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Family Law

Family Law includes all the Matrimonial, Civil, Family, Court Marriage Nikah, Custody of Children, Divorce, Dower, Dowry, Maintenance allowance of Children, and Property of Females Disputes.

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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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Khulla

Khulla

Right of Khulla is not an unconditional right but this can be granted by court upon satisfying itself that there is such discard, hatred, intense, dislike and incurable aversion on the part of wife that is impossible for the spouses to live together and perform their matrimonial obligations within the limits of prescribed by God.

Khulla is a kind of divorce when wife get from the family court in lieu of forgoing her right of dower . section 8 of Muslim Family Law Ordinance 1961 attract on Khulla and other dissolution of marriage other then talaq under section 7 of Muslim family Law Ordinance 1961.

When wife file the suit for the dissolution of marriage by way of khulla under section 8. Summons are issued to the husband through registered mail, courier service, pasting and as well through publication in the newspaper and court give sufficient time and chance to husband to file his rebuttal and reply. Therefore court fixes the case for pre-trial for reconciliation and compromise. If reconciliation fails then under section 10 court pass the decree for dissolution of marriage fore with and also restore to the husband the haq mahar received by the wife inconsideration of the marriage at the time of marriage.

On the other hand if husband fail to appear then court published the summon in the newspaper and try to bring the husband in the court but if he fail to appear then court have no other alternative except to decree the suit ex-parte by dissolving the marriage by way of khulla.
In the suit of Khulla, there is no need to prove any allegation leveled by the wife against the husband. Only hatred is sufficient for the grant of Khulla. As Islam and law does not allow the hateful union.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

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Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +92 321 205 7582