Article 175A. Appointment of Judges to the Supreme Court, High Courts and the Federal Shariat Court (1) There shall be a Judicial Commission of Pakistan, hereinafter in this Article referred to as the Commission, for appointment of Judges of the Supreme Court, High Courts and the Federal Shariat Court, as hereinafter provided. (2) For appointment… Read More Appointment of Judges of the superior Courts in Pakistan
ARTICLE- 209, SUPREME JUDICIAL COUNCIL (1) There shall be a Supreme Judicial Council of Pakistan, in this Chapter referred to as the Council. (2) The Council shall consist of, (a) the Chief Justice of Pakistan; (b) the two next most senior Judges of the Supreme Court; and (c) the two most senior Chief Justices of… Read More Supreme Judicial Council of Pakistan
The 17th Amendment to the Constitution brought a significant change in Article 209 of the Constitution. Prior to the Amendment, the Council could process only such matters as were referred to it by the President. Under the amended Article 209, the Council, besides a reference from the President, may, also on its own account, inquire… Read More THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COUNCIL [Pakistan]PROCEDURE OF INQUIRY, 2005
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government had introduced the 13th amendment in the interim constitution of AJK on May 31, 2018. Moreover, instead of originating the bill either in the council or the assembly, the government of AJK presented it directly in the joint sitting of AJK council and legislative assembly on the same day and… Read More Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government had introduced the 13th amendment in the interim constitution of AJK on May 31, 2018.
In 1970 the system of adult franchise was adopted and a democratic setup was introduced in Azad Jammu and Kashmir through Azad Jammu and Kashmir Act, 1970. For the first time, the Legislative Assembly, as well as President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, were also elected on the basis of adult franchise by the people… Read More Azad Jammu and Kashmir Interim Constitution Act, 1974.
THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1898. As amended by Act II of 1997 PART I – PRELIMINARY CHAPTER I 1. Short title Commencement Extent 2. [Repealed by Act X of 1914] 3. References to Code of Criminal Procedure and other repealed enactments. Expressions in former Acts 4. Definitions Words referring to acts. Words to have… Read More THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE OF PAKISTAN 1898
Pakistan Penal Code (XLV OF1860) [6th October, 1860] CONTENTS CHAPTER – I INTRODUCTION Preamble 1. Title and extent of operation of the Code 2. Punishment of offences committed within Pakistan 3. Punishment of offences committed beyond, but which by law ay be tried within Pakistan 4. Extension of Code on extra-territorial offences 5. Certain laws not… Read More Pakistan Penal Code 1860
SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN NOTIFICATION Rawalpindi, the 20th November, 1980 THE SUPREME COURT RULES, 1980 S.R.O.1159(I)/80.- – In exercise of the powers conferred under Article 191 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (hereinafter called the Constitution), the Supreme Court makes the following Rules:- PART I GENERAL ORDER I INTERPRETATION 1. (1) These… Read More The Supreme Court of Pakistan Rule 1980
The Pakistan Code Website (PCW) has been developed and is managed by Ministry of Law and justice, and shall be kept updated on regular basis. Presently, the Site contains more than Nine Hundred substantive laws. The process of dove-tailing delegated legislation with these laws is currently in hand.… Read More Law of Pakistan