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Best Patent & Trademark Law Firm in Karachi Pakistan

TrademarkIrfan Mir Halepota & Associates is one of the largest and most diversified intellectual property law firms in Pakistan, based in Karachi. Legal Services are been provided since 2003 to the local and Pakistani leading organization for registration of Trademark, Patents, copyrights.

Law FirmWe have been providing intellectual property solutions for our Pakistani and global clients since 2003. As a full service Intellectual Property Law Firm in Karachi, Pakistan, we cover all of our clients’ intellectual property needs, from litigation, prosecution, licensing and counselling services relating to patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets, to unfair business and unfair trade practices.

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Family Law

Woman right get divorce by way of khula in Karachi Pakistan

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.

Q. What grounds are available to a wife to get Divorce according to Laws of Pakistan?
A: As per Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act a woman shall be entitled to obtain a decree for the dissolution of her marriage on any one or more of the following grounds:

Whereabouts of the husband not known for four years; Husband has neglected or failed to provide maintenance; Husband has sentenced to imprisonment for a period of seven years or upwards; Husband failed to perform marital obligations for a period of three years; Husband was impotent at the time of marriage; Husband has been insane for two years; She was married when she was minor; Husband treats with cruelty; Leads an infamous life; Attempts to force her immoral life; Venereal disease; Incurable form of leprosy; Disposes of her property; Obstructs her in observance of her religious practice; If she cannot live with the husband within the limitation imposed by the Almighty Allah.

Beside above, there are also other grounds available to wife for the dissolution of marriages under Muslim Law.

Q. What is the procedure to obtain “Khula” (dissolution of marriage) in Pakistan?
A: If wife is not delegated the right of divorce in her nikanama (marriage contract form) then she would apply for khula in the court. When the wife files a suit for dissolution of marriage the court issues notice to the opposite party i.e. the husband and if he fails to appear after the due process of posting and publication the court can proceed with the case ex-parte and pass a decree. In case where the husband or his representative appear he is required to file a written statement following which the court has to fix a date for pre-trial proceedings for reconciliation. If reconciliation fails court will pass decree for dissolution of marriage.

Q. After obtaining khula decree from the court is dissolution of marriage is complete?
A: No, after obtaining Khula decree from the court you need to file an application before the Chairman Arbitration Council/Union Council of your jurisdiction for obtaining dissolution of marriage certificate.

 

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


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Intellectual Property

Trademark Registration Charges in Pakistan

 

Top Law Firms in Karachi PakistanDetails of Professional Fees (including Official Fees) for filing Trademarks in Pakistan  for International Clients and Law Firms.

We are offering special discounted Fees offer for International Clients as under :-

Pakistani Local Clients can email for details of Fees in Pakistani Rupees.

 

Search fee One class:

Search fee USD 80.00

Delivery within 5 working days.

 

Filling and Registration fee including Official Fees One class (straight forward case) Word Mark or Logo:

Trademark application Filling fee  USD 140.00

(Estimated Process Duration: 10 months)

Trademark Registration Certificate fee USD 180.00

(Estimated Timeline: 15 business days to get Registration Certificate)

 

 

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Telephone: 0092 321 205 7582

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Note: Prices include all legal and professional fees. Our Charges could have variations during the registration process only in case of changes concerning the Official Fees or exchange rates. Charges do not include legal defenses in case of oppositions or objections.

Timeframe of the trademark registration process is only an estimate and it may vary considerably if any objections and/or oppositions are presented, or other events occur during the trademark registration process.

Prosecution

Reply to overcome office objections 150
Communicating and Reporting official objections / citation and advising 50
Late filing of documents 25
Arguments on classification 60
Arguments on services 60
Attending each hearing in disputed cases 50
Publication charges of a mark application in the Official Gazette 75
Obtaining a certified copy of a trademark 50

Renewal & Restoration

Renewal of trademark or service mark registration in one class for 10 years 125
Restoration of a removed mark 75

Assignment & License

Recording assignment within six month of the grace period 175
Recording assignment after 6 months of the grace period 200
Recording merger within six month of the grace period 175
Each other trademark in the same document 75
Recording merger after six month of the grace period 200
Each other trademark in the same document 75
Preparing assignment deed 75
Recording a change of the owner’s name against a registered mark 30
Recording a change of owner’s name for each additional mark in the same document 80
Recording a change of owner’s address against a registered mark 80
Recording a change of owner’s address for each additional mark in the same document 40
Preparing a license agreement 500
Preparing a statutory declaration 75
Recording a license for each additional mark in the same document 100
Amending a license agreement 100
Cancellation of license (per registration) 75
Opposition & Rectification
Drafting and filing of Interlocutory Petition 250
Applying for extension of time request 40
Drafting and filing of Notice of Opposition 500
Preparing Affidavit in Evidence alongwith evidence 600
Hearing on merits (each hearing)   50
Filing a Notice of Rectification (Before Registrar) 1000
Patents
Search for a patent 150
Filing patent application up to 40 pages and 20 claims 250
Fees for each additional page of specification beyond 40 pages  2
Fees for each additional claim beyond 20 claims 4
Reporting official action 60
Reporting of primary action 60
Amendment to the Application upon the Patent’s office objection 75
Claiming convention priority 40
Reporting acceptance 25
Reporting publication 25

 

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Law Firm in Pakistan dealing with Commercial, Intellectual Property and Family Laws of Pakistan.
E-26, Glass Tower, Clifton
Karachi, Sindh
PK
Phone: +92 321 205 7582

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Family Law

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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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
Phone: +92 321 205 7582


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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.