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Family Law

Frequently Asked Questions About Court Marriage Karachi Pakistan

 

Question: What is the procedure for Solemnization of marriage / Registration of marriage ?
Answer:  According to Pakistan family laws, the minimum age for getting married is 18 years for both groom and the bride. Prior to the date of marriage/Nikah. You have to have any valid proof of your age and submit its photocopies alongwith other necessary requisites of the office [which primarily varies from case to case – but may include, age proof of each of the parties, their photographs etc.] along with the necessary fees and charges.

Question:  How much time is required for a court marriage in Pakistan and what are the religious ways available to do the marriage in court?

Answer:  
If you have an appointment with us then it would hardly take 2 to 3 hours in maximum.

And there are many ways to get married you just need the right information, A marriage can be done by

Muslim religious way

Christine religious way

or any other religious way

and then it can be registered .Please contact us as soon as you can to get complete details and solutions
What happen if some question or problem arise after the completion of marriage, relating to our marriage by parents or someone else ?

Answer:  The cost you will pay us will includes consultation services, if some problem or question arise related to your marriage after completion. you will get free legal advice and help from us. We are the only law firm who provide this type of service. We are also the only law firm who ensures that before getting marrage we inform our clients about every thing and If any problem may come related to your marriage after we will help you for free.  So you will be ready and informed in advance if any bad situation may arise. We are not saying that you get married right now but, its really good if you get your documents ready as soon as possible, once you get your document completed you can get married any time you want.
Question:  I don’t know anything about court marriage, what is the best way to start court marriage process?
Answer:  Court marriage is a process that is both easy and complicated depend on your situation, that’s why we have a specialized team of lawyers and court marriage consultants for your every need. There are many people on internet who try to confuse you strange by rumors but let me say that a court marriage is a Simple process all you need is professional help from the best in this field. So, contact us as soon as you decide to get married in the court, there are different type of documentation required according to situation. so contact us today and get your marriage process run smoothly.

 

Question:  Can i do it myself, why do i need lawyer and professional help?

Answer:  This is Pakistan and court marriage is one of the most complicated issues and don’t forget about the money minded people of the legal system of this country, some bad reputed lawyers, lower category staff dealing with law & its enforcement. There are thousand ways that people can create a issue just to get some more money out of you. When you have  professional lawyers with you then they know all the laws and can help you with almost every situation. In addition to its best to have some one knowledgeable with you when your are making the most important decision of you life.

 

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Karachi, Sindh
PK
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Environment Law

ENVIRONMENTAL TRIBUNAL RULES,

ENVIRONMENTAL TRIBUNAL RULES, 1999

Some Definitions as described in Pakistan Environmental Tribunal Rules as as under :-

“Act” means the Pakistan Environmental Protection Act, 1997

“Bench” means a bench of tribunal comprising the Chairperson
and at least one other Member;

“Chairperson” means Chairperson of the Tribunal;

“Corporation service” means employment in a corporation or other
body set up, established, owned, managed or controlled by the Federal or
a Provincial Government;

“Director General” means the Director-General of the Federal
Agency;

“Member” means member of the Tribunal;

“Service of Pakistan” shall have the same meaning as defined
clause (1) of Article 260 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of
Pakistan, 1973;

“Tribunal” means Environment Tribunal established under subsection
(1) of section 20 of the Act and includes a Bench.
(2) All other words and expressions used in these rules but not defined shall
have the same meanings as are assigned to them in the Act.

The term of office of the Chairperson and Members shall not exceed three
years: Provide that the Federal Government may extend the term of office of the
Chairperson or any Member for such period, not exceeding three years, as it may deem fit.

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Karachi, Sindh
PK
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Family Law Family Laws Pakistan

Child Custody

Types of Child Custody

1. Permanently Custody
In this type of custody the minor live permanently with the one spouse either with the father or mother or with any other maternal or paternal relatives. This kind of custody is given the family court concern where the child is living. After the hearing and with the evidence of the witness court allow the permanently custody to anyone. As per law till the age of 7 of male child it is the right of mother to retain the custody of the child and if the ward is female then its age is puberty as prescribed in the Guardian & Wards Act 1890. But this is not final there are so many other grounds which are considered at the time of permanently custody. For example the welfare of the minors, Second Marriage of the mother/father, death of the mother, maintenance of the minors, character of the mother or father, wish of the minors, other female persons in the house of father etc.

2. Temporary Custody
This kind of custody in given under section 12 of the Guardian & Ward Act 1890 by the court to any spouse either father or mother till the decision of the permanently custody case. Generally this kind of custody is given to the mother as she is right of hizanat and under Islamic law the mother has right to get this kind of custody. However father can also applied for this kind of custody and father can also be given on the grounds in the absence of the mother, character, not fall under the hizanat etc.

3. Meeting Custody
It is the right of the parents to meet with the minor. Both father and mother applied for this meeting with the child. If anyone have no custody and court on the ground will unable to handover the permanently custody or during the pending the main permanently custody case, the court can allow any of the parent to meet with the child. Meeting can be held in any place which court consider fit with the consultation of the both parties. Meeting can be held in the court or at the house of the any party, in the office of any counsel and any other suitable place. This meeting can be held after seven days, fifteen days or after one month as the court may think fit and proper. On the different occasion for example on the Eid days or in the vacations, the court can grant the meeting with the minor for more than one day.

4. Legal Custody
Legal custody of a child means having the right and the obligation to make decisions about a child’s upbringing. A parent with legal custody can make decisions about schooling, and medical care, etc. This kind of custody is award by the court after the proper hearing of the case and generally this is got under section 25 of the guardian and Ward Act 1890 and per court decision both the spouses are bound to retain as per court decision. This legal custody can be given for specific period for example for the specific age of the ward.

5. Illegal Custody
If mother or father forcibly get the custody or snatch the custody of the minor without the will and wish of the other party or against the court decision. This is called illegal custody. And the illegal custody can be given back by the court by filing contempt of court, filing habeas Corpus Petition under section 491 in the court and court after recover the minor handover to the party who has legal right for the minor custody.

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Family Laws Pakistan

Polygamy

Polygamy

(1) No man, during the subsistence of an existing marriage, shall except with the previous permission in writing of the Arbitration Council, contract another marriage, nor shall any such marriage contracted without such permission be registered under this Ordinance.

(2) An application for permission under Sub-section (1) shall be submitted to the Chairman in the prescribed manner together with the prescribed fee, and shall state reasons for the proposed marriage, and whether the consent of existing wife or wives has been obtained thereto.

(3) On receipt of the application under Sub-section (3), Chairman shall ask the applicant and his existing wife or wives each to nominate a representative, and the Arbitration Council so constituted may, if satisfied that the proposed marriage is necessary and just, grant, subject to such condition if any, as may be deemed fit, the permission applied for.

(4) In deciding the application the Arbitration Council shall record its reasons for the decision and any party may, in the prescribed manner, within the prescribed period, and on payment of the prescribed fee, prefer an application for revision, to the Collector concerned and his decision shall be final and shall not be called in question in any Court.

(5) Any man who contracts another marriage without the permission of the Arbitration Council shall,

(a) pay immediately the entire amount of the dower whether prompt or deferred, due to the existing wife or wives, which amount, if not so paid, shall be recoverable as arrears of land revenue; and

(b) on conviction upon complaint be punishable with the simple imprisonment which may extend to one year, or with fine which may extend to five thousand rupees, or with both.

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Karachi, Sindh
PK
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Intellectual Property

Pakistan Trademark Rules 2004

Pakistan Trademark Rules 2004 are framed in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 132 of the Trade Marks Ordinance, 2001 (XIX of 2001), the Federal Government has made rules. Short title and commencement. These rules are called the Trade Marks Rules,  2004.