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Beyond Precedent The recent judgement on the changes made to Election Act 2017 (which repealed the Political Parties Ordinance 2002 — PPO), whereby Nawaz Sharif was removed as party head, has driven


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,


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


Rafae Saigal

The Bar To Contest Elections And Hold Office Under Article 62 – Perpetual, Or Transient?

The Bar To Contest Elections And Hold Office Under Article 62 – Perpetual, Or Transient? A larger five-member bench of the Supreme Court is currently hearing several civil appeals pertaining to the

Menace Of Articles 62 And 63 Of The Constitution Of Islamic Republic Of Pakistan 1973

Menace Of Articles 62 And 63 Of The Constitution Of Islamic Republic Of Pakistan 1973 Sugar, spice and everything nice may well be the recipe for creating the perfect cartoon character but


Zafar Zulqarnain Sahi

Expected Verdict and the Doctrine of Necessity

Expected Verdict and the Doctrine of Necessity The three member special bench has concluded its proceedings and reserved its judgment in the Panama Papers case. The entire country is now engaged in