Abortion and family lawyer in Lahore Pakistan:
Abortion or miscarriage carried out without the consent of the expectant mother should be a criminal offense and be punishable as follows: with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, and a fine to be paid to the mother if the abortion or miscarriage is carried out within 120 days of the conception)with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to seven years, and a fine to be paid to the mother, if the abortion or miscarriage is carried out after 120 days of conception provided that permission for carrying out an abortion on a mother incapable giving consent, due to mental illness, for example, be granted by the court.
According to the family lawyer in Lahore Pakistan, Assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty (Section 354) this provision of the law makes assault or the use of criminal force on a woman to outrage her modesty a crime punishable with up to two years imprisonment, or a fine, or both. As per family lawyer in Lahore Pakistan the punishment should be enhanced as given some judgments rendered by the superior courts the distinction between attempted rapes and outraging the modesty of a woman is blurred. In some cases, where the action appears to be "attempt" the courts have seen it fit to consider it as "preparation to rape and therefore awarded punishment under this provision of the law.
Recommendation: The law is amended to enhance the punishment to seven years imprisonment. Procreation of minor girl [Sections 366-A] this provision of the law makes kidnapping a minor girl punishable if she is forced or seduced into illicit intercourse. Other sexual offenses are not covered by this law. Recommendations of family lawyer in Lahore Pakistan are that the law is amended to include all sexual offenses, within the description of punishable conduct. The law is made applicable to all women regardless of age.2.Importation of girl from a foreign country [Sections 366-B] this provision of the law punishes inter-country trafficking of women under the age of 21 years for illicit sex. Like the previous section, it does not include other sexual offenses and limits its application to crimes involving girls less than 21 years of age.
Recommendations: The law is amended to make all sexual offenses, punishable the law is made applicable to all women, regardless of age. Unnatural offenses (Section 377) the law should clearly distinguish between acts done forcibly and those done with consent. A much stiffer punishment has to be prescribed for the first. All such acts with minors should fall in the first category and should carry even severer sentences. Sexual harassment (Section 509) this section seems to treat the offense lightly, which is often a source of as much agony to the victims as other crimes of the kind, and is often equally sinisterly motivated. It is also an expression of the indifferent esteem in which a woman is held and the role she is accorded. It the dignity of women is to be established at the common level the gestures of frivolity and playfulness towards them should be taken more seriously and curbed strongly. Advocate Nazia family lawyer in Lahore Pakistan says that the law ought to be publicized to increase public awareness of its existence.
Advocate Nazia from Lahore says that the opinion of a doctor in dispute of court marriage in Lahore Pakistan cannot be given preference over authentic material such as a birth entry in registration application submitted in District Registration Office. Supreme Court in circumstances of the case not interfering with the order of High Court handing over custody of detenue to father instead of husband-petitioner who, after abducting detenue, had married her (NLR 1979 Criminal 998). Habeas corpus application by father against his son in law alleging illegal detention of his daughter was submitted. The statement of detenue who was 21 years old showed that she was being subjected to maltreatment by her husband after court marriage in Lahore Pakistan.
Detenue requested to go with her father. High Court set detenue at liberty to go anywhere on her own free will. Detenue wife cannot be compelled to live with her husband even where he has obtained a decree for restitution of conjugal rights. Petition by father alleging illegal detention of daughter by his son in law was entertained. On production detenue stating that her husband with whom she did court marriage in Lahore Pakistan 9/10 years ago had born four children and kept her at his house forcibly and did not allow her to see her parents. Because of detenu's statement High Court setting her at liberty and allowing her to go wither father (NLR 1984 Criminal Lah. 232
- Advocate Nazia in Lahore from Nazia Law Associates can get you a divorce certificate in Pakistan quickly in cases of adultery or other cases