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Criminal Laws

Dischonour of Cheque

Dischonour of Cheque

Defination of “dishonoured cheque”, which when presented in the Bank same is refused of payment by the bank because of insufficient funds or it is not in order, it is called dishonestly issuing a cheque is a criminal offence in Pakistan. Dishonestly issuing a cheque is governed by section 489-F of the Pakistan Penal Code, 1860. The said section reads as follows:

489-F Dishonestly issuing a cheque: Whoever dishonestly issues a cheque towards re-payment of a loan or fulfillment of an obligation which is dishonoured on presentation shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to three years and with fine unless he can establish, for which the burden of proof shall rest on him, that he had made arrangements with his bank to ensure that the cheque would be honoured and that the bank was at fault in not honouring the cheque.

The offence under this section is cognizable by police, non-bailable and compoundable.

Please note each case has to be seen on its own facts and circumstances.

Our Team is well trained to advice you on cheque bouncing, recovery of debt, recovery of money, legal notice for cheque dishnonour, lodging of First Information Report (F.I.R.) and other related matters to individual persons, firms, companies & Corporations both local and foreign. You can contact us for detailed consultancy and advice.

Supreme Court of Pakistan is situated in Islamabad and its registry at Karachi.

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NAB Ordinance Disqualification to contest elections or to hold public office

NAB Ordinance Disqualification to contest elections or to hold public office. Section 15 of the National Accountability Bureau / NAB Ordinance  describes the disqualifications as under :-

(a) Where an accused person is convicted of [an offence under section 9 of this Ordinance] he shall forthwith cease to hold public office, if any, held by him and further he shall stand disqualified for a period of ten years, to be reckoned from the date he is released after serving the sentence, for seeking or from being elected, chosen, appointed or nominated as a member or representative of any public body or any statutory or local authority or in service of Pakistan or of any Province:

Provided that any accused person who has availed the benefit of [sub-section (b) of section] 25 shall also be deemed to have been convicted for an offence under this Ordinance, and shall forthwith cease to hold public office, if any, held by him and further he shall stand disqualified for a period of ten years, to be reckoned from the date he has discharged his liabilities relating to the matter or transaction in issue, for seeking or from being elected, chosen, appointed or nominated as a member or representative of any public body or any statutory or local authority or in service of Pakistan or of any Province.

(b)        Any person convicted of an offence under section 9 of this Ordinance] shall not be allowed to apply for or be granted or allowed any financial facilities in the form of any loan or advances or other financial accommodation by any bank or financial institution  [owned or controlled by the Government] for a period of 10 years from the date of conviction.

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Family Law

Child Custody in Karachi Pakistan

Child custody is a matter which is closely related to divorce law and many issues will inevitably be dealt with at the same time as a divorce. However, in many cases parents will come to their own informal arrangements. In any case, an agreement should be reached on the basis of what the parents mutually believe is best for the welfare of the children and, if possible, what their children want.

Child custody law of Pakistan determines who should be responsible for the care and charge of a child, after divorce or separation. In the majority of cases parents opt for joint custody, which enables the child to spend an equal amount of time with each parent. This option also allows both parents to participate in any decision making which may affect the child. However, if parents are unable to amicably decide what living arrangement is best for their child, the courts will decide on their behalf.

If there is a dispute, to reduce the potential stress and legal costs, the next step is mediation, which can be arranged through Child Custody Lawyers. The well trained team of lawyers in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Hyderabad and Thatta provide best legal services.

If mediation cannot resolve the dispute, the final stage is the courts. Again, in general the decision as to who is awarded custody is based on what is best for the welfare of the child/children.

If you have recently divorced or separated from you partner and want to find out about child custody, how child custody arrangements are made and what you can do in the event of a dispute, you are in the right place to find out. We understand how sensitive child custody issues can be.

However, we have tried to be as frank and objective as possible so it has some use for everyone and allows you to know exactly where you stand.

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Criminal Laws

How to get registered FIR when Police Officer Refuses to lodge FIR in Karachi Pakistan

How to get registered FIR when Police Officer Refuses to lodge FIR in Karachi Pakistan

First Information Report (FIR) is a written document prepared by the police when they receive information about the commission of a cognizable offence. It is a report of information that reaches the police first in point of time and that is why it is called the First Information Report. It is generally a complaint lodged with the police by the victim of a cognizable offence or by someone on his/her behalf. Anyone can report the commission of a cognizable offence either orally or in writing to the police.  It is a duty of police to register FIR without any delay or excuses.

If Police refuses to register FIR then the aggrieved person can approach District & Sessions Judge for directing the Police to register his statement U/s. 154 Cr.P.C. In Karachi there are 5 Districts, therefore aggrived person havde to approch the District Judge who has jurisdiction of that Police Station.

Cognizable Offence:

A cognizable offence is one in which the police may arrest a person without warrant. They are authorized to start investigation into a cognizable case on their own and do not require any orders from the court to do so.

Non-cognizable Offence:

A non-cognizable offence is an offence in which a police officer has no authority to arrest without warrant. The police cannot investigate such an offence without the court’s permission.

Why is FIR important?

FIR is a very important document as it sets the process of criminal justice in motion. It is only after the FIR is registered in the police station that the police start investigation of the case. According to Articles 21, 22, 23, 25, 49, 50 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order 1984, FIR is a relevant fact.

 Who can lodge FIR?

Anyone who knows about the commission of a cognizable offence can file an FIR. It is not necessary that only the victim of the crime should file an FIR. A police officer that comes to know about a cognizable offence can file an FIR himself/herself. You can file FIR if:

a. You are the person against whom the offence has been committed.

b. You know yourself about an offence, which has been committed.

c. You have seen the offence being committed.

 

 

The police may not investigate a complaint even if you file an FIR, when:

1. The case is not serious in nature.

2. The police feel that there is not enough ground to investigate.

3. The police resources are already over-committed in investigating more serious offences. However, the police must record the reasons for not conducting an investigation and in the latter case must inform you (Section 157 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898).

What is the procedure of filling FIR?

The procedure of filing an FIR is prescribed in Section 154 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898. It is as follows:

I.  When information about the commission of a cognizable offence is given

orally, the police must write it down.

II.  It is your right as a person giving information or making a complaint to

demand that the information recorded by the police is read over to you.

III. Once the police have recorded the information in the FIR Register, the person

giving the information must sign it.

IV. You should sign the report only after verifying that the information recorded

by the police is as per the details given by you.

V.  People who cannot read or write must put their left thumb impression on the

document after being satisfied that it is a correct record.

VI.  Always ask for a copy of the FIR, if the police do not give it to you.

VII. It is your right to get a copy of FIR free of cost.

 

What should you mention in the FIR?

1. Your name and address;

2. Date, Time and Location of the incident you are reporting;

3. The true facts of the incident as they occurred, including the use of weapons, if any;

4. Names and description of the persons involved in the incident;

5. Names and addresses of witnesses, if any. (Format used by the police for the registration of FIR is attached).

 

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Corporate Law Pakistan Business Setup Pakistan Company Registration

PROCEDURE REGISTRATION OF FOREIGN COMPANY PAKISTAN

PROCEDURE REGISTRATION OF FOREIGN COMPANY PAKISTAN

Registration of a Foreign Company comprises of following two steps:

1. Seek Availability of Company Name

2. Documentation

Step 1. Seek Availability of Company Name:

The first step in the process of registration of a Foreign Company is to seek availability of name of the proposed company from the registrar. The name of  the proposed company should not be:

• Inappropriate

• Deceptive.

• Designed to exploit or offend the religious susceptibilities of the people.

• Identical or having close resemblance with already existing company.

• Suggesting connection with any Government or its organization or any international organization.

Fees for seeking availability of company name through online.

 

Step 2. Documentation

Foreign Company RegistrationAfter seeking company name availability, next step is documentation. A foreign company is required to file the following documents, under the provisions of the Ordinance, within thirty days of establishing a place of business in Pakistan, to the registrar concerned:

I. Forms (38-43) as prescribed under the Rules

• Form 38: Certified copy of the charter, statute or Memorandum and Articles of the company.

• Form 39: Address of registered office or principal office of the company.

• Form 40: Particulars of directors, Chief Executive and Secretary, if any, of the company.

• Form 41: Particulars of principal officer of the company in Pakistan.

• Form 42: Particulars of person(s) resident in Pakistan authorized

to accept service on behalf of the foreign company alongwith the certified copy of the appointment order, authority letter of board of

directors’ resolution and consent of the principle officer.

• Form 43: Address of principal place(s) of business in Pakistan of the foreign company.

II. Authority letter in the name of authorized representative of the foreign company.

III. Fee Challan

1.4 What type of certification is required for the documents constituting or defining the constitution of a foreign company?

A copy of the charter, statute, memorandum and articles of association, or other instrument, constituting or defining the constitution of a foreign company is  required to be duly certified by:-

(a) the public officer in the country where the company is incorporated in whose custody the original is committed; or

(b) a notary public of the country where the company is incorporated; or

(c) an affidavit of a responsible officer of the company in the country where the company is incorporated.

In first two situations, at (a) and (b), certification is required to be authenticated by a Pakistan diplomatic consular or consulate officer, while in third situation at (c) above, affidavit shall be signed before a Pakistan diplomatic consular or  consulate officer. [Rule 22 of Companies (General Provisions and Forms) Rules,

1985]

1.5 What are the requirements, if charter, statute, memorandum and articles of association, or other instrument, constituting or defining the constitution of a foreign company, is in language other than English?

If the document constituting or defining the constitution of a foreign company, charter, statute or memorandum and articles of association is not in English or Urdu, duly certified translation in English or Urdu language is required to be provided. Translation of document constituting charter in English or Urdu, is required to be certified to be correct translation of the original. [Rule 23 of

Companies (General Provisions and Forms) Rules, 1985]

Where translation is made outside Pakistan, it shall be authenticated by the signature and seal of:

• the public officer in the country where the company is incorporated; or

• a notary public of the country where the company is incorporated.

Signature and seal of the person so certifying shall be authenticated by a Pakistan diplomatic consular or consulate officer.

Where translation is made within Pakistan, it shall be authenticated by an affidavit of any person having in the opinion of the registrar, an adequate knowledge of the language of the original and of English or Urdu, as the case may be.

1.6 Is a foreign company required to obtain any other permission from any  other organization for opening and maintaining of its branch/ liaison office in Pakistan?

A foreign company is required to obtain a permission letter from the Board of Investment with a specific validity period for opening and maintaining of its branch/liaison office in Pakistan. Copy of such permission letter is required to be furnished with the documents meant for registration.  Renewal/ extension of the permission to open/maintain a branch/liaison office is also required to be obtained from the Board of Investment on the expiry of the validity period of the permission originally granted. Whenever such renewal/extension is granted, a copy must be furnished to the registrar concerned.

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Family Law Family Laws Pakistan Human Rights

Share of widow in Property and inheritance rights of widow

A widow is indeed entitled to a share of the inheritance from the property which belonged to her deceased husband; but she would not be entitled to inherit anything from the property which belongs to her father-in-law, or any other blood relative of her deceased husband, absolutely regardless of whether she has married again or not, or whether she has off-spring or not.

The widow is entitled only to a percentage of the inheritance left behind by her deceased husband; 1/4th if they have no children from the marriage, and 1/8th  if the couple have children.

The best team of our lawyers always assist the clients to get their rights. We provide complete Free Legal Advice to widow woman as a Sadqa and Zakkat , for getting their Legal rights and getting their proper share in property of their deceased husband. Sometimes a Widow lady is unable to pay our professional Fees, we file her case without fees, thereafter they pay our fees as per their convenience.

Our Goal is to fight for the rights, therefore we always provide better ways to our clients to achieve their legal rights without any over burden of litigation costs.

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Karachi Office

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Criminal Laws

Law of Bail in Criminal Cases in Pakistan

Law of Bail in Criminal Cases in Pakistan.

CHAPTER XXXIX – OF BAIL
496. In what cases bail to be taken. When any person other than a person accused of a non-bailable offence is arrested or detained without warrant by an officer incharge of a police-station or appears or is brought before a Court, and is prepared at any lime while in the custody of such officer or at any stage of the proceedings before such Court to give bail, such person shall be released on bail: Provided that such officer of Court, if he or it thinks fit, may, instead of taking bail from such person, discharge him on his executing a bond without sureties for his appearance as hereinafter provided:
Provided further that nothing in this section shall be deemed to affect the provisions of section 107, subsection (4), or section 117, sub-section (3).
497. When bail may be taken in cases of non-bailable offence. (1) When any person accused of nonbailable offence is arrested or detained without warrant by an officer-in-charge of a police station, or appears or is brought before a Court, he may be released on bail, but he shall not be so released if there appears reasonable grounds for believing that he has been guilty of an offence punishable with death or [imprisonment for life or imprisonment for ten years].Pakistan: Code of Criminal Procedure 1898 Provided that the Court may direct that any person under the age of sixteen years or any woman or any sick or infirm person accused of such an offence be released on bail:
Provided further that a person accused of an offence as aforesaid shall not be released on bail unless the prosecution has been given notice to show cause why he should not be so released.
[Provided further that the Court shall, except where it is of opinion that the delay in the trial of the accused has been occasioned by an act or omission of the accused or any other person acting on his behalf or in exercise of any right or privilege under any law for the time being in force, direct that any person shall be released on bail–
(a) who, being accused of any offence not punishable with death, has been detained for such offence for a continuous period exceeding one year and whose trial for such offence has not concluded; or
(b) who, being accused of an offence punishable with death, has been detained for such offence for a continuous period exceeding two years and whose trial for such offence has not concluded.
Provided further that the provisions of the third proviso to this subsection shall not apply to a previously convicted offender for an offence punishable with death or imprisonment for life or to a person who, in the opinion of the Court, is a hardened, desperate or dangerous criminal or involved in terrorism.]
(2) If it appears to such officer or Court at any stage of the investigation, inquiry or trial, as the case may be, that there are no reasonable grounds for believing that the accused has committed a non-bailable offence, but that there are sufficient grounds for further inquiry into his guilt, the accused shall, pending such inquiry, be released on bail, or, at the discretion of such officer or Court, on the execution by him of a bond without sureties for his appearance as hereinafter provided.
(3) Ah officer or a Court releasing any person on bail under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) shall record in writing his or its reasons for so doing.
(4) If, at any time after the conclusion of the trial of a person accused of a non-bailable offence and before judgment is delivered, the Court Is of opinion that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the accused is not guilty of any such offence, it shall release the accused, if he is in custody on the execution by him of a bond without sureties for his appearance to hear judgment delivered.
(5) A High Court or Court of Session and, in the case of a person released by itself, any other Court may cause any person who has been released under this section to be arrested and may commit him to custody.
498. Power to direct admission to bail or reduction of bail. The amount of every bond executed under this Chapter shall be fixed with due regard to the circumstances of the case, and shall not be excessive; and the High Court or Court of Session may, in any case, whether there be an appeal on conviction or not direct that any person be admitted to bail, or that the bail required by a police-officer or Magistrate be reduced.
[498-A. No bail to be granted to a person not in custody, in Court or against whom no case is registered etc. Nothing in section 497 or section 498 shall be deemed to require or authorise a Court to release on bail, or to direct to be admitted to bail any person who is not in custody or is not present in Court or against whom no case stands registered for the time being and an order for the release of a person on bail, or direction that a person be admitted to bail shall be effective only in respect of the case that so stands registered against him and is specified in the order or direction.]

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Corporate Law Firm in Karachi Pakistan

 

Top Law Firms in Karachi PakistanIrfan Mir Halepota & Associates is a full service law Firm, with offices at Karachi, Hyderabad and Thatta and associate lawyers in most major cities of Pakistan. The main office of the Firm is in Karachi, conveniently located Clifton area. It is easily accessible from all parts of Karachi.

The Partners and members of the Firm are senior professionals with years of experience behind them. They bring the highest level of professional service to clients along with the traditions of the profession, integrity and sound ethical practices.

Members of the Firm are in tune with the work-culture of international law firms as well as the expectations of large corporate clients. The Firm has amongst its clients are multi nationals, and leading Pakistani Companies and organizations.

One of the most capable litigation law firms in Pakistan, Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates dispute resolution practice is a clear leader. The firm handles a large volume of disputes.

Irfan Mir Halepaota & Associates has been ranked as one of the top Corporate Law Firms in Pakistan by the Legal 500 and HG. It is also considered as one of the Best Law Chambers and Partners having well reputation in Karachi, Pakistan.

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates claims to be leading Law Firm in Karachi, Pakistan for its dispute resolution work.

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Civil Litigation Law Firm in Karachi Pakistan

Civil LitigationCivil Litigation Law Firm in Karachi Pakistan. Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates Law Firm specializes in both the defense and prosecution of civil lawsuits. No matter if we are representing a plaintiff or a defendant, our philosophy is always the same: be aggressive and be fast. We believe the faster we can proceed all of the evidence the faster we can get you the result you are looking for. Our approach often results in the satisfactory settlement of the case long before the litigation process has run its course through trial.

Many of our clients have never been involved in a lawsuit before. We take the time to educate you about all aspects of your case so you don’t feel like you are just along for the ride. From discovery, demurrers, motions for summary judgment, depositions and trial, we will let you know what everything is about and why we are doing what we are doing. After all, it is your case and you have a right to know. Please discuss Lawsuit Roadmap to get a better understanding of the process.

In the last year IRFAN MIR HALEPOTA & ASSOCIATES has handled cases involving business litigation disputes, breach of contract, fraud, wrongful termination, personal injury (both defense and for the injured party), real estate cases and more.

We don’t specialize in any one type of litigation. Rather, we specialize in civil litigation. We are litigators who focus on gathering the facts, knowing the law and presenting your case in the best possible light to maximize the chances of getting you the outcome you desire.

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Property Law

Procedure for Transfer of Property in Defence Housing Authority DHA Karachi Pakistan

  1. To apply for transfer of plot in Defence Housing Authority DHA Karachi Pakistan following documents are required to be submitted: –

    1. Covering letter requesting for transfer of a plot with additional three signatures for signing in the presence of Defence Housing Authority Designated Officers. (Specimen attached).
    2. Affidavit on Rs 20/- Stamp Paper (Specimen Attached) duly attested.
    3. Original Allotment Order / Transfer Order / Division Order / Title document.
    4. 1 x Photocopy of CNIC of both parties duly attested.
    5. Undertaking regarding loan / mortgage of plot (specimen attached).
    6. In case only Intimation Letter has been issued, transfer of plot can be undertaken through an application for Issuance of Allotment Order and Cancellation in name of new owners (Specimen attached).
    7. In case of Transfer of plot in the name of more than one owner, a consent letter from all the co-sharers is required to be attached, indicating / mentioning the name and address of the co-sharer on which the correspondence is to be made (Specimen attached).
    8. GHQ NOC, in case of transfer by Army allottee officer.
  2. Ensure all dues on the plot are cleared.
  3. Attach CVT paid proforma for all size of commercial plots and 500 sq yds or above Residential plots.
  4. After ‘Sign Before’ on the transfer documents, the designated officer will return the documents to the transferor.
  5. Once you (transferor) and the buyer (transferee) have completed your transaction for whatever consideration, then the papers may be handed over to the buyer (Transferee).
  6. The Transferee to pay the transfer fee in the Account Branch. The Account Branch Counter will make necessary endorsement on the covering letter.
  7. The buyer (transferee) to deposit the Transfer Documents at the Reception (veranda) and obtain a receipt. The receipt will indicate the date of collection.

NOTES

  1. All fees are subject to change without notice.
  2. Before making out a Pay Order / Bank Draft please find out the outstanding dues and current rate of Fee from Accounts Branch Counter.
  3. In case you desire your case to be processed on urgent basis, on payment of requisite emergent fee, please contact the Director T&R for necessary endorsement before paying the fees / submitting the documents at the counter.
  4. Attestation of Affidavits:
    • Affidavit executed within Karachi (Pakistan) be got attested by Oath Commissioner / Notary Public / Nazim concerned.

    • Affidavit executed outside Karachi (within Pakistan) be got attested by 1st class Magistrate / Nazim concerned.

    • Affidavits executed outside Pakistan be got attested from authorized officer of Pak Embassy abroad or the Consulate General.

  5. The Buyer may check whether the property is clear or not for transfer by paying Rs. 1000/- in cash at account counter. Information will be given the next day.
  6. For Transfer through court, the Transfer papers to be prepared after getting briefing from Administrative Officer.
  7. Officers (from all svcs) who are original allottees of DHA Karachi and desirous of disposing off / tfr their plots have to obtain NOC from GHQ, AG’s Branch (DHA Cell) Rwp.

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