FAQs Labour Matters

Does a Contract Worker have Employment rights under pakistan law?

While Article 18 of the Constitution affords every citizen with the right to enter upon any lawful profession or occupation, and to conduct any lawful trade or business, the Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance was enacted in 1968 to address the relationship between employer and employee and the contract of employment. The Ordinance […]

Business Start-Up FAQs

What are the Steps/Process for Company Formation/Incorporation in Pakistan?

The Steps to formation/incorporation of a company in pakistan are as follows; Seek Approval from the concerned ministry if special permission before incorporation/formation of a  company in Pakista is required Seek approval for the availability of the proposed name. File  a range of documents to the Registrar which varies from company to company depnding on whether it is a single member company, […]

Business Start-Up FAQs

What are the types of Businesses a person / company can start in Pakistan?

A person who intends to start/form a business in pakistan can work as any of the following given proper approvals and licenses are acquired by the individual/person : A sole trader A sole service provider A partnership (partnership can be from two members to twenty members) usuall  Doctors, Accountants and Lawyers An association not for profit A […]

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M&M Legal Services

 Law applicable in Pakistan is predominantly Inherited from the British, however several amendments and new legislation has been brought in to Pakistan to cater the needs of a more dynamic pakistan, therefore, employing a qualified and experienced lawyer to assist you in the dynamic world Masood & Masood will always stand out for you. The […]

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Constitution of Pakistan (A Summary)

The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (Urdu: ???? ??????? ) is the supreme law of Pakistan. It is also known as the Constitution of 1973, and is the successor to two earlier documents, the Constitution of 1956 and the Constitution of 1962. Pakistan’s constitution provides for a semi-presidential system of government with the […]