The primary aim behind enactment of the said act was the application of wakfs created before the enactment act of 1913.Hence, the 1930 Act was legislated in order to make the application of 1913 Act retrospective. The objective of the Act is to declare the rights of Muslims for the purpose of Wakf.Relevant constitutional provisions include: Article 15 Freedom of movement: Every citizen shall have the right to remain in, and, subject to any reasonable restriction imposed by law in the public interest, enter and move freely throughout Pakistan and to reside and settle in any part thereof.Article 16 Freedom of assembly: Every citizen shall have the right to assemble peacefully and without arms, subject to any reasonable restrictions imposed by law in the interest of public order.There is a discernible trend in Pakistan in which the State is moving away from being the monopoly provider of social services, and is creating an enabling environment for a variety of non-state actors to deliver a wide range of social services.This is a change of paradigm in the true sense of that overused term, and has profound implications for the regulatory role of the State and the nonprofit sector both.
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The Mussalman Wakf Validating Act, 1913 (hereinafter referred to as “The Act”) came into force on 7th March, 1913 during the British rule.
However, after the post Independence, it is still in force through the Adaptation of laws (No. Moreover, The Mussalman Wakf Validating Act, 1930 was enforced by the Britishers.
Part B consisted of eight states which formerly were princely states which were ruled by Rajpramukh.
This part was substituted by the Adaptation of laws (No. Section 3 deals with the powers vested in Muslims for creating wakfs.