TIME: 0.

3 Hours

RMLNlU Aprll,2a11 Family law Answer all the questions Figures in the margin indicate the marks (Section A) (Answer in approximately 250.words)

LLB/SEM-IV/la-ll/ET/FL MAX. MARKS: 60.

1. 2, 3.

4.

5. 6. 7.

8.. 9.

(4 x 10.) Discuss the changing concept of "Cruelty" as a ground of matrimonial relief under Hindu Law with the help of relevant case laws. What is the standard of proof required in such cases? "Secs-24 and 25 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1956 and Sec-18 of the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956 are similar in purpose but different in application from each other". Elucidate Decide the shares in following cases: (irA', a Sunni Muslim, died in 20.0.1leaving property and is survived by the spouse, two sons, a daughter father, full brother and son's son..Discuss who will get the property and what would be the quantum of their shares. (ii) 'A' Sunni Muslim, dies leaving behind property and is survived by his mother father, a widow, two son, a daughter, sister's daughter and true grandfather. Discuss who will get the property and what would be their shares. (i)'X', Hindu male died in 1996 leaving behind property and is survived by spouse ,two daughters, son of predeceased son, step-mother, sister, brother, and three son. Ascertain the shares of aforesaid heirs in X's property and give reasons. (Ii) 'A,' a male Hindu, dies intestate in 20.0.5and is survived by his widow. He also had two sons and two daughters. Elder son '(Sl)' after conversion to Muslim faith got married to a Muslim girl and died during the life time of 'A' after begetting a son. One daughter got married to a Christian man under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. Second son who had fallen into bad company murdered 'A's' brother over a property dispute. 'A' leaves behind property worth Rs.50 lakhs. Discuss who would inherit his property and what would be their shares. Or Who will be the heirs of a female Hindu if she inherits the property from her relations? (Section B) (Answer in approximately 50 words) (5 x 2) What do you mean by Doctrine of Auf and Radd Explain Death bed gifts under Muslim law. 'Rivaz' makes a gift of his land to his niece, Humeera, who is a minor. Humeera is living with his uncle as his father is working in America. There is no delivery of possession, even though the gift has been accepted on behalf of the minor by the father. Is this gift valid? Give Reasons to support your answer. What is an Oral Gift? 15 it valid under the Muslim law? What do you mean by the Doctrine of Representation? What is its application? (Section C) Answer the correct choice, answer as the need be (10 x 1) i. State only two differences between Hiba and Will under the Muslim law. ii. Grandfather comes under False Grandparent. {True/False} iii. A petition under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 can be presented before the Supreme Court of India. (True/Fa lse) iv, A divorced wife can claim maintenance under Sec-125 of Cr.PiC. (True/False) v. Musha means . vi. Gift made for the religious or spiritual purpose can be revoked before delivery of possession of the property. {True/False} vii. Pendente lite means . viii. Right of maintenance of a Muslim Wife is absolute in nature. (True/False) lx, Who is Propositus? x. What is alimony?

10.

TIlVJE:03 HOURS

RMLNLU April,201l CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-II Answer all the questions Figures in the margin indicate the marks (Section A) (Answer in approximately 250 words)

LLB/SEM IV 1l0·l1iET/CL·II

MAX. MARKS: 60

(4 x 10)

1. Write a note on Ordinance making Power of the President of India. Explain whether satisfaction of President under Article 123 is justiciable. Or Write a note, stating the case law on the Pardoning Power ofthe President Is Pardoning Power subject to judicial review? 2. Explain in detail Privileges and Immunities of the Members of Parliament. Or Petitioner, an editor of 'X' magazine published a full account of the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh, including the portion expunged by the Speaker. The Speaker issued a show cause notice to the petitioner and directed him to appear before the House on a fixed date and time. When the petitioner failed in doing so, the Speaker issued a warrant against him to arrest him. In response to it the petitioner filed a writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution, claiming that his publication was protected by Freedom of Speech and Expression as secured under Article 19(1)(a) and his arrest was against his right to life and personal liberty as provided under Article 21. Advice the petitioner whether he will be successful in his action. 3. Discuss in detail the provisions in regard to the appointment of the judges of the Supreme Court. Is the President bound to implement the recommendation of Chief Justice of India without following the consultation process? Or What do you mean by "Doctrine of Basic Structure"? Are you in favour of this doctrine? Give detailed reasons. 4. In the Scheme of Distribution of Legislative Powers under the Constitution of India, one finds the Central Dominance. Point out in detail five areas of dominance. Or Parliament passed the Preventive Detention Act, 2010 in which the maintenance of law and order is also included. List-I, Entry 9 and List-III, Entry 3 provide for the subject of Preventive Detention but in these Entries the above ground is not included. 'X' challenged the Law on the ground that as it is not included in both the Lists, and, therefore, Parliament has no power to pass such Law. Discuss the constitutional validity of the Act of20IO in the light of the provisions of the Constitution oflndian and judicial decisions, if any. (Section B) (Answer in approximately 50 words) (5x2) 5. Judicial Accountability. 6. Supersession of judges. 7. Residuary Legislative Powers. 8. Doctrine of Pith and Substance. 9. Uncodified Privileges of the Members of Parliament.

P.T.O.

(Section C) (lOxl) 10. Answer the correct choice, answer as the need beWhen a matter is disputed: "it is for the Courts to decide whether a Privilege exists and for the House to 1. decide whether such Privilege is infringed". (True/False) The National Commission for the Review of Working of the Constitution submitted its report in the year 11. . under the Chairmanship of Justice . A Supreme Court judge can be impeached on grounds of: 1 2 . 111. A resolution passed by the Council of States under article 249, empowering Parliament to legislate on the IV. State subjects in national interest, remains in force for a period of...................... . After the appointment of Justice A.N. Ray as the Chief Justice of India, name the judges who resigned V. against such supersession. (TruelFalse) VI. In Re Keshav Singh case, the Supreme Court opined that in all cases, the Parliamentary Privileges shall control all the fundamental rights. (True/False) VB. Name the two important provisions introduced by Judges Enquiry Bill 2006 in regard to setting the accountability of the Supreme Court Judges. The Doctrine of Basic Structure had the origin in the case of . Vlll. The Doctrine of Repugnancy provided under Article 254 will also apply to conflict in laws under List-I and IX. List-II. (TruelFalse) The Dhillion 's case deals with Article 245 of the Constitution of India. (True/False) x.

RMLNLU April,2011 TIME: 03 Hours

LLB/ SEM-IV/ 10-11/ETjPIL

Public International

Law

MAX. MARKS: 60

Answer all the questions Figures in the margin indicate the marks

(Section A)
(Answer in approximately 250 words) (4

x 10)

1.

The use of force to achieve self-determination principles of the Charter. Comment

has been claimed as legitimate

on the ground that it furthers the

2.

Discuss the nature of Territorial Discuss the following cases-

Sea and Contiguous Zone.

3.

SS Lotus Case Corfu Channel Case

4.

(Section B)
(Answer in approximately Explain/CommentS. Active Nationality 6. Principle 50 words) (sX2)

Exclusive Economic Zone Subjective Territoriality Continental Shelf Universal Jurisdiction Principle

7. 8. 9.
10.

(Section C)
Answer the correct choice / answer as the need be (10 xl) i. Continental Margin comprises of . (True/False)

ii.lnternationallaw is a highly decentralized system of law. iii. 'Monism' denotes that International Law and State Law: (a) represent two entirely distinct legal system (c) are not emforceable (b) are concomitant (d) are not binding aspects of the one system

iv. A formal source of law is that from which a rule of law derives its force and validity .. v. Usage represents the preliminary general. vi. Opinio juris means vii. Ex aequo et bono means viii. TWAILstands for . law.

(True/False)

stage and a custom may be said to arise when the practice has become (True/False) . .

ix. Judicial decision is a subsidiary source of international x. Positivists hold that the State is a metaphysical

(True/False) (True/False)

reality having a will of its own.

RMLNLU April, 2011 TIME: 03 Hours Jurisprudence Answer all the questions Figures in the margin indicate the marks (Section A)

LLB/SEM IV/l0-11/ET/Juris. MAX. MARKS: 60

1.

2.

3.

4.

(4 x 10) (Answer in approximately 250 words) Explain the different theories of legal personality. Or Discuss the legal personality of an Idol and an unborn person. With the help of diagrammatic representation explain the Hohfeldian analysis of legal rights. Or Explain the different kinds of rights with the help of illustrations. Explain the salient features of Sociological School of Jurisprudence and in this reference, comment in brief on the Roscoe Pound's theory of Social Engineering. Comment on the relevance of the continuance of faith in the Natural Law School's philosophy in the modern scientific era. Or Write a detailed note on the Historical School of Jurisprudence. (Section B) (Answer in approximately 50 words) Comment on the classification of laws given by St. Thomas Aquinas. Explain Rousseau's theory What do you mean by the Explain the central theme Explain the characteristics of Social Contract. expression 'natural law with changing content'? behind the basic human needs discourse. of a legal right with the help of an illustration. (5 x 2)

5. 6.

7. 8. 9.

10. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix.

(Section C) Answer the correct choice, answer as the need be(10 x 1) is the protagonist of Anthropological approach to the study of law.

Volksgeist means . is the jural contradictory of liberty. A right which is available against the world at large is called The right of encumbrance is called .

.

National character for law was advocated by Savigny. (True/False) 'Guru Granth Sahib virojman' is a juristic person. (True/False) Pactum Subjectionis between the State and its subjects is not to be found in Locke's theory of Social Contract. (True/False) In theory, the Sociological approach to the study of law is approach to the study of law. (A) an a priori (B) an a posteriori (C) Both (A) & (B) (D) None of the above Sir Henry Sumner Maine compared the instruments of legal growth and the in different legal systems. (A) stages of legal development (B) stages of social development

x.

(C) Both (A) & (B)

(D) None of the above

END TERM QUESTION PAPER LAW OF TORTS -II AND CONSUMER PROTECTION (IVth SEMESTER)

SECTION A (1) Discuss the jurisdiction Act, 1986. Can the Natioanl Commission settle matters relating to accidents arising out of the use of motor vehicle? Support your answer with decided cases. (2) Discuss the general rule regarding the survival of cause of action. (cite proper cases) (3) Discuss the provision relating to just compensation decided cases. (4) Discuss in detail and with the help of appropriate OR Discuss with the help of decided cases whether the services provided by the hospitals and medical practitioners fall within the ambit of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. case reference the requirement of policies and limits of liability as provided under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. on the basis of fault liability with the help of of the National Commission as provided under the Consumer Protection

SECTION B (5) Section 3 of Consumer Protection Act 1986.

(6) Dying in harness (7) Claim Tribunal under Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. (8) Importance of the case Common Cause, a Registered Society v..Union of India (AI R 1993 SC 1403) under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. (9) Definition of the term 'deficiency' SECTION C (10) Objectives (a) The term 'defect' is defined under (b) Application of Consumer Protection Act, 1986. (yes/no) insurance of motor (yes/no) of Section 140 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 restricts the right of the claimant as provided under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

under any other law for the tome being in force. (c) Section 147 of Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 provides for mandatory vehicles. vehicle.(true/false}

(d) Action for claim from motor accident ends with the insolvency of the owner of the (e) Regarding the procedure for the trail of motor accident case the claim tribunal shall have all powerofa ___

(f)

A misleading public representation

in a form the purports to be a warranty or guarantee of a of _

product or of any goods or services falls within the definition

(g) Complaint under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 must necessarily be (h) What is the pecuniary jurisdiction (i) U} What is the requisite qualification Consumer Protection Act, 19867 Give one disqualification for appointment as a member of District Forum. of District Forum 7 to be a president of National Commission under the

RMLNLU Time: 03 Hours

April,2011
Criminal Law-II Answer all the questions Figures in the margin indicate the marks (IPC Bare Act is allowed)

LLB/SEM-IV/ lO-l1/ET

/Crim.L-1i

(Section A)
{Answer in approximately 250 words} (4 x 10)

1.

All murders are culpable homicide but all culpable homicides are not murder. In the light of the above statement, discuss with the help of case law the difference offences. Or The law of sedition is vague, arbitrary and unjust and has no place in a functional guarantees to its citizens, freedom of speech and expression.

between

the two

democracy

which

2.

In the light of the above statement, critically examine the offence of sedition in the IPC with the help of relevant case laws and recent developments. 'A', a resident of Lucknow, has sent his son '5' to study law at Yale Law School, U.S. On 27/4/2011, at around 9 AM, 'A' received a call from U.S. and the caller identified himself as 'D.' 'D' told A that his son '5' has been taken hostage by his goons and if he wants to save his son's life he should electronically transfer forthwith Rs..10 Lakhs to a particular bank account with a U.S. bank. 'A' asked 'D' to let him speak to his son

but 'D' did not agree. 'A' frantically called his son's mobile number but in vain. Unable to speak to his son, 'A' became so frightened that he immediately transferred the money to the aforementioned bank account. What offence has been committed by 'D'? Discuss its elements in detail. 3. 'X' struck a deal with 'Z 'to sell 500 counterfeit currency notes of Rs. 100 denomination for Rs. 20,000/- in genuine currency. 'Z' needs the fake currency to pay wages to the workmen in his factory which ran in heavy losses this year. However, the information about the shabby deal was passed on to the local police and the moment 'X' and 'Z' exchange their respective bags with each other, the police personal arrested both. At the time of arrest, 'X' was in possession of genuine currency where as 'z' was in possession of fake currency. What charges may be levelled against 'X' and 'Z' underlPC? Support your answer with relevant arguments 4. and case law. 'R' runs an Acting School in Mumbai and is considered to be one of the best in the business. He was invited to deliver a talk in a career counseling session in a Girls' School in Lucknow on the theme "Acting as a Career Option". In the course of his presentation before the girls, he told them that many established TV and Film actors of today were once his students and it was his training and grooming that they have become famous and successful today. Seven days after his presentation in the Girls' School, a 17 years old girl'G' left her parents home and reached Mumbai to pursue her dream career in Hindi cinema. 'G' went to 'R's' office and told him that though her parents are dead against her proposed career, she wanted to enroll in his Acting School. 'R' told her that initially all parents dislike the very idea of their children entering this field but once you become successful, they start supporting you. 'R' allowed 'G' to join his Acting School and stay in the Girls' hostel of the school. However, 'G's' father got to know that she was in Mumbai learning acting skills in 'R's' school. 'G's' father lodges an FIR against 'R' for kidnapping his child. Elaborating upon the elements of kidnapping from lawful guardianship, decide whether 'R' is guilty of this offence.

P.T.O.

(Section 8)
(Answer in approximately 5. 6. 50 words) (5 x 2) Differentiate between theft and criminal misappropriation of property. 'T' entered 'V's' house at night when 'V' was fast asleep. 'T' moved 'V's' jewellery and was about to leave 'V's' premises when 'V' woke up and challenged 'T.' 'T' fired a gunshot in air to scare 'V' and ran away with jewellery. What offence has been committed by 'T'? Give reasons. 'P' and '0' are friends. 'P' has a girlfriend T and this fact is known to '0'. It came to 'O's' knowledge that 'P' is two-timing 'F' as he was already married. He threatened 'P' to disclose the fact of his marriage to 'F'. 'P' requested him not to do so. '0' agreed on the condition that 'P' paid him Rs. 20,000/- for his silence. 'P' agreed and paid the amount. What offence, if any, has been committed by 'O'? Give reasons. Kidnapping is not a continuing offence whereas abduction is. Illustrate. What offence, if any, is committed Refer to the statutory provision. if a person photocopies a currency note for some innocent purpose?

7.

8. 9.

(Section C)
10. Answer the correct choice/ answer as the need be (10 x 1) (i) In one sentence, write the meaning of "conjointly" in the offence of dacoity. (ii) High Court held that counterfeiting dollar bill is not an offence in India. (iii) The English law equivalent of the offence of extortion is . (iv) Indian law is essentially similar to English law on elements of theft. (v) Abandoned/ orphan children can be kidnapped. (vi) K.M. Nanavati case is on the point of . (vii) Even accidental physical injury caused to the victim in the course of committing offence to robbery. (True/ False) [viii] In the offence of theft, ownership is more important than possession. (ix) Taking away money from a dead person's pocket is theft. (x) Uma Shankar v State of Chattisgarh, AIR 2001 SC 3074 is a case on . (True/False) (True/False) theft will convert the (True/False) (True/False)

RMLNLU April,2011 TIME: 03 Hours

LLB/SEM-IV /lO-ll/ET

/LoT -II&CP(A)

Law of Torts-II and Consumer Protection
Answer all the questions Figures in the margin indicate the marks

MAX. MARKS: 60

(Section A)
(Answer in approximately 250 words) (4 x 10) medical, legal and Education' come within

1.
2. 3.

Whether services related to 'Insurance, Housing construction, the definition definition. Who is 'Consumer' under CPA, 1986? Mention

of 'service' under section 2(0} of CPA, 1986. Discuss it with the relevant case-laws. the essential of it and what is not covered under its

Discuss it with the relevant case-law. is imposed upon the owner of motor vehicle under Section 140 of the MV Act, Or

What type of liability

1988? Discuss all the aspects of it with the relevant case laws. Discuss the composition 4. How far the maxim" and statutory and jurisdiction of the Claim Tribunal under MV Act, 1988 is effective in U.K. and India after 1930's? Critically examine it in the light of relevant case-laws

Actio personalis moritus cum persona"

Don't you feel that this maxim has lost its effect? provisions.

(Section B)
(Answer in Approximately 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. What are the basic objectives of the Consumer protection 50 words)

(5
Council? What is the Appeal provision in a State Commission against the finding of the District Forum?

x

2)

What is the necessity for insurance against III party risk under Motor Vehicle Act, 1988? Discuss it with the relevant case-law. What penalty can be imposed upon a person under section 27 of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 for non compliance of the order of District Forum, State Commission or National Commission? Discuss the liability of the husband for the vicarious liability of his wife.

(Section C)
10. i. ii. iii. iv. Answer the correct choice, answer as the need be (10 x L) Jurisdiction of District forum to entertain complaints where the value of the goods or services and the compensation, if any, claimed does not exceed 30 lakhs. (True/False) (True/False) (True/False) and make an order that the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 is not social welfare legislation. Consumer Protection Act, 1986 is not in derogation of any other law. If the complaint complainant v. vi. shall, for reasons to be recorded Housing construction 'Commercial Purpose' in writing, dismiss the complaint

before the quasi judicial body (Under CPA) is found to be frivolous or vexatious, it

shall pay to the opposite party such cost not exceeding ten thousand rupees. (True/False) does not come within the definition of 'Service' Under sec 2(0) of CPA, 1986. (True/False) under Section 2(d} of CPA,1986 does not include use by a person of goods (True/False) (True/False) (True/False) Provisions) Act, 1934 does not include the cases of 'shortening of (True/False) act of his wife. (Tru e/Fa Ise)

bought and used by him and services availed by him exclusively for the purposes of earning his livelihood by means of self-employment. vii. viii. ix. Under Section-173 of Motor Tribunal if the amount in dispute in the appeal is less than twenty thousand rupees. Minor can also sue in Torts. Law Reforms (Miscellaneous expectation of life'. Vehicle Act, 1988,'no appeal shall lie against any award of a Claims

x.

In the present position a husband can be sued for the tortuous

RMLNLU April, 2011 TIME: 03 HOURS

LLB/SEM-IV/l0-11/ET

/LoT-II&CP(B)

Law of Torts-II and Consumer Protection Answer all the questions
Figures in the margin indicate the marks

MAX. MARKS: 60

(Section A)
(Answer in approximately 250 words) (4 x 10)

1.

Discuss the jurisdiction

of the National Commission, as provided under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

Can the National Commission settle matters relating to accidents, arising out of the use of motor vehicles? Support your answer with decided cases. 2. 3. 4. Discuss the general rule regarding the survival of cause of action. (Cite proper cases) Discuss the provision relating to just compensation cases. Discuss in detail and with the help of appropriate case reference, the requirement Or Discuss with the help of decided cases, whether the services provided by the hospitals and medical practitioners fall within the ambit of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. of policies and limits of liability as provided under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. on the basis of fault liability with the help of decided

(Section B)
(Answer in approximately 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Section 3 of the Consumer Protection Act 1986. Dying in harness Claim Tribunal under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. Importance of the case Common Cause, a Registered Society v. Union oj India (AIR 1993 SC 1403) under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Definition of the term 'deficiency' as provided under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. 50 words) (5 x 2)

(Section C)
10. Answer the correct choice, answer as the need be (10 x 1) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. The term 'defect' is defined under Application other law for the time being in force. Section 147 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 provides for mandatory of Consumer Protection Act, 1986. (True/False) insurance of motor vehicles. (True/False) Action for claim from motor accident ends with the insolvency of the owner of the vehicle. (True/False) Regarding the procedure for the trail of motor accident case, the Claim Tribunal shall have all the powers of a . in a form that purports to be a warranty or guarantee of a product of . . A misleading public representation of Section 140 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 restricts the right of the claimant under any

or of any goods or services falls within the definition What is the pecuniary jurisdiction What is the requisite qualification Protection Act, 1986? Give one disqualification for the appointment

Complaint under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 must necessarily be of the District Forum?

to be a President of the National Commission under the Consumer as a Member of the District Forum.

End~Term Examination,

April, 2011(2010-11}

Law of Torts-II and Consumer Protection B.A.Ll.B. (Hons.) Fourth Semester, Section- 'A' M.M.60 Note: - Use of Bare Act is strictly prohibited All questions are compulsory Section 'A' 1. (4xlO marks) 40 marks medical, legal and Education' Time 3 Hours

Whether services related to 'Insurance, Housing construction, comes within the definition case-laws.

of 'service' under section 2(o} of CPA, 1986.Discuss it with relevant

2. 3.

Who is 'Consumer' under CPA, 1986? Mention the essential of it and what is not covered under the definition of it ..Discuss it with relevant case-law. What type of liability is imposed upon the owner of Motor Vehicle under Section 140 of the MV Act, 1988? Discuss all the aspects of it with relevant case laws .. Or Discuss the composition and jurisdiction of claim tribunal under MV Act, 1988 How far this maxim is effective in U.K. and India after

4.

"Actio relevant

personalis moritus cum persona". case-laws and statutory

1930's? Don't you feel that this maxim has loose its effect? Critically examine it in the light of provisions.

Section 'B'

(Sx2 marks) 10 marks Council? Vehicle Act, 1988? Consumer or

S. What are the basic objectives of Consumer protection

6. What is the Appeal provision in a State Commission against the finding of the District Forum? 7. What is the necessity for insurance against III party risk under Motor Discuss it with relevant case-law. 8. What penalty can be imposed upon a person under section 27 Protection Act,1986who has not complied the order of District National Commission? 9. Discuss the liability of Husband for the vicarious liability of his wife. Section 'e' (lOxlmarks) 10 marks of Forum, State Commission

10. Answer the Question as required:i. ii. iii. iv. Jurisdiction of District forum to entertain if any, claimed complaints where the value of the goods or services

and the compensation,

does not exceed 30 lakhs( True/False}

Motor Vehicle Act is not social welfare legislation. (True/False) Consumer Protection Act, 1986 is not in derogation of any other law. (True/False) If the complaint the complainant (True/False) before the quasi judicial body(Under CPA} is found to be frivolous or vexatious, and make an order that it shall, for reasons to be recorded in writing, dismiss the complainant

shall pay to the opposite party such cost not exceeding ten thousand rupees. does not come within the definition of 'Service' Under sec2(0}of CPA,1986.

v. vi.

Housing construction (True/False) 'Commercial Purpose'

under Section 2(d} of CPA,1986 does not include use by a person of (True/False) appeal shall lie against any award of a Claims

goods bought and used by him and services availed by him exclusively for the purposes of earning his livelihood by means of self-employment. vii. Under Section-173 of Motor Vehicle Act,1988,'No

Tribunal if the amount in dispute in the appeal is less than twenty thousand rupees. (True/False) vili. ix. Minor can also sue in Torts. (True/False) Law Reforms (Miscellaneous expectation x. of life'. Provisions}Act, 1934 does not include the cases of 'shortening of

(True/False)

The present position is that Husband can be sued for the tortuous act of his Wife. (True/False)

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