Reasons for visiting courts: Of the Pakistanis or their relatives who have visited courts, the greatest proportion (32%) did it to resolve conflicts over land or property.

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Reasons for visiting courts: Of the Pakistanis or their relatives who have visited courts, the greatest proportion (32%) did it to resolve conflicts over land or property.

According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup & Gilani Pakistan, of the Pakistanis or their relatives who have visited courts, the greatest proportion (32%) did it to resolve conflicts over land or property.

A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces who have either themselves visited the courts or had a close family member do so, was asked, “Please tell us what was the nature of the fight or conflict due to which you or your family member had to go to the court?” In response to this question, 32% cited a conflict over land or property, 27% a conflict related to marital issues, 24% a conflict with the government over permit letters, license or property papers, 1% criminal cases, 14% contracts for business matters, 1% cited other reasons, while a further 1% did not know or did not wish to respond.

 

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