LHC CJ says Commercial Courts to be set up for industrial cases

| After establishment of industrial zones as part of CPEC, Commercial Courts are need of the hour: 
Justice Qasim Khan

MULTAN   –  Lahore High Court (LHC) Chief Justice Qasim Khan said Friday that Commercial Courts would be set up in the country for settlement of commercial cases as it is imperative after establishment of industrial zones as a result of CPEC.

While addressing a ceremony at District Courts here, the chief justice said that international companies moved international courts for commercial cases, but after the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), commercial courts are the need of the hour as industrial zones are emerging now.

The courts will be established through ordinance, he said, adding that commercial cases will be disposed of in the country in future. The CJ informed that as son of soil, he had done whatever he could for the region and added that he had visited Multan to respond to the love and affection shown by the legal fraternity of the city.

 

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