Laws & Judgments

Eradication Of Riba: Not An Impossibility

Eradication Of Riba: Not An Impossibility The purpose of this paper is to deeply analyse the judgment of the Shariat Appellate Bench of Supreme Court given on 23rd December 1999 with reference to

Supreme Court: Jurisdiction & Justice

Supreme Court: Jurisdiction & Justice “All the other courts in this country are courts of law whereas this Court is not just a court of law but also the court of ultimate

Panama Aftermath – A Need For A Constitutional Amendment

Panama Aftermath – A Need For A Constitutional Amendment The Panama Saga has finally come to an end (though one can, in the light of the references sent to NAB and the

Analysis of the Limited Liability Partnership Act 2017

Analysis of the Limited Liability Partnership Act 2017 Salient features Initially, there were only three forms of incorporating a company in Pakistan which included partnership, sole proprietorship and a limited liability company.

Landmark Judgment On Divorce Among Christian Couples

Landmark Judgment On Divorce Among Christian Couples Even though different sects of Christianity see dissolution of marriage in a different light, the consensus of Christian belief revolves around the view that marriage

Comparison of Provincial Legislation in 2016 – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Comparison of Provincial Legislation in 2016 – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa This article is a continuation of my previous article in which I compared legislation by different provincial legislatures in the last year. I

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Comparison Of Provincial Legislation In 2016 – Balochistan

Comparison of Provincial Legislation in 2016 – Balochistan Chapter 1 of Part V of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan deals with the “Distribution of Legislative Powers”. In this regard, Section

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Federal Legislation In 2016

Federal Legislation In 2016 In the year 2016, the National Assembly passed 51 Acts but the Majlis-e-Shura (Parliament) altogether passed just seven, out of which two were new laws and five were amendments

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An Erroneous Judgment

An Erroneous Judgment I take this opportunity to write my academic point of view on the judgment dated 23.05.2016 in a writ of quo warranto titled Dr. Inam Ullah Khan v Dr.

Electoral Rolls (Amendment) Act 2016

Electoral Rolls (Amendment) Act 2016 Proposed and moved by: Senator Pervaiz Rashid (Minister-In-Charge) Status: Passed by the Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) Summary: The Majlis-e-Shoora passed this Bill in order to amend the Electoral Rolls Act,

Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act 2016

Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act 2016 (Private Member’s Bill) Proposed and moved by: Ms. Shahida Rehmani (Member, National Assembly) Status: Laid in the National Assembly Summary: The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment)