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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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