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DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL YOU ARE ASKED TO DO SO

Serial

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NT? rl6-666~9

TEST BOOKLET SERIES

T.B.C.

TEST BOOKLET

Time Allowed : Two Hours

Maximum Marks: 300

INSTRUCTIONS

1. IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE EXAMINATION, YOU SHOULD CHECK THAT THIS TEST BOOKLET DOES NOT HAVE ANY UNPRINTED OR TORN OR MISSING PAGES OR ITEMS, ETC. IF SO, GET IT REPLACED BY A COMPLETE TEST BOOKLET.

2. ENCODE CLEARLY THE TEST BOOKLET SERIES A, E, C OR D AS 'I'HE CASE MAY BE IN THE APPROPRIATE PLACE IN THE ANSWER SHEET.

3. You have to enter your Roll Number on the Test Booklet in the Box provided alongside.

DO NOT write anything else on the Test Booklet,

4. This Test Booklet contains 120 items (questions). Each item is printed both in Hindi and English.

Each item comprises four responses (answers). You will select the response which you want to mark on the Answer Sheet. In case you feel that there is more than one correct response, mark the response which you consider the best. In any case, choose ONLY ONE response for 'each item.

5. You have to mark all your responses ONLY on the separate Answer Sheet provided. See directions in

the Answer Sheet. 1

6. All items carry equal marks.

7. Before you proceed to mark in the Answer Sheet the response to various items in the Test Booklet, you have to fill in some particulars in the Answer Sheet as per instructions sent to you with your Admission Certificate. '

8. After you have completed filling in all your responses on the Answer Sheet and the examination has concluded, you should hand over to the Invigilator only the Answer Sheet. You are permitted to take away with you the Test Booklet.

9. Sheets for rough work are appended in the Test Booklet at the end.

10. Penalty for. wrong answers :

THERE WILL BE PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWERS MARKED BY' A CANDIDATE IN THE OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTION PAPERS,

(i) There are four alternatives 'for the answer to every question. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one-third (0'33) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.

(ii) If a candidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as a wrong answer even if one of the given answers happens to be correct and there win be same penalty as above to that question. (iii) If a question is left blank, i.e, no answer is given by the candidate, there will be no penalty for that question.

DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL YOU ARE ASKED TO DO SO

1.

Which one of the following statements is not 6. correct about the legal philosophy of Bentham?

(a) _ He pleaded for codification.

(b) He condemned judge made law.

(c) He felt, that end of legislation is the greatest happiness of greatest number.

- (d) He supported custom as the major source of law.

2.

Which one of the following jurists is known as 7. the father of English Jurisprudence?

(a) Bentham

(b) Friedmann

(c) Ihering

(d) Austin

3.

According to Maine, which one of the following is the first social organization?

(a) Commonwealth

(b) Pater familias

(c) State

(d) None of the above

4.

Which one of the following schools of law emphasizes that law is a matter of unconscious and organic growth and therefore law is found and not made?

(a) Sociological school

(b) Philosophical school

(c) Historical school

(d) Realist school

Arrange the following stages of development of law according to Maine:

1. Customary law

2. Law made by the ruler under divine inspiration

3. Codification

4. Knowledge of law in the hands of 10.

priests

Select the correct order of development using the code given below :

(a) 4 - 2 -1- 3

(b) 2 -1- 4 - 3

(c) 3 -1- 2 - 4

(d) 4 - 3 - 2 - 1

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Whose theory is based on the concept that both state and law are the evolutionary product of human reason ?

(a) Hegel (b) Savigny (c) Maine (d) Salmond

Who, among the following, has propounded the doctrine of living law ?

(a) Ehrlich

(b) Savigny

(c) Bentham

(d) Karl Marx

8.

According to Duguit, which one of the following is the most important fact of social cohesion?

(a) Entering into contract (b) Division of labour

(c) Division of means of production

(d) Distribution of legislative powers In three lists

9.

Which one of the following theories IS

. proposed by Gierke and supported by Maitland in explaining corporate personality?

(a) Concession theory

(b) Fiction theory

(c) Realist theory

(d) Symbolist theory

Which one of the following is not the characteristic of natural taw ?

(a) Natural laws are dependent upon moral laws

(b) Natural laws change according to the circumstances

(c) Natural laws are not permanent (d) Natural laws are permanent

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11.

Which' of the following statements with regard 15. to custom and prescription is/are correct?

1.. Custom is based on long usage and prescription is based on the fiction of lost modern grant.

2. Custom is generally observed code of conduct and prescription IS acquisition of a right or title .and IS personal m

character. 16.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) Lonly :

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) NeitherL nor 2

In which one of the following cases was it observed by the Supreme Court that precedent should not be petrified nor judicial dicta divorced from the socio-economic mores

of the age?

(a) Mamleshwar v. Kanahaiya Lal (b) R.C. Dora v. G. Annamanaidu

(c) State of West Bengal v, Corporation of Calcutta

(d) Bengal Immunity Company Ltd. v. State of Bihar

( 4 - A )

Who among the following has stated that rights spring from right?

(a) Allen

(b) Whiteman (c) Coke

(d) Blackstone

12.

13.

Protection of lakes is an objective expressly stated in which one of the following ?

(a) Fundamental Duties

(b) Directive Principles of State Policy (c) Fundamental Rights

(d) Eleventh Schedule to the Constitution

Consider the following statements regarding vested and corrtirigont rights :

1.. A vested right creates an immediate interest and is transferable and heritable.

2. A contingent right creates an immediate interest and is defeated when the required facts have not occurred.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 Cd) Neither 1 nor 2

Who among the following stated that the only right which a man can possess is the right always to do his duty?

(a) Kelsen

- (b) Duguit and Comte (c) Holland

Cd) Salmond

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17.

Which one of the following is not a theory of' corporate personality?

(a) Fiction theory

(b) Realist theory

(c) Bracket theory

(d) Negative theory

18.

A is a tenant in the house of B. Which one of the fol lowirig is correct in the light of Savigny's theory?

(a) A lacks possession because of the absence of animus in him.

(b) A has complete possession.

(c) A has incomplete possession because of the lack of corpus possession.

(d) A lacks possession because animus as

well as corpus possession is missing,

Which among the following is/are the ch'aracteristics of ownership?

1. Ownership contains a right of the owner to exclude others.

2. Ownership provides a power to alienate

a thing or property.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1 only (b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

19.

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20. Who, among the following, expressed the view 23.
that the Indian Constitution is federal in as
much as it establishes what may be called a
Dual Polity?
(a) H.M. Seervai
(b) K.C. Wheare
(c) B.R. Ambedkar
(d) I vor J ennings
21. Which one of the following statements is not
correct?
(a) Indian Constitution provides for unified
Judicial system. 24. Fundamental Rights under the Constitution of India comprise of which of the following?

1. Individual rights

2. Group rights

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

(a) 1 only

(b) . 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:

(b) Judiciary has power to scrutinize the acts of all branches of government. .

(c) Independence of judiciary is built through elaborate constitutional scheme.

(d) Review of the constitutional

amendments on substantive grounds is not permi tted.

List! (Subject matter)

List 11 (Case)

A. Reservation in unaided private colleges

1. E.V. Chinnaiah v.

State of Andhra Pradesh

B. 27% reservation for OBCs in' government services

2. I.R. Coelho v.

State of Tamil Nadu

22. Consider the following statements:

1.

The Preamble of the Constitution of India can be amended by the Parliament up to' any extent barring the basic features.

Th'e Preamble can be amended only' by special" majority and ratification by

legislatures of ~ (half) of the States.

C. Constitutional validity of laws included in the Ninth Schedule

3. P.A. Inamdar v.

State of Maharash tra

2.

4. Indra Sawhney v.
Union of India
Code:
A B C
(a) 3 4 2
(b) 3 1 4
(c) 2 3 4
(d) 4 1 3 3. The Preamble has no role to play in the interpretation of any provision of the

• Constitution.

Which of the statements given above is/are
correct?
(a) 1,2 and 3
(b) 1 only
(c) 2 and 3 only
(d) 2 only
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Match List, I with List II and select the correct 27. answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

(Relevant Constitutional Provis'ion)

(Power of
President)
A. Power to grant
pardon
B. Executive power
of the Union
C. Power to appoint
Prime Minister
D. Appointment of
Attorney General
. Code:
.A B C
(a) 4 2 3
(b) 4 3 Z
(c) 1 2 3
(d) 1 3 2 1. Article 76

2. Article 75

3. Article 53

4. Article 72

D

1

1

4

4

26. Which one of the following statements IS not correct ?

..

(a) In a cabinet form of government, neither the President nor the Government exercises the executive functions individually or personally.

(b) Executive action taken in the name of the Governor is the executive action of the State.

(c) . The Governor cannot be held personally answerable for any portion of the address to the joint session.

(d) The Governor is bound to exercise all his powers and functions on. the aid and advice of his Council of Ministers.

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Which one of the following is· correct with regard to the decision in D.C. Wadhwa v. State of Bihar case? .

(a) President is entitled to promulgate ordinance during the recess of the Parliament

(b) Colourable re-promulgation of ordinance is unconstitutional

(c) Article 123 empowers the President to issue successive ordinances

. (d) Governor's power· of re-issuance of ordinance cannot be questioned m the Court of Law

28. . Which one of the following is not correct with regard to transfer of cases from the High Courts?

(a) Cases involving same or substantially same question of law should be pending before Supreme Court and one. or more

High Courts -

(b) Application requesting for transfer. should be filed by Attorney General or any party to the case

(c) Transfer is possible when the Supreme Court on its own is satisfied that such question is of general importance

(d) Transfer of cases from one High Court to another is not permissible in any circumstance

29. Consider the 'following statements:

Judicial review under the Constitution of India

1.' is a part of the basic structure of the Constitution.

can only be ousted or excluded by a Constitutional amendment.

Which of the statements given above is/are

2.

correct?

(a) 1 only
(b) 2 only
(c) Both 1 and 2
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~ 11 ~ m'\;:r "ffi'ffl ~ ~ ~~ ? (a) ~ 1

(b) axrn 2

( c) 1 3ffi: 2 tr'iT

(d) ;or m 1 3fR '1 ~ 2

30. Which of the following is not a function of 32. . the UPSC and State Public Service Commissions? .

1. Advising the appropriate governpents on matters relating to methods of recruitment to civil services and for civil posts. '

2. Consultation in creation of All India Services.

3. Consultation on disciplinary matters affecting a person serving the Government of India or of a person serving the Government of a State in a civil capacity.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1 only (b) 1 and 2 (c) 2 only (d) 2 and 3

31. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

(Doctrine) (Related

judgement)

L State of Bombay v. F.N. Balsara

2. Prafulla Kumar v. Bank of Commerce

A. Doctrine of
Repugnancy
B. Doctrine of
Colourable
Legislation
C. Doctrine of Pith
and Substance D. Doctrine of
Harmonious
Con struction
Code:
A B C
(a) 4 2 3
(b) 4 3 2
. (c) 1 3 2
(d) 1 2 3
P-OTO-J-MBX . 3. KC.G.

NarayanDeo v. State of Orissa

4. M.

Karunanidhi v. Union of India

D 1 1 4 4

( 10 - A )

Consider the following statements:

Emergency IS always

throughout the nation.

2. Emergency can be imposed not only on the grounds of actual war, external aggression or armed. rebellion, but also

1.

imposed

in anticipation thereof.

3. E.very proclamation of Emergency will . not remain in force after one month unless it is approved by both the Houses of Parliament.

Which of the statements gwen above is/are correct ?

(a) 2 and 3 only
(b) 1 and 2 only
(c) 3 only
(d) 1,2 and 3 33. In which one of the following cases has the Supreme Court upheld the constitutional validity of the Constitution (93rd Amendment) Act introducing Article 15(5) ?

(a) M. Nagaraj v. Union of India

(b) Ashok Kumar Thakur v. Union of India (c) T.M.A.· Pai Foundation v. State of

Karnataka

(.d) . Indra Sawhney v, Union of India

34. . For constitutional amendment of which one of the following provisions, is ratification by not less than half of the State legislatures 'nod . required?

(a) Lists in the Seventh Schedule (b) Fundamental Rights (Part lID

·(c) Representation of States In the . Parliament

(d) Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court

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1. R=rfcrc1 ~ if ~ mTa-fr qit ~ ft;nz ~ cCr q~(;j'i ~ 'a'"df-tl(1 ~ q:{ ~ 'a'(d5R~ Qj)- ~ bIT I

2. 3lfuR ~ ~ in ~ "$ fffi! tromf

a.=rr I .

3. ~ oqfu; Q"{, 3Tr 1lRff ~ "lIT mffiT ~ i€r ~ c5t ~ "ffirmr "# -m-r OR ~ ~, Jnnq ~ crr-f1 ~ 3l~lItlRd'J ~ tR ~ t.=rr I

~ fu? 1ffi WG CI5T ~ QR ~ 31'R ~ :

. (a) "fficrf; 1 (b) l'3ik 2

(c) ~ 2

(d) 2 3l'R 3

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wft 1 wft II

rffl;zdrr) (~ Rvfc:r)

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~ , T!QUR. dC1f1 F<I

B. WiRfr fcroR Q)f 2. ~ W'fR ~

~ mnm~

c. m=q 3t\-{ ~ em 3. ijs-.~.:Jfr. 'i1,{ltiOI a-a-

~ fRTlf ~ "W?J

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A . B

C D

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~#~mmfflcmR~~~ ?

(a) ~ 2 3ffi" 3 (b) ~ 13l'R 2 (c) ~ 3

Cd) 1, 2 ~ 3

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( a) l!l1. "illl '{ I Jf Q.=Il11 'l-fRO W

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(c) ~ iN ~ -q ~RlPlro('d

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37. Which one of the following jurists has been of the view that international law is not

true law but positive international morality

only, analogous to the rules binding a club 40. In India, treaty making is an

...... -- .... ------~------------~----------------------------------. --

35. After which one of the following decisions of 38. the Supreme Court, was the special provision for socially and educationally backward classes introduced by an amendment of the Constitution?

(a) Balaji v. State of Mysore

(b) State of Madras v. Champakam Dorairajan

(c) E.P. Royappa v. State of Tamil Nadu (d) Poriakaruppan v. State of Tamil Nadu

36. What is the correct chronological order in which the following provisions were incorporated into the Constitution of India through amendments?

1.' Directive principle on free legal aid

2. Proviso to Article 335

3.

Twelfth Schedule

4. Article 51 A (K)

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1- 3 - 2 - 4 (b) 2 - 1- 4 - 3 (c) 2-3-4-1 (d) 4-2-1-3

Or' society ? .

(a) Oscar Schachter (b) John Austin

(c) D. Harris

(d) Louis Henkin

P-OTO-J-MBX

12 - A )

Which one of the following bodies has played a significant role in the codification of international law ?

(a) International Court of Justice

(b) Security Council of United Nations

(c) International Law Commission

(d) Trusteeship Council of United Nations

39. Which of the following is the effect of a unilateral declaration by a State to accept the principles of a treaty to which it is not a }?arty ?

1. The State becomes a party to the treaty.

2.

The State becomes bound by these principles.

3.

The State will have an obligation to become a party to the treaty.

4.

The declaration may create estoppel against the State.

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

(a) 1 and 2

(b) 2 and 4

(c) 1 and 3

(d) 3 and 4

(a) Executive act only

(b) Legislative act only

(c) Judicial act

(d) Legislative as well as Executive act

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~ ~ <flIT c)J ffnz ~ ~ c#t ~:'ffilq'il c5T ~?

(a) ~~itw~

(b) l1a"ffi ~ Q'i111 ~ G."I~,{IJH

'I1R?f m ~RltlR ~ ~tR ~ flfUifflct TIPB' w 39. Rl"'"1ff1f{llC1 :Ncim {f5f m?r d)1(1lj¢tlJOi qqr ~ ?

1. Pi :~ fc!fucp fl6lQct I to fcrq-q- ~ ~ ffi'Q

2. ~ 335 {f5f ~

3. ~~

4. ~·51 Q5 (C;)

(c) t.m. ~ CHTli ~ ~ ~ (d) ~~~~~

36.

(a) 1- 3 - 2 - 4

(b) 2 -1- 4 - 3 (c) 2 - 3 - 4-1 (d) 4 - 2 -1- 3

37.

fTll"iffimct ~ ~ ~ fcITomn "$ fcraR ~ 3ict'{~~Q fum ~ ~ -q rcrru 1"1?f t 31Ng; PI ~iJ Q I (Ii d) J1ct'{~t{lll ~mCbC11 t JIT ~ fctffiT ~ tIT ftlfll$Ct q'{ dlUidll{) Rzp:IT "$ ~ ~ ?

(a) ~~ (b) Jff;:r ~ (c) iT. ~

(d) ~~

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Rktffifuct * ~ ~ t!CP ~ ~ 3ict:(it{l£l fflfu em tifgctldrg:: ~ 1l JOiBfiI,!oi ~ ~ t ?

(b) ~~~an~ (c) 3iC1'{~t{la ~ 3WWr

(d) ~ ~ ~ ~ (S{t€l~lq CbljrnCi)

l2Q5 ~ ~ faffiT "tifu m, f.5m<m qe; qar Pfift· t. ~ -as) 5Im':1i;;U\ ~ c#r 1Tcf)q~ tmurr Q5T RC1lf1f~ct it "ff w:n -~ wmcr tWIT ?

2. ~ ~ ~ "ff ~ m JTl1!11T I

3. ~ mm itm FcP 3ft' mu em l2Q5 qer Q.=f 311T! I

~~1TI? WGQ5T ~ ~~:nRWm: (a) 1 3ffi' 2 .

(b) 23fR 4

(c) 1 3fR 3

Cd) 3 3fR 4

40.

(c) ;::qlmcP ami ~

Cd) ~ 3lR cPlaQlfB1d51 ~ m¢ ~

r

41.

Pacta teriiis nee nocent nee prosunt means 44.

(a) Treaties do not impose obligations but confer rights on third state (not parties to the treaty)

(b) Treaties impose obligations and confer rights on third states

(c) Treaties impose .obligations but do not confer rights on third states

Cd) Treaties neither impose obligations nor confer rights on third states

42. Which of the following are examples of instant customary international Taw?

1.

Law of outer space

2.

Law of treaties

3.

Law relating to continental shelf

4.

Law relating to territorial sea

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

(a) 1 and 2 (b) 3 and 4 (c) 2 and 4 (d) 1 and 3

43. Judicial decisions constitute

(a) primary source of international law

(b) subsidiary means for the determination of rules of law

(c) equitable principles

(d) merely moral principles

P-DTO-J-M BX

( 14 - A )

In which one of the following cases has it been laid down that retroactivity of recognition

. operates to validate acts of de facto government which has subsequently become the new de jure government and not to invalidate acts of the previous de jure government?

(a) Adams v. Adams

(b) Carl Zeiss Stiftung case

(c) Civil Air Transport Inc. v. Central Air Transport Corporation

(d) Obschestvo AM. Luther v, James Sagar and oo.:

45. Which of the statements given below is/are correct?

De facto recognition is extended to the regime which is in fact in control of the territory.

De jure recognition must always be preceded by de facto recognition.

De jure recognition must be conferred on the de facto government.

Recognition de facto implies a doubt on the stability and legitimacy of the government.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

1.

2.

3.

4.

(a) 1 and 4 (b) 1 and 2 (c) 2 and 3 (d) 4 only

46.

Which one of the following theory/view supports the fact that the recognition is retrospective, i.e., it dates back to the day on which the state had come into existence?

(a) Constitutive theory of recognition

(b) Declaratory theory of recognition

(c) The view that recognition is compulsory (d) The view that illegal regimes need not

be recognized

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41.

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(d) ~ ~ ~ tR -::r ill dltIQ('1l(? ~ ~ ~ 3lR ";f m 3lfua5R ~ ~ ~

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42. Rhifftfud if ~ iffi;ffi ffiij)J"ff fimJl;:q 3i('1{it:?1<:1 fcITU 45. -as: 3G:1E!{OI t ?

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4. ~~ ~ ~ tlRi[)aii fafu

~ Ke- rre- we mr w:ITrr ax ~ :r-R-~ : (a) 13fR 2

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43. ~Rom

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44. R8f?Jfu:t'1"# ~ fm:r mP ma: "# 'lTg ~ f<vm 1lm Fcf; lfRrnT em 'iadOll flct ~ -mtF{ ~ :tr tire: if ;rm fcJftrn: ~ "d"-::r JITffi t. CI5lzIT <Pl Rlftl14l;:q til ~ ~ ~ frm mrlillr ~ t ";f fa> ~ fu'ftm; mm-::r m m a5r ~ ~ ~ $ fffiz ?

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H ktklffid if ~ O'>"R- "fITM qm;:r ~ t~ ?

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2. faftrn; lfR«'IT ~ ~ -~ <rnJO: ~ ~ ~I-

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4, CffijCf: ~ mTfR -$ ~ ~ 'i:ttrnT tR

~~~tl

~ ~ rre- ~ em lRITn' (f){ ~ SfR Wm :

(a) 1 * 4

(b) 1:RR 2

(c) 2,3f\-{ 3

Cd) iPa'M 4

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(a) l1R«'IT "ffiT J I O'1ICli d5 ~ (b) llRRfT em ti'i~OIl(liCb ~

(c) ~ fcruR fcp +rRrnT ~ t

(d) ~ RfflR fcp 3l!u ~ mllfFll?fT "'1' ;ft JfT{!

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47.

Match List I with List II and select the correct 50. answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

(Judicial decision) (Principle)

A. Reparations case

1. Estoppel

. B. Certain Expenses case

2. Recognition

C. Temple of Preah Vihear case

3. Peace keeping 51. operations

D. Arantzazu Mendi

4. International personality of UNO

case

Code:

A

B

c

D

(a) 4

3

1

2

(b) 4

1

3

2

(c) 2

1

3

4

(d) 2

3

1

4

48.

Which one of the following is prohibited by Article 2(4) of the United Nations Charter?

(a) Use of force by member states in their

internal matters

(h) Threat to use force by member states against the UNO

(c) Usc of force by non-member states

(d) Use of force or threat to use force by' 53. member states in their international relations

49. The e.xpenses of the International Court of Justice are borne by the United Nations in such a manner as decided by the

(a) General Assembly

(b) Security Council

(c) International Court of Justice itself (d) Secretary General of United Nations

P-OTO-J-MBX

( 16 - A )

Which one of the following can request International Court of Justice to give an advisory opinion?

(a) State

(b). General Assembly

(c) International Law Commission (d) Individual

Which of the following ensure continuity m the International Court of Justice?

1. Elections to the Court are staggered.

Elections take place every three years with respect to five judges each time.

1/3rd (one-third) of the judges retire

every three years.

Select the correct answer using the code

2.

3.

given below:

(a) 1.2 and 3. (b) 2 and 3 only (c) 1 and 2 only (d) 1 and 3 only

52.

Which one of the following is the successor to Human Rights Commission?

(a) Human Rights Committee

(b) Amnesty International

(c) International Committee of Red Cross (d) Human Rights Council

Which one of the following is the first instrument at the international level which conceptualizes human rights and provides an internationally agreed catalogue of human rights?

(a) United Nations Charter

(b) Universal Declaration of Human Rights (c) International Covenant on Civil and

Political Rights

(d) International Covenant on Social, Economi~ and Cultural Rights

47. wffICP)~II~~~~~$~ 50. fu! TIl:! we Q5T w:Trrr Cf){ ~ 3t'R 'ijRl! :

(~~r r=

A. Rqhl:=f1 em:: 1. mtr

B. ~ l!CR1~fltl em:: 2. ~

3. mii?r ~ m <fi)' .

'ti@llie 51.

RS41ffi~<'1 "ll ~, Cffil, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 52. 2(4) &Rr ~fct~<G> ~ ?

(a) ~"UJdt"[RT ~ ~ ~ "ll m:r cPT wim

(b) ~ ~ mT ~ ~ ~ qs) 'ffM'm ~<fi)' ~

(e) ~-~~ g,ro 'ffM CPT ~

(d) ~ ~ &RT 3T'R" 3i('F(f~ll ~ ~ m:r 53

>flfnT ZIT aM 'w:ITrr ~ <ffi' w:RCr •

D _ 31'1 ... (1 ;:nIl'! ir.i'r crrcr 4. ~ ~ -m-r C5f 34('j{it{'1q OClfmfi1

A

B

D

c

(a) 4

3

1

2

(b) 4

3

2

1 ..

(e) 2

1

3

4

(d) 2

3

1

4

. 48.

49. 3id{~~a ;:qlllk111 -$ &:r<:l Q5J .~ ~ ~ &RT ~ Wr ~ fcpm :3I'ffiT ~ 3tm fcp

I

(a) ~ GRT Rum fcnaT "5t'TP

(b) W83T ~ WU Rom fcDa-r JlT(!

. (e) m 3i('1{ft{'1 II ;:;a III I (¥Iq &RT Rum fc5m 3fT1? (d) ~.~ SleHirna ~ Rum fc5m 'JIlQ

,

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( 17 - A )

RS41ff1f&<1 * ~ a)R l!1P. 3i(Hft4hOl '"'llql(¥lQ em f1 (¥II i3d5l{) '!Rf ~ ~ ffre ~ Cf){ mlXIT ~ ?

(a) ~

(b) ~

( e) 3i (1:(j ~ q fcrfu 3Wim (d) ~

PlJ:1fflR5k1 .q ~ m'R. 3i(f<:f<ta ::allll(¥lq -q F1{('1 {<1 I ~ ~ em ~~a(1 CiffiITtamr t# ?

1. .=tlli:mliltn ij) Rala-=! ~ ~ tf I

2. ~ i'.fR -q'fu .. =tua I'ci1:di m fffi? I ~ c1RR mti ~matl

,

3. 1Tcfl-~ ~ ~ ~ me; flClIR~'\1 ma-

~I

~ ~ 1ffi ~ CPT >ra'm aR ~ 3TR ~ ; (a) 1, 2 3ffi- 3

(b)' 'fficrc; 2 3fR 3

(c) ~ 13fR 2

(d) $rc; 1 3fR 3

HA~fui<1 ~ ~ ~ l!CP, llT'fflTfWf5R JW.lrrr cpr 3'\1{a~ ~ ?

(a) SlHalftldll{ ~

(b) ~ $C:{~~1-=!1'1

(c) 34<'1'<.f~q ~ ~ (d) ~~

, '

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(a) ~~mm

(b) ~ cCr ~ 3G:e114oll

. '

(c) ~ ~ {I J1~ Rl dJ :Jtfu d51 {i q:{ 3'io:f<'it{l t( ~

(d) tilllIGid5,;mfficp Fci 'tii¥fda; 3flt1C!5H'j q:{ 3i(i{j~q ~

What is the correct chronological order of the 56. following human rights documents?

1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

2. Convention on the Elimination of all

forms of Discrimination Against

Women.

3. Convention on the Rights of the Child.

4. International Covenant on Civil and

Political Rights.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1- 2 - 3 - 4

(b) 1- 4 - 2 - 3

54.

(c) 2 _. 4 - 1 - 3 (d) 4 - 1- 2 - 3

55. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

Code:
A B C D
(a) 2 1 3 4
(b) 4 3 1 2
(c) 2 3 1 4
(d) 4 1 3 . 2
P-DTO-J-MBX 18 - A } A. Case 'concerning the aerial incident of

10 August 1999 (Pakistan v. India)

13. Corfu Channel case

C. Rights of passage case

D. Territorial Dispute case (Libya v, Chad)

1. Jurisdiction
under the
optional
'system
2. Jurisdiction
based on a
bilateral
treaty
3. Forum
. prorogatum
4. Jurisdiction
on the basis of 58.
the UN
Charter Which one of the following instruments provides for the establishment of Human Rights Committee?

(a) Universal Declaration of Human Rights

(b) United Nations Charter

(c) International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

(d) International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

57. A is dead drunk and yet decides to go for a joy ride along with his friends. He drives his newly imported car with high speed and is not able to control his vehicle when he passes through. a busy shopping market causing instant death of three pedestrians. He is found to be in highly intoxicated state at the time of the accident.

and the speed of the car is found to be above 70 kms. For which one of the following offences can he be prosecuted ?

...

(a) Homicide caused by rash and negligent
act
(b) Murder
(c) Culpable homicide not amounting to
murder
(d) Causing grievous hurt by an act
endangering life Even if the harm to the plaintiff has been caused maliciously no action can lie for the same unless the plaintiff can prove that he has suffered legal injuries. In which one of the following cases was this principle enunciated ?

(a) Bradford Corporation v. Pickles

(b) Christie v, Davey

(c) Re Polemis case

(d) Holderness v. Goslin

RAf81mrl ~ e:tfila;Jfj em ttfr dJlC1ljifiq 56. CRJT ~ ?

1. iiHCllfUam.l c5t ~ 3r:::ij~qull I

,

RAfHfad -q ~ a5t.rnT 1!dJ" 34dJ,{OI ~ ~ a5l ~ ~ cit ~ CfR(IT t ?

54.

2.' ~$~rimpj-{ij)~$~ tR~1

3. ~ ~ 3lfffiPRT $ fcNq if ~ I

4. ~ ITci' '( 1J1~Rl(f) ~ tR 3h<:h{h"l

mffirc:J I

;{fd- ful? "J"ffi we <PT m ax ~ :nf{ ~ :

(a) 1- 2 - 3 - 4

(b) 1- 4 - 2 - 3

(e) 2 - 4 -1- 3

(d) 4 -1- 2 - 3

(b) ~~~

(e) fufcrr:r {!cf (13101kldJ gjrodJl{i Q"{ 3irl{~~q ~

(d) ~r flll:llGidJ ~ fli~frl(f) 3lfua;'ffi tR 3i (1 {'j~ q >Rtfcfe:r

57. A 3l~fudJ ~ if ~ m ~ :wR" f1:cii m ~ w:R

"3ff.l "d5T ~ QR.(1'T ~ 1 ~ 3fQ';fr ;;t 311Ulfrrcf "d5R

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, :ffi 3If~ RPm JIT ~ t ?

(a) ~O ~ 3Q-~ ~ &RT CETfuf liRa em (b) ~

(c) 3l14{lmd5 lTRQ qq Jfr ~ a5t aM?;- 11 ~ 3miT

.

55. ~ I cPT wft II ~ ~ c5)fu 3fR" ~ a, ;:fltr

fu 1lt? ~ 05T ~ d)"{ ~ 3"if{ ~ ;

~ 1 "?FfT II

1. ~d5f?q(j) ~ ~ 31t?R, 3lfucblRdi

A. 1031Tffif 1999 cCt ~w;;:rr$ ~ifmcr

( 4 Ifffi{(1 H ~mw)

B. ~mq-re-

(d) ~"dJ1"4" &RT uR :mfu CPTft; awn ~ ~ "d5T ~ fiCBCI4:"l m 3fIQ'

c. 11Tlf$~ d5T en?:

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4. ~~~'R 58. snmfur 3MdJlRdl

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q;c;:
A B
(a) 2 1
(b) 4 3
(c) 2 3
(d) 4 1
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1 4
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Match List I with List II and select the correct, 61. answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

{Defence) (Decision)

59.

The standard of care generally used ill cases of negligence is the

(a) skill and care of a professional person

A. Inevitable accident

1. Richards v.
Lothian
2. Alexander v.
North Eastern
Railway
3. Nichols v.
Marsland
4. Stanley v.
Powell (b) care taken by an intelligent and prudent man

B. Act of God

(c) foresight of a prudent man

(d) skill and foresight of an ordinary person of prudence and competence

c. Justification by
truth
D. Act of third
party
Code:
A B C
(a) 4 3. 2
(b) 1 3 2
(c) 4 2 3
(d) 1 2 3 62. Two persons arc said to be joint tort-feasors when

(a) a person on account of his negligence gives opportunity to another for committing a tort

D

1

(b) two or more persons are simultaneously involved in committing a wrong

4

1

(c) a tort is committed by two or 'more persons or anyone of them when they are engaged in furtherance of a concerted purpose

4

60. X, the owner of a car .. asked his friend Y to drive the car to his office. As the .car was near his (X's) office, it hit a pedestrian P

on account of Y's negligent driving. and injured him seriously. P sued X,' for 63. damages. Which one of the. following IS correct regarding the above?

(d) two persons together commit a to~

In which one of the following cases has the test of directness for determining the remoteness of damage been applied?

(a) X is not liable as it, was the negligence ofY

(a) Donoghue v. Stevenson

(b) Re Polemis

(b) The liability was solely of Y as X was not accompanying him

(c) As Y was driving under X's care and authority, X is liable

(c) Wagon Mound No.1

(d) Doughty v. Turner Manufacturing Co.

Ltd.

(d) X is not liable under the principle of inevitable accident

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(b) ~ ~111'1 ~ ~.~ a:rfu> &RT ffi JrRcrrm~~

59, ~ I,eN wrr II ~ ~ ~ 3lR: ~ m -;fu} 61. JQ-aIT m l1P1ffi it ttIUI'<Old: fW:u 3fR QTffi filaOl~

~ 1lT2 ~ QJT wWT CfR ~ 3TR ~ : <PT ~

?J.ffT I -wfr II

(Jlfrrrre") (Frufm (a) ~ ~ mfuJ a5t g5!;!lfld 1 3ffi" 'flldU 141 ~

A. 3'lQRtnQ ~

B. ~~

1. ~q;:rrq~

2. 3lctct~'5'< Q.Wf ;tM ~tfra-

C. ~9RT . ;:q I ,Mil ffi

D. 3Rf mfffi cpr "CF.iT4 4. ~ ~ ~ ~:

AB

c

D

(a) 4· 3

2

1

(b) 1

4

3

2

(c) 4

2

3

1

(d) 1

2

3

4

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H8iftf-@d it ~ ~ QC.P ~ ~ ? 63.

(a) X G.T6T ~ t CRIlfcp ~ y c€r :Wan cit

(b) ~ ~ Y "ffir ar CRllfcp X ~ ~ o:rc£T m

(c) X c::rz?r ~. a=d'ifcp y 3flQ5t ~ 3fR ~ it<PRWTmW

(d) X 3!qR~14 ~ m ~ m :mlR ~ '1it ~

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(b) i'r"lIT 31fucp a:ffip 1?<P ~ ~ CPT ~ it fll1t1Jl4fQ(f) ~ ~ ~ m-a ~

(c) t!CP ~ cIT "lIT 3lftrcp aqfm'il "'IT :F1it ~ ~ 1Tcfi ~ 'g:m fcIx:rr "3lIl! "Jl"a' -a ~ 1Tcfi tifUiR1d ~ it l'fll Sl! it

(d) cIT affip ~ ~ 1!cP ~ offir t

Rhif?lwm it -fr ~ 1!cP ~ it ~8;ffiT CPT tR)"afUT ~ a5t tRramr <5r RWmf m m ~ Mf1J_ fc5m mn ~ ?

(c) WR 1Ws -;:i". 1

64. Match List I with List II and select the 66. Consider the following decided cases on the

correct answer using the code given below tort of foreseeability:

the lists: 1. Wagon Mound No.1

2. Wagon Mound No.2

3. Hughes v. Lord Advocate

4. Doughty v. Turner Manufacturing C~.

Ltd.

Select the correct chronological order of the above cases, in which they were decided, using the code given below :

(a) '1-2-3-·4

(b) 3 -1- 4 - 2

(c) 1- 3 - 4 - 2

(d) 3 -1- 2 - 4

List I
(Judicial Principle)
A. Injuria Sine
Damno
B. Damnum Sine
Injuria
C. Rule of last
opportunity
D. Doctrine of
alternative danger
Code:
A B C
(a) 1 2 3
(b) 1 3 2
(c) 3 <1 2
(d) 3 2 - 4 List II
(Decision)
1. Jones v.
Boyce
2. Davies v.
Mann
3. Ashby v.
White
4. Gloucester
Grammar
School case 67. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

(Special Defence) (Decision)

1. Cook v. Alexander

D A. Reasonable
. restriction
4
B. Contributory
4 negligence
1 C. Absolute
privilege
1 2. Rajinder Kishore v. Durga Sa,hi

3. Herd v.

Weardale Steel, Coal and Coke Co.

Ltd.

D. Qualified 4. Rural
65. The principle of absolute liability In the privilege Transport
Indian tort law is .applicable when damage Service v.
is caused by the activity or escape of Bezlum Bibi
Code :'
(a) Hazardous material orily-
A B C D
(b) Poisonous material
(a) 2 4 1 3
(c) Inherently dangerous material only (b) 2 1 4 3
(d) Hazardous or inherently dangerous (c) 3 1 4 2
material
Cd) 3 4 1 2
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w.rftI w.rftII
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B. ~elfutp~ 2 . MRr (:RTli "'IR
c. . :3tfuq 3fcRR em 3. ~ "iFfTll ®tc
~
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cPT ft:r.Gjn ¥:
A B
(a) 1 2
(b) 1 3
(c) 3 4
(d) 3 2 c

D

3 4

2

4

2

1

4

1

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.

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2. . WR 1fFg;:f. 2

3. ~ ?FfI1f Fi'ft QscMf)(,;

4. Stftr <Rfl::r rn *1ChdilR11·m. fc.:r.

~ ffu! ll1! we CB1 ~ ~ ~ 00 'ffi ~ ~ . CB1 ~ d51t1I"j¢lOl ~ :

(a) 1- 2 - 3 - 4

(b) 3 - 1- 4 - 2

(c) 1- 3 - 4 - 2

(d) 3 -1- 2 - 4

67. ~Ia5r~II~~~3lR~a>·~ ~ 1'11! we em >mm ~ ~ 3'ff{ ~ ;

?[tft I -wIT II

(fcr&r ~) (Rum)

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B. q,11G:14'I "3Q1ffi 2. ~~q;{]l1
wrrmen
c. 3ffirflm 3. ~a;rm~~.
Rtli'''f~IRldJR m 3iR m (5. fR.
D. ~ 4. ~~ ~
~ 1f1Tl:r ~ frID A

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(d) 3

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1

2

(N ature of tort) (Ingredient)
A. Private nuisance 1. Interest in
land 73.
B. Public nuisance 2. Addressed to .
the ey.e
C. Libel 3. No interest in
land
D. Slander 4. . Addressed to
the ear
Code:
A B C D
(a) 1 2 3 4
(b) 1 3 2 4
(c) 4 3 2 1
(d) 4 2 3 1
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Which one of the following is the gist of the 71. cause of action for tort of conspiracy?

(a) An agreement between defendants to do an unlawful act

(b) An agreement and overt act by the
defendants
(c) An agreement and overt act causmg
damage to the plaintiff
(d) Unlawful combination causing or not
causing damage to the plaintiff 69. Which among the following are relevant for liability in the tort of conspiracy?

1. Number of combiners

2. Purpose of the combiners

3. -1.

Intention of the combiners Actions taken by the combiners

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

(a) 1 and 2 (b) 2 and 3 (c) 1 and 4 (d) 2 and 4

70. Match List I with List II and select the correct ' answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

For an action of nuisance, the following have been put up as defences:

1. The place is suitable for the purpose.

2. It is for the benefit of the locality.

3. It is done under statutory authority. VVhich of the defences given above is/are correct?

(a) 1,2 and 3
(b) 1 only
(c) 2: and 3 only
(d) 3 only 72. Which one of the following elements is not necessary to have a private right of action

• in respect of a public nuisance ?

(a) The plaintiff must show a particular injury. to himself beyond that which is suffered by the rest of the public

(b) The injury must be of a substantial character

(c) The nursance must be caused by negligence

(d) The injury' must be direct and not consequential injury

Which of the following remedies are available in an action in the tort of nuisance?

1. Abatement

2. Injunction

3. Specific restitution

4. Action for damages

Select the correct answer usmg the code given below :

(a) 1, 2 and 4 only
(b) 1 and 3 only
(e) 2 and 4 only
(d) 1,2,3 and 4 68. HA~ffiI\'1- -# ~ ~ '(!ffi, ~ ~ ~ ij) fc:n? 71. enG: - ~ 3IT'UR ~ ?

(a) l'Imcllreq'j iP _ tfrq ~- a5rd- CPVl c6r

~

(b) l'Imdlreq~ 9RT ~ 3fR ~e.-r mm

(c) ~ 3fR ~ffi" rom -3lT"ClT€t em ~ ~ (d) fm~ ~~31'i ~ ~ Q5'r mR ~ m

~

69. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m fFre Htrj~fud -#'~ ~~-g?

1. fi ~~ jjdJ'j -as) ~

2. fi<:fl31ct>'i CB1 ~

3. fiq"JJ1dJ1 em ~

4. tk,tjJct>'i IDU fcnl! 'J'fl2" m ~fu:1!~Femm(j){W3m~ :

, 70.

(a) 1 3fR- 2 (b) 23fR 3 (c) 13fR 4 (d) 23tR 4

-wIT Icm-w:lT II~~~3W ~iP;% ffu! TfE we (ffi >m'm C!R ~ 3"ffi: ~ :

?JCfT I wit II

(~ CJil W1W) (3Rf{!Q)_

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B. ffim ~ 2. 3ffi:stT Q5'r '{1~'11Tht

3_. ~ij~f%o~ 4. m Q5'r NfOCf

c. 3[q'lfFf-~
D. :wll1R-~ -
WG:
A B C
(a) 1 2 3
(b) 1 3 2
(c) 4 3 2
Cd) 4 2 3 1

D

4

4

1

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2. Z«3 qfta'f;r WI ~ $ fffi! t I

3. ~ ~ mftraiR iP :mft;:r f<pm nm t I ~ij~-mmro~~~~ ?

(a) 1, 23fR 3

(b) ~ 1

(c) ~ 23fR 3

Cd) ~ 3

72. RtrjfRf{\t('j -# ~ 'dJ't.:rnT (i'ffl cfrcp ~ ~ ~ -q~Q5T~~~tpfcm~;:r!t· ~?

(a) ~ em -38l mm Q5'r st ffiffr ~ 3lftRp :wR

3ITtl en) §t ~ IHfu ~ 3ila¥~115 ~

(b) emr Q5T ~ ~ CB1 mo:rr 3lIa't~d5 ~

,(c) ~ i513Q-SIf ~ Q)f{Ol ~ 3lld!tlld5 ~

(d) alfff "JOI"flrB;1 ~ ~ ;; fcp qRo Ilfild5 8Jfu

73. H8f?Jru\'1 II ~ a5Fffi 3tmR ~ ~ 3l4ip('q mt ~ -# 3QffiU t: ?

L 34!;!P"I'i

2. ~

3. f8Rm~

4. ~~fffi!~

~ ~ TIt! we: Q5T ~ Cj){ ~ 3m ~ :

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(b) $en; 1 3i'R 3
(c) $rr; 23i'R 4
(d) 1, 2, 3 3ffi- 4 P-DTQ-J-MBX

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74. Consider the following statements:

The Actus reus is made up of

1.

human action which is usually termed 'conduct'.

2.

the result of such act in' the specified circumstances which is designated as 'injury'.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only (b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

75.

Which of the following is the correct theoretical sequence in the commission of an 78. offence?

1. Physical element

2.

Mental element

3. Forbidden consequence

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

Ca) 1-2-3
(b) 2-1-3
(e) 3-2-1
(d) 3-1-2 76. Locus poenitentiae test is applied to trace which one of the following?

(a) Criminal misappropriation

(b) Attempt (c) Sedition

Cd) Conspiracy

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1.

77. To whom, among the. following, is the right' of private defence, under Chapter IV of IPC, available?

Only to the defender being a preventive right ..

2.

An aggressor, while facing action on the part of the defender which is excessive.

Select the correct answer using the code given below :

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

P, with the intention of committing theft entered the house of Q. Q, on seeing him entering, struck him with a lathi and P fell down unconscious. Thereafter, Q gave him another blow of the lathi at his head which caused his death. On being prosecuted for murder, Q took the plea of private defence. Which of the following arguments is valid ?

(a) Since Q was acting in the exercise of his right of private defence of his property, he had taken a valid defence

(b) Since in the defence of one's property one cannot cause .death of the intruder, Q has no defence

(c) Q has used excessive force as once Pfeil unconscious; there was no need for the second blow. Hence, Q's plea of right of private defence will not succeed

(d) If P committed house breaking in the night, Q has the right to cause death in the defence of his property, and thus Q's plea should prevail

75. . Rl=ifMfuict ~ ~ ~ 1!<P :wRlU $ ~ "# ~

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,

t ?

(a) wm Q :wRT ~ cCr ~ RfcRen -m 3lfumR -m m:frrr ~ <PRl C5{ m ~, ~ 1!a5 ~~~

(b) ffa5:w:RT ~ a5i ~Iffi $ ff;m ~ ~ J{RI¢JOjOldl(1~ q§) ~ cmftn ~ QR~, Q a, 1:ffi1 ~ ~ i-

(c) Q -;f 3l('q~Qj <rci em ~ fi5z:rr ~ "Cfdjfcp Jro P ~ ~ fiR Tim; m ~ ~ a§T ~ Jlldli/qd5dl ~ ~ I ~ Q Q5T ~ mffi:mr '$ 3lfuam: q;r ~ ~ ~ mm

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. .

74. RkJfc1~d ~ "Q'{ ~ ~ : 31T1Rffucp m

. 1. lFf'll" -a, ~ "fl, ~ ~ '3ffiRUT' ~ ~, Q1(JJ t I

2. klPti!t'G ~ it flmr "1"fQ: -;re "d5¢ tp ~ ~ (f=!"ffi t f3rn" . amr' $ ~ -q 'i114Rm fc5m 1Tm t I

3$ it ~ m'R "ffiRl ~ ~ ~[t, ? (a) cffirc;r 1

(b) cffirc;r 2

(c) 1 3W: 2 iRT

(d) -;:r cIT 1 3fR ~ ~ 2 .

1. li! II fI Rdl {fffl

2. 14 Hftldl (fftf

3. ~ tffi:urJli

~ Re 1TI! WG Q5T 11Zfm (f)'{ "ffi?r 3TR -wm- : (a) 1- 2 - 3

(b) 2 -1- 3

(c) 3 - 2 - 1

. (d) 3 -1- 2

. 76. '3mTU ~ ~ iR" a, 3fiR=f{' m tRteJUT (J}f ~ R8R1f(!)(1 it ~ ~ 3l~'i'ilOI iP fu m

~ ? .

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(b) ~

(c) ~

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77. Rl=ik9ruC1 it ~ ~ ~ >!fuan em ~. ~ GUS ~. tp srv::rm- IV $ 3Rilfo IDt(i

t ?

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2. 3mPJlRf5 q?r, JRf ~a1cP g:m fcm! lTI! em:: (f5T mtFIl Cf)"'{ '{"gf m :ir 3kt! ftRp t I

(a) ~ 1

(b) tPcrc; 2

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(d) -;:r cIT 1 3iR -;:r if 2

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79.

Which one of the following is the correct group 82. of offences against which right of private defence relating to property can be exercised?

(a) Theft, Extortion, Robbery, Mischief.

(b) Theft, Extortion, Mischief, Criminal Trespass

(c) Robbery, Mischief, Criminal Trespass, Extortion

(d) Theft, Robbery, Mischief, Criminal Trespass

80. Which one of the following statements is correct?

For the purpose of Section 103 of IPC (causing death 10 the exercise of right of private defence for protection of property), there is

(a) no distinction between public property and private property.

(b) clear distinction between

property and private property.

(c) no right of private defence.

(d) no right of private defence at the

public

attempt stage of causing of death.

81.

Consider the following statements with respect to the analytical school of jurisprudence:

1. Law is posterior to State.

2. Law is what the ruler desires it to he.

3. Custom has no place in law.

4. Law should always conform' to the popular consciousness.

Which of the statements given above are correct?

(a) 1 and 2 only
(b) 3 and 4 only
(c) 1, 2 and 3
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A instigates B to kil1 C by means of it letter sent through post. The abetment by instigation is complete

(a) as soon as the letter reaches the addressee

(b) as soon as the abettor posts the letter to the addressee

(c) as soon as the contents of the letter are known- to the addressee

(d) even if the letter was sent at a wrong address

83.

B, a man of unsound mind, sets fire to a dwelling house "on A's instigation. Here, B is exempted from criminal liabiEty (Section 84 IPC), but A is guilty of abetting mischief by fire with intent to destroy the house. The principle for this criminal liability may be explained by which one of the following explanations ?

(a) The abetment of an offence being an . offence, the abetment of such an abetment is also an offence

(b) The person who has been instigated to commit an offence may not be liable under criminal law for his act because of his being of unsound mind at the time of committing the offence but the abettor shall be liable for" abetment to commit mischief by fire

(c) To constitute offence of abetment it is not necessary that the act abetted should be committed

(d), It is not necessary to the commission of the offence by conspiracy that the abettor should work in concert with the person who commits it

81. ~ cCr ~ "ffim "$ m -if Pt""1f?ifuid
cm.Fff Q"{ ~ ~ : (a) 3ltRm CPT ~ ~ ~ t, ~ ~ CPT
fcJfu ~ ~ Q:hlact1 t I ~ml!cJ)~t
1.
2. fflfinn~t ~ ~ WRfq) ~ ~ ~ I JmTU cp:R a;- fFm 3dH'Ilq I lTLIT a:ffip 3l1R
(b)
3. ~ CPT fc!fu if cBlt ~ ~ t I ~ m fffi2" 3TTlR1fbcp fafu m ~ <m:?r q ~
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fct; ~ Q5TQ cPJfur RPm ;;rre
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(a) ffrcp ~ 3lR ~ -w:qfu ~ mW lR'f{ ~

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(b) "ffi"ai ~ 3tR ~ ~ 1'.[ ~ 3R'R ~ I (c) ~ MIffi CPT· 3I"fUcm: <'iPJ. ~ ~ I

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84. X and Y conspire to poison Z. X in pursuance 87. of the conspiracy procures the poison and delivers it to Y in order that he may administer it to Z. Y in pursuance of the conspiracy administers the poison in the presence of X and thereby causes Z's death. What offence, if any, has been committed by X

and Y, respectively?

(a) Y has committed the offence of murder and X was an abettor

(b) Both X and Y have committed the offence of criminal conspiracy

(c) X has committed the offence of murder and Y was an abettor

(d) Both X and .y have committed the offence of murder

85. Which of the following is/are correct?

For an offence of extortion

1. it is necessary that the threat made and the property received be b)' one and the same person.

2.

it is not necessary that the person who received threat and the person who delivered the property be one and the same person.

Select the correct. answer using the code given below :

(a) 1 only (b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

In which one of the following cases did the Supreme Court explain the concept of grave and sudden provocation as a mitigating circumstance reducing the gravity of the offence from murder to culpable homicide not amounting to murder?

(a) State v. Dasrath

(b) Jagroop Singh v. State of Haryana

(c)

K.M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra

r

(d) Ujagar Singh v. Emperor

88. Match List I with List II and selectthe correct answer using the code given below the lists:

( List I
(Elements of
offence)
A. Movable property
obtained without
consent
B. Movable property
obtained without
consent by instant
violence
C, Movable property
obtained with
consent induced
by fear
D. Movable property
obtained using
instant violence by
a gang of six persons
Code: List II (Type of offence)

1. Robbery

2. Extortion

3. Dacoity

4, Theft

~----------------------------------------------------------------~:

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Consider the following:

1. Entrustment

2. Misappropriation or conversion to one's own use

3. Misappropriation, conversion or disposal with dishonest intention

In which one of the following offences are the above essential ingredients ?,

(a) - Cheating

(b) Criminal breach of trust

(c) Criminal misappropriation

(d) Extortion

90.

A, a revenue officer, having dominion over public money by virtue of his office and is either directed by law, or bound by a contract, express or implied, with the government, to pay into a certain treasury all the public money which he holds. A dishonestly appropriates the money. Which one of the following offences has A committed under IPC?

(a) Thoft, Section 378 IPC

(b) Criminal breach of trust, Section 405 IPC

(c) Misappropriation of property, Section 403 IPC

(d) Robbery, Section 390 IPC

91. In cases of criminal misappropriation, the initial possession of the property is

(a) - dishonest

(b) fraudulent

(p) innocent

(d) illegal

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~2.

Taking body

(a)

property .dishonostly from the dead

does not amount to any offence under IPC

(b) amounts to the offence of theft
(c) amounts to the offence of criminal
misappropriation
«n amounts to the offence of criminal
breach of trust 93. The juristic concept of contract consists of (a) free consent and capacity

(b) offer and acceptance

(c) consideration and undue influence (d) agreement and obligation

94. Consider the following statements:

An agreement made

consideration is void.

2. Consideration should have some value in the eyes of the law.

1.

without

3. Consideration has to be, adequate.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1,2 and 3 (b) 1 and 3 only (c) 3 only

(d) 1 and 2 only

95.

Consider the following statements:

An agreement in writing based on natural love and affection between near relatives js enforceable without considera tion.

2. An agreement to which consent of the promisor is freely given -is not void merely because the consideration is inadequate.

Which of the statements given above is/are

1.

correct?

(a) 1 only (b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

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Yes, he can ask for replacement of the box but cannot ask for damages

No, he cannot ask for anything as the 100. Which one of· the following is prescribed by iron box was given to him free. Hence the maxim ~x nuda pacta non oritur actio? there is no consideration .

96.

Consider the following statements in respect 99. of acceptance :

L In case of telephonic conversation, the contract is complete when the acceptor speaks the words of acceptance.

2. Conditional or qualified acceptance is also an acceptance.

3. Acceptance should be in the usual prescribed manner.

Which of the statements given aboveis/are

correct?
(a) 1 and 2
(b) 2 and 3
(c) 3 only
(d) 1 and 3 97. X purchases a deep-freezer. As an 'offer', a

c, free iron box was given as a gift along with the purchase. The iron box did not work properly and burnt X's expensive coat. Can X claim damages and ask for replacement of the iron box?

(a)

(b)

(c) Yes, he can ask for both damages and

replacement .

(d) None of the above

98. Consider the following statements:

1. An auctioneer's announcement to sell an artifact through auction on a certain day is not an offer but only an invitation to offer.

2. The highest bid in an auction is merely an offer which an auctioneer mayor may not accept.

Wh:ich of the statements given above is/are , correct?

(a) 1 only (b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

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X hands over her' expensive saree for cleaning to a dry cleaner who loses the same. X claims the total .value of the saree, The dry cleaner refers to a clause printed in the contract receipt which states that the dry cleaner can be held liable for Rs. 50 or 10% of the original value of the cloth only, whichever is less. Which one of the following propositions holds good to explain the correct position of law on the point ?

(a) The court generally does not entertain such frivolous cases

(b) The court will rely upon the clause in contract receipt and award only 10% of the cost of the ~aree (or Rs. 50 if it is less)

(c) The court will award reasonable damages, ignoring the clause as unreasonable

(d) None of the above

(a) Doctrine of privity of contract (b) Doctrine of consideration

(c) Doctrine of implied term (d) None of the above

101~ The acceptance given by A on B's invitation for lunch over phone is not a contract . because of which one of the following ?

(a) The acceptance was given orally

(b) The parties did not talk face-to-face

(c) There is, no intention to create a legal obligation

. . (d) Invitation cannot be proved in the court of' law

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102. Consider the following statements:

1.

All the provisions of contract law are equally applicable to the State if it is

entering into individual.

contract

with

2.

While entering into any contract, the State shall not discriminate between the individuals and provide equal opportunities as much as possible.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

103. Consider the following statements: .

1.

A contract formed by coercion and undue influence is vitiated and voidable at the opt jon of the party whose consent is so obtained.

2.

A contract formed, where both the parties are under mistaken notion about the existence of the subject matter, is void.

. I 106.

Which of the statements given above IS are

correct?

(a) 1 only

(b)

2 only

(c)

Both 1 and 2

Cd)

Neither 1 nor 2

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104. Which among the following elements is not required in case of undue influence?

(a) The parties stand in near relation to each other

(b) One party shall have the position of dominance over the other

(c) The party standing in a dominating position actually dominates the will of the other

(d) Parties are not necessarily related at all, they can be strangers meeting for the first time

105. X, the owner of a transport company, had an apprehension ·that his vehicles will be taken over by the government for election purposes. Despite that apprehension, he agrees to hire one of his buses to a marriage party. As the bus was taken over for election duty> he could not oblige the marriage party. Which one of the following propositions is correct in this regard?

(a) X is not liable as the performance of contract has become impossible

(b). As the performance has become impossible the aggrieved party cannot seek compensation for ~he loss

(c) X need not even return the security deposit, if received

(d) X is liable as he was aware that the government might take over his buses but he' did not bother to caution the other party

The new concept of equality as an antithesis of arbitrariness was propounded first by the Supreme Court in which one of the following cases?

(a)

Ramakrishna Dalmia v. Justice Tendolkar

Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India

(b) (c) Cd)

E.P. Royappa v. State of Tamil Nadu State of West Bengal v. Anwar Ali Sarkar

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104. ~ mTTQ ij) ~ it RAfftf~d -q ~ a5\;rm 1Tc6 "('ffQ 3i I d:ttl Cb ::nft' ~ ?

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107. Which of the following is/are involved wagering agreement?

1. An uncertain event

in 110. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:

List I List II

Parties have no control over the event Except the stake parties have no other interest in the event

Select the correct answer using the code

2.

3.

given below : (a) 1 only

(b) 1 and 2 only (c) 2 and 3 only (d) 1,2 and 3

108. A, a married woman, agreed to live in adultery with B and also agreed to serve him as his house keeper. In return, B agreed to pay A Rs. 500 per month for living in adultery and Rs. 500 per month for house keeping. The agreement is

(a) valid (b) void

(c)

void as to the first object but valid with respect to the second object

unlawful being opposed to public policy

(d)

109. Which of the following agreements may be enforced?

1. A promises to paint a picture for B by a certain day and at a certain price. A dies before the day.

2. A agrees to pay B a sum of money if a certain ship does not return. The ship is sunk.

Select the correct answer using the code given below

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2

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A. Satyabrata
Ghosh v.
Mugneeram
B. West Bengal
Financial
Corporation v.
Gluco Series
C. Union of India v.
Steel Authority
of India
D. Salima Jabeen v.
National Insurance
Co. 1. Anticipatory breach of contract

2. Frustration of contract

3. Novation

4. Unjust benefit under mistake

Code:
A B C D
(a) 2 1 4 3
(b) 2 4 1 3
(c) 3 4 1 2
Cd) 3 1 4 2 111. In which of the following situations is there a stipulation by way of penalty?

A undertakes to repay B a loan of Rs. 1,000/- by five equal monthly instalments with a stipulation that, in default of payment of any instalment, the whole shall become due.

A borrows Rs. 100/- from B and gives him a bond for Rs. 200/- payable by five yearly ipstalments of Rs. 40/-, with a stipulation that, in default of payment of any instalment, the whole shall become due.

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

1.

2.

(a) 1 only (b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2 Cd) Neither 1 nor 2

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(a) ~ 1

(b) axrc; 1 3tR 2 (e) ID'aN 2 3IR 3 (d) 1,2 3tR 3

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~ f?J! 'llt! we em ~ aF{ ~ :mi ~ :

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112. Consider the following statements with 114. Consider the following objectives of the law

regard to law of contract relating to damages :

1.

Presence of consideration is essential but the same should be adequate.

2.

Inadequacy of consideration may be considered as evidence for the presence of undue influence.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

Cd) Neither 1 nor 2

113. X applied for the -post of Director in an organization. The gover~ng body of the organization passed a resol ution appointing him. After the meeting, one of the members of the governing body informed him privately of the resolution. Subsequently, the resolution was rescinded. X claims damages. Which one' of the following is the correct legal proposition in the case?

(a) X cannot claim damages as there was no formal communication

(b) X cannot claim damages as he had not resigned from his existing post in anticipation of getting the appointment letter

(c) X can claim damages as governing body cannot rescind' the resolution once passed

(d) X can claim damages as thefe was private communication

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1.

Enrich the party who has sustained loss by breach of contract.

2.

Punish the party who has committed the breach of contract.

3.

Put the party, who sustained the loss, in the same position as if the contract has been performed.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1,2 and 3

(b) 2 and 3 only

(c) 3 only

Cd) 1 and 2 only

115. Consider the following statements :

1. Void contract means an agreement which is perfectly valid at the inception but rendered void due to subsequent developments.

2.

Void agreement is an agreement which is void from the inception,

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1 only

(b) 2 only

(c) Both 1 and 2

(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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(b) ~2

(c) 1 ~ 2 ~

(d) "1' m 1 3lk "1' t£t 2

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(c) axrcrr 3

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Directions : The following five (5) items consist of 118. Asser.tion (A): A State law on any matter of

Codes:

Reason (R): Any sudden and provocative act done by a member of an unlawful assembly would render the other members of the assembly liable.

two statements, one labelled as the 'Assertion (AJ' and the other as 'Reason (RY You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the answers to these items using the codes given below:

Concurrent List· prevails

notwi thstanding any •

repugnancy with an earlier law made by the Parliament.

Reason (BJ : On any matter In the
Concurrent List, the
Parliament can make a law
that prevails over any
repugnant State law, (a) Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A

(b) Both A and R are individua'lly true but 119. Assertion (AJ: Contributory negligence in an

R is not the correct explanation of A

accident is a defence. to a charge in criminal law .

(c) A is true but R is false

(d) A is false but R is true

Reason (RJ: The fact that. the deceased was also negligent and contributed to the accident does not afford a defence to the driver.

116. Assertion (AJ: Austin's concept of law is known as imperative theory.

Reason (R) :

120. Assertion (AJ: The essence of joint liability

Austin emphasizes on the under Section 149 of the IPC is

commanding character of law,

that the criminal .act must

have been done with a view to fulfilling' the common object of an unlawful assembly.

117. Assertion (AJ: Refusal to issue a writ of habeas corpus under Article 226 does not bar the remedy

for a similar Article 32.

writ

under

Reason (B): The rule of res Judicata is not applicable to the writ of habeas corpus.

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