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Muslim Marriage Law

  • Child Marriage Restraint Act 1929
  • Muslim Family Law Ordinance 1961
  • (West Pakistan) Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act 1962
  • (West Pakistan) Family Courts Act 1964
  • Offence of Zina (Enforcement of Hudood) Ordinance 1979
  • Law of Evidence (Qanun-e-Shahadat) Order 1984
  • Enforcement of Sharia Act 1991
  • Dowry and Bridal Gifts (Restriction) Act 1976
  • Prohibition (Enforcement of Hudood) Order 1979
  • Offence of Qazf (Enforcement of Hudood ) Order 1979
  • Execution of Punishment of Whipping Ordinance 1979
Court Marriages / Online Nikah

Court Marriage / Online Nikah Service, through which we provide Nikah facility to our clients, even if they are at their home. Online/Phone Nikah/Shadi is just like Court / Ordinary Marriage. It is valid under Shariat and Legal in all respects if it is done through our proper services. Nikah will be registered according to the Pakistani Islamic & Muslim Family Laws.

Under-age Marriages

The Child Marriage Restraint Act 1929 has made under-age marriages a penal offence. Under the Act the minimum age of marriage for a male is 18 years whereas the minimum age of marriage for a female is 16 years. Despite the fact that under-age marriages are liable to punishment, such unions are not rendered invalid.

Consent of Wali
According to the Hanafi school, an adult woman may contract her marriage without the consent of a wali.
Registration of Marriages
The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961 introduced reforms regarding registration of marriages, and in default of such registration, penalties of fine and imprisonment have been prescribed. Nevertheless, Muslim marriages are still legal and valid if they are performed according to the requisites of Islam.
Polygamous Marriages

Muslim Family Laws Ordinance has also introduced some reforms in the law relating to polygamy. Now, a husband must submit an application and pay a prescribed fee to the local union council in order to obtain permission for contracting a polygamous marriage. Thereafter, the chairman of the union council forms an arbitration council with representatives of both husband and wife/wives in order to determine the necessity of the proposed marriage. The application must state whether the husband has obtained consent of the existing wife or wives. Contracting a polygamous marriage without prior consent is subject to penalties of fine and or imprisonment and the husband becomes bound to make immediate payment of dowery to the existing wife or wives. Nonetheless, if the husband has not obtained consent of the existing wife or wives the subsequent marriage remains valid.

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