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Get Dissolution of Marriage With Professional Lawyer Advocate Nazia
 Wilson Taylor  
 30 January 2020  

Suit for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan on the basis of Khula, recovery of dowry articles, maintenance, gold ornaments and dower amounting to Rs.50, 000 was filed by wife in court. Petitioner instead of filing appeal against the impugned judgment and decree passed by Judge Family Court before Appellate Court had directly challenged the same in Constitutional petition before High Court. Petitioner had remedy under the law to file appeal against the impugned judgment and decree passed by Judge Family Court before District Judge in case of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan but instead of availing his remedy, before the proper forum, he had directly challenged the same before High Court through Constitutional petition. Petitioner had not asserted to the legal course. High Court dismissed Constitutional petition being not maintainable. There is bar on appeal against interim order in case of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan. Section 14(3) of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 barred appeal against an interim order passed by a Family Court.  Bar on appeal from decree of Family Court.About Rate of Maintenance:Appellate Court enhanced rate of maintenance upon trial Court decreed the suit by appeal filed by plaintiff. Defendant contended that judgment of the Appellate Court was result of wrongful exercise of jurisdiction as S. 14(2) (c) of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 barred appeal from a decree passed by a Family Court awarding maintenance of Rs.1000 or less per month. Barring clause of S. 14 of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 operated where decree of maintenance was challenged to disentitle the decree-holder or reduce the rate of maintenance the allowance and the same was not applicable to appeals for enhancement of maintenance.Father was Legally Bound to maintain his Children:Defendant's objection to maintainability of appeal was, therefore, misconceived. Strong financial position of defendant had been proved by his gifts to his second wife. Even otherwise, father was legally bound to maintain his children. Appellate Court rightly enhanced the rate of maintenance. Constitutional petition was dismissed accordingly.  7. No appeal or revision was competent against interlocutory order. No appeal or revision was competent against interlocutory order of Family Court under S. 14(3) of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 in dissolution of marriage in Pakistan. A decree was passed for dissolution of marriage the husband's suit for restitution of conjugal rights was dismissed simultaneously.More about Dissolution of Marriage:No appeal being competent from decree of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan. This decree becomes conclusive. It was held that District Judge was justified in refusing to proceed with husband's appeal against dismissal of his suit for restitution of conjugal rights. Dissolution of marriage. Appeal filed by wife. Dismissed earlier in default as neither appellant wife nor her counsel appeared on date of hearing of appeal was valid. Appeal filed by wife against judgment and decree of trial Court according to which suit for dissolution of marriage filed by wife against her husband was dismissed earlier in default as neither appellant wife nor her counsel appeared on date of hearing of appeal. Appeal was re-admitted subsequently and re-heard upon application of wife subject to payment of cost and husband agreed to re-admission of appeal and accepted cost. Earlier order dismissing appeal having been passed in absence of wife, re-hearing of appeal of wife, would not amount to review of earlier decision. Husband, who himself had agreed to re-hearing and having received cost, was stopped from re-agitating the matter of re-admission and re-hearing of appeal.

Bhagavad Gita Verse 8.25
 Dhwani Shah  
 7 April 2020  

Mystery Of Death - In Gita Verse 8.25 The mystic who passes away from this world during the smoke, the night, the fortnight of the waning moon, or the six months when the sun passes to the south reaches the moon planet but again comes back.In my Bhagavad Gita Verse 8.24, blog I wrote - Nobody can conceive that a man like Kabir can become a donkey. Wherever he dies, and wherever he lives, and wherever he is, and wherever he will be, he is in heaven.If after reading this verse if we use our little wisdom then we will know that what Krishna is saying is about preparation of death.In this blog I will write about how we can prepare ourselves to die consciously:A way to consciously prepare for dying Voluntarily moving into a sense of dying – and discovering a paradox. When: At night, before going to sleep.Perhaps you recall as a child playing at being a statue, when you remained frozen, absolutely still, hardly daring to breath? This method is similar to that, with the slight difference that you are playing at being dead.While it might remind you of the childhood game of statues, this meditation is valuable in that it enables you to move, on your own accord, into the experience that for many of us holds some fear. By your deliberately and consciously entering the feeling of death you defuse the hold it may have had over you. The paradox is that when you say ‘yes’ to death and voluntarily move into it you will find that your life energy becomes only stronger.Turn off the light, relax the body and for 5 minutes feel that you are dying. Imagine that you cannot move the body – even if you want to move your hand, you can’t. You are immobile…you are no longer alive.Through this 5-minute experience you will feel a totally different quality of life. The body is dead but you are more alive than ever.And when the body is dead, the mind stops thinking – because all thinking is associated with life. The body will be dead and you will just have a pure awareness, like a blue light. You will feel a blue light just near the third eye center, just a small blue flame. That is the purest form of light. And when that blue flame starts being there, fall asleep.After 2-3 months you will be able to ‘die’ within 5 minutes.Your whole night will be transformed into a death meditation, and in the morning you will feel so alive, more than ever before. This death meditation will make you aware that death is an illusion.This is one of the greatest preparations for death. One day death will come: before it comes, be ready to die. You can accept and welcome and go into it with great love. Then death is the door to the divine.Krishna says - The religious man, the mystic, tries to explore the mystery of death. In exploring the mystery of death, he inevitably comes to know what life is, what love is. Those are not his goals. His goal is to penetrate death, because there seems to be nothing more mysterious than death. Love has some mystery because of death, and life also has some mystery because of death.If death disappears there will be no mystery in life. That’s why a dead thing has no mystery in it, a corpse has no mystery in it, because it cannot die anymore. You think it has no mystery because life has disappeared? No, it has no mystery because now it cannot die anymore. Death has disappeared, and with death automatically life disappears. Life is only one of the ways of death’s expression.

Bhagavad Gita Verse 9.20
 Dhwani Shah  
 30 April 2020  

Culmination Of Life - In Gita Verse 9.20 Those who study the Vedas and drink the soma juice, seeking the heavenly planets, worship Me indirectly. Purified of sinful reactions, they take birth on the pious, heavenly planet of Indra, where they enjoy godly delights.Krishna is saying that person who can live in the world but always in remembrance of Death, those only can enjoy godly delights.In my Bhagavad Gita Verse 7.29, blog I wrote A great sage sent his chief disciple to the court of King Janak to learn something which was missing in the young man.Death it not the end of life, it is the culmination of life. It is one of the most beautiful experiences. If you have really loved then only will you experience the beauty of death; if you missed life itself in listening to the sermons in the churches, in reading the Bible, and all kinds of nonsense ... if you have missed life itself you will die in a coma. Before death comes you will become unconscious, so you will miss the experience of death. The people who are living consciously – and that is basic, live consciously every moment. Even while making love, remain conscious and a witness. It is a life… long growth if becoming alert. Then you can die consciously and you can experience death as the ultimate orgasm. It is far bigger than any sexual orgasm. In fact, the difference is not only of quantity, the difference is of quality. It is immeasurable. Living moment to moment, one learns how to die. beautifully, silently, joyously.One is going on another adventure. Unknown – Krishna don’t give any ideas what is going to happen after death, because that is absolutely wrong, destroying. It is like if I loved the movie and I tell you the whole story of the movie, and then tell you that I have brought a ticket for you, go and see. I have destroyed it already; what is the point of seeing it? I give them the ticket, but I don’t tell them what is going to happen. That they have to discover on their own. It is tremendously beautiful because I have lived before and I have died before, and I have died consciously so I know what a beauty it is. It is not the end; it is always a new beginning.Death is the crescendo, the highest peak that life can attain. In the moment of death much is possible. If you have been preparing and preparing, meditating and waiting, then at the moment of death enlightenment is very easily possible – because death and enlightenment are similar. A master, one who is enlightened, can easily make you enlightened at the moment of death. Even before, whenever it happens, you have to be ready to die.What happens in death? Suddenly you are losing your body; suddenly you are losing your mind. Suddenly you feel you are going away from yourself – all that you believe to be yourself. It is painful, because you feel you are going to be drowned into emptiness. You will be nowhere now, because you were always identified with the body and the mind, and you never knew the beyond; you never knew yourself beyond the body and the mind. You got so fixed and obsessed with the periphery that the centre was completely forgotten.In death you have to encounter this fact: that the body is going, now it cannot be retained any more. The mind is leaving you – now you are no more in control of the mind. The ego is dissolving – you cannot even say ’I’. You tremble with fear, on the verge of nothingness. You will be no more. But if you have been preparing, if you have been meditating – and preparation means if you have been making all efforts to use death, to use this abyss of nothingness – rather than being pulled into it you have been getting ready to jump into it, it makes a lot of difference.If you are being pulled into it, grudgingly – you don’t want to go into it and you have been snatched – then it is painful. Much anguish! And the anguish is so intense that you will become unconscious in the moment of death. Then you miss.But if you are ready to jump there is no anguish. If you accept and welcome it, and there is no complaint – rather, you are happy and celebrating that the moment has come, and now I can jump out of this body which is a limitation, can jump out of this body which is a confinement, can jump out of this ego which has always been a suffering – if you can welcome, then there is no need to become unconscious.If you can become accepting, welcoming – what Buddhists call tathata, to accept it, and not only to accept, because the word accept is not very good, deep down some non-acceptance is hidden in it – no, if you welcome, if it is such a celebration, an ecstasy, if it is a benediction, then you need not become unconscious.If it is a benediction, you will become perfectly conscious in that moment. Remember these two things: if you reject, if you say no, you will become totally unconscious; if you accept, welcome, and say yes with your full heart, you will become perfectly conscious. Yes to death makes you perfectly conscious; no to death makes you perfectly unconscious – and these are the two ways of dying. A Buddha dies totally accepting. There is no resistance, no fight between him and death. Death is divine; you die fighting.If a man has been preparing, getting ready, at the moment of death the master can be miraculously helpful. Just a word at the right moment and the flame inside suddenly explodes, you become enlightened – because the moment is such, so intense, you are so concentrated at one point.Krishna says - Those who study the Vedas and drink the soma juice, seeking the heavenly planets, worship Me indirectly - they understand that death is not the opposite of life but part of it, an intrinsic part of it, which can never be separated from it – once you accept death as a friend, suddenly a transformation happens. You are transfigured, your vision now has a new quality in it. Now there is no fight, no war, you are not fighting against anybody, now you can relax, now you can be at home. Once death becomes a friend only then does life become a friend also. This may look paradoxical but it is so, only the appearance is paradoxical. If death is the enemy, then deep down life is also the enemy, because life leads to death.

Bhagavad Gita Verse 9.29
 Dhwani Shah  
 9 May 2020  

Importance Of Mirror - In Gita Verse 9.29 I envy no one, nor am I partial to anyone. I am equal to all. But whoever renders service unto Me in devotion is a friend, is in Me, and I am also a friend to him.Krishna says that I am just mirror. In me you will see your reflections. Reflection of your formless, buddhahood.From Zen monk Rinzai’s life we will understand the Importance Of Mirror.A Zen monk, Rinzai, attained his enlightenment, and the first thing he asked was, “Where is my body? Where has my body gone?” And he began to search. He called his disciples and said, “Go and find out where my body is. I have lost my body.”He had entered the formless. You are also a formless existence, but you know yourself not directly, but from others’ eyes. You know through the mirror. Sometime, while looking in the mirror, close your eyes and then think, meditate: if there was no mirror, how could you have known your face? If there was no mirror, there would have been no face. You do not have a face; mirrors give you faces. Think of a world where there are no mirrors. You are alone – no mirror at all, not even others’ eyes working as mirrors. You are alone on a lonely island; nothing can mirror you. Then will you have any face? Or will you have any body? You cannot have one. You do not have one at all. We know ourselves only through others, and the others can only know the outer form. That is why we become identified with it.Till the time you feel that Krishna is my friend Krishna will also appear to you as a friend. The moment you become formless suddenly you will find that you and Krishna are not separate as any form but you also become whole. Like Rinzai you will not recognize yourself as some identity. But you realize yourself as whole, formless.Krishna is nothing but clarity, transparency. To him, things which are invisible to youare visible. Your potentiality is something very invisible, the mystery of your being. Butto Krishna it is almost an open book; he can read it. And to have such a master, who can read your potentiality and can help you grow according to your potentiality - notaccording to his ideology - is the greatest blessing one can have.Let’s understand how master can see your potentiality from Buddha’s previous life incidence:It reminds me about Gautam Buddha's past life, when he was not yet a buddha, and he heard about a great master who had become enlightened. He went to see, just out of curiosity, what this phenomenon of enlightenment is, and how it makes a difference in a man.He touched the feet of the man, although he had no intention of doing so; but just as he came into his energy field, spontaneously he touched his feet. He wondered why he was touching his feet, because he had not come there to be a disciple. But the very area, the very atmosphere, the very milieu - and something in his heart started ringing a bell, that perhaps he had come close to his home, without any conscious intention.Just spontaneously he touched the feet of the man. It was a miracle to him, because hehad never touched anybody's feet. He was not a man of faith or belief; he was a youngman, and very argumentative. This was a strange act that he had done, but stranger than this was that when he stood up, the master touched his feet.He said, “What are you doing? In the first place, I had no idea, no desire, no intention of touching your feet - but it happened. I was just watching it happening in spite of me.And now you are touching my feet! - I am nobody, I don't know even the ABC ofenlightenment. I have just come here out of curiosity.”The master said, “You may not know what is contained in your seed, but I know. I cansee that one day you are going to become the buddha. Yesterday I was not a buddha,today I am a buddha; today you are not a buddha, tomorrow you will be a buddha. Thissmall time difference does not make any difference.”When Krishna is saying - I am also a friend to him. - He says that I am mirroring to your formless, your buddhahood. When he says that - I envy no one, nor am I partial to anyone - he means that I am mirror to everyone. Whoever comes to me I reflect his buddhahood, formless.At the same time it has to be understood that buddhahood cannot be attained, it is already your nature. If you try to attain it, you will miss it. You have just to relax and see within yourself, and the buddha is already there in its absolute splendor.The use of the word attain means that something has to be done, you have to gosomewhere. There is a possibility of failure - you may succeed, you may not succeed.And attainment is always of the outside world, of the objective world - riches, or fame,or power....But buddhahood is not an attainment. It is simply a remembrance, as if you had forgotten something, and suddenly in a silent relaxed state you remember it.When Krishna is mirroring us we become relaxed and remember our Buddhahood.

Bhagavad Gita Verse 10.10
 Dhwani Shah  
 23 May 2020  

Magic Of Waiting - In Gita Verse 10.10 To those who are constantly devoted to serving Me with love, I give the understanding by which they can come to Me.Krishna says spiritual growth is twofold: we have to call, invoke, search and move, and at the same time we have to prepare ourselves for the event so that when light reaches our door we are not blinded by it. Preparation means we need to learn to wait for the light to reach our door, so that Universe, Krishna can give us understanding, knowing. This is the magic of waiting.There is certainly a deep magic – almost a miracle – when you are in silence, in trust, in love, just waiting.The moments of waiting are moments of meditation. Because you are waiting, expectant, your mind stops functioning. You are so concentrated in your waiting that there is no energy left for the mind that is the secret, the magic.And waiting is only just a taste of the ultimate waiting for truth.The reality is that you are not going anywhere, you are just going to remain here-and-now. Truth and consciousness and bliss are going to come to you. They are going to be your guests.You are the host. All that you need is an open door, waiting, just like one waits for one’s friend, or for one’s beloved, looking far away, as far as the eyes can see, looking towards the faraway horizon, waiting.I am reminded of a Sufi story ... It is not just a story, it is a historical fact. Another great emperor of India was Akbar. Mohammedans pray five times a day and Akbar was very particular. One day he had gone hunting in the forest with all his friends, and they all got lost.Evening was descending, the sun was setting and it was the time to pray. So Akbar stopped under a huge tree, tied his horse to the tree and sat on the ground to do his last prayer of the day. And as he was praying, a woman, a young woman, ran just by his side, giving him such a shock – it seemed as if she was mad or blind – that Akbar fell down. Still, she did not look back.Akbar naturally was very angry. Mohammedans in prayer are very particular nobody should disturb them. It can become a very dangerous thing and for the emperor ... An ordinary village girl, not caring at all, running like mad and hitting the emperor ... The emperor fell down – because Mohammedans pray sitting on their knees, so it is very easy just to push them a little and they will fall down.It is very difficult to push a Buddhist or a Hindu when he is praying, because he is sitting in a lotus posture. It is a very locked posture – you cannot just push him. He is very strong in his posture. But to push the Mohammedan is very easy, howsoever strong he may be – his posture is such, sitting on his knees.Akbar finished his prayer quickly because he wanted to catch hold of the girl. She could not be allowed to do such things. If she could behave with the emperor in such a way, what to say about other people? But he could not figure out – it was getting dark – where she had gone. But he waited, thinking she must come back to the village. He was just outside the village.And finally she came. Akbar stopped her and said, “Do you remember what you have done?”She said, “I don’t remember anything. Do you?”Akbar said, “You seem to be very strange. You don’t understand. You are talking with the emperor of the country.”She said, “I understand, but I don’t remember anything of what you are talking about.”He said, “What am I talking about? I have been praying here and you ran in such a way that you pushed me, and I fell down. You disturbed my prayer!”She said, “Perhaps if you say so, it must have been so, but you have to forgive me. I was going to wait for my lover just on the road which runs through the forest. I wanted to greet him – he is coming after many years – just outside the village. I could not remain sitting in the house and waiting. It is just one mile distant, but he will be waiting, thinking that I must be standing just by the side of a tree where we used to meet when we were young. That’s why I was so much concentrated that I did not know I had committed any mistake. Please forgive me, it must have been committed without my knowing at all.”She was so innocent and tears came to her eyes because she had hurt her own emperor. ”You can give me any punishment, otherwise it will remain heavy on my heart. But just one question before you punish me: you were in prayer – still you were not so much in concentration as I was, because I don’t remember at all. It cannot be that I hit you ... it cannot be one-sided. Your body also must have touched my body, but I don’t remember having seen anybody on the way – praying or falling or anything. I don’t remember that anybody touched my body. So I am puzzled, and I would like to be clear about it. Is your prayer not as strong as as my love?”Akbar remembers it in his autobiography, AKBAR NAMA. He says, “I had to ask forgiveness from that village girl. I have never forgotten her face, and I have never forgotten that my prayer is just formal. If I am lost in my prayer and my love, in my gratitude towards the ultimate, then how can I be aware that somebody has touched me, pushed me, or that my body has fallen? I would not have been aware of anything. But I was aware and that makes it certain that my prayer is just superficial.That girl’s love was far deeper. She was closer to God than I was, although she was not concerned with God at all.” A tremendous statement of understanding ...Krishna says - If you can learn waiting; and if waiting can become your moment-to-moment experience, whenever you are not involved in ordinary things, and you can find time ... Anytime, day or night, just in your bed, sit silently and wait. Wait for the guest.And I promise you, the guest has always come. The waiting has never failed. It has always been an absolute success, but not the success of your ego – it is the success of your humbleness.It is the victory of your being, not the victory of your mind. It is the victory of your silence, of your love. Learn waiting and you have learned all about meditation.

Bhagavad Gita Verse 10.15
 Dhwani Shah  
 27 May 2020  

Dance Of Love - In Gita Verse 10.15 Indeed, You alone know Yourself by Your own internal potency, O Supreme Person, origin of all, Lord of all beings, God of gods, Lord of the universe!Arjuna is saying to Krishna - Your own internal potency…. - by saying he wants to have his own experience so his question regarding Who Krishna is can be dropped.Whenever we ask such questions it shows our eagerness and curiosity to know and experience.To know God there is only one way to know is to know yourself. If the wave knows himself as the wave he knows regarding the ocean, it will not be able to know the vastness of the ocean but the wave will have understanding and knowing of the ocean. He will not know the interiarity, vastness, potency, anything but will definitely have understanding and knowing of the ocean.Even if we know ourselves we will not be able to know the potency of God, but we have understanding and knowing regarding God and his internal potency, by knowing we will surrender and gratitude will arise in us.It is just dissolving, like when a drop falls into the sea and disappears. When a person is ready to fall and be dissolved like that, his ego will disappear immediately – and with the disappearance of the ego the inferiority that is hidden in it will also disappear.As long as you are full of ego you will continue to feel inferior inside. You are not trying to be free of inferiority, you are simply trying to hide it. It is like covering a wound with a beautiful bandage of silk or velvet. Howsoever beautiful and attractive to others those bandages may appear, your wound will not heal because of them. The danger is that the wound may fester into an ulcer by being covered in that way. If it had remained open there would have been a possibility of healing through the sunrays, the fresh air; nature would have helped the healing to happen.You are trying to hide or suppress your inferiority with money, position, knowledge, renunciation. By any means, you want to declare: “I am somebody.” You try to create a feeling of being somebody while inside your real situation is that you are nobody.A religious person has to pass through a death. It means that he has to give up the idea of being somebody – which is unnecessarily imposed from outside – and become ready to be a nobody. The mystery is that whosoever is ready to be a nobody will become one with the whole, whereas one who is trying to become somebody will just shrink more and more. He will never become one with existence.Let go of the pain of being a nobody and accept the feeling of nobodiness with ease – this is the state of a devotee. That is why Yama says, “Who can know better than I?”“By knowing the great, the omnipresent divine, which is bodiless and unchanging within the ever-changing body, the intelligent one becomes free from all sorrow and grief.”“…which is bodiless and unchanging within the ever-changing body…” The body is subject to change, but within this ever-changing body the unchanging is hidden. Here there is a continuous effort to bridge the opposites so that the indivisible can be perceived. Amidst all the changes the unchangeable is hidden; within the mortal the immortal is hidden; amidst all motion is hidden the unmoving. One who knows this eternal, deathless one within knows that no grief and no unhappiness can ever affect him.The whole suffering of man is because he is identified with the changeable. The very meaning of the word changeable is that it will change – and we don’t want it to change. A young person wants his body not to become old, but the body is bound to become old. The old person doesn’t want to die, but the body will die.You are identified and want things to be permanent, but they cannot remain the same. It is as if a person is standing on the bank of a river wanting the river not to flow, and if it flows he will become miserable because his demand has not been fulfilled. Everything is flowing, transitory, but you hold on to transitory things and want to make them permanent. This ends in misery because the transitory cannot be eternal.The moment you start feeling your inner light, your whole perspective starts changing. You will feel compassionate towards human beings even if they are doing stupid things. And you will feel immensely joyous, celebrating, even though you don't have anything to celebrate. Nothing is needed to celebrate – only excuses... birthday is just an excuse! But if you want to celebrate, you will find a thousand and one excuses.Once you have experienced your inner light and you feel compassionate towards everything, suddenly you will find that you become capable of giving and surprisingly more you give more it will be available to you. As you become the vehicle of the universe. Universe is abundance. Suddenly you will find that you have become emperor and this giving has different quality then before you experience your inner light.You are giving because you are overflowing with Universal energy. This is the first time that realization comes to you as understanding that I am not God Is. God is Love.When Whole, Universe, God or Krishna is using your body as a vehicle, suddenly you will feel - First be full of love, then the sharing happens. And then the great surprise, that as you give you start receiving from unknown sources, from unknown corners, from unknown people; from trees, from rivers, from mountains. Love starts showering on you from all the nooks and corners of existence. The more you give, the more you get. Life becomes a sheer dance of love.In this dance you will know internal potency of God, Krishna. There is no other way but to dissolve and disappear in the universe.

Bhagavad Gita Verse 10.20
 Dhwani Shah  
 1 June 2020  

Fragrance Of Godliness - In Gita Verse 10.20 I am the Supersoul, O Arjuna, seated in the hearts of all living entities. I am the beginning, the middle and the end of all beings.When Krishna is saying - I am the beginning, the middle and the end of all beings - it will be difficult for us to understand from our limited mind. But we can understand through our observation. Can you say seed is beginning, middle or end of the tree. We cannot say that it is beginning, middle or end but we know that seed is the beginning of the tree, in the middle of the tree and end of the tree.Seed is the process, continuous or we can say continuum. Because the seed is process it is always fresh in the different forms and formless. In the different forms as seed, leaf, branches, flowers and formless as fragrance. You will be able to experience it in its form and formless. This is the quality of non-doer.In my Bhagavad Gita Verse 10.6, blog I wrote we are born from Manus and Manus are born from Krishna, Universe.They are the seed within us. If we become non-doer and don’t interfere in the process of existence then again through our action fragrance of Godliness which we have brought as seed within us can manifest.The mind is not ready to accept that godliness can be attained here and now. Why can’t it accept it? It can’t accept it because if godliness is available here and now and we are not attaining it, then what could be causing this? How can we explain it? If it can be attained here and now, why are we not attaining it? A great uneasiness arises: it can be attained here and now, but we are not attaining. How to explain it? It becomes a great frustration. To relieve the frustration you say godliness can be achieved but that you need to be worthy.Intellect always manages to find a way. Whatever complication arises, the mind finds a solution. It says, “The way has to be sought, worthiness has to be sought, you will have to become purified: then you will attain. And if Ashtavakra says it can be achieved here and now, certainly he must have a reason for it. He says it so we will start making intense effort. But we will have to make an effort.” Mind is very clever.Ashtavakra’s statement is absolutely clear. Godliness can be found here and now, because it is not an achievement, it is your nature. His whole emphasis is simple: You are it. The very idea of attaining is wrong.When we say godliness can be attained here and now, it simply means it is already attained. Just open your eyes and see!The very language of attaining is wrong. In attaining it seems that you and existence are separate. You are the seeker and it is the objective to be sought. You are the traveler and it is the destination. No, that it can be attained here and now simply means you are that which you are seeking.Know thyself.Open your eyes and see – or close your eyes and see. But see!It is a matter of insight, not of worthiness.Worthiness means that even the divine is a business deal. When you go to the market something is sold for a thousand rupees, something for one hundred thousand rupees, something for a million rupees. Everything has its price. Worthiness means that godliness also has its price. Whosoever pays the price by proving his worth will get it. You want to make even godliness a commodity in the market: “Renounce, do austerities, then you will attain it. Pay the price and you will get it. Where can you get it for free?” You drag the divine into a shop, seal it in a box, stick on a price tag, and put it on the shelf. You say, “Do this many fasts, that many meditations, this much austerity; stand in the sun, suffer cold and heat, then you will attain it.”Have you ever thought about what you are saying? You are saying that realizing godliness is related to your doing something. Whatever you do will be your doing, and your doing cannot be greater than you. Your austerity will be yours – as low as you are, as dirty as you are. Your austerity cannot be greater than you. And whatever you attain through your austerity will be limited, finite, because through the finite only the finite can be obtained, not the infinite. Through austerity you will find a projection of your mind, not the divine.To find divine you need to be no doer. As in the Ishavasya Upanishad is referring to exactly this kind of person. It is speaking about someone who has completely left being the doer to the whole, to existence. It is speaking about someone who says, “I am not at all, existence alone is. If there is a doer, it is existence. At the most, I am only a pawn in its game. I am willing to go wherever it directs the move; I am willing to be what it wishes, I am willing to do whatever it commands. If it wishes to defeat me, I am willing to be defeated; if it makes me the winner, I am willing to win. Neither victory nor defeat is mine. Defeat belongs to existence and so does victory.”Such a man, whose surrender is total, who attributes everything to existence – “I also belong to existence, all actions belong to it” – such a man will do all that is necessary in life, living, breathing, walking, standing, sitting, doing his duties, eating his food and sleeping at night. All these activities will be there, but there will be no doer within. And this is the only way.I also affirm that the sage of the Ishavasya Upanishad is perfectly correct when he declares that this is the only way. And on the whole earth up to now the people who have truly passed through this life unscathed, untouched, always fresh and new, as innocent as when they were born, are the people who have never nourished any sort of ego during their journey; who have lived without an ego.Ego means a sense of being the doer and to be egoless means surrendering – in the sense of surrendering everything at the feet of existence.When you are no doer, egoless you allow your seed of godliness which is in your heart, to grow. Krishna says that with you I also took birth, you as form and Universe, Krishna as formless. We are not separate, but united.

Bhagavad Gita Verse 10.39
 Dhwani Shah  
 20 June 2020  

Flowering Of Consciousness - In Gita Verse 10.39 Furthermore, O Arjuna, I am the generating seed of all existences. There is no being – moving or nonmoving – that can exist without Me.Krishna tells us that I am seed in you. Basic characteristic of seeds is to grow. To grow for human beings is to grow in consciousness.The most fundamental thing will be creating methods, techniques, ways of raising human consciousness, and certainly, this consciousness cannot be against the body; this consciousness is residing in the body. They cannot be seen as inimical to each other; in every way, they are supportive. I say something to you and my hand makes a gesture without me telling the hand. There is a deep synchronicity between me and my hand. You walk, you eat, you drink and all these things indicate that you are a body and consciousness as an organic whole. You cannot torture the body and raise your consciousness. The body has to be loved - you have to be a great friend.It is your home, you have to clean it of all junk, and you have to remember that it is in your service continuously, day in, day out. Even when you are asleep, your body is continuously working for you digesting, changing your food into blood, taking out the dead cells from the body, bringing new oxygen, fresh oxygen into the body - and you are fast asleep! It is doing everything for your survival, for your life, although you are so ungrateful that you have never even thanked your body. On the contrary, your religions have been teaching you to torture it: the body is your enemy and you have to get free from the body, its attachments. Krishna also knows that you are more than the body and there is no need to have any attachment. But love is not an attachment, compassion is not an attachment. Love and compassion are absolutely needed for your body and its nourishment. And the better body you have, the more is the possibility for growing consciousness. It is an organic unity. A totally new kind of education is needed in the world where fundamentally everybody is introduced into the silences of the heart - in other words into meditation - where everybody has to be prepared to be compassionate to one’s own body. Because unless you are compassionate to your own body, you cannot be compassionate to any other body. It is a living organism, and it has done no harm to you. It has been continuously in service since you were conceived and will be till your death. It will do everything that you would like to do, even the impossible, and it will not be disobedient to you. It is inconceivable to create such a mechanism which is so obedient and so wise. If you become aware of all the functions of your body, you will be surprised. You have never thought what your body has been doing. It is so miraculous, so mysterious. But you have never looked into it. You have never bothered to be acquainted with your own body and you pretend to love other people. You cannot, because those other people also appear to you as bodies. The body is the greatest mystery in the whole of existence. This mystery needs to be loved - its mysteries, its functionings to be intimately inquired into. The religions have unfortunately been absolutely against the body. But it gives a clue, a definite indication that if a man learns the wisdom of the body and the mystery of the body, he will never bother about the priest or about God. He will have found the most mysterious within himself, and within the mystery of the body is the very shrine of your consciousness.  Once you have become aware of your consciousness, of your being, there is no God above you. Only such a person can be respectful to other human beings, other living beings, because they all are as mysterious as he himself is, different expressions, varieties which make life richer. And once a man has found consciousness in himself, he has found the key to the ultimate.  Any education that does not teach you to love your body, does not teach you to be compassionate to your body, does not teach you how to enter into its mysteries, will not be able to teach you how to enter into your own consciousness. The body is the door - the body is the stepping stone. And any education that does not touch the subject of your body and consciousness is not only absolutely incomplete, it is utterly harmful because it will go on being destructive.  Krishna says that it is only the flowering of consciousness within you that prevents you from destruction.

Get Best Lawyer Consultancy About Maintenance of Wife in Pakistan
 Aley Gill  
 31 January 2020  

Conjugal Rights and Maintenance of Wife in Pakistan:After the amendments, introduced in the relevant provisions of S. 9 of subsequently when of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964, written statement filed by one or the other party was to be given the status of plaint. In the present case the plaintiff had withdrawn the suit, the proper course for the Family Court was to treat the written statement as plaint and the plaint as written statement, and also to order the transposition of the parties converting the status of the defendant to that of plaint and vice versa. Judge Family Court failed to apply its mind and did not take a proper step and permitted the course which was suggested to it by the respondent.What Family Court Say about That?Under the directions of the Family Court, wife filed a fresh suit and also prayed for interim maintenance allowance which had been refused albeit. lf, husband was apprehensive that tomorrow if the suit seeking maintenance allowance was dismissed/rejected, then recovery of the paid amount would become difficult; in that situation the Family Court could obtain indemnity/surety bond from the wife to pay back the amount received as interim maintenance of wife in Pakistan allowance pending trial to the husband, while in the case or decree, same could be adjusted in the decreed amount. Family Court was directed by High Court to act strictly according to the given guidelines and to conclude the trial of the case within 3 or at the most within 4 months.Suit for Conjugal Rights in Pakistan:Suit for restitution of conjugal rights in Pakistan could be allowed subject to condition. Leave to appeal was granted by Supreme Court to consider the correct import of 'deferred dower and whether it could become prompt if and when demanded; whether Family Court could not grant maintenance of wife in Pakistan which instead could be granted by Arbitration Council as mentioned in S. 9 of Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961; whether amount of maintenance of wife in Pakistan decree Commensurate with status and income of husband; whether suit for restitution of conjugal rights in Pakistan could be allowed subject to condition of separate living of wife with husband abroad; and whether restitution of conjugal rights could be subjected to payment of maintenance. Suit for restitution of conjugal rights was decreed but decree was set aside in appeal. Husband was that he had divorced wife but same was revoked before its effectiveness. Question was as to whether decree for restitution of conjugal rights was rightly set aside by Appellate Court.More about Suit of Conjugal Rights in Pakistan:Application for revocation of divorce on record, wherein a cutting did exist, had supported wife's claim that he application was moved after date of effectiveness of divorce. Statement of wife that due to allegation leveled against her by husband she had developed hatred against the husband was sufficient ground to lose the chance of reunion of parties. Wife, in circumstances, could not be forced to join the husband who had divorced her. Constitutional petition having no merits was dismissed. Suit for restitution of conjugal rights in Pakistan was dismissed on ground of non-payment of dower, which was wrong. On compliance of decree for payment of dower during pendency of appeal, husband claimed decree for restitution of conjugal rights. Family Court did not keep in mind questions which it is called upon to decide whether restitution ought to be ordered by directing wife to return to the conjugal domicile of her husband. Decree of Appellate Court set aside in writ jurisdiction and case remanded for deciding afresh whether husband is entitled to relief of conjugal rights.Appellate Court below without considering evidence produced on record by both parties and without giving any reason found that wife was at fault and was not prepared to live with her husband without any justification. Such disposal of a cause by Court below not based on the material Appeal having not been decided by Appellate Court below brought on record was not warranted by law. In accordance with law, High Court in exercise of Constitutional jurisdiction, set aside judgment and decree passed by Appellate Court below and remanded case to decide afresh in accordance with law. 8. Decree for restitution granted to husband for restitution granted to husband on condition of payment of prompt dower and past maintenance of wife in Pakistan.

Lawyer For The Procedure of Court Marriage in Pakistan And Detention
 Azeem Hamid  
 30 June 2020  

The Procedure of Court Marriage in Pakistan and Detention:Advocate Nazia from Lahore says that after the procedure of court marriage in Pakistan direction was issued for recovery of the alleged detenue to SHO, but ASI, present in Court has stated that recovery of the alleged detenue could not be done at the given address. As such no roaming search can be made. Further stated that detenue had followed the procedure of court marriage in Pakistan with her free will. However, the petitioner was at liberty to get the case register against the respondent for the abduction of the alleged abductee, if he has not felt that his daughter has been abducted and she has not followed the procedure of court marriage in Pakistan with the respondent with her free will. Petition dismissed. [PLJ 2009 Cr.C. (Lah.) 169]. Petition by mother for recovery of her daughter filed under Section 491 after her daughter followed the procedure of court marriage in Pakistan. Sessions Judge issuing warrants for recovery of a daughter with direction to S.H.O. to produce her before the Court. Warrants challenged by daughter by filing a writ petition in High Court.Petition Contending Before High Court:Writ petition contending before High Court was that she was adult and had followed the procedure of court marriage in Pakistan of her free-will, she was not abducted or detained illegally by anyone and those entire proceedings conducted by Sessions Judge were misconceived and a nullity in the eye of law. High Court holding that in such circumstances, the course adopted by Sessions Judge by issuing warrants for recovery of the writ petitioner was not warranted. High Court accepted writ petition and quashed proceedings pending before Sessions Judge. (2007 SD 976; 2008 YLR 81) Preamble Habeas corpus petition: Alleged detenue the was present in Court and stated that she had married the respondent and was living with him on her own free will and consent as his wife and that she was not in illegal detention. The procedure of court marriage in Pakistan had been duly registered.Duly Registered of Procedure of Court Marriage in Pakistan:According to the medical report the alleged detenue was 15 years old and being an adult she could marry on her own will and choice even without the permission of the father. Even the Child Marriage Restraint Act 1929, did not invalidate the marriage once it had been performed having attained puberty under Islamic law, the girl could marry. Her husband, who to prove his bona fides had undertaken to deposit Rs. 50,000 in her name in any profitable scheme of National Savings Centre for five years. Alleged detenue having not been found in illegal custody was set at liberty and allowed to accompany her husband (2006 YLR 2936).Habeas Corpus Petition in High Court:Controversy about the procedure of court marriage in Pakistan. Held: Petitioner and detenue claimed to be husband and wife which were evidenced by said Nikahnama. Said detenue pleaded that her father had obtained her thumb- impression on certain papers under duress. In those circumstances of the case, subsequently, Nikah of detenue could not be treated as valid Nikah. She was brought from the house of her father and produced in the Court. Detenue was allowed to accompany the petitioner/her husband. Petition allowed (2006 PLR 1297). Habeas corpus petition: Inappropriate and undesirable, if not illegal for the High Court to have determined the validity of a marriage on the touchstone of Injunctions of Islam, in proceedings under Section 491, Cr.P.C. [PLD. 2004 SC 219 11.

Book Review- Reminiscinces Of Seeker
 Niyati Gogna  
 25 April 2018  

Reminiscences OF A Seeker: Dark Face Of A White World” by Kapil Kumar Bhaskar is a fascinating account of author’s true experiences with the spiritual world!The book is a true story fascinates and takes the readers into the dark and unbelievable world of mystics, spirituality and dark arts.The plot opens with author’s yearning for a true spiritual master, however, the author is plunged deep into the vortex of tantric powers, dark arts and paranormal world of sadhus and aghoris.His journey through the unforeseen, extraordinary circumstances intrigue the readers and glue the readers completely.The book deals with supernatural elements and incidents which seem unbelievable. To embark on this journey with the author, the readers need to believe, have faith in spiritualism.The author has flawlessly narrated the events, fascinating and thrilling the readers immensely. At times, certain parts got dragged a bit too much, but the overall suspense helped it get overshadowed.The book deals with powerful themes like a student-teacher relationship, it’s boundaries, the occult world of supernatural and dark arts, practiced by yogis and aghoris. The author talks about how the events pulled him into a world of drama, suspense, greed, betrayal, struggle, strength and HOPE. And most importantly, the strength and inspiration to get out of the dark world towards the light.The glossary provided at the end proved really helpful in understanding the book. Language is inspiring and lucid. Characterization is done well and is a true account, characters seemed to come to life.The title hints towards the mystical and spiritual account contained in the book, the cover is simple yet powerful and attractive. It connects with author’s journey from the dark world to the illuminated white world. Blurb is well written and concise.I would like to rate it as 4.0 out of 5.0.Overall, a gripping, real story of author’s pursuit of ultimate divine!

Bhagavad Gita Verse 11.32
 Dhwani Shah  
 23 July 2020  

The River Of Love - In Gita Verse 11.32 The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: Time I am, the great destroyer of the worlds, and I have come here to destroy all people. With the exception of you [the Pāṇḍavas], all the soldiers here on both sides will be slain.When Krishna says that - I have come here to destroy all people - he means that now everyone will have to take rebirth. The old will disappear and give a path to the fresh energy. Science also says that nothing can be destroyed, nothing can be created only everything is changing form.What Krishna says that now the time has come for change.In my Bhagavad Gita Verse 2.22, blog I wrote Misery arises because we don’t allow change to happen. We cling, we want things to be static.Existence is a continuum. Like seed. it disappears as seed to appear as a tree, become again seed and drop the tree.DROP THE PAST EACH MOMENT:Death is already happening. Whether you face it or not, whether you look at it or not, it is already there. It is just like breathing. When a child is born, he inhales. He breathes in for the first time. That is the beginning of life. And when one day he becomes old, dies, he will exhale.Death always happens with exhalation and birth with inhalation. But exhalation and inhalation are happening continuously. With each inhalation you are born; with each exhalation you die.So the first thing to understand is that death is not somewhere in the future, waiting for you, as it has always been pictured. It is part of life; it is an ongoing process-not in the future, here, now.Life and death are two aspects of existence. simultaneously happening together.Ordinarily, you have been taught to think of death as being against life. Death is not against life - life is not possible without death. Death is the very ground on which life exists. Death and life are like two wings: the bird cannot fly with one wing, and the being cannot be without death. So the first thing is a clear understanding of what we mean by death.Death is an absolutely necessary process for life to be. It is not the enemy, it is the friend. And it is not there somewhere in the future, it is here, now. It is not going to happen, it has been always happening. Since you have been here it has been with you. With each exhalation it happens - a little death, a small death - but because of fear we have put it in the future.The mind always tries to avoid things which it cannot comprehend, and death is one of the most incomprehensible mysteries. There are only three mysteries: life, death and love. All these three are beyond mind.So mind takes life for granted; then there is no need to inquire. That is a way of avoiding. You never think, you never meditate on life; you have simply accepted it, taken it for granted. It is a tremendous mystery. You are alive, but don't think that you have known life.For death, the mind plays another trick: it postpones it. To accept it here and now would be a constant worry, so the mind puts it somewhere in the future - then there is no hurry. When it comes, we will see.And for love, the mind has created substitutes which are not love. Sometimes you call your possessiveness your love; sometimes you call your attachment your love; sometimes you call your domination your love - these are ego games. Love has nothing to do with them. In fact, because of these games, love is not possible.Between life and death, between the two banks of life and death, flows the river of love. And that is possible only for a person who does not take life for granted, who moves deep into the quality of being alive and becomes existential, authentic. Love is for the person who accepts death here and now and does not postpone it. Then between these two a beautiful phenomenon arises: the river of love.Life and death are like two banks. The possibility is there for the river of love to flow, but it is only a possibility. You will have to materialize it. Life and death are there, but love has to be materialized - that is the goal of being a human. Unless love materializes, you have missed - you have missed the whole point of being.When Krishna says that - I have come here to destroy all people - he speaks out of his compassion to give new form to everyone.

Legal Step to Get the Divorce in Pakistan According Divorce Law
 Sheikh Flora  
 28 January 2020  
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Legal Way to Get the Divorce in Pakistan:In Pronouncement of divorce in Pakistan according to Shia Law the trial court on basis of evidence led by parties reaching conclusion that pronouncement of divorce in Pakistan made by husband or wife did not conform to requirements of Shia Law in as much as it was not heard by two Adult males and, therefore, lady could not be said to have ceased to be his Wife. Finding of fact recorded by Trial Court and endorsed by Appellate Court not shown to have been arrived at as a result of misreading of evidence based on no evidence. Interference declined by High Court in Constitutional jurisdiction. Omission by husband to give notice of talaq to Chairman of concerned Union Council renders divorce in Pakistan ineffective in the case of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan by the way of khula in Pakistan.Procedure of Divorce in Pakistan:It is not with regard to proof of procedure of divorce in Pakistan that the Shia Law insists on two witnesses but to the very act of divorce and it cannot, therefore, be held that the matter related to proof and not to substantive law. Nazia law associate is the perfect platform to know the procedure of divorce in Pakistan and divorce process in Pakistan. You don’t take tension about how can wife get divorce in Pakistan. Meet advocate nazia and share all your problem. She give you better way and she made the short divorce process in Pakistan for the females. Because most of the females not know how can wife get divorce in Pakistan.Dissolution of Marriage by The Way of Divorce:In the suit for Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan husband pronouncing divorce in Pakistan but abstaining from giving a notice. Chairman, should be deemed to have revoked the pronouncement. Provisions of sub-section (G) of S. 7 of the Ordinance preclude a, divorce in Pakistan from being effective for a certain period and within that period. Consequently, it could not be said that marital status of the parties had in any way been changed; parties still in law continue to be husband and wife.Guidelines About Divorce Deed:Talaq in the manner categorical statement by husband before Family Court about having divorced his wife would by itself dissolve marriage between husband and wife.Where both man and woman accused had claimed themselves to be legally-wedded husband and wife in the statement, on the support of the written divorce deed by production of their Nikahnama and divorce deed by which complainant was alleged to have pronounced three Talaqs and said Talaqnanma was attested by a Magistrate and also a Notary Public and other witnesses, its verification being necessary, Trial is obliged to have verified the genuineness of said Talaqnama.Failure of the Court would render the conviction awarded as without any factual or legal basis. Onus to prove procedure of divorce in Pakistan would lie on the party alleging divorce to a wife. Onus to prove of procedure of divorce in Pakistan would lie on the party alleging divorce to a wife by her deceased husband. In absence of such proof, presumption could validly be raised that marriage between spouses remained intact till death of her husband. Facts considered in the light of the Talaqnama and notice issued by the Chairman, Arbitration Council supported by the oral testimony of witnesses proved divorce.About Nadra Divorce Certificate:Nadra divorce certificate in Pakistan issued by Chairman in absence of evidence on record to prove pronouncement of Talaq by husband would be ineffective qua inheritance rights of wife after death of husband. Decree for dissolution of marriage would not become ineffective merely because a copy thereof is not sent to the Chairman within the prescribed period of 7 days. Effectiveness of such decree after the procedure of divorce in Pakistan would be reckoned as from the date of due service and efflux of requisite period as be relevant in a given case. Divorce ipso facto would become effective on the expiry of ninety days from the date when notice is received by the Chairman. Divorce pronouncement by the husband upon the wife having not been revoked, becomes effective after the expiry of 90 days from the date of receipt of notice by the Nazim/Chairman, Arbitration Council. Family Court is under obligation to send by registered post Within 7 days of passing such decree, a certified copy of the same to appropriate Chairman whereupon Chairman would proceed as if he had received intimation of Talaq under this Ordinance.Onus to prove Nadra divorce certificate in Pakistan was on husband. Factum of marriage was admitted, onus to prove divorce, heavily lay on the party objecting the same. Non-service of notice is a mere irregularity. Provisions of S. 7(1) and Rule 3(b) are directory in nature as no penalty is provided for their non-compliance. Non- service of notice is a mere irregularity and does not affect validity of a divorce validly pronounced and communicated.

Brief (2020) Procedure of Khula in Pakistan in Urdu | Expert Family Case Lawyer
 Sheikh Flora  
 28 January 2020  
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Khula Process In Pakistan:Finding of fact recorded by Family Court that husband subjected wife to habitual cruelty and it was impossible for them to live together as husband and wife. Held, Khula decree in such case would not be open to interference in writ Jurisdiction and husband's writ petition merited dismissal. No possibility of happy union. Marriage on ground of khula process in Pakistan is permissible when there is no possibility of happy union between couple and due to their extreme differences they cannot live together within limits prescribed by Almighty God. She made the legal khula procedure in Pakistan for the females.Wife Can Get the Khula from Family Court:Because most of the females not know that how can wife get the khula in Pakistan. You know that wife can get the khula from the family court. Whether ground of khula procedure in Pakistan was available was to be checked by the court. Khula procedure in Pakistan is an acknowledged as kind of khula in Pakistan. It’s pronounced by Court on satisfaction that on account of aversion of wife against her husband, it was impossible for spouses to re-conciliate and. live harmonious life within limits ordained by Allah.Nazia Law Associate:Advocate nazia is the legal and most famous lawyer in Pakistan for the services of all legal cases especially khula procedure in Pakistan and procedure of khula in Pakistan. Most of the females not know how to get khula in Pakistan now these days, but you don’t worry our divorce lawyer in available for you. Kindly don’t take tension about your khula process in Pakistan. Advocate nazia provide the best way to solve your problem. If you have any question about the khula procedure in Pakistan and procedure of khula in Pakistan visit our site and contact advocate nazia.Discuss with case with our family Lawyer:Better to have detail discussion with your family lawyer in Pakistam if you are looking for a khula and give each and every detail to your lawyer which you think is necessary and which you think that this detail would help your lawyer to get fasten the khula procedure in Pakistan in urdu. Once you have discussed all the details with your family lawyer in Pakistan then just ask him the fee. Once you are ready after discussion and you are satisfied with your lawyer just pay him the fee and leave the rest on him. A client doesn’t need to go to all the minute details about the khula process in Pakistan.Just trust on Lawyer:Just have trust on your lawyer and let your lawyer work on it. Obviously after taking all the details from the client your family lawyer will draft a khula case in Pakistan for you and once he is drafted the case he will show you the case. Just go through the case but seriously as a client bear in mind that your lawyer knows better than the client what to write so please don’t unnecessarily put your nose in something which you even don’t know. Just wait for the period your lawyer has asked you to do and then finally your lawyer will get you a khula decree in your favour. For discussing the khula process in Pakistan in Urdu you can also get contact info of our lawyer and discuss with him.Khula Process in Pakistan in Urdu:A wife needs to have a solid ground if she wants to obtain khula from her husband. What grounds are available and what will be the khula process in Pakistan in urdu for that you can straight away contact your family lawyer because it is the family lawyer in Pakistan only who will guide you the khula process in Pakistan in Urdu. An expert family lawyer in Pakistan knows how to draft your case and how to represent it the court of law. Some people tries to learn the khula procedure in Pakistan which is not possible for a family lawyer to take the client in to the depth and details of something which such lawyer has learnt after 5 years of study and after lots of experience however general discussion can be done with the family lawyer in Pakistan who will guide you the general khula procedurein Pakistan in urdu.

Best Talaq Procedure in Pakistan _ Legal Services Provider
 Sheikh Flora  
 28 January 2020  
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Procedure of Talaq in Pakistan:Wife was not entitled to maintenance amount after procedure of talaq in Pakistan. Plea raised by husband was that suit for maintenance of the plaintiff (wife) was decreed but she was not entitled to maintenance amount after lddat period and that husband did not avail any of the dowry articles, as he had passed most of his time abroad. Since the Talaq Procedure in Pakistan period of the plaintiff had elapsed, therefore, she was not entitled to the maintenance after lddat. Remittance receipts from abroad had established that husband had remitted greater amount than the decreed amount, thus, the plaintiff was not entitled to the recovery of dowry articles.About Nazia Law Associate:Nazia Law Associate is the best platform to know the legal Talaq Procedure in Lahore Pakistan. She know the procedure of Talaq in Pakistan According to the family Laws. If you want to get the Talaq in Pakistan according to the Pakistani Laws from her husband then you are in the perfect place.In Case Of Talaq Procedure:In case of procedure of talaq in Pakistan three menstrual courses has to wait for three menstrual courses and in event of wife not being subject to menstruation the period of lddat is three lunar months and iddat commences from the time the divorce is pronounced. 16. Provisions of S. 7 making all forms of Talaq to be revocable. Traditional Islamic Law making irrevocable pronouncement of one divorce to a wife whose marriage has not been consummated and prescribing on term of probation or a waiting period (lddat).Muslim Family Laws:Proceedings for recovery of past maintenance and that of the period of lddat were initiated under S. 9 of Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961. Both the Courts below granted past maintenance along with period of lddat Grievance of petitioner was that the Courts below had wrongly assumed jurisdiction in the matter as the petitioner was not a Muslim Citizen of Pakistan and period of lddat was 39 days which was wrongly fixed as 90 days. She made effective procedure of talaq in Pakistan.Validity Petitioner did not raise point of jurisdiction in the contents of the revision petition filed below; therefore, he was not permitted to argue the same before High Court in exercise offer 90 days of Constitutional jurisdiction. Judgment of both the Tribunals below to the extent of period of lddat were not in accordance with the dictum laid down by Supreme Court in case titled Allah Dad v. Mukhtar reported as 1992 SCMR 1273.Husband had left for abroad soon after the marriage and did not avail any of the dowry articles which remained in the use of the plaintiff (wife). High Court while partly allowing the Constitutional petition set aside the judgment and decree to the extent of recovery of dowry articles and maintained the judgment and decree for articles maintenance allowance. lddat is a period at the expiry of which a divorced woman or a widow is entitled under the personal law, to contract another marriage. Children conceived and born during irregular or invalid marriage i.e., not vitiated and rendered illegal by radical defect, which makes the marriage void ab initio are legitimate, (ii) lddat becomes mandatory, and (I) dower becomes payable. Held; Legitimacy is traced to the date of copulation and not the date of marriage. Conjunction by way of temporary barrier automatically becomes regular the moment the bottleneck is removed i.e., the iddat period expires. This provision of S. 7 was clearly repugnant to Injunction of Holy Qur'an.  Plea of lack of jurisdiction in Court raised. Such plea was not raised before Revision Court. Petitioner was a British national who had divorced the respondent.

Get Professional Lawyer For Suit of Declaration in Pakistan
 James Wilson  
 1 February 2020  

Cases of Suit of Declaration in Pakistan:Addition and subtraction of a word in a statute was not justified, except where for interpretation thereof principle of reading in and reading down could be pressed into service in certain cases of suit for declaration in Pakistan along with permanent injunction. When in entry No. 9, of Schedule to West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964, "actionable claim" had not been provided by legislature; it would be improper and was impinge upon the legislative intent and rules of interpretation to add such expression to the clause/entry in case of suit for declaration in Pakistan along with permanent injunction. Judgments and decrees passed by all Courts below in favor of wife were set aside and her suit for declaration in Pakistan along with permanent injunction was dismissed. Appeal was allowed.Suit for Recovery of Dowry and Personal Property of Wife:Suit for recovery of gold ornaments and personal property and belongings of wife could not be decided in suit for declaration in Pakistan along with permanent injunction. Plaintiff sought decree to the effect that she had become owner of the house, car, gold ornaments and half of the landed property of the defendant on the basis of agreement signed by defendant. Trial Court ordered plaintiff to pay the Court-fee holding that matter involved civil liability, so plaintiff's claim could not be entertained. Appellate Court setting aside the order of Trial Court remanded the case with direction to examine the parties under Order X, Rule 2, C.P.C. As per Schedule to the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964, matters relating to dower, maintenance allowance, dowry as well as the personal property and belongings of wife fell within the jurisdiction of Judge; West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964.More about Some Important Rules of Declaration in Pakistan:The conditions of the contract were not mentioned in the marriage certificate, defendant husband had admitted to the execution of the contract in question, under certain compulsions. Matter involved question of fact to be proved or disproved by the parties through the evidence. Courts below did not exercise the jurisdiction vested in them in accordance with law in case of suit for declaration in Pakistan along with permanent injunction. Constitutional petition was allowed. Impugned orders were set aside. Case was remanded to Trial Court with direction to frame the issues and record evidence and dispose of the matter in accordance with law. Suit for declaration in Pakistan along with permanent injunction was returned to Family Court for lacking territorial jurisdiction. Suit decreed to extent of dissolution of marriage and maintenance of minor son, but plaint to extent of claim for dowry articles returned by Family Court for lacking territorial jurisdiction.Some Thing about Suit for Declaration in Pakistan You Must Need To Know:Suit categorized in Schedule of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 could be instituted in a Court within whose local limits either cause of action wholly or in part had arisen or parties reside or resided together lastly. An omni bus suit could be filed combining therein causes of action of all suits mentioned in Schedule of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964, and Family Court in such case could not divide plaint into causes of action falling within its territorial jurisdiction and those beyond its jurisdiction and return plaint in part for lacking such jurisdiction.Plaint could be returned as a whole for lacking territorial jurisdiction. Partial or piecemeal return of plaint like partial rejection of plaint was not envisaged by any Rule of West Pakistan Family Courts Rules, 1965 or provisions of the Act. Convenience of females would be an Overriding consideration to disallow partial return of plaint in family suits. High Court set aside impugned judgment to extent of return of plaint with direction to Family Court to decide claim of dowry articles and maintenance for lddat period of wife.

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 James Wilson  
 1 February 2020  

Let know about Suit of Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Ex-husband having knowledge of pendency of proceeding for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan deliberately avoiding his appearance. Lady already contracting second marriage and living with her second husband, the ex-husband failing to substantiate his non-service in the suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan, Supreme Court declined to interfere. Time taken by defendant in making application for setting aside ex parte decree was granted. Rule-making authority having reasonableness of time taken by defendant in making application for setting aside ex parte decree, Rule 13 of West Pakistan Family Courts Rules restricting period of limitation to 30 days to be ultra vires of sub-section (6) of S. 9 of Act.2 3. Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan ex parte decree was granted by Family Court.Application for Dissolution of Marriage:Suit filed by wife for dissolution of marriage ex parte decree granted by Family Court. Husband's application for setting aside ex parte decree dismissed on ground that wife had contracted second marriage after ex parte decree. Husband invoked writ jurisdiction of High Court challenging order. Order of Family Court dismissing husband's application set aside. Held, contracting of a second marriage by wife soon after obtaining ex parte decree could hardly be treated a valid ground for throwing out husband's application for setting aside ex parte decree. Husband's application ought to have been decided after holding an inquiry into question whether he had sufficient reason for not appearing in Family Court to contest dissolution of marriage in Pakistan. Ex parte decree of dissolution of marriage passed. Ex parte decree of dissolution of marriage passed but was set aside by Family Court on being satisfied by husband that service was not duly affected. Order of Family Court setting aside ex parte decree was reversed in appeal by District Judge.Trial Court Orders for That Condition:After order of Trial Court reopening case Held: Setting aside ex parte decree does not amount to "decision" hence not appealable. Order of Appellate Court reversing that of trial Court quashed in exercise of writ jurisdiction as District Judge had passed order in appeal without lawful authority. Ex parte decree on the basis of invalid service was found. Family Court without having substituted service merely acting on suo motu report of process-server and passing ex parte decree, the way adopted by the Court held invalid and against mandatory requirement of law.About Law for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Ex parte decree being result of invalid service set aside by the High Court in constitutional jurisdiction adopted recourse to a bald observation that application is dismissed because ex parte order had already been passed would negate provision of S. 9(5) (a). Defendant has a right at or before adjourned hearing to appear and assign good cause for his non-appearance. In case he assigns good cause for his previous non-appearance the Family Court has to hear him in answer to the suit as if he had appeared on a day fixed for his appearance. This would be subject to such terms as Family Court may direct but essentially such terms would not be meant to take away the right of hearing which is granted to defendant under S. 9(5)(a). Held Order of Collector refusing to condone delay was not liable to interference under Article 199.

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 Endy Grey  
 4 February 2020  

Legal Solution for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan on ground of Khula is acceptable. Repeated statement by wife in her pleadings, her testimony and her statement at the bar that she was not prepared to live with her husband would be enough proof of her determined aversion against her husband justifying Khula in Pakistan. Denial of Khula in Pakistan decree in such case would serve no purpose as by such denial and allowing decree for restitution of conjugal rights, she cannot be compelled to go back to her husband and have harmonious matrimonial life. Held, in present case that preponderance of evidence was weighty in favor of wife's claim for Khula in Pakistan and lower Courts erroneously rejected it. Disparity of ages in a case where wife is less than 18 years and husband is more than 40 years of age, can be treated as hatred justifying dissolution of marriage in Pakistan on grounds of Khula.Judgment of Family Court for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Decree of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan passed by Family Court on ground of Khula in view of disparity of ages was valid. It was upheld by High Court with finding that circumstances of case did not call for exercise of writ jurisdiction. Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan through ground of Khula was right of female. Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan through ground of Khula, ordered by High Court in writ jurisdiction was upheld. Husband seeking leave to appeal to Supreme Court against judgment of High Court with contention that High Court judgment was not sustainable as no direction for return of monetary benefits by wife to husband had been made in favor of husband. Held, Husband had not insisted upon at proper stage for determination of exact benefits received by wife nor for their return and as such no relief could be given to him by High Court in its writ jurisdiction with result that High Court judgment was unexceptionable.More about Law for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Judgment of Family Court impugned in writ jurisdiction with contention that term of Khula had not been examined in Dissolution of marriage on ground of Khula was in accordance with law. Held, in view of law laid down by Supreme Court in NLR 1983 Civil S.C. 305, impugned judgment did not suffer from a vitiative factual or legal infirmity. Evidence clearly showing that wife was not ready to live. Evidence clearly showing that wife was not ready to live with husband. Held, decree of Family Judge dissolving marriage by way of Khula was not liable to interference in writ jurisdiction. 46. For allowing wife authority to exercise right of Khula'. For allowing wife authority to exercise right of Khula', reasonable proof held, must exist, sufficient for satisfaction Court showing incompatibility of temperament indicating total lack of sympathy, between of husband and wife, resulting in resistance to mutual adoption, Qur'an Sura Baqr, Verse 229.Dissolution of Marriage via Khula:Dissolution of marriage on plea of Khula', would be available only, if Conscious attempt was made by wife to exercise such right in this behalf and not otherwise. Unless wife comes forward to specifically claim right of Khula' decree could not be allowed merely on Court's motion. Wife is entitled to dissolution of marriage on ground of Khula. Court must pass Khula decree if wife satisfies conscience of Court that it would otherwise mean forcing her into a hateful union. Wife with resolute firmness in irretrievable terms ruling out possibility of living with husband as spouse was upheld. Held, dissolution of marriage on ground of Khula in Pakistan such case would be unexceptionable.

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 Endy Grey  
 6 February 2020  

Law for Suit for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Principles of res judicata restraining wife from approaching the Family Court for suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan on the ground of Khula does not apply. Contention of husband was that on the basis of such condition, the wife could not seek dissolution of marriage in Pakistan on basis of Khula. Condition in marriage certificate, for the Family Court dissolution of the marriage in Pakistan and that earlier suit for dissolution of marriage was withdrawn; therefore, principles of res judicata were applicable in the suit. Family Court had rightly found the condition in marriage certificate restraining the wife from approaching Court for divorce on the ground of Khula' was not legal condition which could not prevent the wife from seeking dissolution of marriage in Pakistan on the ground of Khula from the competent Court. Family Court also rightly found that in view of evidence on record it was not possible between the parties to live together within the limits of Allah.Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan on the base of Khula:Findings of the Family Court were affirmed of by the High Court. No misreading or non-reading of by evidence was pointed out by the husband. Subsequent suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan on the ground of Khula' was not barred ass in such cases recurring cause of action could accrue to the party. All the Courts below had given Concurrent finding with regard to the right of wife for seeking dissolution of marriage on the ground of Khula'. Leave to appeal was refused. Suit for dissolution of marriage on basis of Khula filed through attorney/mother. Appearance of plaintiff in pre-trial conciliation proceedings through her attorney was valid. Suit decreed by Family Court on failure of conciliation efforts upheld by Appellate Court. Party could not be deprived of his right to appear and defend suit through his/her attorney as such representation was permitted and Bar recognized by S. 22 of Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils Act, 1973 and S. 18 of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964.Legal Act for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan in West Pakistan:Right of a pardanashin lady under Section 18 of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 to appear through a duly authorized agent applicable to a person in general would apply to a party to suit also. Presence of parties in person in pre-trial conciliation proceedings was not obligatory, thus, their non-presence in person would not vitiate proceedings. Defendant, in the present case himself had not participated in such proceedings, thus, he could not object to appearance of plaintiff through her attorney. High Court dismissed Constitutional petition. According to S. 83, C.P.C., even an alien, if not falling within definition of an alien enemy, could sue in Pakistan, Residence of one party or accrual of cause of action wholly or in part within local limits of a Family Court in Pakistan would give the Court jurisdiction to entertain such suit.More about Some Important Laws:Failure of pre-trial conciliation efforts failed and permanent resident of State of Azad Jammu and Kashmir could result in judicial divorce. Husband's application seeking dismissal of suit by Family Court in Pakistan for lacking jurisdiction to try, same as parties were citizens of State of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Dismissal of such application and passing of decree for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan by Family Court for failure of pre- trial conciliation efforts was valid. According to S. 14(b) of Pakistan Citizenship Act, 1951, a permanent resident of State of Azad Jammu and Kashmir having migrated to Pakistan would be regarded as citizen of Pakistan. Subjects of the State holding Pakistani passports would be deemed to be citizens of Pakistan. Section 83 CPC provided that an alien, if not falling within definition of an "alien" enemy, could sue in Pakistan in case of divorce.

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 Roy Peaker  
 4 March 2020  

Domestic violence and dissolution of marriage in Pakistan:Males who come from homes where wife-abuse has taken place are far more likely to repeat the pattern of violence with their wives, thereby perpetuating the vicious circle of violence. Its implications for women are far more serious since they face the threat daily within the very place which is supposed to be a sanctuary for themRecommendations.1. Specific legislation on domestic Violence by husband or in-laws should be enacted after further deliberations after dissolution of marriage in Pakistan, clearly spelling out cruelty as a criminal offense. Such a definition should include mental cruelty, continuing harassment, threats, and simple injuries, as well as the more serious forms of violence2. Immediate and clear directives should be issued to the police hat all cases of domestic violence must be registered and prosecuted. There should be a monitoring body to check on effective implementation of this directive, as well as a media campaign to inform people about it.Stove Burnings: Over the past decade, murder or attempted murder by stove burning has become more common indicative of increasing marital violence after dissolution of marriage in Pakistan and largely affecting the economically under-privileged these cases are rarely pursued, nor are there adequate medical facilities for the treatment of Victims. Data collected from just two hospitals in Rawalpindi and Islamabad over three years since 1994 reveal 739 cases of burn victims which, according to the organization, does not represent even a small percentage of the actual cases, since most of them are not even brought to hospitals. A compilation of newspaper reports from Lahore over six months in 1997 indicate an average of 15 cases a month, most of the victims being young married women According to newspaper reports in Lahore, there were 83 cases of women getting burnt between the January-April, 1997.While some cases may be due to defective oil stoves or other reasons, one of the reports does indicate that most of the victims were young married women.Victims of Stove Burning After Dissolution of Marriage:A similar observation was made by a high court judgment on the issue of stove burning after dissolution of marriage in Pakistan, which found it strange that most of the victims of stove-burning were daughters-in-law. The problem intensifies when cases are not reported by the hospitals, the police resist recording FIRs, there are no proper investigative techniques for circumstantial evidence in burn cases and cases get endlessly delayed. There are only three burn centres in hospitals in the whole of Pakistan, which are insufficient to deal with the scale of burn cases prevalent. In Lahore alone, 60-70 burn victims are struggling for their lives at any given time, at a survival rate of fewer than 10%. Many more are treated as outpatients, yet Lahore has only a 10-bed burn unit. The cost of treatment for serious burn cases is also massive, daily costs amounting to Rs. 7-8 thousand 1991 the Lahore High Court took suo moto notice of the phenomenon of stove burnings and issued several directions in this regard.Solve Out Cases for Stove Burning For Judgment:These included the direction that: the medical superintendent of the hospital where the victim of the oil stove is brought should immediately arrange for recording of the statement of the victim by any doctor on duty; that the doctor should send a copy of the statement to the concerned SHO or deliver it to the police on its arrival that I the victim is incapable of making a statement, the doctor should inform the concerned SHO to record the statement of close relatives of victim in the hospital, and in case of a married woman at least one statement each of her parents and in-laws, in case of suspicious circumstances, an FIR should be recorded after dissolution of marriage in Pakistan and an inquiry held, that the police should take possession of the oil stove to get it examined by an expert concerning its fitness and quality, and if found defective, a case should be registered against the manufacturers/distributors of the oil stove, the health department or in-charge should provide free medical aid and attention, and the provincial government should arrange prompt payment of funeral and burial expenses since families cooking on oil stoves do not have the necessary cash.For Further Information Visit These Links:https://blog.storymirror.com/read/vobskn__/online-marriage-in-lahore-pakistan-by-easy-and-simple-procedurehttps://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/short-procedure-of-suit-for-dissolution.htmlhttps://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/get-professional-divorce-lawyer-for.htmlhttps://ko-fi.com/post/Best-Lawyer-For-Maintenance-of-Wife-in-Pakistan-N4N61G16Uhttps://vin.gl/p/2780250?wsrc=linkhttps://betterlesson.com/community/lesson/665016/get-know-about-the-best-khula-procedure-in-pakistan?from=owner_view

Know Legal Procedure For Suit of Maintenance of Wife in Pakistan
 Bin Dawood  
 18 February 2020  
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Law in Pakistan for Suit Maintenance of Wife in Pakistan:Law recognized the validity of express stipulations entered into marriage contract by parties. Since petitioner had agreed, vide compromise deed, to live along with his wife in a separate house provided by her wife's parents, he could not take the plea that wife was not entitled to get her maintenance allowance as she was not living with him in his house. Constitutional petition, having no force, was dismissed by High Court. Maintenance of wife in Pakistan was claimed for period during which she was deserted by husband till divorce in Pakistan became effective. Parties did not dispute such period. Record supported wife's contention that during her deserted period, husband had not made any effort to rehabilitate her through any Court proceedings by filing a suit for restitution of conjugal rights in Pakistan.Appeal to High Court by Wife:Husband was bound for maintenance of wife in Pakistan, but had not paid her maintenance for such period. Wife was entitled to maintenance from husband. High Court set aside order of remand passed by Deputy Commissioner and directed husband to pay maintenance to wife for such period. Application for maintenance of wife in Pakistan for the period petitioner/husband then she contention of the husband was that the wife had herself chosen to stay away from him and thus was not entitled to be deserted by the maintenance. Record had shown that the petitioner/husband was already having a wife and children from her; respondent/wife was left in the lurch, she knew nothing with regard to his married status as well as about his exact age; husband must have come to his own conclusion in not insisting upon incompatible parties (two ladies) jealous of each other, to live together and thereby making life a hell not only for them but for him as well and the two ladies were kept apart, not allowing them to know each circumstances, should have no grouse against the second Wife as no one could blame her because the husband's first wife was probably a virago and for that reason he himself had to stay away from her.Also For Restitution of Conjugal Rights in Pakistan:Times have changed and hardship which wives were prepared to endure in the past, were wife/respondent therefore, in the peculiar facts and circumstances of the present case, could not be held to be at fault and she was not disentitled for maintenance by living apart from husband. 1. Suit for recovery of past maintenance-Restitution of conjugal rights. Suit for recovery of past maintenance by wife and husband's prayer in written statement for suit for restitution of conjugal rights in Pakistan was decreed by Family Court by one and the same judgment. Applications by both parties or execution of their respective part of decree. Order of Family Court attaching decreed allowance till satisfaction of decree of suit for restitution of conjugal rights in Pakistan by wife. Recalling of such attachment order by Family Court and directing husband to pay decreed allowance as same could not be attached to compel wife to obey decree of conjugal rights passed in his favor.Orders of Court for Husband’s Appeal:Dismissal of husband's appeal by Appellate Court filed against recall order. Court in interest of justice could recall or modify a patently illegal and unlawful order. According to Order XXI, Rule 33, C.P.C., executing Court while executing decree for conjugal rights could not attach decree passed for such allowance in favor of wife. Husband would be legally bound to maintain his wife, if her refusal to live with him was justified by reasonable cause.For more detail:https://youtu.be/lnnLiiPsarQhttps://tune.pk/video/8762180/get-professional-lawyer-for-procedure-of-court-marriage-in-pakistanhttps://www.academia.edu/42004377/Get_Know_Legal_Procedure_For_Divorce_Certificate_By_Nadra_in_Pakistanhttp://law-service.over-blog.com/2020/02/get-know-about-legal-way-for-suits-by-expert-lawyer-in-lahore.htmlhttps://canvas.elsevier.com/eportfolios/8617/Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistan/Get_Professional_Divorce_Lawyer_For_Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistan

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 Bin Dawood  
 19 February 2020  

Get Know About Suit For Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Documents intended to be produced by the plaintiffs were expedient and important for the just decision of the case. Judge Family Court had not exercised his jurisdiction properly while passing the impugned order and dismissed the application by the plaintiffs on the ground that they did not append said documents with the plaint at the time of filing the suit of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan. Impugned judgment of the Judge Family Court, being illegal and void was set aside and the plaintiffs were permitted circumstances in evidence, to additional produce. Basic intention of law in the light of proviso to S. 7(2) of the West Pakistan Family Courts Act,1964 Controversial factual aspects, parties by provided ample opportunities to lead their respective evidence so that such disputes be resolved within the minimum possible time at the earliest stage.Non-Beneficial Result of Family Court For Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Failure of Family Court to frame a specific issue was found. Mere failure of Family Court to frame a specific issue regarding dissolution of marriage in Pakistan should not invalidate Khula decree granted by Appellate Court 6. Judge did not mention fact about reconciliation in judgment. Mere fact that presiding Judge did not mention fact about consequence if such mention made in order sheet does not invalid dissolution of marriage in Pakistan.  Ex parte decree in the absence of any sufficient cause for non-appearance of defendant or anybody else on their behalf ex parte proceedings should not be set aside. Ex parte evidence proving entitlement too maintenance allowance and dower and dowry articles lying with the defendant. Family Court did not commit any illegality while decreeing the suit of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan and others. Application for setting aside ex parte judgment and decree was filed by petitioner after 7 months of judgment of Appellate Court, which was dismissed being time-bared for which petitioner alone was to be blamed and suffer for consequences. Petitioner was required to explain delay of each day but he failed to do that.West Pakistan Family Court Act:No ground for condonation of delay in filing application for of delay under S. 9(6) of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 having been given, said application was rightly dismissed by Appellate Court. Record revealing that none of the parties appeared on the date fixed for pre-trial reconciliation proceedings and party were ordered to appear in person. Husband therefore, could not be proceeded against ex parte when the wife herself was not present on the date. Defendant in his affidavit filed in support of his application under rule 13, Family Courts Rules, 1965 denied service of summons upon him signature of defendant on said affidavit totally different from that on copy of summons produced by bailiff. Inquiry in the matter if reasonably required in order to arrive at a legitimate Conclusion that summons had been duly served. Dismissal of application by Family Court in case of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan simply on the ground that ex parte order had already been announced is no reason in the eye of law.In the end result for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Such a bald observation clearly negates the provision of S.9 (5) (a) and such a slipshod and rough order is to be refrained from while performing duty of judicial dispensation. Petitioner appearing before the Court after two years when he was procured ex parte request to set aside ex parte proceeding not allowed, however, High Court allowed to join the proceedings and cross the witness. Lady, after obtaining ex parte decree for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan contracting second marriage after passing the period of lddat and from her wedlock a daughter was born.Visit for further detail:https://youtu.be/z3rtkFIJptchttps://www.academia.edu/41936981/Get_a_Best_Marriage_Lawyer_For_Online_Marriage_Procedure_in_Pakistanhttps://suitoflegallaw.blogspot.com/2020/02/get-know-about-halala-after-khula.htmlhttps://canvas.elsevier.com/eportfolios/8617/Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistan/Get_Professional_Divorce_Lawyer_For_Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistanhttps://canvas.elsevier.com/eportfolios/8617/Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistan/Get_Professional_Divorce_Lawyer_For_Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistan

Get Know About Simple Procedure For Power of Attorney in Pakistan
 Bin Ajmal  
 19 February 2020  

Suit for Power of Attorney in Pakistan:Every general power of attorney in Pakistan not to be assumed to mean and include power to alienate property of principal. Clear separate clause devoted to such object must be contained in deed in order to achieve such object. Such clause if intended to be included in Power of Attorney draftsman to pay particular attention to it with view to avoid any uncertainty and vagueness. You can appoint a lawyer in Lahore Pakistan to draft you the power of attorneyWhat is the process for power of attorney in Pakistan?A power of attorney in Pakistan is a written authorization by which the principal appoints another person as his agent and confers upon him the power to act on behalf of the principal. The primary purpose of an instrument of this nature is to evidence the authority of the agent to third parties with whom the agents deal. The rule is now well- established that the power of attorney must be strictly construed and strictly pursued. A power of attorney in Pakistan is held to confer only those powers which are given and the agent may neither go beyond nor deviate from the terms of this instrument, that is, the act done should be legally identical with what is authorized to done by the instrument. A contract by AB agent which makes his principal liable as surety is of an extraordinary nature. Ordinarily such a contract does not come within powers of the most general nature contained in an instrument by which the agent is appointed as attorney. The authority to bind a principal by a contract of surety ship must be express, particularly when the principal is proposed to be made liable for loans advanced to a third party. A lawyer in Lahore can be appointed by you to avail the services of drafting the power of attorney.Responsibility of power of attorney in Pakistan:Power of attorney in Pakistan is an authority whereby one is set in turn to act for him." Vakalatnama is power of attorney." A power of attorney in Pakistan is an instrument in writing whereby a specified person is authorized by the executant thereof to act for and in the name of the person executing it. It is a unilateral document which accordingly is signed and executed only by the principal who authorizes the agent so appointed by him to act for the principal in one or more transactions or in one or more matters. But there may be more than one principal and more than such agent who may be appointed under the same instrument.Law from West Pakistan for power of attorney:The principal characteristic of the creation of such an agency 1Is that the agent acts in the name of the principal and on his behalf, and he (the principal) also purports to ratify all the acts and deeds of such agent done within the extent of the authority conferred on such agent, whether expressly or by implication of law, especially in case the agent is to act for the principal to carry one some business. Thus, if A writes a letter to his brother B authorizing him to sell their joint property, he needs to give general power of attorney to his brother to act on his behalf through this power of attorney in Pakistan. The power of attorney in Pakistan should be construed as per the law of Pakistan and the actions on this power of attorney should also be as per law and can be drafted by a lawyer in Lahore Pakistan.For More Information:https://youtu.be/lnnLiiPsarQhttps://tune.pk/video/8762180/get-professional-lawyer-for-procedure-of-court-marriage-in-pakistanhttps://www.academia.edu/42004377/Get_Know_Legal_Procedure_For_Divorce_Certificate_By_Nadra_in_Pakistanhttps://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/get-best-lawyer-for-dissolution-of.htmlhttps://canvas.elsevier.com/eportfolios/8617/Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistan/Get_Professional_Divorce_Lawyer_For_Khula_Procedure_in_Pakistanhttps://www.reddit.com/user/ammygril/comments/f0agfd/professional_lawyer_with_experience_of_halala/

Best Divorce Lawyer For Maintenance of Wife in Pakistan
 David Roy  
 21 February 2020  
Art

Case Solution for Maintenance of Wife in Pakistan:In case of maintenance of wife in Pakistan, wife was found to be entitled to past maintenance as husband had contracted second marriage, thus, she (first wife) was legally justified to live apart and he was bound to pay maintenance of wife in Pakistan. Family Court had no jurisdiction to pass such attachment order and had power to vary, modify and rescind same. High Court dismissed Constitutional petition in circumstances. Plaintiff (husband) filed suit for restitution of conjugal rights-Defendant (wife) also filed suit for recovery of Rs.200, 000 as damages incorporated as a condition in Nikahnama. Judge Family Court dismissed suit of the plaintiff whereas decreed the suit filed by defendant. Plaintiff filed appeals against the judgments and decrees of Trial Court, the same were dismissed by Appellate Court through a consolidated judgment. Plaintiff asserted that the Judge, Family Court had no jurisdiction to entertain suit for recovery of damages on behalf of the defendant as the suit for recovery of Rs.200,000 on account of payment of damages could not proceed before the Judge, Family Court; it could only proceed as an ordinary civil suit.Recovery in suit for Maintenance:Plaintiff further contended that the entry of amount of Rs.200, 000 in the Nikahnama could not be termed as the property of the wife and further that the disputed amount was also not covered under the rule of actionable claims as envisaged by S. 130 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882. Contention of the husband was that suit for recovery of amount was not maintainable as it was not yet the property of wife and she only had a claim to recover the amount from husband on the basis of a special condition incorporated in Nikahnama was misconceived as the matter fell within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Family Court because Nikahnama was fully supported by the Schedule of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 (as amended on 01-10-2002) and by virtue of amendment in item No. 9 of the Schedule personal property belonging to the wife by all means vested in the lady with the right to bring an action against husband to claim the said amount upon proof that she was divorced without any reason attributed to her.About right of Wife for Action about Property:Wife was vested with the right of action and what was termed as actionable claim in the Transfer of Property Act, 1882; the said condition became operative the husband became indebted to the wife in the disputed amount, however, even if such debt was beneficial interest so occurring. Was conditional or did not fall within the meaning of actionable claim Constitutional petition was dismissed by High Court. 3. Wife willing to perform conjugal rights.Under the law for Muslim Family Laws Ordinance:Under S. 9 of the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961, wife in suit for restitution of conjugal rights willing to perform conjugal rights but deserted by the husband without lawful excuse, could claim maintenance. In suit for restitution of conjugal rights Petitioner, defendant in an earlier suit for conjugal rights submitted written statement claiming maintenance with an additional prayer for interim maintenance allowance under S. 17-A of West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964 which was allowed by the Family Courts and High Court approved the judgment of Family Court in constitutional petition. Husband withdrew his suit for restitution of conjugal rights, and on its dismissal the written statement, filed by the wife was also discarded and was held to be not triable and maintenance of wife in Pakistan was granted.For More Detail Visit these links:https://youtu.be/z3rtkFIJptchttps://tune.pk/video/8762180/get-professional-lawyer-for-procedure-of-court-marriage-in-pakistanhttps://www.reddit.com/user/binajmal22/comments/f69px2/best_lawyer_for_suit_of_power_of_attorney_in/http://www.24article.com/best-lawyer-for-short-process-of-dissolution-of-marriage-in-pakistan-2.htmlhttps://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/know-about-legal-way-for-maintenance-of.htmlhttps://arizonawet.arizona.edu/users/best-female-lawyer-khula-procedure-pakistanhttps://www.ko-fi.com/post/Best-Lawyer-in-Lahore-Pakistan-For-Best-Law-Firm-S-U7U71FCCF

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 David Roy  
 21 February 2020  

Figure Out the Suit For Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Petition for leave to appeal was sought in case of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan. Contention of petitioner/husband that while granting Khula no direction for the return of monetary benefits had been made in favor of the petitioner. High Court being satisfied that the dissolution of marriage in Pakistan by way of Khula was based on evidence and there was no infirmity, legal or otherwise, however, had observed that if the petitioner was keen for the return of benefits, if any, he could file a suit. Held, petitioner, as observed by the High Court had the right to seek the remedy but in case like the present one, he not having insisted, at proper stage, for the determination of exact benefits received by the wife for their return, as he might have thought below his dignity to do so, the same could not be asked for in the Constitutional jurisdiction of the High Court which was highly discretionary.Appeal of Suit of Dissolution for Marriage in Pakistan:Present case was not at all fit for grant of relief asked for in discretionary writ jurisdiction of the High Court. Judgment of the High Court being unexceptionable and matter having finally stood closed, it would be futile exercise for petitioner to file afresh suit. Leave to appeal was refused.  Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan if maintainable on any ground, same not to be assailable in writ jurisdiction. Decree for dissolution of marriage if maintainable on any ground cannot be assailable in writ jurisdiction simply because of failure or Judge Family Court to determine benefits received by wife as consideration of marriage thereof.Husband approached Court of District Judge for transfer of suit to elsewhere-Husband opted for resolution of his all matrimonial disputes with his wife through a panel of Advocates, nominated by him. During pendency of suits before Family Court at mailsi, husband approached Court of District Judge for transfer of suit to elsewhere.Suit transfer application from Husband:Suits were transferred to the Court of Senior Civil Judge. During pendency of the suits and transfer application before District Judge, husband opted for resolution of his all matrimonial disputes with his wife through a panel of Advocates, nominated by him, by making a statement on oath that any award/decision by panel would be binding upon him. Arbitrators filed their award before District Judge but was acted upon and incorporated by transferee Court in its judgment, where on basis of unanimous findings of panel of Advocates, suits filed by wife were decreed. Husband objected to decree passed by Family Court. Appeals were dismissed by first Appellate Court.Recovery after Dissolution of Marriage:Writ petition was allowed to check whether procedure adopted by Family Court was regular or irregular and was in accordance with law or otherwise. Any such attempt made by Judge Family Court for settlement of any matrimonial dispute including issue of dower, dowry, maintenance of wife is to advance the concept of Islamic Principle i.e., settlement of dispute in an amicable manner. Judgment and decree of Family Court which was confirmed in appeal by District Judge did not suffer from any jurisdictional error, nor were their judgments in any manner in conflict with procedure prescribed under Act. There were some misconception findings recorded by High Court by means of impugned judgment. Appeal was allowed in case of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan.For More Detail Visit these links:https://youtu.be/z3rtkFIJptchttps://tune.pk/video/8762180/get-professional-lawyer-for-procedure-of-court-marriage-in-pakistanhttps://www.reddit.com/user/binajmal22/comments/f69px2/best_lawyer_for_suit_of_power_of_attorney_in/http://www.24article.com/best-lawyer-for-short-process-of-dissolution-of-marriage-in-pakistan-2.htmlhttps://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/know-about-legal-way-for-maintenance-of.htmlhttps://arizonawet.arizona.edu/users/best-female-lawyer-khula-procedure-pakistanhttps://www.ko-fi.com/post/Best-Lawyer-in-Lahore-Pakistan-For-Best-Law-Firm-S-U7U71FCCF

Professional Lawyer For Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan
 Adam Roy  
 24 February 2020  

Issues in Suits for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Transfer of case, application for-Plaintiff had filed suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan and recovery of dowry articles. Plaintiff had filed suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan and recovery of dowry articles which was pending in the Court at place "L". Defendant had also filed suit for recovery of amount against the plaintiff, which was pending in the Court at place "G'. Plaintiff had sought transfer of Suit for recovery of amount filed by the defendant which was pending in the Court at place “to the Court at place "L" where her suit was pending. Contention of the plaintiff was that she was living at place "L" with her mother, who was an old lady and, could not pursue the case filed by defendant at place "G"'.Appeal for Transfer of Suit for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Defendant had opposed transfer application stating that same had been filed just to harass him, which fact was apparent from the order passed by Family Court at place "L" that plaintiff's side was very influential and that filing of transfer application was just to refrain him from pursuing his case; and that instead of transferring the case of defendant from place "G", the case pending at place "L could be transferred to place "G". Record of the case had revealed that plaintiff's side along with some lawyers of the local bar had attacked defendant in the Court and had caused serious injuries to him as well as his brother. Criminal case in that regard had already been registered against plaintiff's side. Submissions made on behalf of the defendant had full support from the order of the Family Court and F.l.R. lodged by the defendant.Judgment of Suit for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan:Case was already ripe for pronouncement of judgment in the near future. Transfer of the case at that stage would not be proper, in circumstances which were declined. Transfer of suit from one District to another District. Applicant had not taken any valid and cogent ground for transfer of suit. Such plea could not be a ground for transfer of suit. Transfer of case. Transfer of case was claimed on the grounds, firstly, that applicant was residing at place "K” Court dismissed transfer application in secondly, the address of respondent had wrongly been mentioned by the respondent before the Court below; and thirdly, respondent had contracted marriage without dissolution of marriage in Pakistan. All said grounds as urged by the applicant, did not call for transfer of the case.Result will be issued by Family Court:Family Court had jurisdiction when the girl had shown her residence and territorial jurisdiction was not governed by his residence without nothing was on record that plaintiff/respondent had changed or adopted the residence to defeat the territorial jurisdiction of any Court. No cogent reason for transfer of case was made out, in circumstances. High Court observed that applicant should approach the Trial Court, if at all he was able to convince the Court as to its territorial jurisdiction, the Court could pass such order as could be necessary. Wife who is not resident in Pakistan can seek transfer of case from one District to another District. Power u/s 25-A can be exercised by High Court suo motu. Transfer application. Petitioner pardanashin lady and also apprehended trouble at the hands of the respondent in the event of coming to the district to defend the application made against her of the custody of minor. Petitioner deserved accommodation in preference to the respondent in circumstances.For More Details Visit:https://youtu.be/z3rtkFIJptchttps://bitarticles.com/other-articles/best-lawyer-for-maintenance-of-wife-in-pakistan/https://www.reddit.com/user/davidroy33/comments/f79pnu/get_know_about_procedure_of_divorce_for_overseas/https://bitarticles.com/other-articles/expert-lawyer-for-consultancy-about-dissolution-of-marriage-in-pakistan/https://bitarticles.com/attorny-and-lawyer-articles/know-about-procedure-for-suit-of-maintenance-of-wife-in-pakistan/https://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/know-about-legal-way-for-maintenance-of.htmlhttps://ko-fi.com/post/Simple-Procedure-of-Suit-For-Power-of-Attorney-in-E1E21FUR2

What's the Legal Way For Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan?
 Adam Roy  
 26 February 2020  

Suit for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan in form of Divorce or Khula:Wife filed suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan at Lahore. Subsequently husband filed suit for restitution of conjugal rights at Rawalpindi. Wife sought transfer of husband's suit. Husband is not likely to suffer greater inconvenience if husband's suit is transferred to Court at Lahore. Husband's suit transferred. When Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan takes place? Where husband says that he has divorced his wife and the wife denies that she was divorced, the divorce should be held to take effect from the date upon which the statement was made by the husband. Dissolution of marriage in Pakistan at Lahore took place eleven months after the institution of suits by wife, husband instituted suit for restitution of conjugal rights at Attock. Husband did not move any application for transfer of suit, so he had to come. Wife instituted three suits including suit for to Lahore to contest the suits filed by wife. Wife made Lahore.File Suit for Dissolution of Marriage to Restitution of Conjugal Rights:Held: It is well-established that suits for dissolution same party should be tried by one and the same Judge application for the transfer of suit of husband from Attock took marriage and restitution of conjugal rights between them and more appropriate place for trial of suit is the place where wife had instituted the suit, in this view of matter suit for restitution of conjugal rights withdrawn from the Court at Attock and entrusted to Court at Lahore before which suit of wife are pending. Suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan filed by wife from her place of residence was different from place of solemnization of marriage. Suit for dissolution of marriage in Pakistan can be filed by wife from her place of residence which is different from place of solemnization of marriage. Family Courts in their matrimonial jurisdiction was marriage certificate. Only evidence on which matter could be decided by Family Courts in their matrimonial jurisdiction was marriage certificate, the basic document of marriage itself. Family Courts while pursuing their jurisdiction ignored or did not fully give effect to the terms in that document thus, acting illegally and otherwise than in accordance with law.Solving the suit by Shariat:Provision of Ordinance, prima facie seems to be in conflict with Shariat. These provisions have all along been given effect to by Courts in absence of proper forum to examine these provisions in light of Qur'an and Sunnah. Khula decree challenged in writ jurisdiction with contention that marriage could not be dissolved as wife had not returned jewellery and dowry given to her at time of marriage. Evidence on record not showing that wife was in possession of ornaments given to her by husband so she was not obliged to return the same. Evidence rather establishing that value ornaments and dowry were still retained by husband. Held Khula decree was in consonance with law and did not merit interference in writ jurisdiction on contention raised by1husband/petitioner.The Result for the suit for Dissolution of Marriage in Pakistan by Family Court:Dissolution of marriage, suit for-Wife being lecturer presumed to have married-Agony of wife Decree of dissolution not to be disturbed in exercise of writ jurisdiction. Wife being lecturer presumed to have married as free agent and not expected to seek dissolution within a year. Suit instituted at the age of 27 and prosecuted litigation quo dissolution for seven years. Order of remand of case, held, would prolong agony of wife. Decree of dissolution of marriage in Pakistan should not be disturbed in exercise of writ jurisdiction Article 199. Affirmation of dissolution of marriage through the ground of Khula can be done. Affirmation of dissolution of marriage through the ground of Khula challenged in Constitutional jurisdiction before High Court was considered invalid.For Further Detail Visit Following Websites:https://youtu.be/lnnLiiPsarQhttps://www.slideserve.com/binajmal/know-simple-way-to-get-nadra-divorce-certificate-in-pakistan-powerpoint-ppt-presentationhttps://vin.gl/p/2765112?wsrc=linkhttps://blog.storymirror.com/read/z4yyfzbh/best-female-lawyer-for-dissolution-of-marriage-in-pakistanhttps://bitarticles.com/attorny-and-lawyer-articles/expert-lawyer-for-consultancy-about-dissolution-of-marriage-in-pakistan/https://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/know-about-legal-way-for-maintenance-of.html