Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan

Honourable Chief Justice of Pakistan
Mr.Justice Qazi Faez Isa

Cinque Terre

Hon'ble Chief Justice of
Sindh High Court
Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi










Honourable Chairman I.T. Committee of
Sindh High Court









Latest Case Law (Approved For Reporting)
1 . Const. P. 5876/2023 Rameez Ahmed V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210609 ]
Overlap between Regulation 25-2 and 25.9 of the Karachi Building and Town Planning Regulations 2002 explained
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

2 . Spl.Cr.A.A 22/2022 THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS KHI V/S AZAM WAHEED & ANTOHER Sindh High Court, Karachi
Acquittal appeal dismissed.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

3 . Spl.Cr.A.A 21/2022 THE COLLECTOR OF CUSTOM, CUSTOM HOUSE KHI V/S ABDULLAH WAHEED & ANOTHER Sindh High Court, Karachi
Acquittal appeal dismissed.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

4 . Suit 212/2000 HAJI FAZAL UL REHMAN. V/S ABDUL SATTAR & ORS. Sindh High Court, Karachi
Revocation of agency of sub-agent.
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Matter:-DECLARATION

5 . H.C.A 111/2019 M/s. Pakistan State Oil Co. Ltd. V/S M/s. Ahmed Brothers & another Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210690 ]
Matter:-COMPENSATION

6 . Suit 1930/2022 SYED MUHAMMAD KAZIM & OTHERS V/S M/S ALI BUILDERS & DEVELOPERS (PVT) LIMITED Sindh High Court, Karachi
Order VII rule 10 CPC; return of plaint on account of territorial jurisdiction.
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Matter:-Land Dispute

7 . R.A (Civil Revision) 10/2024 Arslan Habib Buriro V/S Rustam Ali Tunio Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Civil Revision

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 210679 ]
After the recording of evidence, the trial court was operating in the second stage of the summary suit and had to dig deeper into the evidence to decide the suit. The evidence brought on record required greater scrutiny, and the threshold of the burden of proof was on a higher pedestal based on the general principles of the law of evidence. Yet the trial court decided against the applicant/defendant on the assumption that the production of the cheque was sufficient and/or no further proof was required as the cheque was a negotiable instrument. This may be one of the considerations in deciding an application for leave to defend, but it was not proper for the trial court to overlook the circumstantial evidence produced by the applicant-defendant-Arslan Buriro and available in the suit file surrounding the alleged loan and the cheque issuance. Revision against the Execution allowed.
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Matter:-Impugned Judgement

8 . I. A 15/2023 Arslan Buriro V/S Rustam Ali Tunio Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Civil Court, exercising summary jurisdiction, discarded Roznamcha as it was not produced in evidence. However, said Roznamcha was produced by the SHO before two different Courts as well as cited in two separate Judgments one of which judgment attained finality. Roznamcha was part of judicial recitals and could not be ignored. Roznamcha established bonafide of the Appellant-Defendant claim that the cheque was reported lost in 2018 and could not be issued in 2019. Appeal allowed.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

9 . Const. P. 5056/2020 Aijaz Ahmed Abbasi V/S Province of Sindh and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Issue pertains to illegal construction in different areas of metropolitan city. The court issued directives for the Director General, SBCA to provide comprehensive financial records and details on enforcement measures. Further, the court directed for submission of reports from the Finance Secretary and Secretary of Local Government regarding funds allocated to the SBCA in last five years. Secretary Local Government shall ensure to submit detail of Director Generals of SBCA appointed in last five years.
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

10 . Const. P. 3380/2023 Anound Tasveer Jumani V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Jurisdiction of a Court under Article 199 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973 in the presence of an arbitration clause, Application of principles of Malice in law and the Public Procurement Regulatory Ordinance 2002 and the Public Procurement Rules 2004 to a government controlled Company.
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Matter:-AGAINST LETTER

11 . Const. P. 1917/2013 Mst. Asma Hashmi V/S Province of Sindh and Ors Sindh High Court, Karachi
Whether a Lease can be allotted in the presence of a registered lease over the same property.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

12 . Const. P. 5404/2022 Haroon Mahmood Tai & Others V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Whether a Society can through its bye laws restrain an owner of land that Society registered under the Sindh Cooperative Societies Act, 2022 from becoming a member of the Society
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Matter:-COOP. HOUSING SOCITIES

13 . R.A (Civil Revision) 5/2022 Sher Khan Jakhrani V/S Deputy Assistant Manager NADRA, Kashmore & others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 210647 ]
If the date mentioned on the Primary School Certificate was to be believed by the Applicant/Plaintiff when he applied for CNIC and furnished his information on Form A submitted to NADRA, he would be underage at the time of issuance of his CNIC (less than 18 years). Further, the Applicant/Plaintiff filed the same claim twice, first in 2015 and then again in 2020. Each application to NADRA does not constitute a fresh cause of action. Revision dismissed.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

14 . R.A (Civil Revision) 6/2022 Mir Khan Jakhrani V/S Federation Of Pakistan & Others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Jurisdiction

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 210649 ]
In view of the observations of the Division Bench in the unreported case of Nooruddin-SITE (supra) following the judgments of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, the Counsel for SK Jakhrani???s arguments to dislodge the applicability of the principles of res judicata on the ground that the pecuniary jurisdiction of the civil court which passed the judgment in the first suit is different from the pecuniary jurisdiction of the civil court in the subsequent suit, is reduced to a cipher
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

15 . Const. P. 6115/2023 Saad Aqil V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210577 ]
The rights of tenants in Buildings declared as Dangerous by the SBCA under Section 14 of the SBCO, 1979
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

16 . Const. P. 6372/2023 Allah Rakha & another V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
SBCA's counsel was directed to provide the mechanism of officer appointment, whether through the prometric system or third-party testing agencies, along with recruitment details from the past six years. The Secretary of Local Government, Government of Sindh, was instructed to submit any notifications related to oversight committees under Section 4B.
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

17 . Const. P. 1126/2020 Faraz Shahid Khan V/S Mehmood and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Taking judicial notice, the Court directed the Province of Sindh that Law Department shall notify the special Courts provided under the Act in the area(s) falling within the limits of municipal corporations by establishing independent Courts or by notifying regular Courts as Special Courts with the consultation of Hon???ble Chief Justice of Sindh as provided under the Act. This order shall be complied with within one month and non-compliance would have been considered as pejorative act on the part of concerned authorities.
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

18 . Const. P. 700/2024 Dawa Khan V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

19 . Const. P. 748/2024 Farhan Saleem V/S R.O PS-122 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

20 . Const. P. 702/2024 Saif ur Rehman V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

21 . Const. P. 704/2024 Syed Muhammad Taha V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

22 . Const. P. 705/2024 Atta Ullah V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

23 . Const. P. 709/2024 Syed Faisal Ali V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

24 . Const. P. 710/2024 Ramzan V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

25 . Const. P. 712/2024 Shujaat Ali V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

26 . Const. P. 719/2024 Muhammad Yasir V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

27 . Const. P. 725/2024 Zahooruddin V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

28 . Const. P. 732/2024 Jansher Junejo V/S R.O PS-98 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

29 . Const. P. 737/2024 Muhammad Akber V/S R.O PS-123 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

30 . Const. P. 740/2024 Mst. Fauzia Siddiqui V/S R.O PS-125 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

31 . Const. P. 744/2024 Bashir Ahmed V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

32 . Const. P. 688/2024 Khurram Sher Zaman V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

33 . Const. P. 734/2024 Arslan Khalid V/S R.O NA-248 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

34 . Const. P. 738/2024 Muhammad Jawaid Mukati V/S R.O PS-104 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

35 . Const. P. 707/2024 Abdul Qadeem V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

36 . Const. P. 717/2024 Bashir Ahmed Sodar V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

37 . Const. P. 739/2024 Muhammad Ahmed V/S R.O PS-124 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

38 . Const. P. 687/2024 Haleem Adil Shaikh V/S R.O NA-238 & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

39 . Const. P. 698/2024 Javaid Ahmed Chhatari V/S R.O NA-241 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

40 . Const. P. 699/2024 Ghulam Qadir V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

41 . Const. P. 703/2024 Zain Pervez V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

42 . Const. P. 706/2024 Salh Zada V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

43 . Const. P. 711/2024 Murad Shaikh V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

44 . Const. P. 714/2024 Aftab Jehangir V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

45 . Const. P. 736/2024 Syed Abbas Hasnain V/S R.O NA-247 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

46 . Const. P. 742/2024 Saeed Ahmed V/S PEC and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

47 . Const. P. 743/2024 Imran Ali Mithani V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

48 . Const. P. 745/2024 Uzair Ali Khan Ghori and Another V/S R.O NA-249 & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

49 . Const. P. 746/2024 Muhammad Asif Khan V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

50 . Const. P. 747/2024 Nusrat Ullah V/S R.O PS-126 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

51 . Const. P. 708/2024 Faheem Ali V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

52 . Const. P. 715/2024 Tariq Hussain V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

53 . Const. P. 720/2024 Syed Shafiq V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

54 . Const. P. 721/2024 Abdul Jabbar Khan V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

55 . Const. P. 724/2024 Ali Ahmed Palh V/S R.O P.S 103 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

56 . Const. P. 733/2024 Khalid Mehmood Ali V/S R.O PS-231 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

57 . Const. P. 735/2024 Agha Arsallan Khan V/S R.O PS-101 and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

58 . Const. P. 741/2024 Amjad Iqbal Afridi V/S PEC and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

59 . Const. P. 716/2024 Rabistan Khan V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

60 . Const. P. 718/2024 Shakil Ahmed V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

61 . Const. P. 701/2024 Muhammad Alamgir Khan V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

62 . Const. P. 4058/2022 Al-Ghazi Tractors Ltd V/S Pakistan & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Sales Tax

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210298 ]
Petition dismissed as not maintainable. No cause of action accrued; a mere challenge to vires of Rules will not confer jurisdiction
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Matter:-SALES TAX.

63 . R.A (Civil Revision) 108/2019 Syed Muzafar Ahmed Ashraf through his L.Rs.& ors. V/S Anwar Ali Janwri and others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Civil Revision (All issues not decided)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 210296 ]
The onus was on the Plaintiff to prove his claim to succeed in his suit. A prayer clause has no place in the Written Statement, and the trial court should have ignored it. Instead, the trial court copied and pasted the prayer clause from Defendant/Respondent No.1???s Written Statement as an issue on which parties were at variance when this was clearly not the case. Issue No.5, framed by the trial court, was wholly alien and did not arise from the pleadings. As such, it was rightly ignored by the trial court in its judgment. The trial court correctly decided the suit on the sole issue of maintainability, and for the reasons discussed hereinabove, there was no need to examine the other issues framed by the trial court. Revision dismissed.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

64 . Criminal Appeal 105/2021 Qamaruddin Jajooho V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-R.I FOR 5 YEARS & ABOVE

65 . Const. P. 537/2024 M. Ishaq Memon V/S Mst. Asma Maria and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-FOR ENQUIRY

66 . Const. P. 52/2024 Mst Nihal Khatoon V/S SHO PS Mahota & Ors Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Harassment & Protection

67 . Suit 1161/2009 MUHAMMAD FEROZE AKHTAR V/S MUHAMMAD NASIM AKHTAR Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210312 ]
Effect of Article 79 Qanun-e-Shahadat Order.
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Matter:-Land Dispute

68 . Const. P. 85/2024 Fayyaz Ai Butt V/S RO PS-81 Mehar, District Dadu & Ors Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Elections Act, 2017

Change in Polling Station - Petitioner had filed objections - no case made out for any interference. Petition dismissed.
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Matter:-Election Matter

69 . I. A 1/2015 Hafiz Khair Mohammad Choliani V/S Z.T.B Ltd & Others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 210197 ]
Appellant-Customer, after having availed finance from Respondent-Bank, had no legs to stand, pleading that the Bank did not ask him for his CNIC and disbursed the loan on NIC. Documents available on record confimed Appellant-Customer's ID and obligation to the Respondent-Bank. Appeal dismissed.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

70 . Const. P. 119/2022 Khalid Ahmed Tanwri V/S District & Sessions Judge Shikarpur & Others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 210199 ]
Three Brothers. Chachaa-Uncle-Petitioner allegedly co-owner of Suit Property impleaded only one brother's nephew in Suit but not the eldest brother. Nephew impleaded in Suit submitted in Written Statement interests of the eldest brother in the Suit Property. Eldest brother's children necessary party, impleaded by the trial court, and order upheld by Appellate Court. Petition challenging the two Orders of the lower Courts dismissed as Petition not maintainable in Writ Jurisdiction.
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Matter:-Impugned Order/ F.C Suit

71 . Const. P. 105/2024 Muzafar Ali Brohi & Another V/S Returning Officer & Others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Elections Act, 2017


Matter:-Election Matter

72 . Const. P. 648/2024 Fossil Energy (Pvt) Ltd V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST SECTION

73 . Const. P. 628/2024 M/s Cnergyico Pk Ltd V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST NOTIFICATION

74 . Spl. Cus. Ref. A. 412/2022 Director, D. G., Int.& Inv (Custom) Hyderabad. V/S Liaquat Ali and another Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Custom Act, 1969

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210161 ]
2nd Proviso to Section 157(2) of the Customs Act, is not applicable retrospectively. Vehicles used in smuggling with false cavities and extra tanks cannot be released on payment of redemption fine.
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Matter:-CUSTOM MATTER

75 . H.C.A 39/2016 Mohammad Qasim & another V/S M/s. Gulshan-e-Faisal & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: H.C.A

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210201 ]
Notarized Oral Gift Deed could not be proved. Representative of Society filed a vague Written Statement and did not step into the witness box. The subsequent chain of registered sale deeds, including the Appellant-Defendant proving the registration of the sale deed, could not rescue them once the entire superstructure of sale deeds collapsed. Appeal dismissed.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

76 . Const. P. 6026/2023 Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui V/S SBCA and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210603 ]
Matter:-AGAINST NOTICE

77 . Const. P. 5549/2022 Syed Mohsin Mahzar V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210601 ]
Scope of Deemed Approval, Alteration and Regularisation under the Karachi Building and Town Planning Regulations , 2002 and the Sindh Building Control Ordinance, 1979
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Matter:-DEMOLITION

78 . Const. P. 87/2024 M/s Crown International V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST PROCEEDINGS

79 . Const. P. 595/2024 Muhammad Shoaib Jamil V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

80 . R.A (Civil Revision) 33/2023 Chakar Bijarani & others V/S Abdul Rasool Bijarani & others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Civil Revision under section 115 CPC)

As per Written Statement filed by Applicant-Defendants, they purchased suit land from co-sharer knowing fully well the risks associated with such purchase. They never had consent to the sale of the remaining co-sharers (2/3rd share). Suit partially decreed, Applicant-Defendants claim over property declined by trial court. Appellate Court upheld Judgment and Decree. No case for Revision made out.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

81 . Cr.J.A 36/2019 Ali Nawaz V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-LIFE IMPRISONMENT

82 . Cr.Bail 50/2024 Niaz Ali Maitlo V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-CUSTODY

83 . Cr.Acq.A. 98/2023 Sik Ali Jagirani V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

84 . Criminal Appeal 46/2023 Muhammad Bachal & Others V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-R.I FOR 5 YEARS & ABOVE

85 . Suit 563/2007 MCB Bank Limited V/S EMAD UL HASAN Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Section 21-Comparison Pecuniary, Territorial and Subject-Matter Jurisdiction)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210055 ]
Plaintiff-Bank elected to proceed against Customer for recovery of loan in the ordinary civil jurisdiction. The trial court never framed any issue of jurisdiction, and parties had concluded evidence. Appellate Court framed issue of jurisdiction to be decided by the trial court. Defendant urged that returning the Plaint to the Banking Court after 16 years would be tantamount to failure of justice. Principles discussed in unreported Judgement dated 11.01.2024 in High Court Appeal No.129 of 2017, Nooruddin & others Versus M/s Sindh Industrial Trading Estate & others applied. The factor of delay may be one of the considerations when examining the question of territorial and pecuniary jurisdiction but not subject-matter jurisdiction. Delay in identifying subject-matter jurisdiction may not be considered as a failure of justice as set out in Section 21 of CPC.
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Matter:-RECOVERY

86 . I. A 7/2023 S.S.G.C. L V/S Irshad Ali Bhutto and antoher Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Gas (Theft, Control and Recoverey) Act, 2016 (Section 6 -Complaints and Suits), Gas (Theft, Control and Recoverey) Act, 2016

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 210099 ]
The suit filed by SSGC was hopelessly time-barred. Gas Utility Court is not obliged to decide the question of maintainability after its decision on the leave to defend application. Gas Company's allegation that the Defendant-Customer was involved in the theft of gas, no ground to condone limitation..
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

87 . H.C.A 128/2017 Rifat Saeed & another V/S Zahid Saeed & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Injunction Granted. )

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210116 ]
Plaintiffs prayed for a restraining order, which is a form of equitable and discretionary relief that is to be invoked in the aid of justice and not to aid injustice and favor one party over another. If we do not grant relief, then the subject matter of the suit, which is essentially a family dispute, may well become complicated and potentially frustrate the decree, if any. While a case for stay is made out, which is allowed however the trial court correctly dismissed the Receiver's appointment because receivership is the harshest remedy in civil law
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

88 . Spl. Cus. Ref. A. 633/2020 Director, I & I, Hyderabad V/S M/s Smart Power System (Pvt.) Ltd. & another Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Custom Act, 1969

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210049 ]
initial burden of proof under section 187 of the Customs Act, 1969; discharge thereof; requirements
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Matter:-AGAINST THE JUDGEMENT

89 . Const. P. 6020/2023 Muhammad Nawaz Khan Niazi V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-DIRECTION

90 . Const. P. 86/2021 National Refinery Ltd Thr. Rana Waqar Haider V/S Muhammad Zakir and others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC

Writ of certiorari.
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Matter:-WORKMAN

91 . Cr.Bail 683/2023 Gul Muhammad & Ors V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

92 . Const. P. 87/2021 National Refinery Ltd V/S Shakir Mehmood Siddiqui and others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC

Writ of certiorari.
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Matter:-WORKMAN

93 . Cr.Bail 241/2023 Fahad Siyal & Others V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

94 . Cr.Bail 657/2023 Rehan Khan Jalbani V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

95 . Cr.Bail 766/2023 Altaf Ali Gadehi V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

96 . Const. P. 549/2024 Taufeequddin Siddiqi V/S Election Commissioner of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

97 . Cr.Bail 679/2023 Barkat Ali Machi V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

98 . Cr.Bail 676/2023 Abdul Jabbar and others V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

99 . Const. P. 478/2024 Rana Muhammad Khalil V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Right of a Person to claim Post Facto Regularisation under the Doctrine of Necessity where there was no Approval ever applied for by.
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Matter:-PROPERTY MATTER

100 . Spl.Cr.A.A 8/2023 THE STATE THROUGH COLLECTOR OF CUSTOM KHI V/S FATEH MUHAMMAD & ANTOHER Sindh High Court, Karachi
Sufficient cause to condone limitation in Criminal Acquittal Appeal under Customs Act.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

101 . Const. P. 4972/2023 Shamim Ahmed & Another V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Custom Act, 1969 (Section 25-A)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210005 ]
No interim relief or provisional release can be granted by this Court when assessment has been made on Valuation Ruling under Section 25A of the Customs Act
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Matter:-CUSTOM MATTER

102 . Const. P. 5575/2023 Muhammad Naeem V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Imports and Exports (Control) Act, 1950

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210009 ]
Afghan Transit goods for which Bills of Lading have been issued are also protected under Para 4 of Import Policy Order 2022.
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Matter:-CUSTOM MATTER

103 . Spl.Cr.A.A 7/2023 THE STATE THOROUGH COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS KHI V/S TALIB HUSSAIN & ANOHTER Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210095 ]
Sufficient cause to condone limitation in Criminal Acquittal Appeal under Customs Act.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

104 . Const. P. 507/2024 Hasan Baig and Others V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-DIRECTION

105 . Cr.Acq.A. 134/2023 The State through Prosecutor General Sindh V/S Anwar Mari Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Sindh Arms Act, 2013 (Contradiction in evidence)

It is observed that the presumption of innocence applies doubly upon acquittal, and that such a finding is not to be disturbed unless there is some discernible perversity in the determination of the trial Court that can be said to have caused miscarriage of justice. The judgment of acquittal should not be interjected until the, findings are perverse, arbitrary, foolish, artificial, speculative and ridiculous.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

106 . Const. P. 2661/2011 Jinsar Ali Bhutto V/S PO Sindh and others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Service

107 . R.A (Civil Revision) 91/2022 Hussaini S/o Asghar Ali V/S Ali Tayab and others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order XX Rule 5)

Headnote is not a case law.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE JUDGEMENT

108 . Const. P. 2070/2015 Muhammad Hashim V/S Mst. Anita Kalim and Ors Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210085 ]
This is not the court which can reappraise the facts as concurrently maintained by the two courts below as this is not the court of appeal. The jurisdiction of this court under Article-199 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan in relation to findings of facts is limited. The petitioner has already exhausted their remedies by moving the application under Section-12(2) CPC followed by dismissal of revision application and this court under Article-199 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan cannot sit on the concurrent findings of facts of two courts below. No interference is required as far as the dismissal of the main revision application is concerned.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

109 . Spl.H.C.A 153/2022 Fateh Textile Mills Pvt Ltd & Others V/S Allied Bank of Pakistan Ltd. Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Scheme of auction proceedings highlighted in order XXI Rule 66, 84, 85, 89, 90 and 92)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210089 ]
It seems that while the claim of the bank is being multiplied continuously with the passage of time, whereas, the value of the property as determined in the year 2016 was fixed to be set off against current exaggerated claim of Bank. This is no justification. No one should suffer on account of court???s error whether it is a borrower or the bank. If at all the claim is to be set off, it should be set off in terms of the present market value and not on the basis of value of 2016 against claim of bank, as exist now. Six years have been passed and the properties must have been multiplied manifolds, which was not accounted.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

110 . I. A 120/2016 Faysal Bank Limited V/S Masood Asghar & another Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Financial Institutions (Recovery of Finances) Ordinance XLVI of 2001 (Recovery)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209989 ]
Financial Institutions (Recovery of Finances) Ordinance, 2001 (???FIO 2001???) is a special law and covers all proceedings upto execution. In the previous law that is Act of 1997, it enabled the Court to convert the proceedings into execution application on preferring an application whereas the frame of instant law is different as can be seen in terms of Section 19 of the FIO 2001. It provides that upon announcement of Judgment and decree the suit shall automatically convert into execution application. Thus no sooner the Judgment and Decree is passed the proceedings stand converted into execution application and the act does not provide a way to file a fresh execution application, as inadvertently did by the appellant. At the most, since an appeal was pending before this Court and the machinery of execution was not triggered, the application that was inadvertently moved as an execution application could at the most be considered for triggering machinery of the Banking Court where the suit was decreed and converted into execution application.
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Matter:-BANKING

111 . Spl. Cus. Ref. A. 288/2020 Collector of Customs V/S M/s. Unique Industries Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210001 ]
only such question of law can be answered under Section 196 of the Customs Act which arise out of the Order of Tribunal
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Matter:-CUSTOM MATTER

112 . Spl. Cr. A. 13/2002 Mohammad Siddique Pechuho V/S The State Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Custom Act, 1969 (Section 32(1) read with section 156)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209961 ]
Officer of Customs can be charged for offence u/s 32(1) of the Customs Act.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE JUDGEMENT

113 . Const. P. 81/2024 Asad Ahmed V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Election Matters


Matter:-Election Matter

114 . Const. P. 406/2024 Major (R) Shahid Mehmood Awan V/S M/s Karwan-e-Royal Karachi and Ohters Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

115 . Cr.Bail 738/2023 Imdad Jalbani V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

116 . Cr.Bail 319/2023 Yahya Jafferi V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

117 . Suit 104/2024 AQEELA YOUNUS & OTHERS V/S SINDH BUILDING CONTROL AUTHORITY & ANOTHER Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (O. XXXIX, Rule 1 & 2 Dismissed.)

Scope of deemed approval under section 7-D SBCO, 1979.
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Matter:-Land Dispute

118 . Cr.Bail 443/2023 Asif Ali Korai V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Criminal Pre Arrest Bail (Rule of Consistency)


Matter:-PRE ARREST BAIL

119 . Cr.Bail 736/2023 Rashid @ Muhammad Ali another V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

120 . Criminal Miscelleneous 782/2023 Ayaz Hussain & another V/S SSP N/Feroze & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Application under section 561-A Cr.PC (Direction for Registration of FIR)


Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

121 . Suit 1098/2023 NEW METALLURGY HI-TECH GROUP CO. LTD. V/S SIDDIQSONS TIN PLATE LIMITED Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order 39 Rule 1 & 2 CPC)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209785 ]
The application for an ad-interim injunction filed by the plaintiff allowed as prayed. The decision on the enforcement of the Award is adjourned sine die. The adjournment is in place until the final hearing, following the decision of Case No. HC/OA 809/2022, which is pending before the High Court of Singapore.
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

122 . R.A (Civil Revision) 78/2023 Dur Muhammad Malik V/S Zafarullah Malik & others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Paternity of child questioned )

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 209791 ]
Respondent/Zafarullah, born in the year 2000, claimed paternity from Applicant/Dur Muhammad, except that his father, Dur Muhammad, took the position that he divorced Zafarullah's mother, Zulekhan, in 1998. Zafarullah's mother, his phuppi and step-father, all gave oral testimony that Zafarullah's mother was divorced in 2002. Dur Muhammad produced no evidence under DMMA in support dissolution of marriage that he divorced his first wife (Zafarullah's mother) in 1998. DNA testing would not come to his aid in the facts and circumstances of the case. Presumption of Article 128 of Qanun e Shahadat Order 1984, presumption of marriage and his evidence did not support Dur Muhammad's cause. Revision Dismissed.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

123 . H.C.A 52/2023 Khoula Siddiqui Advocate V/S Tariq Bin Azad & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209789 ]
It was eventually be decided by the learned single Judge on the strength of the evidence likely to be recorded by the parties, however, prima facie it seems that the amount was paid from the account of deceased Azad Bin Haider and at this point of time respondent No.1 (son of deceased), cannot get away with the entire rental income of the aforesaid property depriving the daughters of deceased. In all fairness, he could only claim his share out of the rental income from the said property from the Nazir, whereas, rest of the amount shall remain with the Nazir duly invested in a profit bearing scheme, until and unless it is resolved by the court. Order accordingly.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

124 . Civil Tran 17/2023 Abdul Aziz Tagar V/S Mst. Noor-e-Saba Tagar Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-For Case Transfer

125 . Cr.Bail 731/2023 Saddam Hussain Mirani V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

126 . Cr.Bail 730/2023 Saddam Hussain Mirani V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

127 . Suit -406/2023 NAHID NOOR & OTHERS V/S THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order 39 Rule 1 & 2 CPC)

Injunction Denied: Court dismissed request for halting Flyover construction, finding plaintiffs lacked legal standing. Insufficient Evidence: Plaintiffs did not provide necessary Sanads or lineage proof to support their case.
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Matter:-Land Dispute

128 . Suit 2112/2023 AZIZ KHALID & ANOTHER V/S PROVINCE OF SINDH & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (O. XXXIX, Rule 1 & 2 Dismissed.)

Court determined plaintiffs lacked a prima facie case for an injunction against Sindh Textbook Board's appointment notifications. Mandatory Compliance Directed: Ordered Sindh Government to appoint Sindh Textbook Board members within fifteen days.
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Matter:-Others

129 . Const. P. 84/2023 Parvez Ali Khaskheli V/S P.O Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: CONSTITUTION OF PAKISTAN, 1973 (Article 25-A Right to education)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-SUK - 209671 ]
In a comprehensive judgment, the court issued multiple directives aimed at overhauling the education sector in Sindh to ensure alignment with national and global standards. Key directives issued in the judgment to the concerned quarters include:- ??? Launch awareness programs for education importance. ??? Reopen closed schools with updated codes and staff. ??? Quickly hire merit-based teachers and staff. ??? Form a committee to adjust teacher-student ratios. ??? Swiftly hire non-teaching alongside teaching staff. ??? Recognize and meet the needs of upgraded schools. ??? Promote physical activities in schools. ??? Use budgets efficiently for education projects. ??? Allocate unused funds to school maintenance. ??? Start urgent school repairs and provide necessary facilities. ??? Extend all degrees to four years to meet global standards. ??? Restore Technical Education up to the Metric level. ??? Chief Secretary to monitor progress of these directives. ??? Recruit staff urgently to operationalize closed schools. ??? Make closed schools functional with necessary resources. ??? Ensure school renovations and create accessible paths. ??? Ensure compliance and accountability for these directives. ??? Upgrade schools with digital resources and IT curriculum. ??? Update libraries with internet and digital access. ??? Make education accessible to all and ensure regular attendance. ??? Install solar panels and basic facilities in schools. ??? Prioritize high-quality education for student development
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Matter:-EDUCATION

130 . I. A 59/2020 Arshad Mirza V/S Darsyus T. Sethna & another Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Jurisdiction , Summary suit on negotiable instruments (Denovo Proceeding)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209743 ]
There is no cavil to this proposition that under special summary chapter, only special jurisdiction is conferred upon the court, proceeding whereunder could only be seen under negotiable instruments and any deviation thereof would give rise to an exercise of jurisdiction not vested upon the court and the order/judgment is only a nullity. In the instant matter, a decree is passed under summary chapter against an individual who has not executed any negotiable instrument and hence could not have been subjected to summary proceedings. Certainly, if the presence of appellant/defendant No.2 was necessary and important in the wisdom of plaintiff/respondent No.1, in the sense that he was a guarantor or that amount could be recovered from him, then the case could have been proceeded against them/him under ordinary civil jurisdiction. When confronted, Mr. Fazal ur Rehman that this decree could not have been passed under summary chapter against him and/or could not be executed against the appellant, learned counsel for the respondents though initially insisted that it was a belated attempt on the part of the appellant to raise this point, but later conceded as no limitation would run against an order which is a nullity or without jurisdiction in the eyes of law.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

131 . Const. P. 678/2022 Mohammad Faraaz Shaikh Thr. Syed Muhammad Shariq V/S Javeria Shahani and others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210051 ]
Matter:-CUSTODY MATTER

132 . Cr.Bail 756/2023 Mst. Sakina Khatoon V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

133 . Cr.Bail 436/2023 Sikandar Ali Kalhoro V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

134 . Cr.Tran 52/2023 Abdul Hameed and Others V/S The State and another Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-For Case Transfer

135 . Cr.Bail 757/2023 Mst. Zahida @ Mouran V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

136 . II.A. 3/2022 Nina Industries Limited V/S Bhanero Textile Mills Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Limitation ), CONSTITUTION OF PAKISTAN, 1973 (Article 24 of Constitution of Pakistan )

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209787 ]
A legitimate claim is also proprietry, protected under Article 24 of the Constitution.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE JUDGEMENT

137 . Const. P. 1585/2023 Hamid Mehmood & Others V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210611 ]
Interpretation of Regulation No.18-4.1 of the Karachi Building & Town Planning Regulations, 2002 in respect of the conversion of amenity plots.
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

138 . H.C.A 224/2020 Mst. Khursheed Begum & others V/S Muhammad Iqbal & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC, Civil Procedure Code CPC (Scheme of auction proceedings highlighted in order XXI Rule 66, 84, 85, 89, 90 and 92)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209669 ]
The rights of the legal heirs to intervene in terms of Order XXI Rule 89 and 90 CPC (though both rules are separate in nature), to be exercised within 30 days??? time of the acceptance of offer, as sale certificate was also ordered to be issued
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

139 . Suit 845/2023 Afiniti Software Solutions (Pvt.) Ltd V/S Syed Muneeb Hussain & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order 39 Rule 1 & 2 CPC)

Admittedly, there is no privity of contract between the plaintiff and defendant; the restraint in respect of other, notwithstanding the tenability thereof, is demonstrably past its expiration. The restraint sought in this application does not satisfy the anvil of the law, as enumerated supra, and the necessary ingredients of prima facie case, balance of convenience and the apprehension of irreparable loss have not been set forth by the plaintiff, hence, this application is dismissed
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

140 . Const. P. 2241/2023 Syed Kamran Yonus and Others V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Rights of allottees in illegally constructed buildings and the right to regularise under the Sindh Building Control Ordinance, 1979
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

141 . II.A. 192/2022 Sumbul Saud W/o Saud Hasan Khan V/S Humaira Mateen Thr. Syed Muhammad Mateen & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST THE JUDGEMENT

142 . Const. P. 356/2024 Muhammad Mohsin Khan V/S Presiding Office Dist..Judge South & Ors Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST CIRCULAR

143 . H.C.A 234/2023 Cedar Pvt. Ltd V/S Soneri Bank Ltd & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Sindh Rented Premises Ordinance,1979 (section 12), Law Reforms Ordinance (Appeal Against modification in Interim Order)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209673 ]
*The subject matter of the suit is not just simply a negotiable instrument but it is the rent of the subject period which was not paid, therefore, there is no logic in saying that since the Rent Controller could not pass any order on ???negotiable instrument???. **Section-12 of the SRPO, 1979 does not empower the civil court to adjudge necessary repairs to be carried out by the landlord; neither an application was filed by the tenant in this regard. ***once the rent is deposited pursuant to the orders of the Court, which the appellant had not deposited till date, the tenant/appellant will ???not??? be under the obligation to deposit the arrears of rent in compliance of Section-16(1) of the SRPO, 1979, as the tenant cannot be waxed twice. Security would not come in the way unless the tenant vacates the premises.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

144 . Const. P. 70/2024 Attique Rahman Phulpoto V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-SUK - 209681 ]
Matter:-Election Matter

145 . Suit 1539/2023 CURATECH PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

146 . Suit 1546/2023 ASIAN CONTINENTAL (PVT.) LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

147 . Suit 1595/2023 HERBION PAKISTAN PVT LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

148 . Suit 1294/2023 M/s. Ferozsons Laboratories Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts.
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Matter:-Others

149 . Const. P. 58/2024 Kamran Ahmed Khalili & Others V/S Sindh Bank Ltd Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST NOTICE

150 . Suit 1682/2023 M/S. ABBOTT LABORATORIES PAKISTAN LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

151 . Suit 1837/2023 EXCEL HEALTHCARE LABORATORIES (PVT.) LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

152 . Suit 1922/2023 Ethical Laboratories (Pvt.) Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

153 . Suit 1286/2023 Maple Pharmaceuticals (Pvt.) Ltd V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

154 . Cr.J.A 12/2023 Muhammad Ismail Pathan V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: CNS Act, 1997 (Reduction in sentence as Undergone )

It is a well-established principle of law that in special circumstances, the Court at its discretion can divert from the norms and standards prescribed in terms of sentencing after assigning cogent reasons.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court(Narcotics Upto 7 Years)

155 . Suit 1404/2023 M/S. GETZ PHARMA (PVT.) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & ANOTHER Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

156 . Suit 254/2021 M/S INDUS PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-SUIT FOR DECLERATION

157 . Suit 563/2021 M/S. NOVO NORDISK PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-SUIT FOR DECLERATION

158 . Suit 1262/2021 M/S. GLAXOSMITHKLINE PAKISTAN LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-INJUNCTION

159 . Suit 1295/2023 M/s. BF Biosciences Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

160 . Suit 1296/2023 M/s. High Q. Pharmaceuticals V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

161 . Suit 1297/2023 M/s. High Q. International V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

162 . Suit 1317/2023 M/s. The Searle Company Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

163 . Suit 1318/2023 M/s. Searle Pakistan Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

164 . Suit 1320/2023 M/s. Lucky Core Industries Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)


Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

165 . Suit 1368/2023 PFIZER PAKISTAN LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

166 . Suit 1471/2023 M/S. TABROS PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

167 . Suit 1571/2023 M/S. ABBOTT LABORATORIES PAKISTAN LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

168 . Suit 1287/2023 Maxitech Pharma (Pvt.) Ltd V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

169 . Suit 1299/2023 Helix Pharma (Private) Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

170 . Suit 1344/2023 OTSUKA PAKISTAN LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

171 . Suit 1591/2023 LAB DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS (SMC) PVT LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

172 . Suit 1547/2023 GENIX PHARMA PVT. LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

173 . Cr.Bail 737/2023 Ahmeduddin Brohi V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

174 . Suit 2119/2021 M/S. CCL PHARMACEUTICALS PVT LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-DECLARATION

175 . Suit 2883/2021 BROOKS PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-INJUNCTION

176 . Suit 1242/2023 SIGMA Pharma International (Pvt.) Ltd V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

177 . Suit 1548/2023 DANEEN PHARMA PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

178 . Suit 1075/2023 HEALTHTEK PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

179 . Suit 1076/2023 M/S. HAKIMSONS IMPEX (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

180 . Suit 1077/2023 M/S. AMBROSIA PHARMACEUTICALS V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

181 . Suit 1365/2023 M/S. CCL PHARMACEUTICALS PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

182 . Suit 1366/2023 M/S. AGP LIMITED & ANOTHER V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)


Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

183 . Suit 1367/2023 M/S ASPIN PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

184 . Suit 1374/2023 M/S. SURGE LABORATORIES PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)


Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

185 . Suit 1390/2023 M/S. MARTIN DOW MARKER LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

186 . Suit 1400/2023 MACTER INTERNATIONAL LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

187 . Suit 1452/2023 RG PHARMACEUTICA V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

188 . Suit 535/2021 M/S. INDUS PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-SUIT FOR DECLERATION

189 . Suit 1319/2023 M/s. Searle IV Solutions Private Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

190 . Suit 1369/2023 WYETH PAKISTAN LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

191 . Spl.Cr.A.A 6/2022 COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS KHI EAST V/S SHEIKH MUHAMAD NAEEM & ANOTHER Sindh High Court, Karachi
Acquittal Appeal dismissed.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

192 . Suit 1335/2023 M/s. Punjab Medical Services V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

193 . Suit 1343/2023 MEDIPAK LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

194 . Suit 1354/2023 M/S. BOSCH PHARMACEUTICALS (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

195 . Suit 1391/2023 M/S. MARTIN DOW LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

196 . Suit 1392/2023 M/S. SEATLE PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

197 . Suit 1393/2023 M/S. MARTIN DOW SPECIALITIES PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

198 . Suit 1923/2023 Bio-labs (Private) Limited V/S Federation of Pakistan & others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

199 . Suit 2925/2021 M/S HIGH-Q PHARMACEUTICALS V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-INJUNCTION

200 . Suit 1073/2023 M/S. INDUS PHARMA (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

201 . Suit 1074/2023 SAMI PHARMACEUTICALS PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

Appropriate remedy is appeal before Appellate Board and if aggrieved, writ jurisdiction at Islamabad High Court, therefore captioned plaints are liable to be rejected Under Order VII Rule 11 C.P.C along-with injunction applications. However subsequently in view of directions issued by this court, authority passed speaking order, but the same has not been assailed before Appellate Authority in line with the provisions of Section 9 & 9A, of the Drugs Act, 1976, nor the plaints were amended, as a result of which the present suit proceedings would not serve any purpose, therefore, suits having become infructuous, are dismissed on both accounts
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Matter:-Others

202 . Const. P. 57/2024 Al-Shaheer Corp Ltd V/S Sindh Bank Ltd Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST NOTICE

203 . Suit 1352/2023 M/S. HELEON PAKISTAN LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

204 . Suit 1353/2023 M/S. PHARMATEC PAKISTAN PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

205 . Suit 1355/2023 M/S. LINZ PHARMACEUTICALS (PRIVATE) LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

206 . Suit 1373/2023 M/S. NABIQASIM INDUSTRIES PRIVATE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

207 . Suit 1396/2023 M/S FRONTIER DEXTROSE LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

208 . Suit 1410/2023 OPAL LABORATORIES (PVT) LTD V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

209 . Suit 1416/2023 M/S. RECKITT BENCKISER PAKISTAN LIMITED V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-Commercial Cases/Suits as per Circular dated: 30-10-2013

210 . Cr.Bail 678/2023 Riaz Ali Jatoi V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-BAIL BEFORE ARREST

211 . Const. P. 165/2024 Syed Ayaz Ali Shah V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER (ECP)

212 . Cr.Bail 602/2023 Hazoor Bux Sanjrani V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Murder Bail (Trial at the verge of conclusion)

It is reflected from the progress report dated 28th October, 2023, furnished by the learned trial Court that the charge in the case has been framed and trial has commenced. However, today learned Advocate for complainant placed on record certified copies of depositions of complainant Mst. Hazooran and PW Budhal. He states at the Bar that rest of the witnesses of the complainant have also been examined and now there remain only official witnesses to be examined and that case is at the verge of finality. Since, only official witnesses remain to be examined and case is at the verge of conclusion, therefore it would not be appropriate to grant or reject bail plea of the applicant/ accused.
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Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

213 . Civil Tran 7/2023 Miss. Firdous V/S Mst. Rubina Parveen Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

Topic: Transfer Application (Allowed)


Matter:-For Case Transfer

214 . H.C.A 274/2019 M/s. China Mobile Pak Ltd. V/S M/s. Makran Communication & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Damages

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209421 ]
Health status of one of the partners of firm could not be attributed to the termination of agreement/license agreement and more importantly, if it is not established to be an ???unlawful termination of license???, then the principal cannot be saddled with the responsibility of paying the damages of whatsoever nature. A lawful termination may have effected someone???s health, but the lawful actions taken cannot be subjected to claim of damages. Only unlawful termination may give rise to a claim of damages. Since it is not established to be an unlawful termination, therefore question of awarding damages does not arise
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Matter:-AGAINST THE JUDGEMENT

215 . I. A 105/2016 Muhammad Naveed & other V/S Habib Bank Ltd. Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Bankers Book Evidence Act, 1891 (section 2(8))

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209325 ]
The judgment may not bind us in terms of Article 189 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, but we are in agreement with the observations made therein that in the first instance it is to be seen whether a plaint has complied all the requirement of Section 9 of the FIO, failing whereof, the consequences would follow, which in the instant case should have been a grant of leave in the absence of a true Statement of Accounts, as it is not the correct reflection of account.
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Matter:-BANKING

216 . Cr.Acq.A. 127/2023 Fareed Ahmed Khokhar V/S Manosh Kumar & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Criminal Trial ( Contradictions )

The judgment of acquittal should not be interjected until the, findings are perverse, arbitrary, foolish, artificial, speculative and ridiculous. The Court of appeal should not interfere simply for the reason that on the reappraisal of the evidence a different conclusion could possibly be arrived, the factual conclusion could possibly be arrived at, the factual conclusion should not upset, except when palpably perverse, suffering from serious and material factual infirmities.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

217 . Const. P. 55/2024 Abdul Basit Lund V/S Federation of Pakistan & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Elections Act, 2017 (Disqualification on conviction under article 63(h) of constitution )

The Clause (ii) of Proviso of Subsection (9) of Section 62 of the Elections Act, 2017 strongly posits a latitude approach to be taken by the Returning Officer in scrutinizing the nomination papers of a candidate with an object not to reject the same on any defect, which is not of a substantial nature and which can be remedied immediately by the candidate. His strong-arm approach in rejecting form of respondent No.5 in haste was inherently defective and has rightly been remedied by the Election Tribunal.
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Matter:-Election Matter

218 . Cr.Acq.A. 4/2024 Nadeem Khan Solangi V/S Noor Muhammad & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Criminal Trial ( Contradictions )

It is observed that the presumption of innocence applies doubly upon acquittal, and that such a finding is not to be disturbed unless there is some discernible perversity in the determination of the trial Court that can be said to have caused miscarriage of justice. The judgment of acquittal should not be interjected until the, findings are perverse, arbitrary, foolish, artificial, speculative and ridiculous.
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

219 . Spl. Cus. Ref. A. 1213/2023 The Collector of Customs, Karachi V/S M/s. Taj Gasoline (Pvt) Ltd., Karachi & another Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Custom Act, 1969

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209273 ]
Finding of fact recorded by Tribunal cannot be interfered with under Section 196 of the Customs Act
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Matter:-CUSTOM MATTER

220 . Const. P. 200/2024 United Bank Ltd V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST DECISION

221 . Const. P. 169/2024 Muhammad Anwar Khan Tareen V/S Provincial Election Commission & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER OF ELECTION TRIBUNAL

222 . Criminal Appeal 71/2020 Manzoor Ahmed Lohar V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur

Topic: Murder Trial (Unseen incident)

In my view even when taking the prosecution case as a whole, and at its best, in terms of un-seen and un-witnessed incident. A murder case, should be like a well-knit chain, one end of which touches the dead body of the deceased and the other the neck of the accused. No link in chain of the circumstances should be broken and the circumstances should be such as cannot be explained away on any reasonable hypothesis other than guilt of accused person. Chain of such facts and circumstances has to be completed to establish guilt of the accused person beyond reasonable doubt and to make the plea of his being innocent incompatible with the weight of evidence against him.
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Matter:-LIFE IMPRISONMENT

223 . Const. P. 173/2024 Faisal Mujeeb V/S Provincial Election Commissioner & another Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER OF ELECTION TRIBUNAL

224 . Const. P. 164/2024 Muhammad Rizwan Chandna V/S Provincial Election Commission & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER (ECP)

225 . Suit 974/2008 CH.MEHBOOB ALI V/S M/S.HOUSING CORP. & ORS. Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order IX Rule 9)

A party is required to remain vigilant with respect to legal proceedings; more so when the same have been preferred by the party itself. The truancy of the plaintiff from the proceedings under scrutiny is prima facie apparent and the same has also been admitted by the newly engaged counsel. Under such circumstances it was the prerogative of the Court to determine the proceedings and that is what appears to have been done. Counsel remained unable to justify the persistent absence and no case has been made out to condone the default.
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Matter:-Land Dispute

226 . Suit 2038/2023 MUHAMMAD KASHIF SIDDIQUI V/S PROVINCE OF SINDH & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Plaintiff's application for permanent assignment as Secretary/DDO, Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi, dismissed due to the temporary nature of the assignment and lack of malafide by the Controlling Authority; Secretary, Universities & Boards Department, Sindh directed to urgently fill vacant posts in educational boards in compliance with relevant rules
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Matter:-Others

227 . I. A 4/2023 anaging Director, SSGCL & others V/S The Learned Presiding Officer,K@Kandhkot & another Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-LRK - 209067 ]
There is no provision under the Sindh Consumer Protection Act which enables class action complaints or complaints on behalf of unrepresented parties to be entertained by a Consumer Court. Appeal allowed.
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Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

228 . Const. P. 4363/2022 Shahab Abbas V/S Province of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 210607 ]
Validity of Regulation No. 3-2.14.3 of the Karachi Building & Town Planning Regulations, 2002 in the context Section 6 and 7D of the Sindh Building Control Ordinance, 1979
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Matter:-ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

229 . Spl. Cus. Ref. A. 1520/2023 The Collector, Collectorate of Customs, Hyderabad V/S M/s. Frontier Waziristan Shell Petr. Services &ors Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209049 ]
period provided under section 179(3) of the Customs Act 1969 for passing an Order is mandatory and not directory
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Matter:-CUSTOM MATTER

230 . Suit 1326/2023 FAKHARUDDIN AHMED BABAR V/S PROVINCE OF SINDH & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Sindh Boards of Education Employees Service Rules, 2013), Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order 39 Rule 1 & 2 CPC)

A look-after/acting or additional charge is given, under exceptional situations, as a stopgap arrangement for a limited period. Record reflects that plaintiff who has been holding charge of Control of Examination, BISE, Larkana since 2012, cannot be allowed to continue for an unlimited period of time on the basis of acting charge, as it would amount to deflecting and frustrating the very spirit of law. Assignment of such charge does not entitle the incumbent to claim any benefit on account of such arrangement, which can be revoked or withdrawn by the competent authority at any time
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Matter:-Others

231 . Const. P. 194/2024 Muhammad Farooq V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER (ECP)

232 . Const. P. 190/2024 Muhammad Amin Khan V/S The Learned RO and Another Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER (ECP)

233 . Const. P. 167/2024 Abdul Anees Khan V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

234 . Suit -2359/2023 NADEEM KHAN V/S PROVINCE OF SINDH & ANOTHER Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Jurisdiction ), Civil Procedure Code CPC (Sindh Boards of Education Employees Service Rules, 2013)

It is an admitted position that Board has statutory regulations of service approved by the Government of Sindh, as such, in service matters, a petition under Article 199 of the Constitution is maintainable in order to examine the propriety of an impugned action taken against the delinquent official, if the same is taken in disregard of the procedural requirements or in violation of the principle of natural justice and/or it was passed in violation of Article 4 and Article 10-A of the Constitution.
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Matter:-Others

235 . Suit 2011/2023 DR. MUHAMMAD FAROOQUE HASSAN V/S PROVINCE OF SINDH & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Sindh Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Ordinance, 1972)

Assignment of such charge does not entitle the incumbent to claim any benefit on account of such arrangement which can be revoked or withdrawn by the competent Authority at any time. Nevertheless, in the Summary floated by the concerned Department, it was specifically mentioned that vide letter dated 21.11.2023, a formal request has been forwarded to Election Commission of Pakistan for soliciting necessary concurrence for initiating appointment process for filling up all important vacancies in Educational Boards including Chairman, BISE, Shaheed Benazirabad through Search Committee which in fact demands of statute and compliance of judgment passed by this court in writ petition.
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Matter:-Others

236 . Criminal Miscelleneous 955/2023 Syed Abid Hussain Shah V/S Jaffar Syed & another Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-CANCELLATION OF BAIL

237 . Const. P. 189/2024 Mst. Sakina Anwar V/S The Learned RO and Another Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-AGAINST ORDER (ECP)

238 . Const. P. 6190/2023 Abdullah Yaqoob V/S Govt of Sindh & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi [SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 209203 ]
Obligation on the SBCA to demolish a building under Section 14 of the Sindh Building Control Ordinance, 1979
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Matter:-COMPLIANCE

239 . R.A (Civil Revision) 89/2023 Aziz ur Rehman S/o Gul Rehman V/S Gul Faraz Ahmed Murwat and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11), Civil Procedure Code CPC (O. XXXIX, Rule 1 & 2 Dismissed.)

Both impugned Orders dated 14.09.2021 passed by learned Trial Court have not only dismissed the injunction applications, but also Applications under Order VII Rule 11 of CPC for rejection of plaint. In the impugned Order, one of the reasons, inter alia, is that the status of Plaintiffs / Applicants is yet to be determined [in the Trial]
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

240 . R.A (Civil Revision) 88/2023 Haji Gohar Khan Thr. Attorney Aziz Ur Rehman V/S Gul Faraz Ahmed Murwat and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11), Civil Procedure Code CPC (O. XXXIX, Rule 1 & 2 Dismissed.)

Both impugned Orders dated 14.09.2021 passed by learned Trial Court have not only dismissed the injunction applications, but also Applications under Order VII Rule 11 of CPC for rejection of plaint. In the impugned Order, one of the reasons, inter alia, is that the status of Plaintiffs / Applicants is yet to be determined [in the Trial].
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Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

241 . Suit 855/2007 KHAWAJA QAMARUL HASAN V/S MST. NUZHAT KHAWAJA Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils Act, 1973 (Suspension of licencve under section 54(1))

Failure of advocate to adhere to dress code despite warning. Suspension of practice while referring complaint to Bar Council.
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Matter:-DECLARATION

242 . Criminal Miscelleneous 954/2023 Syed Abid Hussain Shah V/S Syed Anwar Ali Shah & another Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-CANCELLATION OF BAIL

243 . Cr.Tran 39/2023 Samiullah Surhio V/S Zafarullah Surhio and Others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-For Case Transfer

244 . Cr.Bail 661/2023 Bachal Narejo V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-CUSTODY

245 . Suit 316/2003 M/S.GENERAL SALES PVT. V/S MRS.DAULAT Sindh High Court, Karachi
Special costs imposed on dismissal of suit.
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Matter:-DECLARATION

246 . Cr.Rev 65/2023 Riaz Ahmed Kaladi V/S Allah Rakhyo Kaladi & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

247 . Cr.Bail 930/2023 Ali Ahmed Jagirani & Ors V/S The State Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-PRE ARREST BAIL

248 . Cr.Acq.A. 108/2023 Mst.Naseeran Phulpoto V/S Muhammad Sadiq & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-AGAINST THE ORDER

249 . H.C.A 129/2017 Nooruddin & others V/S M/s. S.I.T.E. Ltd. & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Question of Local/territorial jurisdiction under section 21 ), Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII Rule 10)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 208865 ]
So Section 21 CPC has its own comprehensive jurisprudence which could overview the original court`s proceedings. The ibid section is primarily for appellate/revisional court where an appeal is preferred apparently by the appellant defending the suit but one must not be misled by such language. The language is couched in such a way that for appellant, who defended the suit, some restrictions were imposed, before enabling the appellate court to take cognizance. It has, however, provided a legal frame for the trial court considering the nature of jurisdiction being objected. **Lack of territorial or pecuniary jurisdiction becomes a mere irregularity at a later stage, if not taken at the earliest which does not make a decree nullity and in fact if taken belatedly and successfully may lead to a failure of justice. ***The two jurisdictions of the appellate court have been established to have acted lawfully i.e. (i). In the first instance where on account of procedural illegality or irregularity, identified above for [a] & [b] kinds of jurisdiction not by way of inherent lack of jurisdiction, a litigant plaintiff is ousted and (ii). In a case of lack of inherent jurisdiction, the court continue to proceed with the matter which may have resulted in the failure of justice. For both these limbs, the appellate jurisdiction is available
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER

250 . Cr.Rev 36/2023 Nawab Khan Khoso V/S Mukhtiarkar Revenue, Kashmore & Others Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Against Order of Trial Court

251 . Suit 2811/2021 FURQAN AHMED SHEIKH V/S NASIR JAVED Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (Order VII R.11)

The law requires Courts to first determine whether the proceedings filed there before are within time and the Courts are mandated to conduct such an exercise regardless of whether or not an objection has been taken in such regard. The Superior Courts have held that proceedings barred byeven a day could be dismissed4; once time begins to run, it runs continuously; a bar of limitation creates vested rights in favour of the other party; if a matter was time barred then it is to be dismissed withouttouching upon merits; and once limitation has lapsed the door of adjudication is closed irrespective of pleas of hardship, injustice or ignorance. It is settled law that provisions of Order VII rule 13 CPC do not merit relief in the presence of a bar of limitation. .
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Matter:-DAMAGES

252 . Suit 583/2023 Mehreen Shoaib Baghpatee V/S Province of Sindh & others Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Civil Procedure Code CPC (O.XXXIX, Rule.1 & 2 Interim Injunction)

Residential premises used as a school; injunction granted.
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Matter:-Land Dispute

253 . Cr.Bail 670/2023 Shafique-u-Rehman Almani V/S The State Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana
Matter:-Post Arrest Bail

254 . Suit 200/2020 M/s Sadiq & Suharwardy V/S Ismail Industries Limited Sindh High Court, Karachi

Topic: Intellectual Propoerty Organization of Pakistan Act 2012 (Rejection of Plaint or transfer to IP tribunal or Continuing hearing by High Court)

[SHC Citation: 2024- SHC-KHI - 208819 ]
These ten trademark suits currently pending in the High Court are disposed of in three different manner following the Judgment of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the case of Muhammad Multazam Raza v. Muhammad Ayub Khan, 2022 SCMR 979 in paragraph 12 and the enactment of the Trade Marks (Amendment) Act, 2023, on 11.08.2023. The three actions on the part of the High Court depend on the category of trademark dispute: Category A - Suits for infringement currently pending in the High Court and filed prior to 29.12.2015 may be transferred to the IP Tribunal forthwith (Category ???A???). Category B - trademarks suits filed after 29.12.2015, currently pending in the High Court, the Plaint in such suits must be returned (Category ???B???) as High Court lacks jurisdiction to hear the same. Finally, in cases involving a Suit connected with a J. Misc. Application involving either Section 73(4) [an application for revocation], Section 80(4) [an application for declaration of invalidity], Section 96(2) [an application for rectification], etc, the High Court may retain jurisdiction and proceed with deciding both Suit and J. Misc.
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Matter:-INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

255 . Const. P. 6178/2023 Muhammad Subhan V/S Board of Secondary Education & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:-ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE

256 . Election Appeal 43/2024 Muhammad Zohaib Shaikh V/S Deedar Ali & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

257 . Election Appeal 15/2024 Mohammad KHan Jessar V/S Masroor Ahmed Khan & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

258 . Election Appeal 42/2024 Muhammad Zohaib Shaikh V/S Mubeen Ahmed & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

259 . Election Appeal 46/2024 Muhammad Mubeen Memon V/S Mubeen Ahmed jatoi & others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

260 . Election Appeal 45/2024 Muhammad Mubeen Memon V/S Deedar Ali & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

261 . Election Appeal 11/2024 Saadat Ali Dahari V/S Shah Nawaz Jatoi & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

262 . Suit 919/2022 SYED TAHIR IMAM RIZVI V/S PROVINCE OF SINDH & OTHERS Sindh High Court, Karachi
Provision of furniture and fixtures to Government schools under SE&LD
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Matter:-CANCELLATION OF DOCUMENTS

263 . Election Appeal 44/2024 Muhammad Zohaib Shaikh V/S Deedar Ali & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

264 . Election Appeal 25/2024 Riaz Ahmed Behan V/S Masroor Ahmed & others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

265 . Election Appeal 41/2024 Muhammad Zohaib Shaikh V/S Mubeen Ahmed & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

266 . Election Appeal 22/2024 Riaz Ahmed Behan V/S Federation of Pakistan & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

267 . Const. P. 82/2024 Syed Amjad Hussain Shah V/S Election Commission of Pakistan and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Grounds taken for rejecting nomination papers were not material. Petition allowed.
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Matter:-ELECTION MATTER

268 . Election Appeal 28/2024 Gul Hassan V/S Federation of Pakistan & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

269 . Const. P. 88/2024 Masroor Ali V/S Dist: Returning Officer NA-231 (Malir-II) & Others Sindh High Court, Karachi
Material relied upon by R.O. for rejecting nomination was questionable. Petitions allowed.
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Matter:-AGAINST ORDER (ECP)

270 . Election Appeal 29/2024 Gul Hassan V/S Federation of Pakistan & Others Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Matter:-Election Matter

271 . Const. P. 92/2024 Dr. Mahjabeen Mughal V/S R.O PS-11 Larkana and Others Sindh High Court, Karachi