Causes of Failure of 1956 Constitution Of Pakistan

causes of failure of 1956 constitution of Pakistan

Causes of Failure of 1956 Constitution of Pakistan: Muhammad Ayub Khan abrogated the 1956 Constitution of Pakistan and enforced Martial Law in the Country in 1958. Following are some important causes of the failure of the 1956 Constitution of Pakistan. One Unit Electorate issue Unicameralism Lack of Proper Election Misuse of Power Undue Interference by … Read more

Discharge Of Contract

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In a contract, there are certain rights and obligations on the parties to the contract. When these rights and obligations came to an end, it is known as the discharge of contract or the contract is terminated. Related Post: Contract of Agency and its Essentials Related Post: Contract of Bailment Relevant Provisions: Section 37, 38, … Read more

Government of India Act 1935 – Salient Features

government of India act 1935

Government of India Act 1935: Government of India Act 1935 was enacted on the 1st of April 1937. The political parties considered it disappointing and dissatisfactory. The famous Communal Award was announced by British Prime Minister Ramsay Macdonald in 1932. Next year the white paper also came into existence. A joint select committee was appointed … Read more

Salient Features of the 1956 Constitution of Pakistan

salient features of 1956 constitution of pakistan

The Constitution of 1956- The First Constitution of Pakistan: Muhammad Ayub Khan abrogated the 1956 Constitution (The First Constitution of Pakistan) and enforced Martial Law in the country in 1958. He became the head of the state. In the 1956 Constitution, A parliamentary form of government was introduced Where Prime Minister is the head of … Read more

Decree, Judgment and Order Under CPC

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Introduction to Decree: A decision given by a competent court of law has jurisdiction on a concerning matter or issue, which are either decrees or orders. A decree always follows the judgment, which is pronounced by the court, after hearing the case. It can either be declaratory or executory. Relevant Provisions: Section 2(2) for decree, … Read more