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Sales Tax Law in Pakistan

Sales Tax Pakistan Overview Sales Tax was a provincial subject at the time of partition. It was being administered in the provinces of Punjab & Sindh as provincial levy. Sales tax was declared a federal subject in 1948 through the enactment of General Sales Tax Act, 1948 and in 1952, this levy was transferred permanently...
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Energy Law in Pakistan

Energy law is the category of law encompassing usable power (as heat or electricity) and the resources for producing such power. Federal energy laws and regulations are designed to provide affordable energy by sustaining competitive markets, while protecting the economic, environmental, and security interests of Pakistan. Issues associated with Energy Law include: • Bio-energy •...
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Defamation laws in Pakistan

The term defamation is defined as “Holding up to a person to ridicule, scorn or contempt in a respectable and considerable part of the community; may be criminal as well as civil. Includes both libel and slander. Defamation is that which tends to injure reputation; to diminish the esteem, respect, goodwill or confidence in which...
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Civil Litigation Law in Pakistan

COMMON LAW OR CIVIL LAW IN PAKISTAN. LAW APPLICABLE!! There is a fine distinction between Civil Law and Common Law, however the same are used interchangeably in Pakistan and most countries of the World. Pakistan was a colony of the British Empire pre partition therefore, Common law systems were inherited by Pakistan which places greater...
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Child Adoption in Islam and Law

ADOPTION: SHARIAH AND LAW By Dr. M. Aslam Khaki, Juris-consult Federal Shariat Court, Pakistan ABSTRACT A sizable literature has been developed on the recognition or otherwise of the adoption in Islam. The said literature has instead of clarifying the position has further confused the situation. This paper attempts to clarify the position by precisely elaborating...
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