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Laws of Business Formation in Pakistan

By |5:13 pm|Categories: Corporate Law|Tags: , , |

Partnership   A partnership is the most common form of business formation in Pakistan. Typically, in most businesses, the mode of partnership is formed where there is a need for flexibility in organizational structures and [...]

The Procedure of Divorce in Pakistan

By |5:08 pm|Categories: Child And Divorce|Tags: , , , , |

The procedure of legal divorce in Pakistan is different for males and females. Males have to file their divorce case in arbitration council whereas females have to file their divorce case, which is called khula, [...]

Difference Between Nikkah and Court Marriage in Pakistan

By |6:55 pm|Categories: Nikkah And Court Marriage|Tags: |

Many people are still confused about the difference between a nikkah and court marriage in Pakistan. Let’s discuss and clear the concept between the two terms: In Pakistan, if a person plans to do court [...]

The Legal Procedures for Installing a Petrol Pump

By |9:58 am|Categories: Commercial Law|Tags: , |

Prior to opening a petrol pump, one must consider its commercial and future potential in the market. Other than that, it is important to take certain factors into consideration. The land and pumps’ location Involving [...]

The Law of Recovery of Advance Payments

By |10:00 am|Categories: Commercial Law|Tags: , , |

In a situation where the case of advance payment is involved, upon breach of contract, the recovery of those payments is dependent whether the party has paid a part of the deposit as a guarantee [...]

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 [...]

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