Tag Archives: Supreme Court


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


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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


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Legal Trail of Hudabiya Case

Legal Trail of Hudabiya Case The members of ‘House of Sharifs’, facing inquiries by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and trials before the Accountability Court for alleged corruption, abuse of public funds,

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M Jahanzeb Butt

Condition Precedent For Orange Line

Condition Precedent For Orange Line The long-awaited appeal of the Punjab Government has been finally accepted by the apex court ruling out the injunction of the Lahore High Court against the Lahore Orange

Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan on Surrogacy: From Judicial Islamization of Laws to Judicial Legislation

Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan on Surrogacy: From Judicial Islamization of Laws to Judicial Legislation Introduction In Farooq Siddiqui v Mst. Farzana Naheed (Sh. Petition No.2/I of 2015), decided on 16 February 2017,

Pakistan: A Permanent Building Or A Tent

Pakistan: A Permanent Building Or A Tent The last Viceroy of British India, Lord Mountbatten in a brutally blunt metaphor, stated, “Administratively it was the difference between putting up a permanent building, a