The former premier, who was forced out by the Supreme Court in July over a scandal kindled by the Panama Papers leak, had been facing an arrest warrant for failing to appear at hearings since early October.
The judge announced that Nawaz Sharif would be indicted on October 2, Sharif's political secretary Asif Kirmani said.
One of Iceland's three coalition parties said on Friday it would quit the government formed just nine months ago, citing a "breach of trust" after the prime minister's party allegedly tried to cover up a scandal involving his father.
The Supreme Court removed Nawaz Sharif in late July following an investigation into the allegations against him and his family.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's family and allies have rejected a damaging report by a judicial body investigating the Pakistani premier's assets, dismissing as "trash" allegations that the family has accumulated wealth far above its earnings.
Pakistani opposition party lawmakers tore up the agenda and shouted in a parliament session on Friday as they demanded that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif step down during an investigation into his finances.
Pakistan's Supreme Court ruled there was insufficient evidence to order Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's removal from office over corruption allegations levelled by the opposition, but it ordered further investigations.
EU finance ministers endorsed a series of measures on Saturday to fight tax evading methods used by Europeans exposed by the Panama Papers scandal.
The worldwide Panama Papers scandal claimed a fresh political victim Friday as Spain's industry minister resigned over allegations he had links to offshore companies.