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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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Property Law

CANTONMENTS RENT RESTRICTION ACT, 1963

Cantonments Rent Restriction Act, 1963 is an Act to make provisions for the control of rent class of buildings within the limits of the cantonment areas and for the eviction of tenants there from. It is expedient to make provision for the control of rents of certain class of buildings within the limits of the cantonment areas, for the eviction of tenants therefrom.

As per definations in the Cantoment Rent Restriction Act, 1963 ‘building’ means any building or part of a building, whether residential or not, together with all fittings and fixtures therein, if any, and includes any gardens, grounds, garages and outhouses attached or appurtenant to such building or part, and vacant land, but does not include any place of religious worship;to.

 

The provisions the of the Cantonments Rent Restriction Act and any rule or order made thereunder shall have effect notwithstanding anything inconsistent therewith contained in any other law for the time being in force, or in any instrument or document.

Every application under the Cantonments Rent Restriction Ac shall be filed with the Controller who shall either hear it himself or assign it to an Additional Controller for hearing and disposal.

 

The Controller shall, on an application by the tenant or landlord of building, fix fair rent for such building after holding such enquiry as he may think fit. The fair rent shall be fixed after taking into consideration the factors i.e.  the rent of the same building or similar accommodation in similar circumstances prevailing in the locality at the time of, and during the period of twelve months prior to the date of, the making of the application. In some cases the rise, if any, in the cost of construction and of the repair and maintenance charges as well as changes in the existing taxes after the commencement of the tenancy; and the rental value of the building as entered in the latest assessment list of the Cantonment Board as proposed under Section 72 of the Cantonments Act, 1924 (II of 1924).
The fair rent fixed shall be payable by the tenant from the date to be fixed by the Controller which shall not be earlier than the date of filing of the application.

Every dispute between a landlord and his tenant relating to the increase of rent shall be decided by the Controller. Provided that the Controller shall in no case allow any increase beyond seven and a half per centum of the cost of the addition, improvement or alteration made in the building or, beyond the amount of the additional tax payable by the landlord, as the case may be.

No landlord shall, without just or sufficient cause cut off or withhold any of the amenities enjoyed by the tenant. A tenant in occupation of a building may, if the landlord has contravened the provisions of this section, make an application to the Controller complaining of such contravention. If the Controller, on inquiry finds that the tenant has been in enjoyment of the amenities and that they were cut off or withheld by the landlord without just or sufficient cause, he shall make an order directing the landlord to restore such amenities, or authorising the tenant to provide the same and to incur such expense thereon as the Controller may specify, and any sum so spent by the tenant shall be adjustable against the rent payable by the tenant in respect of that building.

After the commencement of the Cantonments Rent Restriction Act, no tenant, whether before or after termination of his tenancy, shall be evicted from the building in his possession or occupation in execution of a decree passed after such commencement, except in accordance with the provisions of this section. A landlord who seeks to evict his tenant shall apply to the Controller for an order in that behalf, and the Controller may, after giving the tenant a reasonable opportunity of showing cause against the application, make on order directing the tenant to put the landlord in possession, if he is satisfied that the tenant has not paid or tendered the rent to the landlord within fifteen days of the expiry of the time fixed in the agreement of tenancy for payment of rent, or in the absence of such agreement, within sixty days following the period for which the rent is due; or any other order as he deems fit as per law.

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Telephone: 0321-2057582

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Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad.

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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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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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Telephone: 0321-2057582

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Law Firm based in Karachi and Islamabad having well experienced Advocates and Lawyers in the fields of Company & Corporate Law.
E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
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Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad. The Registry of the Supreme Court is also at Karachi.


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Woman Lawyer practicing for Women rights, Divorce and Family Law in Karachi Pakistan

Woman Lawyer practising for Women rights, Divorce and Family Law in Karachi Pakistan.

Mrs. Nusrat Irfan, Advocate is Woman Lawyer in the Karachi dealing with divorce, wife rights, child support, wife support, family law, human rights, and Women rights. She has participated in many TV talk shows and seminars arranged by NGOs relating to woman rights.

She passed her LL.B. from Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education in year 2005. She is Advocate High Court actively practising in Family Law and Women Rights matters.

She stands out as one of only a handful Lawyers in the Karachi that sponsors a practice devoted to human rights and Women rights.  She represents individuals who were victims of domestic violence, and other matrimonial issues.

As the head of the Family Law practice, is a leader in the field of Divorce, Child custody, wife and child support. As a Female Lawyer, she has provided maximum legal assistance of deserving women.

Her performance as Family Law and Women rights Advocate has been highly recognized and appreciated for her dedication and success in litigation.

We do not run any fund raising program regularly, but  International and Local Donor agencies are always welcome for starting Human Rights and Woman rights Projects with our collaboration. We are not a N.G.O. (Non Government Organization) but we have dealt many divorce and human rights cases for deserving woman in Karachi, Pakistan without Professional Fees as a Sadqa and Zakkat .

 

Feel Free to Contact Us for detailed Free consultation.

Telephone: +92 321-2057582

Email : nusrat@irfanlaw.com

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Very soon we are opening our branch office in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, if you are any suggestion for location,  we will be thankful for any helpful comment.

 

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PK
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Lawyers and Advocates of our Law Firm at Thatta Sindh Pakistan

The Lawyers &  Advocates of Law Firm at Thatta are well trained in the Property Law, Criminal Law, Corporate Law, Family & Divorce Law and Civil Litigations.

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates is a truly law firm, uniquely positioned to help our clients achieve their ambitions in today’s world. Our Office at Thatta, caters need of our clients based in Thatta.

As a pioneering law firm, our expertise and diverse team of well qualified lawyers consistently deliver results for our clients at Thatta.

In both established and emerging markets, our lawyers are integral, long-standing members of the community, giving our clients insights into the local business environment.

We work with some of the world’s most respected and well-established banks and businesses, as well as start-up visionaries, governments and state-owned entities. Our Team of Advocates and Lawyers at Thatta provide services in following fields of law:-

Civil / Property Litigation

Corporate Law

Criminal Law Litigation

Banking Law Litigation

Bankruptcy or insolvency

Child support or maintenance

Child custody

Court marriage

Divorce & Khula

Family Law matters

Property inheritance matters.

 

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E-26, Glass Tower, Clifton
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +92 321 205 7582


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Human Rights

International Human rights Law

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates stands out as one of only a handful of firms in the country that sponsors a practice devoted to vindicating human rights.

The Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates Human Rights practice represents individuals who were victims of torture, human trafficking, forced and slave labor, sexual violence, and other violations of international law.  Much of the Human Rights practice work is pro bono.

Irfan Mir Halepota, the head of the Human Rights practice group, is a leader in the field of international human rights law. Mr. Irfan Mir is recognized as one of the Leading Lawyers in Pakistan and recognized for his socially significant legal accomplishments were extraordinary or precedent-setting and in the public interest.

We group can be found at the front lines of nearly every major legal battle involving international human rights in the Pakistan.  Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates was one of the first firms to file in a number of landmark human rights cases.

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associate’s Human Rights practice has been recognized repeatedly for its dedication to and success in international human rights litigation.

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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.

Irfan Mir Halepota & Associates

Karachi Office

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

Telephone No.  +92-21-35642634
Mobile Phone No. +92-321-2057582
Mobile Phone No. +92-300-8233580

Email: info@irfanlaw.com
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You can Contact Us for detailed consultation.

Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Telephone: 0321-2057582

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

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E-26, Glass Tower, Clifton
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +92 321 205 7582


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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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Property Law

Property Law in Karachi Pakistan

Top Law Firms in Karachi PakistanOur Law Firm provide the property legal services to valued clients from the purchase of the property to disposal of the property. This law

01. Sale Deed Conveyance Deed in Karachi Pakistan

02. All kinds of property Deeds in Karachi Pakistan

03. Surrender Transfer and Relinquishment Deed in Karachi Pakistan

04. Mutation of the Property in Karachi Pakistan

05. Lease and sub-Lease of the property in Karachi Pakistan

06. Inheritance transfer and share division of the property in Karachi Pakistan

07. Succession and Letter of Administration in Karachi Pakistan

08. Possession and Declaration of the Title of the Property in Karachi Pakistan

09. Injunction of the suit in Karachi Pakistan

10. Property Documentation in Karachi Pakistan

11. Sale and Purchase of the Property agreements/Deeds in Karachi Pakistan

12. Registration of the Deed before sub-Registrar in Karachi Pakistan

13. Illegal Dispossession in Karachi Pakistan

14. Tenancy Agreement in Karachi Pakistan

15. Housing society Transfer mutations in Karachi Pakistan

16. Property Tax in Karachi Pakistan

Our Office is based in Clifton, easily reachable from all parts of Karachi, including Defence and other Areas.

Recently the largest property deals are being made in Bahria Town Projects in Karachi Pakistan.

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E-26, Executive Floor, Glass Tower, Clifton,
Karachi, Sindh
PK
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