Tag Archives: Constitution of Pakistan

Supreme Court’s Judgment in 2001 Regarding National Accountability Bureau

Supreme Court’s Judgment in 2001 Regarding National Accountability Bureau After the military takeover in 1999, the Chief Executive of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf decided to promulgate an Ordinance, briefly, to eradicate corruption

Property Tax In Cantonment Areas

Property Tax In Cantonment Areas The relationship between cantonment boards and the federal government is akin to the relationship between local governments and the respective provinces. As far as the federal legislature

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Umer Gilani

Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3)

Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3) [Download the Supreme Court’s judgment in the Pak-Turk Schools case here: SC Judgment – Pak Turk Schools] On the 13th of December,


Muhammad Usman Ghani

Questionable Tinkering With Retirement Age of Senior Judiciary

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Questionable Tinkering With Retirement Age of Senior Judiciary Let us first get one thing straight, and this humble author would be the first to concede the


Muhammad Waseem A. Rana

Plight Of Fresh Law Graduates

Plight Of Fresh Law Graduates On the first day in law college during orientation, institutions traditionally invite senior lawyers to deliver motivational speeches to young students and enlighten them with their experiences.

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Kamran Adil

Making Punjab Safe City Authority Smarter

Making Punjab Safe City Authority Smarter As a general observation, technological innovation in the public sector in Pakistan does not sustain well. The reason is that at the time of the inception


Ayesha Siddique Khan

Beyond Precedent

Beyond Precedent The recent judgement on the changes made to Election Act 2017 (which repealed the Political Parties Ordinance 2002 — PPO), whereby Nawaz Sharif was removed as party head, has driven

The Mission of Pakistan’s Judges Is Judicial Guardianship Of The Constitution

The Mission of Pakistan’s Judges Is Judicial Guardianship Of The Constitution Muhammad Hanif is arguably one of the most loved local flavours of criticism, stir-fried in sarcasm and topped with a generous


Shayan e Shahid

The De Facto Doctrine Should Not Be Taken Lightly

The De Facto Doctrine Should Not Be Taken Lightly Background The release of Panama Papers (commonly termed as the ‘Panama Leaks’) took Pakistan by storm, as in addition to many Pakistani citizens,


Jawaria A Kashif

Your Right To Information Matters Because You Never Know When You’re Going To Need It

Your Right To Information Matters Because You Never Know When You’re Going To Need It The right to acquire information is a fundamental right of every citizen of Pakistan. However, citizens are


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The Need To Develop Constitutional Torts In Pakistan

The Need To Develop Constitutional Torts In Pakistan Abstract: Tortious claims are private law civil remedies availed by those who suffer harm and seek compensation. Over time and across the world, public law


Shahid Bhatti

Preferred Accounting Approach To Ascertain Accrued Salary Not Considered In Panama Case

Preferred Accounting Approach To Ascertain Accrued Salary Not Considered In Panama Case A lot can be said by many, for and against the judgment passed by Supreme Court, on the Review Petitions

A Look Back At Education As Federal And Provincial Subject After The Eighteenth Amendment

A Look Back At Education As Federal And Provincial Subject After The Eighteenth Amendment The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan was popular for the reason that it ensured autonomy for the federating


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Law Of Binding Precedents

Law Of Binding Precedents INTRODUCTION In view of the hierarchical character of the judicial system in Pakistan, it is of paramount importance that the law declared by courts should be certain, clear