Tag Archives: Islamic law


Suleman Khan

Earnest Money Not So Earnest

Earnest Money Not So Earnest In the automotive and real estate business in Pakistan, sale and purchase is normally transacted through an instrument commonly known as an “agreement to sell”, which is


Mahroo Rashed

Abortion: The Autonomy Of A Woman?

Abortion: The Autonomy Of A Woman? Abortion has always been a universally controversial issue and will always remain to be one. It cannot be denied that it is under debate everywhere in


Fahad Ahmad Siddiqi

Law Of Appointment Of Guardian Under The Guardian & Wards Act 1890 (Part–I)

Law Of Appointment Of Guardian Under The Guardian & Wards Act 1890 (Part–I) According to the principles of established Muslim jurisprudence, the father is the natural guardian (wali) of the person and

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


Huda Nadeem

Drowned To Be Cleansed – A Tale Of The “Honourable” Women In Pakistan

Drowned To Be Cleansed – A Tale Of The “Honourable” Women In Pakistan Pakistan, for 69 years, has experienced the role of the formal judicial law (comprising of the common law and

Killing – The Ultimate Solution Against Bringing Shame?

Killing – The Ultimate Solution Against Bringing Shame? On 16 July 2016, the murder of Qandeel Baloch, a Pakistani social media star, brought great shock to everyone and stirred massive resistance throughout