Second marriage permission
Section 6 of Muslim family Law Ordinance 1961
Permission in writing from Arbitration council for contracting second marriage— Provision of section 6 of the MFLO 1961 were consonance with the injunction of Islam—said provision had not placed any restriction to contract second marriage, rather it only related to seeking permission before entering into second marriage in order to regulated the structure of society as a whole— any deviation from provision of section 6 of MFLO 1961 might ensure number of issues which would frustrate the fabric of relationship within a society.
PLD 2020 SC 613
Islamic Law…. Marriage…. Nikah… Essential pre-requisites .. There ingredients of valid marraige were proposed, acceptance and presence of two male or one male and two female witnesses….
Muhammadan Law by D.F. Mullah Para No. 252 ref.
2020 CLC 549 (Lahore) Before Shujaat Ali Khan J.
Mst. Saman Naseer versus Additional District Judge Lahore and others
section 5 family courts Act 1964
suit for recovery of dowry articles and dower— family court decreed the suit and appeal was dismissed by the appellate court— validity— not possible for wife to keep the record of purchased articles and prepare list of dowry articles and obtain signature of husband and witnesses– whoever alleged existence of a particular fact was to prove the same— solitary statement of wife was enough to prove dowry articles– when marriage had not been consummated then wife would be entitled to half of fixed dower only and remaining haled should be returned/restored to husband unless waived such right voluntarily
2020 CLC 380 Balochistan
Advance or earnest money can be forfeited if purchaser backtracks from his contractual commitments under section 73 and 74 of contract Act and it is settled legal principle that parties may determined expected losses and agree for an amount to be paid in breach
Earnest Money is the part of purchase price when the transaction goes forward. it is forfeited when the transaction falls through by reason of fault and failure of the vendee. of contract.
2004 CLD 984, 2017 CLC Note-4 (sindh)
Guardian and ward Act VIII of 1890
Section 25 custody of minor—welfare of minor— Re-marriage of mother—visitation – conduct of father— Non-payment of maintenance allowance—Effect—Petitioner/mother assailed the order of Appellate court whereby permanent custody of minor was given to the father/respondent—Appellate court had granted the permanent custody of minor to the father on the sole ground that the mother had remarried and was not living with her second husband— Validity— Hel: such ground could have been applied had the subject minor been a girl— No other justifiable reason was assigned by the Appellant court for granting permanent custody of a male minor of tender age to his father—- Observation of family court regarding the conduct of father being negligent and male fide was apparent in view of his continuous absence at the time of visitation ordered by the family court, impounding and blocking of his CNIC by family court and issuance of his non-bailable warrants by the judicial Magistrate— father had not complied with the decree of maintenance passed by Family Court in favor of the subject minor— Grant of Permanent custody of minor to respondent /father was not in the interest and welfare of the minor— Respondent was, however granted right of visitation subject to certain conditions— Constitutional petitioner was allowed in circumstance.
2019 CLC 1787