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Article: 186 Advisory jurisdiction.

186. Advisory jurisdiction.-(1) If, at any time, the President considers that it is desirable to obtain the opinion of the Supreme Court on any question of law which he considers of public importance, he may refer the question to the Supreme Court for consideration.

(2) The Supreme Court shall consider a question so referred and report its opinion on the question to the President.

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Footnotes:



Comparative Table of Article 186 of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 :
Constitution of Pakistan 1962 :
59
Constitution of Pakistan 1956 :
162
Constitution of India 1950:
143
Government of India Act 1935:
213


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Leading & Latest Cases on Article 186 of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 :

P L D 1955 FC 435  REFERENCE BY HIS EXCELLLENCY GOVERNOR-GENERAL  —–
P L D 1957 SC 219
REFERENCE NO.1 OF 1957 BY PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN UNDER ARTICLE 162
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 P L D 1973 SC 563  SPECIAL REFERENCE UNDER ARTICLE 187 OF THE INTERIM CONSTITUTION OF THE  ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN BY PRESIDENT ZULFIKAR ALI BHUTTO  ——
REFERENCE NO. 1 OF 1988 MADE BY THE PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN UNDER ARTICLE 186 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF PAKISTAN
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P L D 1997 SC 80 M.A. NO. 657J  OF 1996 IN REFERENCE NOS. 1 & 2 OF 1996 IN REF.  ——
P L D 2005 SC 873
    REFERENCE NO. 2 OF 2005 BY THE PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN                  
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Curative Jurisdiction in India
(2002) 4 SC 388
RUPA ASHOK HURRA ASHOK HURRA AND ANOTHER
      Reference filed by the President under Article 186 of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973
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