Property Lawyers in Lahore and Relief:
To avail any relief regarding the property please contact the best property lawyers in Lahore among the best law firms in Lahore Nazia Law Associates. The suit filed to challenge demarcation of property settlement authorities after issuance of P. T. D. is maintainable. The ultimate decision reached by forum under hierarchy of settlement department, not open to challenge. The suit for declaration filed by property lawyers in Lahore through the best law firms in Lahore that marriage between the Hindu married wife and Hindu member stood dissolved after the plaintiff's conversion to Islam is maintainable. The mutawalli claiming adverse possession to trust property. Plaintiff applies to D. C. for sanction for suit under Section 92. C. F. C. Order that the plaintiff should sue for declaration, plaintiff accordingly suing him for declaration, suit was tenable.
The Declaratory Suit Qua Claim to Property:
The declaratory suit qua claim to property under a revocable contract is not maintainable. The appellant suit for declaration and injunction was barred under Section 10 of the Federal Government Land & Buildings (Recovery of Possession) Ordinance, 1965. Suit for declaration filed by property lawyers in Lahore through the best law firms in Lahore that defendants were not legally entitled to cancel the contract with prayer that defendant were not legally entitled to cancel the contract with prayer, that defendants be permanently restrained from completing the work of contract is competent.
Formerly it was the practice by property lawyers in Lahore through the best law firms in Lahore in the Court of Chancery not to make declaratory orders urn-accompanied by any other relief. But in exceptional cases the Court of Chancery allowed the subject to sue the Crown through the Attorney-General and gave declaratory judgments in favour of the subject even in cases where it could not give full effect to its declaration. In 1852, the Court of Chancery Procedure Act was enacted and it was provided by Section 50 of that Act that no suit should be open to objection on the ground that a merely declaratory decree or order was sought thereby and it would be lawful for the Court to make binding declarations of right without consequential relief. By Section 19 of Act, VI of 1954, Section 50 of the Chancery Procedure Act was transplanted to India and made applicable to the Supreme Courts.
Property Cases Procedure in Court in Pakistan:
With regard to Courts other than the Courts established by Charters, the procedure was codified in India for the first time by the Civil Procedure Code, 1859, where the form of remedy under Section 19 of Act, VI of 1854 was incorporated as Section 15 of that Act. In 1862, the provisions of the Civil Procedure Code of 1859 were extended to the Courts established by Charters when the Supreme Courts were abolished and the present High Courts were established. In 1877 the Civil Procedure Codes 1859 was repeated and the Civil Procedure Code of 1877 was enacted. The provisions regarding declaratory relief was transferred to Section 42 of the Specific relief Act which was passed in the same year. Section 42 of the Specific Relief Act is not exhaustive of the cases in which a declaratory decree may be made and the Courts have the power to grant such a decree independently of the requirements of the section. Property lawyers in Lahore through the best law firms in Lahore can file your cases regarding the property. In Our Law Firm in Lahore, we have many Expert and Senior Lawyer who are work on the Property cases in all over the Pakistan.