Divorce Decree

..::What is Procedure of KHULA Divorce in Pakistan?

Khula is an Islamic right of Muslim wife. She can take khula from her husband on many grounds. Some of these grounds are discussed in the section 2 of West Pakistan dissolution of Marriages Act, 1939.Moreover there is no right of appeal, right of review, right of revision and writ that lies once khula is granted by the court.

The procedure of khula is very simple in pakistan. The wife has to file a plaint in the family court demanding khula. She has to leave haq mehr when she applies for that. Khula is usually granted in 4-6 months in Pakistan when it proceeds ex-parte and in other circumstances it also do not take much time.

176 comments on “..::What is Procedure of KHULA Divorce in Pakistan?

  1. How to prolong the khula case, in the meantime husband wants reconcillation, is there any way to prolong the khula case…?

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  2. if some 1 aplies for khulaa but husband is not coming for hearings and ignoring coz he dont want to give divorce?what should i do and he is giving threats as well that i will not leav u bla bla

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    • in khula case if husband does not appear the court will proceed ex-partee and grant khula divorce to lady

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  3. If family court grant khulla exparte (man does not appear in the court at the time of khulla trial hence the Court grant khulla in his absence). What is the procedure for union council to issue divorce effectiveness certificate? Is it necessary presence of man to issue the certificate?

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    • any party or the court will send the divorce decree to the concerned Union Council where the Chairman Arbitration Council will again try to reconcile between the parties and on their failure the Council will issue the Divorce Certificate after 90 days.

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