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The Right Of Lien And Right Of Retention Laws In Pakistan

By |11:40 am|Categories: Commercial Law|Tags: , , |

The right of lien and right of retention are two different security terms, yet they seem to be written together in many contracts. According to the law, a lien is the legal right of a [...]

All You Need to Know About Foreign Investments in Pakistan

By |7:17 pm|Categories: Corporate Law|Tags: , , |

Pakistan’s corporate and investment laws officially allow the sectors of the national economy to have total equity of wholly-owned subsidiaries that too with 100% repatriation rights transmittable through any commercial bank. For property and currency-related [...]

Civil Service Laws

By |2:53 pm|Categories: Employment Law|Tags: , |

Civil Service Laws “Civil service” refers to the body of government officials who are employed in civil occupations that are neither political nor judicial. A well-functioning Civil Service helps foster good policy making, effective service [...]

Dishonouring of Cheque

By |2:50 pm|Categories: Criminal Law|Tags: , |

Dishonoring of Cheque or Cheque Bounce : FAQs What are the conditions that make the dishonouring of a cheque an offence in Pakistan? When cheque is issued dishonestly by one person to the other. In [...]

Registration of Foreign Companies in Pakistan

By |1:00 pm|Categories: Company Registration|Tags: , |

Registration of Foreign Companies in Pakistan Law governing registration of foreign companies in Pakistan Foreign companies are subject to the requirements of Sections 434 to 443 of the Companies Act, 2017 [“Act”]. In this behalf, [...]

Creation and Registration of Trust under Trust Laws of Pakistan

By |3:41 pm|Categories: Commercial Law|Tags: , |

Law of Trust in Pakistan The Trusts Act 1882 (the “Act”) provides the law related to trusts in Pakistan. A trust under the Act may be created for any lawful purpose by a person competent [...]

Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) Pakistan

By |2:04 pm|Categories: Commercial Law|Tags: , |

Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) Pakistan was established in 2002 to regulate all procurements of goods, services and works in the public sector.  Tasked to build and strengthen capacity, to develop a uniform, modern, transparent and [...]

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