CHAPTER 43
ISLAMIC FAMILY LAW ORDINANCE, 2001

PART VII - GUARDIANSHIP
Guardianship Of Person And Property



Section 93. Power over immovable and movable property

(1) As regards immovable property, a legal guardian shall have no power to sell, except in the following cases, that is to say –

(2) As regards moveable property, a legal guardian shall have power to sell or pledge the goods and chattels of the minor, if he is in need of imperative necessities, such as food, clothing, and nursing; and where the moveable property of a minor is sold bona fide for an adequate consideration, with the object of investing the proceeds safely and for an increased income, its sale shall be held valid.





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