Possibility of Court Marriage Without Notice:

Jamila Law Associates can conduct your court marriage without notice and Christian court marriage in Pakistan. Maintenance allowance (alimony). Interim maintenance to children, during the pendency of the suit, Family Court allowed interim maintenance (alimony) under S.36 of Christian Divorce Act, 1869, to wife and minor children after court marriage without notice and Christian court marriage in Pakistan.

Maintenance Order:

Appellate Court maintained order passed by Family Court. The plea raised by the husband was that it squarely covered maintenance (alimony) to wife under Christian Divorce Act, 1869. As far as maintenance of minor children pending the decision of proceedings was Concerned, no specific provision covered such aspect of the matter. In the absence of any specific provision for grant of maintenance to a minor, the West Pakistan Family Court Act, 1964, being not in conflict with the Christian Divorce Act, 1869, would be applicable in court marriage without notice and Christian court marriage in Pakistan.

West Pakistan Act:

 Nothing was available in West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964, by which it could be said to be inapplicable to Christians. It found maintenance allowance of wife and minors as determined by Appellate Court to conform with Ss.36 and 43 of Christian Divorce Act, 1869, and Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961 for court marriage without notice and Christian court marriage in Pakistan. No illegality or jurisdictional defect in the judgment of appellate Court, having been found same was not open to any interference by High Court, in the exercise of constitutional jurisdiction. The petition was dismissed in the circumstances. Comments Maintenance allowance (alimony).

Christian Court Marriage in Pakistan:

Interim maintenance after court marriage without notice and Christian court marriage in Pakistan to children during the pendency of the suit, Family Court allowed interim maintenance (alimony) under S.36 of Christian Divorce Act, 1869, to wife and minor children. Appellate Court maintained order passed by Family Court. The plea raised by the husband was that it squarely covered maintenance (alimony) to wife under Christian Divorce Act, 1869. Still, as far as maintenance of minor children pending the decision of proceedings was concerned, no specific provision covered such aspect of the matter of court marriage without notice and Christian court marriage in Pakistan.

Maintenance of Minors with Family Court Act:

 In the absence of any specific provision for grant of maintenance to minors, the West Pakistan Family Court Act, 1964, not in conflict with the Christian Divorce Act, 1869, would be applicable. Nothing was available in the West Pakistan Family Courts Act, 1964, by which it could be said to be inapplicable to Christians. It found maintenance allowance of wife and minors as determined by Appellate Court to conform to Ss.36 and 43 of Christian Divorce Act 1869 and Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961 for court marriage without notice and Christian court marriage in Pakistan. No illegality or Jurisdictional defect in the judgment of appellate Court, having been found same was not open to any interference by High Court, in /exercise of constitutional jurisdiction. The petition was dismissed.

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