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Wednesday, 23 March 2011 07:14


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1    The Indian Evidence Act came into force on:
(a)    September 1, 1872
(b)    October 1, 1972
(c)    November 1, 1872
(d)    None of the above.
2    Section and Chapters in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 are:
(a)    164 Section and 10 Chapters
(b)    167 Section and 11 Chapters
(c)    177 Section and 11 Chapters
(d)    162 Section and 10 Chapters.
3    Indian Evidence Act applies to:
(a)    Proceedings before tribunals
(b)    Proceedings before the arbitrator
(c)    Judicial proceedings in courts.
(d)    None.
4    A statement made on an Affidavit:
(a)    Is evidence
(b)    Is not an evidence
(c)    Could be evidence if the court orders.
(d)    Both (b) and (c).
5    The facts are:
(a)    Physical only
(b)    Physical as well as psychological
(c)    Positive and negative
(d)    Both (b) and (c).

Ans.    1. (a)    2.  (b)         3. (c)         4. (d)       5.(d)

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Wednesday, 23 March 2011 07:04


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1    In respect of family relations, the law applicable in India is:
[Uttaranchal PCS (J) (Prel.) 2002]
(a)    Secular law in India
(b)    Statutory law
(c)    Religious law
(d)    Personal law of the parties.
2    Where a Hindu who has a wife living adopts a child, the said wife is called:
(a)    The natural mother of the child.
(b)    The adoptive mother of the child
(c)    The step mother of the child.
(d)    None of the above.
3    Maintenance application under Section 18(2) of the HAMA is filed in:
(a)    Matrimonial court
(b)    District court
(c)    High Court
(d)    Any of the above.
4.    A Hindu’s widow if there are more than one, shall take:
(a)    One share each
(b)    One share for all the widows
(c)    One share each to the maximum of two shares if there are more than two widows.
(d)    None of the above.
5    The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 came into force on:
[Uttaranchal PCS (J) (Prel.) 2002]
(a)    1st January, 1955
(b)    1st May, 1955
(c)    26th January, 1955
(d)    16th May, 1955

Ans.    1. (d)    2.  (b)         3. (b)         4. (b)       5.(d)

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Sunday, 20 March 2011 08:37


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Q.1.    Which of the following could be considered to be advantages of legislation over precedent?
1.    Abrogative power
2.    Foreknowledge
3.    Prospective application
4.    Systematic arrangement
Select the correct answer using the codes  given below:
(a)    1, 2, 3 and 4
(b)    1 and 3
(c)    1, 2 and 4
(d)    1, 2 and 3
Q.2.    Out of the following jurists whose theory of law has earned the name of natural law with a variable content?
(a)    St. T. Aquinas
(b)    John Locke
(c)    R. Stammler
(d)    J. Rawls
Q.3.    Which one of the following statements correctly conveys Fuller’s theory of inner morality of law? 
(a)    Every price of law, in order to be valid, must fulfill certain procedural requirements like generality, prospectivity, promulgation, intelligibility and consistency
(b)    The contents of every law, in order to be valid, must be of a minimum moral standard
(c)    The question of morality of every law is a matter for the inner conscience of the legislators and judges have nothing to do with it.
(d)    The question of morality of law is not for the courts to determine.
Q.4.    In which one of the following cases has the Court applied the doctrine of lifting the veil to determine distinct personality of a corporation?
(a)    Salomon v. Salomon & Co. Ltd.
(b)    Johnson v. Kennedy
(c)    Moors v. Burke
(d)    Young v. Hitchens
Q.5.     Who among the following put international law under positive morality along with the law of honour and the law of fashion?
(a)    Austin
(b)    Allen
(c)    Salmond
(d)    Savigny

Ans.    1. (a)    2.  (c)         3. (a)         4. (a)       5.(a)

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Sunday, 20 March 2011 08:31


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1    The agreement may be expressed:
(a)    In a formal document
(b)    In a letter passing between the parties.
(c)    On stamp papers.
(d)    All of the above.
2    With reference to the Indian contract Act, a consideration is a:
(a)    Condition of fulfillment of the other’s promise.
(b)    A reason behind making a proposal.
(c)    An act of doing or restraining from doing something at the desire of the promisor.
(d)    None of them.
3    Past consideration means:
(a)     Money received in the past without making even a proposal.
(b)    The price which is more than the promisor’s expectation.
(c)    The price paid or service rendered at the desire or request of the promisor followed by a subsequent promise.
(d)    All of the above.
4    Which constitute a valid acceptance:
(a)    An enquiry as to fitness off the subject matter of contract.
(b)    Addition of superfluous term, while accepting an offer.
(c)    A provisional acceptance
(d)    An un-conditional acceptance.
5    Which is enforceable?
(a)    A promises to pay Rs. 5,000 to B who saved him from drowning.
(b)    A promises to pay Rs. 5,000 to his son.
(c)    A promises to donate Rs. 5,000 to an officer’s club.
(d)    None of  the above.

Ans.    1. (d)    2.  (a)         3. (c)         4. (d)       5.(a)

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Sunday, 20 March 2011 08:26


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1    An Indian citizen commits any offence out of India, he:
(a)    Cannot be prosecuted in India, as the act was not committed in India
(b)    Can be prosecuted in the country where the offence was committed
(c)    Can be prosecuted in India in any place in which he may be found
(d)    None of these.
2    To establish section 34 of IPC
(a)    Common intention be proved but not overt act be proved
(b)    Common intention and overt act both be proved
(c)    Common intention need not be proved but overt act be proved.
(d)    None.
3    Crime is:
(a)    Essentially an immoral act
(b)    An illegal act
(c)    Essentially a socially reprehensible act
(d)    None of these.
4    Under Section 46 of IPC, death denotes
(a)    Death of a human being
(b)    Death of an animal
(c)    Death of a human being and of an animal both.
(d)    None.
5    Under section 65 of IPC sentence of imprisonment for non-payment of fine shall be limited to
(a)    One third of the maximum term of imprisonment fixed for the offence.
(b)    One-fourth of the maximum term of imprisonment fixed for the offence.
(c)    One-half of the maximum term of imprisonment fixed for the offence.
(d)    None.

Ans.    1. (c)    2.  (a)         3. (b)         4. (a)       5.(b)

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Sunday, 20 March 2011 08:22

Code of Civil Procedure

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1    The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2002 came into force on:
(a)    1st April 2002
(b)    1st June 2002
(c)    1st July 2002
(d)    None of the above.
2    Following can be termed as decree:
(a)    A decision on a matter of administrative nature
(b)    An order dismissing a suit for default of appearance of parties
(c)    Dismissal of an appeal for want of prosecution
(d)    None of the above.
3    A decree is said to be nullity:
(a)    If it is passed by a court having no inherent jurisdiction
(b)    When a court erroneously passes a decree
(c)    When it is voidable decree
(d)    When there is an error while passing the decree.
4    A preliminary decree can be given:
(a)    Pre-emption suits
(b)    Suits for dissolution of partnership
(c)    Administration suits
(d)    All of the above.
5    The following is a judgment-debtor:
(a)    Surety
(b)    A person who is a party to the suit and decree has been passed against him
(c)    Both (a) and (b)
(d)    Only (a).
Ans.    1. (c)    2.  (d)         3. (a)         4. (c)       5.(c)

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Saturday, 19 March 2011 09:10


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1.    Sovereignty as per the Constitution of India belongs to:-
(a)    The president of India
(b)    The parliament of India
(c)    The people of India
(d)    Executive, judiciary and legislature.
2.    The Supreme Court has traced the right to privacy in:
(a)    Article 21
(b)    Article 19
(c)    Article 14
(d)    Article 22
3.    The Information Technology Act, 2000 has been enacted by our Parliament:
(a)    On the basis of a Resolution of the U.N. General Assembly
(b)    On the advice of the President of India
(c)    As directed by the Supreme Court
(d)    On request from the State of Karnataka.
4.    The Constitution of India came into force on:
(a)    26 Nov. 1949
(b)    15 Aug. 1947
(c)    30 Jan. 1948
(d)    26 Jan. 1950.
5.    On the event of the death of the President, the Vice President holds that office upto a maximum period of:
(a)    One year
(b)    Two years
(c)    Nine years
(d)    Six months.

Ans.    1. (a)    2.  (a)         3. (a)         4. (d)       5.(d)

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