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Intellectual Property Patent

Infringement of Patent in Pakistan

Infringment of Patent in Pakistan, Section 61 of the law lists reliefs that a Court may grant in suits for infringements. These include,-

    • (a) to order to desist from infringement,

(b) to prevent the entry into the channels of commerce of imported goods that involve the infringement immediately after custom clearance of such goods;

(c) to order the infringer to pay the right holder damages adequate to compensate for the injury he has suffered because of infringement;

(d) to pay the right holder expenses which may include appropriate attorney’s fee;

(e) in appropriate cases, to order recovery of profits, damages and pre-established damages even where the infringer did not knowingly or with reasonable ground to know, engage in infringing;

(f) to order that goods found to be infringed be, without compensation of any sought, disposed off outside the channels of commerce;

(g) to order the material and implements the predominant use of which has been in the creating of infringing goods be, without compensation of any sought, disposed off outside the channels of commerce in such a manner as to minimize risk of further infringement, and in considering such orders, the need for proportionality between seriousness of infringement and remedies ordered as well as interests of third parties shall be taken into account;

(h) unless this would be out of proportion to the seriousness of the infringement, to order infringer to inform the right holder of the identity of third parties involved in the production and distribution of the infringing goods and of their channels of commerce; and

(i) to order a party at whose request measures were taken and who has abused enforcement procedure, to provide to a party wrongfully enjoined or restrained, adequate compensation for injury suffered because of such abuse.

The Court is also granted powers to order prompt and effective provisional measures.

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Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Telephone: 0321-2057582

Regular Website:  https://www.irfanlaw.com

Law Firm based in Karachi and Islamabad having well experienced Advocates and Lawyers in the fields of Commercial, Intellectual Property & Trademark Law.
E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +923212057582

Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad. The Registry of the Supreme Court is also at Karachi.

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Litigation

Debt Recovery Law & Lawyers in Pakistan

Recovery of debts and money can be both frustrating and time consuming in Pakistan. The best way to go against the defaulters is to choose the right form of legal action at proper time otherwise you might suffer. We are very successfully providing services for recovery of bad debts and loan by initiating civil and criminal proceeding against defaulters. Our Lawyers in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Hyderabad and Thatta, have extensive legal experience in debt-recovery laws. We aggressively pursue your debts collection process in Pakistan and recover your debt and money in very fast manner.

We provide legal services for those clients who are not afraid to take an aggressive legal approach in the recovery of their debts. If you want more money recovered with a legal, safe and fast manner, contact our law firm. Our practice consists of associates at Karachi. We have extensive experience in distress debt trading industries. Our attorneys regularly appear on behalf of clients in bankruptcy courts in Karachi.

Taking legal action to reclaim debt should be a last resort, and often the threat is enough to make your customers pay you. However, if your usual ways of recovering debt have failed, there are things to consider before beginning the legal process.

Consider some form of alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration. Contracts may already specify how disputes should be resolved. Resolution procedures can make it easier to control costs and are often less confrontational than court proceedings.

Mediation is a simple, cheap method of resolving disputes. It can save you time and money and can assist all parties in reaching a mutually beneficial resolution. This can help maintain the business relationship once the dispute is settled.

Even if making a claim seems the only answer, you should consider your chances of winning. In many cases your claim may not be disputed. But in others, it could be difficult to prove the customer is at fault.

Remember that you can’t be certain of receiving the money owed – let alone any costs or expenses – if the person or company you’re taking action against has no assets or a history of bad debt. Credit reference agencies should be able to give you a credit rating for the defendant and details of any unpaid court judgments.

If you win the judgment, the customer is required to pay the sum claimed. If properly claimed, they are required to pay court fees and interest as well. If they do not pay, you must be prepared to take steps to enforce the judgment. For this client have to note that:

  • court fees are payable when you issue a claim and if you have to enforce the judgment
  • fees are payable if you lose or do not succeed in enforcing your judgment
  • you may have solicitor’s costs and other costs – if you win and succeed in enforcing the judgment, you may be able to claim these back from the defendant

You will have to pay court fees in advance. However, they can be recovered from the defendant if you win. If you lose or you do not succeed in enforcing your judgment you will not be able to reclaim those costs.

We advise both local and international companies on a full range of legal issues from non-contentious corporate and commercial matters, including major project work; establishing and conducting business in Karachi Pakistan, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, employment matters, distributions and franchise arrangements. For international Clients having legal issues in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and other Gulf cities and areas prefer to engage us due to cost effectiveness. We charge very reasonable professional Fees for International Arbitration in Dubai, Abdu Dhabi, Qatar and Gulf cities and areas.

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PK
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Litigation

Public Procurement Regulatory Authority

The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority is an autonomous body endowed with the responsibility of prescribing regulations and procedures for public procurement by Federal Government owned public sector organizations with a view to improve governance, management, transparency, accountability and quality of public procurement of goods, works and services. It is also endowed with the responsibility of monitoring procurement by public sector agencies/organizations and has been delegated necessary powers under the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority Ordinance.

There is an other separate authorities for each Province at Provincial Level, Our Law Firm has handled many cases of our clients who are generally contractors, whereby the Honourable Superior Courts have directed the Government organizations / authorities to act as per law and avoid favoritism to any of their blue eye contractors. Our Teams has represented the clients in Honourable High Court and Supreme Court of Pakistan.

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Family Law

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.

Sometimes ladies can not come to office of a Lawyer for discussing her case due to domestic problems, therefore, she can not get proper legal assistance rapidly. We on-line services to them.

If you can not come our office then you can just email us the details of your case and sent required papers to us by courier services alongwith cross cheque or pay order of our professional fees. We will prepare your case, the draft is sent to client by email, after approval of the client the case is finalized for filing in the Court. Client has to come court for recording of statement before the judge.

Our well experienced Advocates are available at Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Hyderabad and Thatta.

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Telephone: 0321-2057582

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Law Firm in Pakistan dealing with Civil Litigation, Commercial, Intellectual Property, Real Estate and Family Laws of Pakistan.
E-26, Glass Tower, Clifton
Karachi, Sindh
PK
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Property Law

SALE, PURCHASE AND TRANSFER OF PROPERTY REAL ESTATE IN PAKISTAN

SALE, PURCHASE AND TRANSFER OF PROPERTY/REAL ESTATE IN PAKISTAN

OUR LAW FIRM advises and assists clients in sale, purchase and leasing of commercial, agricultural and residential properties in Karachi, Paksitan. We successfully complete the whole process of verification and registration of title documents, procurement of revenue documents “Farad” and get mutation of names in the revenue record.

In developed countries people sell, purchase and transfer property through Law Firms and get avoid from fraud and legal complications. But unfortunately in Pakistan, people directly go for this business, without verification of the title deeds and legal status of the property and get trapped in frauds and legal complications.

After visiting the properties shown by Estate Agent or Property Consultants. The best and safe way to sell, purchase and transfer of property is firstly to consult with lawyer for verification and checking the legal status of the property and then to enter into full written agreement by setting out all the terms and conditions in it. This would save you from property frauds, legal complications and loss of your money.

We initiate speedy legal proceedings against the offenders of Land Grabbing, Illegal Possession of property and Transfer of property by fraudulent manner.

OUR Law Firm provides clients with the best legal services to handle business transactions and deals of all sizes, including contracts and/or agreements pertaining to buying and selling property, leasing for the lessee or lessor, sales and maintenance of real estate and farms and vacant land.

OUR Law Firm has a wide range of practice areas in relation to registration. We guide clients in accordance with the Registration Laws of the Real Estate applicable in Pakistan. In collaboration with our partners, we empower clients to obtain the rights on their ownerships.

OUR Law Firm has experienced litigators, who appear for clients before all levels of the Pakistani courts in order to fight on behalf of them, for both the plaintiff and the defendant, before all stages of arbitration panels and the various forms of the ADR as well as representing them in all attempts to attain an amicable settlement with their opponents.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

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Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +92 321 205 7582


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Intellectual Property

Punishments for infringement of Copyright in Pakistan

Top Law Firms in Karachi PakistanPenalty for unauthorised reproduction or distribution of counterfeit copies of sound recording and cinematographic work shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to three years or with fine or with both.

Penalty for exploitation and appropriation of recording or audiovisual work intended for private use shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to three years or with fine or with both.

Penalty for making copies or reproduction in excess of those authorized by the copyright owner or his successor in title shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to three years or with fine or with both.

Penalty of unauthorized rental of cinematographic works and computer programs shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to three years or with fine or with both.

Possession of plates for purpose of making infringing copies shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to two years or with fine or with both.

Penalty for making false entries in the Register, etc., or producing or tendering false evidence shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to two years or with fine or with both.

Penalty for making false statements for the purpose of deceiving or influencing any authority or officer shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to two years or with fine or with both.

Penalty for making false statements for the purpose of deceiving or influencing any authority or officer shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to two years or with fine or with both.

False attribution or authorship, etc. shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to two years or with fine or with both.

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Law Firm based in Karachi having well experienced Advocates and Lawyers in the fields of Copyright infringement Law.
E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
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Election and Political Law

Election and Political Law

In the current enforcement environment, corporations, major political donors, lobbyists, and Political Parties can face unprecedented scrutiny of their compliance,  and government ethics laws.

Irfan Mir Halepota’s Election and Political Law Practice is one of the oldest and most prominent such practices in the Pakistan, specially at Karachi. Individuals and Political Parties turn to Halepota for its credibility and sophistication in providing compliance advice and for their most sensitive election law compliance and enforcement matters.

The firm regularly defends individual persons  and political clients in Election matters before the courts of law and Tribunals specially constituted for Election matters.

In addition to our high-profile enforcement practice, we advise numerous  political party committees,  candidates,  and high net-worth individuals concerning compliance with the increasingly complex array of laws governing the political process.

To help our clients keep out of harm’s way, we provide a range of compliance services, including:

  • Forming political parties, and advice concerning governance and compliance.
  • Drafting and implementation of organization-wide political law compliance programs and policies.
  • Representing the clients before the Election Commission.
  • Filing and proceeding cases before Election Tribunal.
  • Representing Clients before Honourable High Courts and Supreme Court of Pakistan.

We have extensive experience conducting sensitive and highly confidential advices. Our counseling of clients is greatly informed by our deep enforcement and litigation expertise in political law matters.


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Election and Political Law

Definitions Pakistan Election Laws 2017

Definitions.— In this Act, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,—
(i) “aalim” means a Muslim scholar who—
(a) holds a degree or a sanad requiring conclusion of at least sixteen years of education recognized by the Higher Education Commission; and
(b) has at least twenty years’ experience as a teacher or researcher in fields relating to the principles and philosophy of Islam and Islamic law;
(ii) “applicable local government law” means an Act of Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) or of a Provincial Assembly for establishment of a local government and includes an Ordinance;
(iii) “Article” means Article of the Constitution;
(iv) “Assembly” means the National Assembly or a Provincial Assembly;
(v) “asset” means any property owned or held by a candidate or a Member;
(vi) “bye-election” means an election to fill a casual vacancy;
(vii) “candidate” means a person proposed and seconded as a candidate for, or seeking, election as a Member;
(viii) “Code” means the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 (Act V of 1898);
(ix) “Commission” means the Election Commission of Pakistan constituted under Article 218;
(x) “Commissioner” means the Chief Election Commissioner appointed under Article 213 and includes an Acting Chief Election Commissioner appointed under Article 217;
(xi) “constituency” means a constituency delimited under this Act;
(xii) “Constitution” means the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan;
(xiii) “contesting candidate” means a validly nominated candidate who has not withdrawn his candidature;
(xiv) “election agent” means a person appointed by a candidate as hiselection agent under this Act, and, where no such appointment is made, the candidate acting as his own election agent;
(xv) “election expenses” means any expenditure incurred before, during and after an election or payment made, whether by way of gift, loan, advance, deposit or otherwise, for the arrangement, conduct or benefit of, or in connection with or incidental to the election of a candidate, including the expenditure on account of issuing circulars or publications but does not include the deposit made under section 61 or section 111;
(xvi) “electoral area” means—
(a) in rural areas, a village or a census block;
(b) in urban areas,—
I. where there is a municipal ward or census block, such ward or census block;
II. where there is no municipal ward or a census block, a well-defined Mohallah or a street;
III. where the ward or census block, Mohallah or street is too big, a well defined part thereof:
Provided that a census block shall not be divided except in exceptional
circumstances for reasons to be recorded;
(c) such other area as may be determined by the Commission;
(xvii) “election observer” means a person authorized by the Commission to observe the conduct of an election;
(xviii) “election official” includes an officer or official of the Commission, a District Returning Officer, a Returning Officer, an Assistant Returning Officer, a Presiding Officer, an Assistant Presiding Officer, a Polling Officer or any officer or official of law enforcing agency or other agencies or any other official appointed or deputed to perform duties in connection with an election;
(xix) “Election Programme” means an Election Programme notified by the Commission under this Act;
(xx) “electoral roll” means an electoral roll prepared, revised or corrected under this Act and includes the electoral rolls prepared under the Electoral Rolls Act 1974 (XXI of 1974), existing immediately before the commencement of this Act;
(xxi) “Form” meansa Form appended to this Act;
(xxii) “Government” means the Federal Government and ‘any Government’ means the Federal Government, a Provincial Government or a local government;
(xxiii) “government dues and utility expenses”include rent, charges of rest houses or lodges or other accommodation owned by any Government or a body owned or controlled by any Government but shall not include the government dues and utility expenses the recovery of which has been stayed by any order of a court; or tribunal;
(xxiv) “loan”, means any loan, advance, credit or finance obtained or written off on or after 31st December, 1985 but shall not include the loan the recovery of which has been stayed by a court or tribunal;
(xxv) “local government” means a local government, by whatever name called, established by law;
(xxvi) “Member” means member of an Assembly, the Senate or a local government;
(xxvii) “National Database and Registration Authority” means the National Database and Registration Authority constituted under the National Database and Registration Authority Ordinance, 2000 (VIII of 2000);
(xxviii) “political party” means an association of citizens or a combination or group of such associations formed with a view to propagating or influencing political opinion and participating in elections for any elective public office or for membership of a legislative body, including an Assembly, the Senate, or local government;
(xxix) “population” means the population in accordance with the last preceding census officially published;
(xxx) “prescribed” means prescribed by the Rules;
(xxxi) “Presiding Officer” means a Presiding Officer appointed under this Act for a polling station and includes an Assistant Presiding Officer performing the functions of a Presiding Officer;
(xxxii) “provisional” means unofficial and not final;
(xxxiii) “Registration Officer” means a Registration Officer appointed under this Act and includes an Assistant Registration Officer performing the functions of a Registration Officer;
(xxxiv) “returned candidate” means a candidate who has been declared elected as a Member under this Act;
(xxxv) “Revising Authority” means a person appointed under this Act to hear and dispose of claims and objections and applications for corrections relating to the electoral rolls;
(xxxvi) “Rules” means rules made under this Act;
(xxxvii) “section” means a section of this Act;
(xxxviii) “tax” includes a tax levied by any Government, but shall not include taxes the recovery of which has been stayed by a court or tribunal;
(xxxix) “technocrat” means a person who—
(a) holds a degree requiring conclusion of at least sixteen years of education recognized by the Higher Education Commission; and
(b) has at least twenty years of experience including a record of achievement at the national or international level;
(xl) “validly nominated candidate” means a candidate whose nomination paper has been accepted; and
(xli) “voter” means—
(a) in relation to an Assembly or a local government, a person who is enrolled as a voter on the electoral roll of any electoral area in a constituency; and
(b) in relation to the Senate, a person who—
I. for election to a seat from a Province, is a Member of the Provincial Assembly;
II. for election to seats from the Islamabad Capital Territory, is a Member of the
National Assembly; and
III. for election to a seat from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, is a
Member of the National Assembly elected from the Federally Administered
Tribal Areas.

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Enforcement of Foreign Judgement & Decree in Pakistan

Enforcement Foreign Judgement Decree Pakistan KarachiEnforcement of Foreign Judgement in Pakistan. The Section 44.A. describes the procedure for enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Pakistan, which is reproduced as under :-

(1) Where a certified copy of a decree of any of the superior Courts of the United Kingdom or any reciprocating territory has been filed in a District Court, the decree may be executed in [Pakistan] as if it had been passed by the District Court.

(2) Together with the certified copy of the decree shall be filed a certificate from such superior Court stating the extent, if any, to which the decree has been satisfied or adjusted and such certificate shall, for the purposes of proceedings under this section, be conclusive proof of the extent of such satisfaction or adjustment.

(3) The provisions of section 47 shall as from the filing of the certified copy of the decree apply to the proceedings of a District Court executing a decree under this section, and the District Court shall refuse execution of any such decree, if it is shown to the satisfaction of the Court that the decree falls within any of the exceptions specified in clauses (a) to (f) of section 13.

Explanation 1.-“Superior Court” with’ reference to the United Kingdom, means the High Court in England, the Court of Session in Scotland, the High Court in Northern Ireland, the Court of Chancery of the County Palatine of Lancaster and the Court of Chancery of the County Palatine of Durham.

Explanation 2.-“Reciprocating territory” means 1[the United Kingdom and such other country or territory as] the 3[Central Government) may, from time to time, by notification in the 3[official Gazette], declare [to be reciprocating territory for the purposes of this section; and “superior Courts”, with reference to any such territory, means such Courts as may be specified in the said notification.

Explanation 3.-.”Decree”, with reference to a superior Court, means any decree or judgment of such Court under which a sum of money is payable, not being a sum payable in respect of taxes or other charges of a like nature or in respect of a fine or other penalty, and

(a) With reference to superior Courts in the United Kingdom, includes judgments given and decrees made in any Court in appeals against , such decrees or judgments, but

(b) In no case includes an arbitration award, even if such award is enforceable as a decree or judgment.

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Employment

The Civil Servants Act, 1973

The Civil Servants Act, 1973 is an Act to regulate the appointment of persons to, and the terms and conditions of service of persons in, the service of Pakistan.

Appointments to an All-Pakistan Service or to a civil service of the Federation or to a civil post in connection with the affairs of the Federation, including any civil post connected with defence, shall be made in the prescribed manner by the President or by a person authorised by the President in that behalf.

An initial appointment to a service or post not being an ad hoc appointment, shall be on probation as may be prescribed. Any appointment of a civil servant by promotion or transfer to a service or post may also be made in probation as may be prescribed.
Where, in respect of any service or post, the satisfactory completion of probation includes the passing of a prescribed examination, test or course or successful completion of any training, a person appointed on probation to such service or post who, before the expiry of the original or extended period of his probation has failed to pass such examination or test or to successfully complete course or the training shall, except as may be prescribed otherwise,–
(a) if he was appointed to such service or post by initial recruitment, be discharged ; or
(b) if he was appointed to such service or post by promotion or transfer, be reverted to the service or post from which he was promoted or transferred and against which he holds a lien or, if there be no such service or post, be discharged

A person appointed on probation shall, on satisfactory completion of his probation, be eligible for confirmation in a service or, as the case may be, a post as may be prescribed.

A civil servant promoted to a post on regular basis shall be eligible for confirmation after rendering satisfactory service for the period prescribed for confirmation therein.
For proper administration of a service, cadre or [post] the appointing authority shall cause a seniority list of the members for the time being of such service, cadre or [post] to be prepared, but nothing herein contained shall be construed to confer any vested right to a particular seniority in such service, cadre or [post], as the case may be.
The seniority of a civil servant shall be reckoned in relation to other civil servants belonging to the same [service or cadre] whether serving in the same department or office or not, as may be prescribed. Seniority on initial appointment to a service, cadre or post shall be determined as may be prescribed. Seniority in [a post, service or cadre] to which a civil servant is promoted shall take effect from the date of regular appointment to that post:
Provided that civil servants who are selected for promotion to a higher [post] in one batch shall, on their promotion to the higher [post]. retain their inter se seniority as in the lower [post].

A civil servant possessing such minimum qualifications as may be prescribed shall be eligible for promotion to a [higher] post for the time being reserved under the rules for departmental promotion in the service or cadre to which he belongs.
(2) A post referred to in sub-section (1) may either be a selection post or a non selection post to which promotions shall be made as may be prescribed-
(i) in the case of a selection post, on the basis of selection on merit; and
(ii) in the case of a non-selection post, on the basis of seniority-cum-fitness.

Every civil servant is to be liable to serve any where within or outside Pakistan, in any post under the Federal Government, or any Provincial Government or local authority, or a corporation or body set up or established by any such Government. Provided that nothing contained in this section shall apply to a civil servant recruited specifically to serve in a particular area or region :

The service of a civil servant may be terminated without notice-
(i) during the initial or extended period of his probation :
Provided that, where such civil servant is appointed by promotion on probation or, as the case may be, is transferred from one [service], cadre or post to another [service] cadre or post, his service shall not be so terminated so long as he holds a lien against his former post in such [service] cadre or post but he shall be reverted to his former [service], cadre or post as the case may be;
(ii) on the expiry of the initial or extended period of his employment; or
(iii) if the appointment is made ad hoc terminable on the appointment of a person on the recommendation of the selection authority, on the appointment of such person.
(2) Where, on the abolition of a post or reduction in the number of posts in a cadre or [service] the services of a civil servant are required to be terminated, the person whose services are terminated shall ordinarily he the one who is the most junior in such cadre or service.
(3) notwithstanding the provisions of sub-section (1), but subject to the provisions of sub-section (2), the service of a civil servant in temporary employment or appointed ad hoc shall be liable to termination on fourteen days” notice or pay in lieu thereof.
 

A civil servant shall retire from service on the completion of the sixtieth year of his age.

A retired civil servant shall not be re-employed under the Federal Government, unless such re-employment is necessary in the public interest and is made with the prior approval of the authority next above the appointing authority :
Provided that, where the appointing authority is the President, such re-employment may be ordered with the approval of the President.
(2) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Ex-Government Servants (Employment with Foreign Governments) (Prohibition) Act, 1966 (XII of 1966), a civil servant may, during leave preparatory to retirement, or after retirement from Government service, seek any private employment:
Provided that, where employment is sought by a civil servant while on leave preparatory to retirement or within two years of the date of his retirement, he shall obtain the prior approval of the prescribed authority.

Where a right to prefer an appeal or apply for review in respect of any order relating to the terms and conditions of his service is provided to a civil servant under any rules applicable to him.such appeal or application shall, except as may be otherwise prescribed be made within thirty days of the date of such order.
(2) Where no provision for appeal or review exists under the rules in respect of any order or class of orders, a civil servant aggrieved by any such order -nay. within thirty days of the communication to him of such order, make a representation against it to the authority next above the authority which made the order:
Provided that no representation shall lie on matters relating to the determination of fitness of a person to hold a particular post or to be promoted to a higher post or grade.

 

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Karachi Office

Office # E-26, Executive Floor,
Glass Tower,
Khayaban-e-Iqbal (Clifton Road),
Teen Talwar, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh,
Pakistan.

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Law Firm based in Karachi and Islamabad having well experienced Advocates and Lawyers in the fields of Civil Service and Employment Law.
E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: 03212057582