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Civil and Criminal Proceedings can be conducted simultaneously: Says SC

In a recent case, Civil Petition No.2000–L of 2020, the Supreme Court has held that the general rule is that theย  initiation of criminal proceeding does not bar a civil court to take cognizance of the same matter on civil side. The Court referring to Section 9 and Order 7 Rule 11 of C.P.C,ย  said […]

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Islamabad High Court holds that facts admitted in written statement cannot be denied at later stage in the process of tail.

Islamabad High Court while adjudicating a matter of enforcement of foreign judgment titled as Namoos Zaheer Versus Azfar Hasnain and another (R.F.A.No.28of2020) respondedย  to the objection raised by the appellant by holding that once a fact is admitted in written statement, it cannot be denied in the process of admission and denial of documents. The

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A subsequent vendee, having notice of the original agreement, is not a bona fide purchaser.

Lahore High Court, Lahore in case titled Malik Zulfiqar Ahmad etc. VS. Mosaddaq Parvaiz etc. has held that a subsequent vendee who has knowledge of the originalย  agreement with regard to the same land with another vendee byย  vendor cannot be said to be bona fide purchaser. Thus, benefit of proviso “b” of section 27

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