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Legal and Justice System in Pakistan

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Pakistanis and Expatriate Pakistanis can gain short and brief knowledge and procedures to adapt in order to deal with matters of legal nature.
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Matrimonial Laws:

An insight to Pakistan Marriage Laws
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Subsequently to divorce been finalized there is no division of movable or immovable property of the husband or the wife. Both will take back their respective personal movable or immovable property after divorce has been finalized. None of the parties are entitled to percentage in each others property. But their biological Children (if they had any) would be their sole legal heir and entitled to their parents' movable or immovable property after their deaths. Your any matters relating to Civil Law and Procedure, please email us by visiting http://www.legaldocdownload.com/contact-form.php
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Subsequently to divorce been finalized there is no division of movable or immovable property of the husband or the wife. Both will take back their respective personal movable or immovable property after divorce has been finalized. None of the parties are entitled to percentage in each others property. But their biological Children (if they had any) would be their sole legal heir and entitled to their parents' movable or immovable property after their deaths. Your any matters relating to Civil Law and Procedure, please email us by visiting http://www.legaldocdownload.com/contact-form.php
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