- Delegated divorce (1)
- Stipulations benefiting women (1)
- Divorce (1)
- Personal law of Pakistan (1)
- Personal laws of Muslim states (1)
- Privy Council (1)
- Talaq al-tafwid (1)
- Talaq (1)
- East India Company (1)
- Legal history (1)
- Ashraf Ali Thanavi (1)
- Muslim personal law (1)
- Judicial history (1)
- Doctrine of precedent (1)
- Legal history, the judicial system of the East India Company, influence on Pakistani legal system (1)
- Legal history of Pakistan (1)
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Stipulations In A Muslim Marriage Contract With Special Reference To Talq Al-Tafwid Provisions In Paksitan, Muhammad Munir Dr.
Dr. Muhammad Munir
This work elaborates the over-technical topic of stipulations in a Muslim marriage contract; explains the various types of stipulations benefiting women and men; explains how and to what extent classical Islamic law is incorporated into statutes of many Muslim states; describes case law of Indo-Pak subcontinent on stipulations based on the doctrine of stare decisis; surveys talaq al-tafwid in Pakistan to ascertain the extent of its practical application by the masses; and explore the role of nikah registrars, who are authorized by the government of Pakistan to solemnize nikah (marriage contract) throughout the country.
The Judicial System Of The East India Company: Precursor To The Present Pakistani Legal System, Muhammad Munir Dr.
Dr. Muhammad Munir
The work discusses how the British East India Company came to the subcontinent for the purpose of trade in 1604 and how it slowly and gradually started interfering in the local justice system by acquiring revenue collection of 38 villages in 1717 near Calcutta. In 1765 the Company was granted revenue collection as well as customs of three provinces. The Company also acquired the administration of justice in the areas under its control and the role of Muslim qadis and judges was over. Company’s officials, who were traders rather than trained judges, were running the court system and the ...