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Baluchistan Civil Disputes (Shariat) Applicaion Regulation, 1976

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Preamble

 

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Short title extent and commencement

 

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Adjudication of civil disputes according to Shariat

 

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Act V of 1908, Act I of 1872 and Act IX of 1908 to apply

 

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Courts for adjudication or disputes under this Regulation

 

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Constitution of Courts of Qazi and  Majalis-e-Shura, their territorial jurisdiction etc

 

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Power to make rules

 

 

Baluchistan Civil Disputes (Shariat) Applicaion Regulation, 1976

5th December 1976

A Regulation to provided for the adjudication of certain civil disputes in the Tribal Areas of Baluchistan according to Muslim (Shariat) Law.

Whereas it is expedient to provide for the adjudication of certain civil disputes in the Tribal Areas of Baluchistan according to Muslim (Shariat) law;

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (4) of Article 247 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the governor of Baluchistan, with the prior approval of the president, is pleased to make the following Regulation:—

 

1.         Short title extent and commencement.

1)                This Regulation may be called the Baluchistan Civil Disputes (Shariat Application) Regulation, 1976.

2)                It extends to the Tribal Areas of Baluchistan.

3)                It shall come into force in such area or areas and on such date or dates as the provincial Government may by notification in the official Gazette, appoint in this behalf.

 

2.         Adjudication of civil disputes according to Shariat.—

1)                Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any law for the time being in force or any custom or usage, all disputes of a civil nature, where the parties are muslims, shall be decided in accordance with Muslim (Shariat) Law:

Provided that noting in this subsection shall apply to cases by or against the Federal Government or a provincial Government or a Local Authority or a public Corporation or a public servant acting in the discharge of his duty.

2)                If all parties to a dispute of a civil nature any of whom is a non-Muslim agree to the dispute being adjudicated upon under this Regulation, such dispute shall, as far as practicable, be adjudicated upon accordingly.

 

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