Once a family case is decided by any competent family court, there is remedy of appeal in some cases. Such cases are mentioned in section 14 of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964. For example if a family court decrees khula, there is no appeal to such decree and appeal in such like cases is barred under the law.
Similarly once a case is appealed in the appellate court and decided, the remedy of second appeal is not available in such like circumstances. Similarly revision is not filed against the final decree and judgment of the family court and the court of appeal.
When there is no remedy available, the constitutional jurisdiction of High Court can be invoked under article 199 of the constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. That is the only remedy for redressal of grievance.
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