Pakistan Citizenship by Birth

Citizenship by Birth
Section 4 Pakistan Citizenship, NADRA ordinance section 9 and 10. Citizenship by Birth.. Nationality, award of — Authorities declined to issue computerized National Identity Card to Petitioner on the ground that his parents were Somalian Nationals— Plea raised by petitioner was that he as born educated and was residing in Pakistan— validity—No restriction existed on any individual who was born in Pakistan, despite the fact that his parents were no citizenship of Pakistan—such individual could apply for grant of citizenship by birth in terms of section 4 of Pakistan Citizenship Act 1951,,, Ministry of Interior, Government of Pakistan was competent authority to process the case by virtue of Application Forms in prescribed manner and an applicant was to submit details as required in said document.. Any foreigner non-citizen of Pakistan or person from any other State born in Pakistan except a refugee was entitled to the dealt under Pakistan Citizenship Act 1951 subject to his claim if her/she fell within five concept provided under Pakistan Citizenship Act 1951 for seeking Citizenship of Pakistan— High Court directed the petitioner to approach Federal Government along with application Form duly filled in where after the authorities would decide his application in accordance with law—constitution Petition was allowed accordingly.
2018 CLC Islamabad 1588

Consent of Husband on Dissolution of Marriage by way of Khula

West Pakistan Family Courts Act (XXXV of 1964) Section. 5, Sched. & S.10—Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act (VIII of 1939), S. 2—Dissolution of marriage on ground of Khula'—Scope—Consent of husband for such dissolution would not be necessary—Judge, in case of husband's dis-agreement to dissolve marriage, could determine question as to whether spouses, if they continued living together, could observe limits of God or not—Duty of Judge to make genuine attempt for reconciliation between spouses—Judge in case of failure of reconciliation efforts could pass forthwith decree for dissolution of marriage— Where Judge while passing such decree, observed that wife was not willing to live with husband without any fault of his, then Judge would have no option but to restore to husband dower (Haqe-Mehr) received by wife at time of marriage—Wife seeking divorce for having developed extreme hatred and disliking for her husband would have to restore the consideration of marriage (dower) to husband—Where in view of Judge husband by his arrogant, cruel and obnoxious nature or behavior compelled wife to seek "Khula", then she would be entitled to all due benefits along with dissolution of marriage

PLD 2013 Peshawar 12

court marriage in karachi

Court Marriage

If the male and female is get married in the court with the permission of the court without the permission of wali/parents this is called court marriage. Generally those couple comes in the court for the marriage whose parents don’t want their daughter to get marriage with that guy with whom their daughter loves him and want to marry at any cost. Therefore in the absence of the consent of parents of the couples especially the parents of the girl when forbade their girl to marry the specific guy than it happened. Sometimes when the girl contracted the marriage without the permission and consent of the parents, they lodge the false FIR for abduction of the girl and committing the zina against the newly husband of their daughter and his family for creating harassment and sometime get divorce forcibly. However on the statement of the girl the FIR is quashed accordingly.

The constitution of Pakistan, the law of land, Islam and Muslim Family Law allow to every adult person to get marry on his/her own choice, accord and freewill. The Superior Courts called that girl sui juirs and accepted their marriage without the consent of parents. And the Courts have accepted the minimum age 16 of the girl for marriage and hold that 16 years girl and above is capable to contract her marriage as per her own wish, freewill and consent.

For the purpose of Court marriage the girl have to appear in the court and have to give statement in the court before the Magistrate /Oath Commissioner / Justice of Peace etc. that she is going to marry with her own choice, freewill and accord, she is major, adult, and without no use of intoxicant she is deposing and no one has abducted, kidnapped. Thereafter the marriage is solemnized as per religious procedure. If the couples are Muslims then Nikahkhawan/Qazi solemnize the marriage in the presence of witnesses, if the couples are Christian then the father/padri solemnize the marriage if the couple are Hindu or any other community then the marriage is solemnized as per their religious way. After this the couples are allowed to go their homes and thereafter the said marriage certificate /Nikahnama is registered in the concern authority and return to the couple.

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Pleader is entitled to appear for another and not for himself

Counsel and Client

Advocate and Pleader— Scope— Pleader is entitled to appear for another and not for himself—- If one wants to represent his/her client as advocate then he (advocate) is not legally entitled to examine himself in place of his party (client) as for such purpose he has to unclothe his status as advocate and has to clothe with attorney/authorized agent.

2017 CLC 1736

Negligence of counsel did not constitute sufficient cause

Negligence of counsel did not constitute sufficient cause 

Parties are bound by the acts and omissions of their counsel

in ase of any negligence on party of the counsel, parties could not claim that they were not to be held responsible.

Negligence on the party of advocate, has a binding effect on his client— any negligence on the party of the advocate, was binding upon party which had engaged the advocate— if pary would engage a counsel who was lacking sense of responsibility to the court, it was the party who should suffer and not the other side.

PLJ 2015 Islamabad 74

2013 YLR 375

2013 CLC 254

PLD 2006 Karachi 252

1974 SCMR 223