becomes final and finally certificate of divorce is issued by the same council.

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Family Lawyer
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Monday, 8 May 2017

15 days minimum time is required for proclamation

For newspaper proclamation the minimum time period required for a court is 15 days against a party. According to order 5 rule 20 of the code of civil procedure 1908, no court has powers to pass order for substituted service in less than 15 days . For any questions related with civil law, feel free to ask us ..

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Civil Lawyer
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Sunday, 2 April 2017

In how much time Khula can be granted?

It is one of the most frequently asked question which needs to be addressed properly. The answer to this question is that there is no certainty for the exact time period of Khula for many reasons. In order to understand the reason, let us divide Khula cases in two types:

1. Contested Cases
2. Uncontested Cases

1. Contested Cases are the ones in which both the parties represent themselves in the court. In such like cases, the case is filed by the wife and summons are served to the husband in due process of law. Now these cases further have two types:-

a. The ones that the husbands try to linger on
b. The ones in which the husbands try to get rid of

If a husband wishes to linger on a case, there are certain ways by which he and his lawyer can delay the process. Such like cases usually run more than 6 months. The speed of such like cases is dependent upon the performance of lawyers of both parties and the judge likewise.

If a husband likes to get rid of the Khula case, he can just appear in the court and give a statement in favor of wife. Such like cases gets decided in matter of weeks.

2. Uncontested cases are the ones in which the husband never turns up in the court by any means. Such cases are proceeded ex-parte. There are usually three notices served on different dates in such cases followed by a newspaper publishing. After that the case turns ex-parte and finally its decided after the ex-parte evidence and final arguments. Such like cases usually run 4-6 months depending upon the speed of judge and lawyer and circumstances of the case.

In Punjab the law has been amended in 2015 because of which such cases run faster and gets decided usually within 2-3 months.

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Family Lawyer
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THE PUNJAB FAMILY COURTS (AMENDMENT) ACT 2015 (XI OF 2015)

[18th March, 2015]
An Act further to amend the Family Courts Act, 1964

Whereas it is expedient further to amend the Family Courts Act, 1964 (XXXV of 1964), for purposes hereinafter appearing; It is enacted as follows:

1. Short title and commencement.
(1) This Act may be cited as the Punjab Family Courts  Amendment) Act 2015.
(2) It shall come into force at once.

2. Amendment in section 1 of Act XXXV of 1964.– 
In the Family Courts Act, 1964 (XXXV of 1964), hereinafter referred to as “the said Act”, in section 1, for subsection (2), the following shall be substituted: “(2) It shall extend to whole of the Punjab.”

3. Amendment in section 2 of Act XXXV of 1964.–

In the said Act, in section 2, in subsection (1): (a) for clause (c), the following shall be substituted: “(c) “Government” means Government of the Punjab;”; and (b) in clause (e), for the full-stop, a semi-colon shall be substituted and, thereafter, the following clauses (f) and (g) shall be inserted: “(f) “Schedule” means the Schedule appended to the Act; and (g) “Union Council” means a Union Council, Municipal Committee, Cantonment Board, Union Administration or, in case of absence of any of these local governments in a local area, any other comparable body or authority constituted under any law relating to the local governments or local authorities.”.

4. Amendment in section 3 of Act XXXV of 1964.–
In the said Act, in section 3: (a) in subsection (1), in the proviso, for the expression “Federal Government may, on the request of Provincial Government, extend” the expression “Government may extend” shall be substituted; and (b) in subsection (2), the word “Provincial” shall be omitted.

5. Amendment in section 5 of Act XXXV of 1964.–

In the said Act, in section 5, for subsection (3), the following shall be substituted: “(3) The Government may amend the Schedule through addition, deletion or substitution of any entry in the Schedule.”

6. Amendment in section 8 of Act XXXV of 1964.– 

In the said Act, for section 8, the following shall be substituted: “8. Intimation to defendant.– (1) When a plaint is presented to a Family Court, it shall:
3 (a) fix a date which shall not be more than fifteen days for the appearance of the defendant; (b) within two days of the presentation of the plaint, send a notice or summons of the suit to a defendant through a process serving agency of the Family Court, through registered post acknowledgment due, electronically or through courier, together with a copy of the plaint, a copy of the Schedule referred to in subsection (2) of section 7 and copies of the documents and a list of documents referred to in subsection (3) of section 7; and (c) direct that the notice or summons issued under clause (b) also be served through affixation and shall simultaneously issue a proclamation in a newspaper. (2) While issuing the notice or summons to a defendant, the Family Court shall require the defendant to submit a written statement on the day mentioned in the notice or summons.”

7. Amendment in section 9 of Act XXXV of 1964.– 
In the said Act, in section 9: (a) for subsection (1), the following shall be substituted: “(1) On the date fixed under section 8, the defendant shall appear before the Family Court and file the written statement, a list of witnesses and gist of evidence, and in case the written statement is not filed on that date, the Family Court may, for any sufficient reasons which prevented the defendant from submitting the written statement, allow the defendant to submit the written statement and other documents on the next date which shall not exceed fifteen days from that date.” (b) after subsection (5), the following subsection (5A) shall be inserted: “(5A) If the defendant fails to submit the written statement on or before the date under subsection (1), the defence of the defendant shall stand struck off and the Family Court shall decide the case under the law.”

8. Amendment in section 10 of Act XXXV of 1964.–
In the said Act, in section 10: (a) for subsection (3), the following shall be substituted: “(3) The Family Court may, at the pre-trial stage, ascertain the precise points of controversy between the parties and attempt to effect compromise between the parties.”; (b) for subsection (4), the following shall be substituted: “(4) Subject to subsection (5), if compromise is not possible between the parties, the Family Court may, if necessary, frame precise points of controversy and record evidence of the parties.”; and (c) after subsection (4), the following subsections (5) and (6) shall be inserted: “(5) In a suit for dissolution of marriage, if reconciliation fails, the Family Court shall immediately pass a decree for dissolution of marriage and, in case of dissolution of marriage through khula, may direct the wife to surrender up to fifty percent of her deferred dower or up to twenty-five percent of her admitted prompt dower to the husband. (6) Subject to subsection (5), in the decree for dissolution of marriage, the Family Court shall direct the husband to pay whole or part of the outstanding deferred dower to the wife.”

9. Amendment in section 11 of Act XXXV of 1964.–
In the said Act,  in section 11, after subsection (1), the following subsection (1A) shall be inserted: “(1A) The Family Court shall record or cause to be recorded, the substance of the statement of a witness or may record or cause to be recorded, the statement of a witness through audio or video recording.”

10. Amendment in section 14 of Act XXXV of 1964.–
In the said Act, in section 14, in subsection (2): (a) in clause (b), for the words “thirty thousand” the words “one hundred thousand” shall be substituted; and (b) in clause (b), for the words “one thousand” the words “five thousand” shall be substituted.

11. Amendment in section 15 of Act XXXV of 1964.–
In the said Act, in section 15, in subsection (2), for the words “not exceeding one thousand” the words “of five thousand” shall be substituted.

12. Amendment in section 17-A of Act XXXV of 1964.–

In the said Act, for section 17-A, the following shall be substituted: “17-A.Suit for maintenance.– (1) In a suit for maintenance, the Family Court shall, on the date of the first appearance of the defendant, fix interim monthly maintenance for wife or a child and if the defendant fails to pay the maintenance by fourteen day of each month, the defence of the defendant shall stand struck off and the Family Court shall decree the suit for maintenance on the basis of averments in the plaint and other supporting documents on record of the case. (2) In a decree for maintenance, the Family Court may: (a) fix an amount of maintenance higher than the amount prayed for in the plaint due to afflux of time or any other relevant circumstances; and (b) prescribe the annual increase in the maintenance. (3) If the Family Court does not prescribe the annual increase in the maintenance, the maintenance fixed by the Court shall automatically stand increased at the rate of ten percent each year. (4) For purposes of fixing the maintenance, the Family Court may summon the relevant documentary evidence from any organization, body or authority to determine the estate and resources of the defendant.”

13. Amendment in section 20 of Act XXXV of 1964.
In the said Act, for section 20, the following shall be substituted: “20. Family Court as Judicial Magistrate.– (1) A Family Court shall be deemed as the Judicial Magistrate of the first class under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 (V of 1898) for taking cognizance and trial of any offence under this Act; the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961 (VIII of 1961); and, the Child Marriage Restraint Act, 1929 (XIX of 1929). (2) A Family Court shall conduct the trial of an offence under subsection (1) in accordance with the provisions of Chapter XXII of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 (V of 1898) relating to the summary trials. (3) An offence other than contempt of a Family Court shall be cognizable on the complaint of the Union Council, Arbitration Council or the aggrieved party.”

14. Insertion of section 21-B in Act XXXV of 1964.–
In the said Act, after section 21-A, the following section 21-B shall be inserted: “21-B.Intimation to Arbitration Council.– If a Family Court decrees dissolution of a Muslim marriage, the Family Court shall immediately but not later than three days from the decree send by registered post or other means a certified copy of the decree to the concerned Chairman of the Arbitration Council and upon receipt of the decree, the Chairman shall proceed as if he had received intimation of Talaq under the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961 (VIII of 1961).”

15. Amendment in Schedule of Act XXXV of 1964.–
In the said Act, in the Schedule, in Part I, for entry at serial No.9, the following shall be substituted: “9. The personal property and belongings of a wife and a child living with his mother. 10. Any other matter arising out of the Nikahnama.”

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Family Cases shall be decided within 6 months

According to section 12-A of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964, a family judge is bound to decide a family case within 6 months from the date of its institution. There is use of word "shall" in the statute which means that the judge doesn't have discretionary powers to linger on a family case.

If a family judge lingers on a family case for more than six months without any just reasons, a remedy gets created for the litigants. The litigants can approach the High Court under the provisions of section 12-A of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 for redressal of their grievance.

A practice is that the litigants generally gets direction from High Court for day to day proceeding in such matters for disposal of the family case.

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Family Lawyer
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Criminal Revision is not competent against Acquittal

When an accused is acquitted from a competent court of law, the only remedy available to accused party is under the provisions of section 417 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1898. According to section 417 only appeal can be filed before the High Court against the order of aquittal.

According to section 439(5) of Criminal Procedure Code 1898 criminal revision can only be filed in cases where there is no remedy of appeal available. Hence where the statute specifically provides remedy of appeal, criminal revision is not competent and non maintainable if filed.

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
Criminal Lawyer

Monday, 27 March 2017

Second Marriage of Wife in Guardianship Cases

According to Islam and according to Pakistani legal system, a wife becomes dis-entitled for the Custody of minor children if she marries another man. However, a fact is that there is no automatic procedure by virtue of which she remain disqualified from entitlement of physical custody of children.

If father likes to claim guardianship of minor children, he has to approach the Guardian Judge and apply for guardianship/custody of minor along with providing proofs of second marriage of ex-wife. The Guardianship/Custody petition will be decided in accordance with law and with the due process of law.

The point is that the second marriage of wife is only a ground for dis-entitlement of wife from retaining physical custody of minor children. The husband still has to contest and has to prove to the court of law that the welfare or minor rests with him and minor is willing to live happily with him and not with the mother.

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Salman Yousaf Khan (Golra)
International Family Attorney
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Contact International Lawyer

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Salman Yousaf Khan
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International Lawyer
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