Begum Nusrat Bhutto VS Chief of Army

nusrat bhutto case

Introduction to Nusrat Bhutto Case: The judiciary plays a very important role in the interpretation of statutes and laws. The judiciary has a pivotal role in the development of law. It develops law by giving judgments that become precedents. So, precedents may be regarded as a source of law. In Pakistan too, the superior courts gave judgments that became precedents.

The State VS Dosso Case: PLD 1958 SC 533

dosso case

Introduction to The State VS Dosso Case: The judiciary plays a very important role in the interpretation of statutes and laws. The judiciary has a pivotal role in the development of law. It develops law by giving judgments that become precedents. So, precedents may be regarded as a source of law. In Pakistan too, the superior Courts gave judgments that

Objective Resolution 1949

objective resolution

Introduction to Objective Resolution 1949: The objectives resolution is mentioned in the preamble of the 1973 Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. But it was not a substantive part of the Constitutional law. That’s why an amendment was made and Article 2-A came into existence. And it made the objectives resolution a substantive part of the Constitutional law. It

Consent In Contract Law

Free Consent in contract law

Introduction to Consent: Section 10 of the Contract Act, of 1872 lays down the essentials of a valid agreement, where it says that for an agreement to be valid, it should have been caused by the free consent of the parties. Contract: Definitions and Essentials Relevant Provisions: Sections 13, 14, 19, and 20 of the Contract Act, 1872. Meaning of

Definition of Contract of Agency and Its Essentials

Contract of agency and its essentials

A contract of agency is a two-party relationship in which one person acts as a representative to the other in business dealings in order to create contractual relations between that other and a third person. An agency may be created to perform any act that the creator of the agency himself could lawfully do. Contract: Definitions and Essentials Relevant Provisions:

Contract Breach

Contract Breach

Introduction to Contract Breach When one of the contracting parties refuses or fails to perform his part or obligation which he promised to perform, is a Contract Breach. A breach may be one by nonperformance, by repudiation, or by both. Every breach gives rise to a claim for damages & may also give rise to other remedies. Contract: Definitions and

Offer in Contract Law

offer in contract law

In the formation of a contract, the essential requirement is that there should be a consensus between the contracting parties by means of offer & acceptance. There must be a definite offer by one party to the other and an unqualified acceptance by the other party. Here you will know the offer in contract law in detail. Acceptance in Contract

Acceptance in Contract Law

Acceptance in contract law

In the formation of a contract, the essential requirement is that there should be a consensus between the contracting parties by means of proposal/offer and acceptance. There must be a definite proposal/offer by one party to the other and an unqualified acceptance by the other party. Here you will learn in detail acceptance in contract law. Relevant Provisions: Section 2(b),