The Lahore High Court on Monday dismissed the plea against the maintainability of a case challenging Asif Zardaris holding of dual offices, reports said. The LHC also rejected the federal government's objection regarding the cases hearing, a private TV reported. The government's lawyer had earlier argued that the court was not authorised to hear the case. Meanwhile, government and presidential lawyers boycotted Monday's court proceedings. Presidents counsel Talib Rizvi refused to appear before the full bench and said the court could rule in the case as it was not ready to hear his arguments. He further said that his client had asked him not to appear before the court, and added that he would not pursue the case in future. The court also issued a notice to the Attorney-General for July 7 with regard to the case. The court is hearing petitions against Asif Zardari's holding of dual offices of President of Pakistan and Co-chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party.