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SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 LEGAL APTITUDE Question 1 Principle: “Volenti non fit injuria”, a well-established legal principle, means that a person has no legal remedy for the injury caused by an act which he has consented. Fact: An old lady was walking in a narrow one-way lane in the opposite direction. It was nighttime and there was no street lighting. A car moving in right direction but without headlights knocked her down since the driver could not see her. She filed a suit against the driver. a) She would lose, because she violated the traffic rules in the first instance. b) She would lose, because she voluntarily exposed herself to risks. c) The driver would lose, because he drove without proper headlights. d) None of the above Question 2 Principles: 1] Negligence is the omission to do something, which a reasonable man would do, breach of which, if it causes damage, makes one liable to the person who suffered loss. 2] One owes a duty of care to another if a responsible man can foresee that he will be affected by the breach of duty. 3] One is not liable if injured party volunteers to take the risk. Fact: A cricket match is being held in a stadium. X, being unable to afford the ticket price, is viewing the cricket match sitting atop a branch of a nearby tree. When a batsman hits a ball over the boundary, the ball in turn hits A and sustains injury on his spinal chord due to fall from the tree. a) The organizers and stadium owners are liable to compensate. b) The cricketer who hits the ball is liable along with the organizers, but the stadium owner is not responsible. c) Nobody is responsible. Question 3 Principle: A person has no remedy against an injury caused by an act to which he has consented.
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SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Fact: Raj was in a hurry to get to the airport to catch the plane and he hired a taxi run by Capital Taxi Company, well known in that locality. Raj asked the driver to drive fast. In the city zone, there was a speed limit of 60 km per hour and the driver, rather reluctantly, drove quite fast at times 90km per hour to reach the airport in time. As a result, the driver lost control and hit an obstacle and Raj was badly injured. Raj filed a suit against the Taxi Company. a) The Taxi Company would not be liable since Raj asked the driver to drive fast b) The Taxi Company would be liable, because the driver ought not to have exceeded the speed limit. c) The Taxi Company would be liable, because ”driving fast” should only mean driving within the speed limits prescribed by law. d) None of the above Question 4 Principle: Every person has a right to defend his own person, property or possession against an immediate harm, and to that end, may use reasonable amount of force. Fact: Mr. Kaul was passing by Mrs. Mattoo’s house. At that time, Mrs. Matto’s dog ran out and bit Mr. Kaul’s overcoat. Mr. Kaul turned around and raised the pistol when the dog was running away. Mr. Kaul knew that the dog had attacked so many other people in that locality of Jammu. Mrs. Mattoo claims that her dog was of a rare breed and it was worth Rs.5000/- She is planning to bring a legal action against Mr. Kaul for compensation. a. She will succeed in getting compensation from Mr. Kaul because he killed the dog, which was not actually attacking him at the time of shooting. b. She will not succeed because Mr. Kaul was justified in shooting the dog to protect himself. c. She will not succeed because Mr. Kaul took the action to protect himself as well as many other members of public in future. d. None of the above Question 5 Principle: A person cannot complain against a harm to which he has voluntarily consented. Precautions can be taken only against reasonably foreseeable mishaps.
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SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Fact: At an athletic meet, during a hammer throw, the hammer came apart and hit a middle distance runner who was sitting 10 meters outside the throwing area. The runner sustained severe injuries on the head and neck. The runner filed a suit for damages. The standard precautions were taken for throwing the seven kilogram hammer. The runner i) Would be able to recover because the organizers had failed to keep the equipment in good condition. ii) Would not be able to recover because the injuries were caused in a freak accident iii) Would not be able to recover because she had agreed to participate in the sports meet with all the attendant risks iv) Would not be able to recover because the accident was not reasonably foreseeable. a. I b. II and III c. III d. II, III and IV
Question 6 Principle: No legal remedy exists for an injury caused by an act, for which one has consented. Fact: Vijay, a cricket enthusiast purchases a ticket to watch the one day International Cricket Match between India and Australia, organized by the Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI. As he is absorbed in watching the exploits of Sachin Tendulkar, a ball struck for a six by the latter hits Vijay on his body and injures him. Vijay sues BCCI for reimbursement of the medical bill he paid for treatment of the injury. a. Vijay should be compensated as he purchased the ticket to get entertainment and not to get injured. b. Vijay would lose as he voluntarily exposed himself to the risk. c. BCCI is liable as it did not ensure that the spectators were protected from the risks of such injuries. d. None of the above
2011. Gokul took out his pistol and fired a shot at one of the intruders. Visit us at www. The shot injured a neighbour and he filed a suit against Gokul.sriramlawacademy. the neighbours gathered in front of the house. The shot did not hit the target and the robbers ran out of the house and by that time. since his action was in continuation of self-defence. c.com for GK Updates and notifications. None of the above Question 8 Principle: A master shall be liable for the fraudulent acts committed by his servants in the course of employment. Gokul is not liable since his act was intended against he robbers. c) Oriental Bank was not liable. because Shaila Devi was negligent. Gokul in a fit of anger came out of the house and fired at fleeing robbers who by that time mingled with the neighbours. who was a clerk in that Bank. and a cousin of her by name Mohan. 99401 62495. because Mohan was not acting in the course of employment.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 7 Principle: A person is entitled to use reasonable force for self-defence. instead of crediting the money to her account. Gokul is liable. a group of robbers broke open the door of the house and there was scuffle between the intruders and the residents. Shaila Devi seeks compensation from Oriental Bank.Account with Oriental Bank. d) None of the above SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. had misappropriating he made it and the entries in the passbook without authorization. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. Answers: a) Oriental Bank shall be liable because Mohan was acting in the course of employment. One day Shaila Devi discovered that Mohan. Fact: Shaila Devi opened a S. helped her to complete the formalities. Fact: Gokul was living in a farmhouse with a few family members. Subsequently she used to entrust whatever money she was getting to Mohan along with her passbook and Mohan used to return the passbook with relevant entries. because he should have realized the possibility of hitting an innocent bystander. d.B. Gokul is not liable. b) Oriental Bank shall not be liable. One night. 5 . a. b.
because he got into the bus without realizing that it was HMT bus b) M will not succeed. d) None of the above Question 10 Principle: A master shall be liable for the acts of his servants done in the course of employment. 6 . a public sector undertaking. 99401 62495. was injured in the accident.. One day. These buses are quite distinct in their appearance and carry the board “ for HMT employees only”. a) M will succeed. M. d) None of these ANSWERS ON NEXT PAGE SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. She got into the car and soon thereafter. which happened to be close to his office. Answers: a) Lipton and Co. and therefore. is operating a number of bus services for its employees in Bangalore. along with several others. the bus met with an accident due to driver’s negligence. a villager from neighbouring state. On his way back from the airport. Fact: Mahesh was driver working in a company Lipton and Co. shall not be liable. shall be liable. He offered to drop her at home. Mahesh was not in the course of employment when he took Roopa inside the car.. was waiting for a regular bus in one of the bus stops in Bangalore. he happened to see his fiancé Roopa waiting for a bus to go home. A bus belonging to HMT happened to stop nearby and number of people got into the bus. M. M seeks to file a suit against HMT claiming damages. because the driver was anyhow duty-bound to drive carefully. because it was for him to find out whether it was a public transport c) M will succeed. Roopa was thrown out of the car and suffered multiple injuries. Visit us at www. Fact: HMT. the Manager asked him to drop a customer at the airport and get back at the earliest. without realizing that it was HMT bus. because Mahesh was in the course of employment at the time of accident b) Lipton and Co. c) Roopa got into the car at her own risk. She seeks compensation from Lipton and Co.com for GK Updates and notifications. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. the car somersaulted due to the negligence of Mahesh. she cannot sue anybody. 2011.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 9 Principle: A master is liable for the acts committed by his servant in the course of employment. got into the bus and soon thereafter.sriramlawacademy. M.
4 a Mrs. 5 6 d b Options (ii).sriramlawacademy. (1) Similar to Hall Vs Brook lands Auto Racing Club. the driver drove at 90 kms per hour which was way beyond the permissible limit of 60 kms per hour. playing in a play ground etc. Secondly. hence.] 3 c Although Raj urged the taxi driver to drive fast. acted in the capacity of her cousin rather than on behalf of the bank. (iii) and (iv) conform to the legal principle set out in the given problem. ‘d’ is the right choice. which is obviously with his consent. he is liable to the old lady because had he driven the car with headlights on. [Examples: Going to stadium to witness & match. Therefore. the car driver was driving his car without headlights. 2 c The facts presented in this problem are similar to those of Hall Vs Brook lands Auto Racing Club. Shaila Devi will not succeed against the Bank because. As Gokul shot at the fleeing robbers. 99401 62495. Mohan while collecting the money from her. 7 8 b b 9 10 a c Lipton & Co is liable to pay compensation to Roopa because Mahesh had given lift to Rupa in the course of his employment. However. Matoo would succeed because Mr. as he was spectator to the match. Raj had not “consented” to be driven at such high speed. In cases where persons expose themselves to risks voluntarily. there is no justification of selfdefence.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 1 Answer c Hints The lady was walking on a one way lane and as such there are no traffic rules applicable to pedestrians. Hence Raj can claim compensation from the taxi company. Now. he has used excess force to thwart the animal. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. he could have averted the collision. Kaul shot at the dog when it was running away and there was no immediate threat to him. they cannot later complain of any injury sustained as a consequence of exposing themselves to such risks.com for GK Updates and notifications. “driving fast only meant driving within the speed limits”. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. (2) Vijay would not succeed in this suit. It is immaterial whether ‘M’ is an employee of HMT or not. 2011. Applying the given principle it is clear that HMT Company is liable to ‘M’. Visit us at www. 7 . which is a gross violation on his part.
The Bank declined the responsibility for these entries and the Manager disclaimed any Knowledge in this regard. d) None of these Question 2 Principle: An employer shall be liable to the injuries caused to his employee by the negligence of a fellow employee in course of employment. a) Raman will lose. Fact: Raman has a regular S. Veerappa who just happened to go near the machine for some work got injured. when he wanted to withdraw some big amount. because he was not responsible for Kannappa’s inebriated condition. One day. b) Gokuldas will not be liable. Kannappa came to the factory in an inebriated state and his hands were not steady while operating the machine. 99401 62495. Visit us at www. b) Raman will lose. 2011. d) None of these SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY.B. c) Raman will win. were not authenticated by the manager.sriramlawacademy. Raman filed a suit against the Bank. because Veerappa was injured by Kannappa’s act in the course of employment. 8 .SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Exercise Questions Question 1 Principle: A master will be liable for the wrongful acts of his servants in the course of employment. One day. c) Gokuldas will not be liable.account in Karnataka Bank in which he used to deposit money from time to time. because he should have taken care that entries were authenticated. As a result. he discovered that two entries in his passbook. as required under Banking Rules. Fact: Kannappa and Veerappa were two employees working in the textile factory of Gokuldas. because the Manager was not aware of the issue.com for GK Updates and notifications. a) Gokuldas will be liable. immediately prior to the date of withdrawal. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. because it was for the Manager to ensure the authentication. He filed a suit against Gokuldas for compensation. because Veerappa himself should have been careful while going near Kannappa.
It caused an explosion damaging the properties of Maruthi Filling Station. b) Hindustan Petroleum will not be liable because he was clearly forbidden from smoking by them. would not be liable since Krishna was not their client c) Lindley & Co. d) None of these Question 4 Principle: A master shall be responsible for the wrongful acts of his servants in the course of employment.which he had brought for business transaction. Fact: Hanuman was a driver employed by Hindustan Petroleum to drive their petrol lorries. a) Hindustan Petroleum will have to pay. for the return of money. c) Hindustan Petroleum will not be liable. One day when he was transferring petrol from his tank to the underground tank of Maruthi Filling station. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. Krishna. was a good friend of Gokul and he happened to visit Gokul one day in the office. Fact: Gokul was employed as a clerk in a law firm by name Lindley &Co.. Krishna had with him Rs1. 99401 62495. because Maruthi Filling Station should have prevented him from smoking. 9 .SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 3 Principle: A master will be liable for the act of his servants in the course of employment. He was strictly forbidden from smoking in course of employment. from neighbouring village.. and was looking after the office during business hours. Gokul vanished with that money. he struck a match to light a cigarette and threw it on floor. Maruthi Filling Station filed a suit against Hindustan Petroleum claiming damages. would be liable. since Gokul received the money in their office. Krishna filed a suit against Lindley & Co. would not be liable since safekeeping of money was not part of Gokul’s duty Question 5 Principles: 1) A master is liable for the act of his servants/employee 2) The husband or wife is not responsible for any compensation of wrong on each other.00. 2011. Since he did not have any acquaintance in the city. Visit us at www.com for GK Updates and notifications. b) Lindley & Co.000/. he requested Gokul to keep the money with him overnight. because Hanuman struck the match in course of employment.sriramlawacademy. a) Lindley & Co. That warning was printed in the body of the vehicle he was driving. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY.
2.sriramlawacademy.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Fact: H is a manager of a Hotel belonging to X. Joseph is a cardiologist in the Hospital. Mohammed has been his assistant over a period of time. a folding chair fell from the first floor to the ground floor injuring the Receptionist of the Hotel. He is also attached to few other Hospitals. Joseph. The owner of the car filed a suit against kohinoor. Due to the negligence of Dr. Question 6 Principle-1: A master is liable for the wrongs committed by his servant during the course of employment but not for the acts of an independent contractor. b) X is only responsible to compensate W. because it was improper on the part of Samuel to ask mohammed to drive. Fact: Bikash Hospital is a well-known Hospital and Dr. 99401 62495. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. . Question 7 Principle: A master will be liable for the negligent acts of his servant in the course of employment. Dr. a) Kohinoor will be liable. K. 1. Joseph and Bikash Hospital are liable. as the service rules of Bikash Hospital do not prohibit it. Joseph is liable but not the Bikash Hospital. Principle-2: Whether a person is a servant of another or not is to be determined by finding out who controls the method of work or owns the tools or who benefits by the profit of the venture or bears the loss. the patient of the Hospital dies and his children decide to file a suit against the Bikash hospital and Dr. Joseph. a) Both X and H are responsible to compensate W. Joseph. when he was driving he felt terribly sleepy and he handed over the steering wheel to Mohammed and dozed off. Both Dr. named W who is the wife H. Fact: Samuel was a driver employed by Kohinoor Company to drive their luxury buses during the night.N. Because of the negligence of H. Bikash Hospital is liable and not Dr. 10 Visit us at www.com for GK Updates and notifications. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. 3. W asks for compensation from X and H. The bus hit against a car coming from the opposite side due to the inexperience of mohammed. c) H is only responsible to compensate W d) No one is responsible to compensate W. 2011. One night.
to Obalesh for safekeeping. because Samuel was not supposed to ask mohammed to drive. When Ramachandra returned to the office the next morning to collect the money. Ramachandra. He is required to take stock of the goods supplied and maintain the accounts of the Company. he gave Rs. he had with him. Singh wants to sue Jawahar. as rajiv is Jawahar’s servant. in the course of their employment if third parties suffer damages in consequence. 99401 62495. he goes to have a cup of coffee. There he sees Singh and accuses Mr. Ramachandra brings a legal action against Bio-Pharma Ltd. 2011. a friend of Obalesh. from the neighboring village. 11 Visit us at www. . 3) Rajiv is liable even though the defamation was not in the course of employment. 2) Jawahar is not liable as the defamation was not in the course of Rajiv’s employment. because mohammed was also an employee of kohinoor. then the person who suffered loss of reputation can sue for damages.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 b) Kohinoor will not be liable to pay. Since Ramachandra did not have any toher acquaintance in the city.com for GK Updates and notifications.10000/-. c) Kohinoor will be liable. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. Mr. b) However the master is not liable if the wrongful act was committed by the Question 9 Principle: A master is liable for the wrongs committed by the servant in the course of his employment.sriramlawacademy. servant has no connection whatsoever with the servant’s contract of employment. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. Answers: 1) Jawahar is liable because Rajiv defamed Singh. came to meet Obalesh in the office. 4) None of the above answers is correct. Fact: Rajiv is a servant of Jawahar. Fact: Obalesh works as a clerk in a pharmaceutical company Bio-Pharma Ltd. c) If a person by an act lowers the reputation of another in the eye of right thinking people. Singh of being a dishonest person. d) Kohinoor will not be liable because mohammed was not acting in the course of his employment. On his way to Jawahar’s house to report for duty. for the recovery of the money. Question 8 Principles: a) Master is liable for the wrongful acts committed by the servants.
d) Failed because the incident occurred in the course of discharge of sovereign functions of the state. In the words of Supreme Court SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. 12 Visit us at www. Later he was discharged. since Obalesh received the money while being in the office. The suit: a) Succeeded on the principle of qui facit per se (he who does an act through another is deemed to do it himself). The fact showed that the injury was caused due to rash and negligent driving by the military driver ‘A’. There he was arrested by Police and was detained in the police lock up after search.sriramlawacademy.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 a) Bio-Pharma Ltd. would not be liable.. He moved against the state in tort. c) Failed because the Union of India did not ratify the rash and negligent driving. 99401 62495. Question 11 Principle: Even if the sovereign functions of the state are discharged negligently the state is not vicariously liable in tort. The truck hit a civilian ‘B’ and caused material injury. The injured civilian ‘B’ brought a suit in tort against the Union of India.com for GK Updates and notifications. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. c) Bio-Pharma Ltd. When the act is of private nature. The gold with him along with sundry other things were seized. b) Bio-pharma Ltd. Fact: An army truck driven by a military driver ‘A’ was proceeding on duty to check the army men of duty at different military posts. Fact: ‘A’ was a trader in gold.. Question 10 Principle: The state is liable for the act of its employees. His possessions seized by the police were not returned. 2011. . as safekeeping of money was not part of Obalesh’s duty. would be liable. The state is not liable when the act is in the exercise of sovereign power or in performance of an act of state. b) Succeeded on the master and servant relationship between the Union of India and the military driver.. in the same manner and under the same conditions as any other employer. as Ramachandra had no business transactions with the company. would not be liable.
a) ‘A’ succeeded because the servants of the state were negligent and thus caused injury. Kiran used to collect coffee beans from the growers and the payments would be made within a month. Question 13 Principle: According to the doctrine of vicarious liability. Is Amit guilty of the offence? a) Yes b) No c) Yes. c) ‘A’ failed because the acts of search and seizure by the Police Officer were part of the sovereign functions of the state. a person shall be liable for the damage caused by his employee in the course of employment. .SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 “There can be no escape from the conclusion that the Police Officers were negligent in dealing with stolen property after it was seized.sriramlawacademy. 2011. because he was not responsible for the conduct of the business of the company. every person who at the time when the offences was committed. Fact: Kishenlal is a big trader in coffee and he appointed Kiran as his agent to procure coffee from the coffee growers in a particular region. Kiran continued to procure coffee even thereafter and he disappeared with the coffee so procured. The police arrest Amit for the offence of fraud. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. b) ‘A’ failed because the Constable who seized the gold had fled to Pakistan and the gold was not with the state at all. 13 Visit us at www. The coffee growers filed a suit against Kishenlal claiming payment. because he was in the employment of the company when the offence was committed. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY.” One of the Constables was a Muslim. shall be deemed to be guilty of the offence and shall be liable to punishment.com for GK Updates and notifications. The company defrauds many people and all the Directors of the company abscond. d) No. He fled with gold to Pakistan. Normally. Fact: Amit is employed as a peon in a finance company. There arose some problems between Kishenlal and Kiran and Kishenlal terminated Kiran’s employment. 99401 62495. This arrangement was going on for sometime. was responsible for the conduct of the business of the company. which is punishable with 7 year rigorous imprisonment. d) There was some other relief given to ‘A’ Question 12 Principle: Where an offence is committed by a company.
Shankar can recover damages from BTS. During this time. the BTS bus after dropping the employees at the factory was getting back to the BTS garage so that it would be available for regular BTS services. It was still carrying the board: “Only for BHEL employees”. the BHEL drivers would drive the bus. 2011. 14 Visit us at www. b. c. a bystander waiting for BTS bus to go to a particular place. d) None of these Question 14 Principle: A person shall be liable to compensate for the damage caused by his servant in the course of employment. On a given day.com for GK Updates and notifications. . Shankar. got into the bus and paid Rs. None of these SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. d.sriramlawacademy. but the bus would prominently carry a board: “Only for BHEL employees”. On the way. a. 99401 62495. which is on the way to garage. since the driver was an employee of BTS. Shankar cannot get damages from BHEL or BTS since the driver was not in their employment in so far as he allowed Shankar to get in. since the coffee growers did not have reason to disbelieve Kiran.10/. a public sector undertaking in Bangalore has a contract with Bangalore Transport Service (BTS) where under a few BTS buses are exclusively used to transport BHEL employees during particular hours every day. due to the driver’s negligence. b) Kishenlal is liable.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 a) Kishenlal is not liable to pay since Kiran was not in his employment at the relevant period of time. Shankar can recover damages from BHEL. Fact: BHEL. since he failed to check Kiran from posing himself as the agent of Kishenlal. c) Kishenlal is liable. the bus met with an accident and Shankar suffered injuries. since the bus was in service of BHEL.to go to a place.
The pedestrian cannot sue Martin SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. Raman came to know that George was living very close to his house. 2011. Fact: Raman was an old man and he wanted to open a bank account for his personal transactions. Question 16 Principle: A master is liable for any tort committed by his servant in the course of his employment. because George was acting outside the scope of his employment when he was collecting money from Raman for depositing in the Bank. When he went to Canara Bank.sriramlawacademy. The pedestrian cannot sue Gopal b. George patiently helped Raman to open the account and Raman was very pleased with him. In the course of conversation. Fact: Martin appointed Gopal as his driver. Subsequently. On his way. Gopal injured a pedestrian who was trying to cross the road as per the traffic signal (lights). The pedestrian can sue Gopal as well as Martin d. Raman filed a suit against Canara Bank. a. b) Raman will lose. because the Manager is responsible for all bank transactions. . 99401 62495. One day. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 15 Principle: A person shall be liable to compensate any third party for the injury suffered by the latter as a result of the activities of his employee in the course of employment.com for GK Updates and notifications. because George was a Canara Bank employee and he was introduced as such by the Manager of the Bank. Raman realized that George in fact was only appropriating money for his own purpose and all the entries in the passbook and other receipts were all signed by George only. Raman used to hand over money to George for depositing it in the Bank and George used to handover the receipts and get the entries done in the passbook of Raman. the Bank Manager thereof called one George and asked him to assist Raman to complete the formalities. Martin can direct Gopal to pay the compensation c. a) Raman will win. 15 Visit us at www. One day Martin sent the driver to fetch some goods from a nearby shop. c) Raman will win.
. As she was moving backwards to reach her chair. The municipal authorities are entitled to recover the entire cost incurred in performance of their duty of safeguarding public interest. But Cynamide Company argued that it would pay only a small sum. the teacher fell down in the process of taking her seat and broke her hips. Fact: Cynamide Company was manufacturing acrylonitrile. Cynamide is not liable for unexpected leakage. Cynamide company would be liable only to the extent of contamination caused. Meanwhile. b) The student is liable. there was unexpected leakage from the container and the chemical split on the ground. which could have taken care of contamination in this case.com for GK Updates and notifications.sriramlawacademy. c. a student saw a scorpion moving underneath the chair and immediately rushed to attack the scorpion and in that process. 99401 62495. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. a) The student is not liable.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 17 Principle: Whoever stores a substance which would cause damage on escape shall be strictly liable (i. Fact: A teacher suffering from arthritis problem was moving around the classroom in the course of teaching. The container was sealed back within a short period of time and subsequently it was realized that the contamination was not that significant and it was not necessary to spend so much resources for decontamination. moved the chair. 16 Visit us at www. Question 18 Principle: A person. since he wanted to save the teacher and others from the scorpion. liable even when he has exercised necessary care) for any damage caused by the escape of that substance. A person is said to have intended the harm. The municipal authorities filed a suit against Cynamide Company for whatever cost incurred in decontamination process. This chemical is used in manufacturing certain pharmaceuticals. in so far as he brings about the harm purposefully or knowingly. c) The student should be held additionally liable for the lack of attention to the teaching. manufactured in another factory. 2011. owned by Cynamide itself. since he knew that the teacher would be taking her seat.e. intentionally causing harm to others. A suit was filed against the students for battery. d) SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. b. The local municipal authorities immediately rushed in and decontaminated the place. an extremely toxic chemical. While transporting acrylonitrile stored in a seated container to the factory where the pharmaceuticals were manufactured. a. is liable for a battery.
there must be communication of defamatory statement to a third party. (not the HIV) A went to Assam. The hospital authorities after detailed investigation found that A also suffers from HIV. a patient of B.5 lakhs or any other amount decided by the court b) The hospital is justified to disclose the information to any one who is interested in knowing the information. After the treatment for disease which was cured.sriramlawacademy. 2) Information in public interest cannot be withheld Fact: A. A marriage proposal between A and B was being considered. A was upset because B has made him spent a lot of money on his illness which was cured on its own.5 lakhs against the hospital authority of Madras. After a while. In consultation with the lawyer B files a suit for damages against A for defamation. . The letter is shown by B to his lawyer. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. 99401 62495. Fact: A. deliberately treated him in a manner so that it persisted and also caused deterioration of his health. his illness was automatically cured by lapse of time. A files a suit for realization of compensation of Rs. The hospital authority after understanding that. a) A has defamed B and is liable to pay Compensation b) A has defamed B when the letter was seen by the lawyer and therefore the compensation has to be paid c) A has not defamed B d) None of these Question 20 Principles: 1) A doctor is to keep the information given by patient in strict confidence and cannot provide the information to any party. is dissatisfied with the treatment. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. B was going to marry A and therefore ought to know about the health condition of A. He alleges that B magnified the effects of the illness. which exposes the other to hatred or ridicule or results in him being shunned by others or injures him in his trade. a medical practitioner from Assam came to hospital in Madras due to serious illness. 2011. business or profession. B after coming to hear from some anonymous sources asked the hospital authority of Madras to inform her about the real situation as to whether A is suffering from HIV. a) The hospital authority has to pay Rs. disclosed the information to B. b) To commit the offence of defamation.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 19 Principles: a) A person defames another if he states anything.com for GK Updates and notifications. He discontinues the treatment and after sometime leaves the city. He writes a letter accusing B for cheating. 17 Visit us at www.
Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. Question 22 Principle: Everyone is under a legal obligation to take reasonable care to avoid act or omission which he can foresee would injure his neighbour. the person who files the case must prove that the defendant is at fault II) However. because he could not have foreseen Lakshmi suffering from nervous shock as a result of his act.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 c) The hospital is justified in giving the information only to B and not to make the information public otherwise. lakshmi. the doctor is expected to keep the information regarding the patient confidential. the information reached the Secretary of the concerned Department. The cyclist died on the spot with a lot of blood spilling around. Decide the case.com for GK Updates and notifications. On screening. d) None of these Question 21 Principle: In doctor-patient relationship. . X filed a suit against the doctor claiming damages. Fact X was a clerk in a government office. suffered from a nervous shock. Question 23 Principles: I) In order to succeed in an action for damages. if the factors which caused the accident were in the normal course of the defendant and if the accident is of such a nature that it would not have SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. the neighbour for this purpose is any person whom he should have in his mind as likely to be affected by his act. He approached his doctor in connection with some long standing ailment. 2011. knocked down a cyclist. The doctor sent the report on the basis of which X’s service was terminated.sriramlawacademy. a) Krishnan will be liable. leading to abortion. The fact of HIV screening (though not the result) was passed in by one of the attendants rather inadvertently. Lakshmi filed a suit against Krishnan claiming damages. while driving a car at a high speed in a crowded road. 18 Visit us at www. c) Krishnan will be liable to Lakshmi because he failed to drive carefully. b) Krishnan will not be liable. He officially demanded the doctor to submit the report concerning X’s health. Somehow. 99401 62495. Fact: Krishnan. The doctor is liable for any disclosure unless it is justified. a pregnant woman passing by. because he owed a duty of reasonable care to the road including lakshmi. the doctor found him HIV positive. d) None of the above.
X got his left leg fractured in the accident but the boy was saved. X will have to establish in the court? SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. 2011. Fact: A four year old boy attending a nursery school strayed from the premises on to a public road. The neighbour for this purpose be any person whom he should have in his mind as likely to be affected by his act. a bag of rice fell on Vasu and he was injured. while rushing to board a moving train. by the boy. the package slipped from his hand and the crackers exploded injuring a boy standing closely. Mr. because Ram is under an obligation not to push Shyam. Fact: Ram. As a result. Fact: Vasu was walking on a street. X. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. A suit was filed against Ram. . saw the boy and to avoid hitting him. because he did not know anything about the content of the package b) Ram is not liable. c) Ram is liable.com for GK Updates and notifications. When Vasu was crossing Mukesh’s house. Later. Vasu can succeed because the law will presume that Mukesh is at fault. Mr. Question 24 Principle: Everybody is under a legal obligation to take reasonable care to avoid act or omission which he can foresee would injure his neighbour. To succeed. Vasu can succeed as the rice bag fell on him None of the above answers is correct. Question 25 Principle: Negligence is the breach of a duty caused by the omission to do something which a reasonable man guided by those considerations which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human affairs would do . 99401 62495.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 happened. pushed Shyam who was walking along with a heavy package. At the same time a truck was approaching towards the school. in normal then the law presumes fault on the part of the persons who had control over the factors that caused the accident. or doing something which a prudent and reasonable man would not do. Mr. a) Ram is not liable. took a sudden left turn and hit an electricity pole. Answers: In the action for damages brought by Vasu a) b) c) d) Vasu cannot succeed as he could not prove that Mukesh was at fault. claiming damages. what Mr. containing firecrackers. But he did not know what caused the bag of rice to fall on him. The driver.sriramlawacademy. because Shyam should not have carried such a package in a crowded place like Railway station. X claimed compensation from the school management. 19 Visit us at www.
contained in his head load fell out and injured several people.com for GK Updates and notifications. Fact: As the bus was leaving the platform. a) Basappa is liable to Beerappa for not having taken care to close the door of the moving bus. That other passenger fell down. carrying a load on his head. ‘B’ was driving through the highway in a horse driven wagon. out of his struggle to gain entry in to the train. . he accidentally pushed another passenger. Question 28 Principle : The ‘last opportunity rule’ fixes the liability on the person who had the last opportunity of avoiding an accident by taking ordinary care. Fact: ‘A’ fettered the forefeet of his donkey and left the donkey in a narrow highway. Fact: Murthy was in a hurry to get into the train about to move. while standing on the platform. In the process of gaining entry. a) Murthy is not liable. since he did not intend to push the passenger. Basappa rushed and boarded the bus keeping the door open. as it was the duty of the latter to take sufficient care. Beerappa. He was negligent SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. a) ‘A’ was at fault b) ‘A’ fettered the fore leg of his donkey. There was tremendous rush in the railways station. ‘A’ sued ‘B’. 2011. and sharp instruments. A suit was filed against Murthy seeking compensation for the injury caused to the people. who was standing at the edge of the platform. 20 Visit us at www. since he could not have foreseen such a bloody consequences. as not to expose oneself to such accidental harm. c) Murthy is liable. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. was hit by the door of the moving bus and injured. 99401 62495. carrying various kinds of luggage with them. c) Basappa is not liable to Beerappa.sriramlawacademy. b) Basappa is not liable to Beerappa. The wagon was going too fast and killed the donkey. Beerappa takes Basappa to court demanding monetary compensation. as it was the duty of the conductor of the bus to close the door. b) Murthy is not liable. Question 27 Principle: As a person is liable for the harm caused by his activity only to the extent he could have foreseen the damage. because he ought to have foreseen the passengers.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 26 Principle: A careless person becomes liable for his negligence when he owed a duty of care to others.
B seeks an injunction from the court to restrain A from disturbing her lessons. running grinder at high speed. Question 30 Principle: While a person is a master in his own house. c) Ramarao would lose. because his neighbour did not oblige him even after knowing the serious condition of Ramarao’s father. because his neighbour interfered in his right to relax in his own house. But on demand by students.M and 4.sriramlawacademy. Ass a result. she had to change her timings to 5 P. Fact: A and B are two spinsters living side by side only a wall separating their respective houses. etc. When she complained to B. Though it was noisy at times. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY.M to 7. One day. Ramarao filed a suit to close the press. a) Ramarao would win. A retaliated by making loud noises in the course of her cooking such as beating the trays. because his neighbour need not take into the peculiar problems of every neighbour around.30 P. Normally B used to give her lessons between 2 P.30 P. He found the noise intolerable. 21 Visit us at www. A has been working in an office and B has been giving music lessons to earn her livelihood. b) Ramarao would win.com for GK Updates and notifications. 2011. in afternoon. his use shall not disturb the similar and rightful use by his neighbour.. Ramarao’s father died on account of the irritation. This disturbed A on her return from the office. ‘B’ could have still avoided the accident d) None of these Question 29 Principle: Unlawful interference with a person’s use or enjoyment of his premises is a civil wrong and forbidden by law Fact: Ramarao’s neighbour was running a small printing establishment in his house. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395.M. Ramarao took up the matter with his neighbour and latter refused to oblige him. 99401 62495. . the neighbourhood found it tolerable.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 c) Despite ‘A’ being negligent. Ramarao’s aged father came to his house to convalesce after a major operation. B expressed her helplessness in this regard.M in evenings.
he leased out his house to a person suffering from AIDS. Fact: Vasan owned a house. d) None of the above. the tenants moved out of Varadan’s houses. b) Varadan will not win. c) Varadan will not win. 22 Visit us at www. because Vasan knowingly caused him financial damage. He filed a suit against kannan. if the AIDS patient is evicted. adjacent to a cluster of houses. Varadan was leasing out these houses whereas Vasan was living in his house. The use of enjoyment should be normal and reasonable taking into account the situation prevailing in the surrounding locality.sriramlawacademy. a) Kannan is liable because he should not have started typing classes in a residential locality b) Kannan is liable. But Vasan refused by arguing that AIDS would not spread as feared by Varadan’s tenants. c) Kannan is not liable. a wrongful act under Law of Torts. Varadan filed a suit afainst Vasan. When Vasan was transferred to another place. because the typing sound did not disturb anyone else other than Krishnan. Kannan started a typing class in a part of his house and this typing sound disturbed Krishnan who could not put up with any kind of continuous noise. 99401 62495. a) Varadan will win. Fact: Krishna and kannan were neighbours in a residential locality. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. owned by Varadan. 2011. Fearing the spread of AIDS. because Vasan could leased his house to whomever he wanted. because as a neighbour he should have realised krishnan’s delicate nature. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. because Vasan should not be held responsible for public misperception.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 31 Principle: No body shall unlawfully interfere with a person’s use or enjoyment of her land or some right over or in connection with it. . Question 32 Principle: Nobody shall make use of his property in such a way as to cause damage to others. Varadan requested Vasan to evict AIDS patient and he offered to fix a suitable tenant for Vasan’s house.com for GK Updates and notifications. Any such use constitutes private nuisance.
by the time the flight reached Delhi. a) Veerappa was not liable since his use of land was lawful. The Railways while acknowledging liability alleged contributory negligence on the part of Veerappa. c) Veerappa should have anticipated the possibility and hence he is liable for contributory negligence. He got a seat booked in an Indian Airlines flight from his place to Delhi where such treatment is available. Fact: Veerappa owns a farm at a distance of half a furlong from the railway track. b) Veerappa’s farm being at a reasonable distance from the railway track. But due to mechanical defects.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 33 Principle: One has to compensate another for the injury caused due to his wrongful act. Question 34 Principle: A person is liable for the consequences of his wrongful act only to the extent he can foresee the consequences of his act. a) Kannan’s critical condition was obvious to the flight attenders and hence the Airlines was liable. Kannan developed serious complications and he could not be saved. he cannot be held responsible for the high winds. His heirs filed a suit against Indian Airlines claiming damages caused by the delay. As he sat inside the plane. the flight was delayed for hours together. 99401 62495. 2011. which in turn could be attributed to bad maintenance. carried the sparks to the stacks stored by Veerappa and the stacks caught fire thereby causing extensive damage. This is the underlying principle of contributory negligence. The liability to compensate is reduced to the extent the latter has contributed to the injury through his own negligence. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. his fragile health condition was obvious to the flight attenders and they made special arrangements for him. Veerappa filed a suit against the Railways claiming damages. which required urgent medical attention. . Fact: Kannan was suffering from a serious disease. the driver was negligently operating the locomotive by allowing it to emit large quantities of spark. One day when the train was passing through the track.sriramlawacademy. He stored in his land the stacks of dried up straw after the cultivation as is normal in farming. normal in open fields. 23 Visit us at www. As a result.com for GK Updates and notifications. The high wind. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395.
com for GK Updates and notifications. . A bun in the pack contained a stone and while eating the bun. She sued the manufacturer of the beer for negligence. though there is no contractual duty on the part of the manufacturer. SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. she found decomposed remains of a snail in the bottle. Fact: X purchased a bottle of ginger-beer from a retailer. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. b) Kumar did not owe a duty of care on behalf of Modern Breads and hence he is not liable. the stone hurt the customer’s tooth. X cannot sue the retailer d. a. c) It is for the customer to take care of himself in whatever he is doing. c) The Airlines should be held liable for its negligence towards maintenance of the aircraft. 24 Visit us at www. she fell sick on the thought of what she consumed. Fact: Kumar owns a condiment store selling both branded and non-branded bakery products. A customer bought a pack of buns produced by Modern Bread factory. Question 36 Principle: Contractual liability is completely irrelevant to the existence of liability in tort (civil wrong). a) Kumar owed a duty of care to all his regular customers. X cannot sue the manufacturer for negligence in the absence of a contract b.sriramlawacademy. 2011.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 b) Kannan’s condition was not known to the Airlines when the ticket was issued and hence the Airlines was not liable. As she consumed more than ¾ of the contents of the bottle. Question 35 Principle: A person owes a duty of care to everybody who is likely to be affected by his act. X can sue the retailer from whom she purchased the beer c. After seeing the remains of a snail. X can sue the manufacturer as he had a duty to take care to see that bottles did not contain any other substance than the beer and hence liable to have broken that duty. He filed a suit against Kumar. and hence he is liable. 99401 62495.
The child should have taken adequate care from protecting herself form the snake bite SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. 6 years old. On hearing the noise of the pump. Two huge bore wells were sunk and motors were installed. They did not cover the pump rooms properly. her parents can successfully sue the University for damages c. a snake charmer. She touched the motor that was not covered properly and three of her fingers were cut.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 37 Principle: The standard to determine whether a person has been guilty of negligence is the standard of care which. The parents of the child cannot sue the University on any grounds b. One of the snakes escaped and bit a child who had to be hospitalized for two days for treatment. 99401 62495. Only child can sue and not her parents. Question 38 Principle: A person is liable for all the injurious consequences of his careless act Fact: Ram. Inspite of the child’s act. in the given circumstances. A child. 2011. Ram is liable to compensate the child’s family for his careless act b. a. she was curious to see the motor. a reasonable man could have foreseen. was exhibiting his talents to a group of people.sriramlawacademy. Ram is not in a position to compensate as he is poor d. a. . d. Fact: The Agricultural University constructed 200 houses for its employees in its premises. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395.com for GK Updates and notifications. from one of the quarters was playing near the pump house. 25 Visit us at www. The University can be made liable only to the extent of the cost of treatment as the child also contributed to the incident. Ram is not liable to anything as such things keep happening c.
(C)/ No error. (C)/ No error. Regrets SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. Out 13) I am sure that neither the house nor its contents ____________ for sale. (C)/ No error (D). he put __________ the light and slept. Receives c. Lain d. Up b. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it. mark your answer as (D). (D) 7) He was sure (A)/ that he should (B)/ win the prize. a.com for GK Updates and notifications. (D). Down c. Were 14) West Bengal __________ plentiful rainfall and is consequently very green part of the country. (D) 6) He was is such hurry (A)/ that he did not (B)/ wait for me (C)/ No error. (D) 5) He is writing (A)/ for the (B)/ past four hours. Lay b. . (C)/ No error. Directions: In questions 11 to 20. (D). 2011. (C)/ No error. sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). 26 Visit us at www. 99401 62495. Expects d. Have been d. a. a. Is b. 4) Will you be (A)/ at Board meeting (B)/ on next Wednesday. Misses b. (C)/ No error (D). 2) A block of residential flats (A)/ are coming up (B)/ near our house. 10) You must (A)/ remember me (B)/ to post this letter. Find out which part of (A) or (B) or (C) of a sentence has an error. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Laid c. 3) The test will not need (A)/ more than one and half (B)/ to finish.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 ENGLISH Directions: In question 1 to 10. (D) 9) I am thinking (A)/ to go to Agra (B)/ for my cousin’s marriage. (C)/ No error. (C)/ No error (D). Lie 12) The time he noticed his mistake. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. some of the sentences have errors and some have none.sriramlawacademy. (C)/ No error. If there is no error. (D) 8) Had I (A)/ know it earlier (B)/ I would have contacted you. Are c. 1) I have (A)/ Invited (B)/ to dinner. 11) My father _________ down for a nap. In d. a.
Another c. Liking d. Economy d. choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word. Spoil c. Overlooked b. a. Luxury 28) REVEALED a. Unnecessary c. a. Correct d. 21) FAMILIAR a. Concealed c. all over the world. Friendship d. Of d. Fixed d. With c. Unpleasant 22) PRELIMINARY a. Strange SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. Cheapness b. Few 17) The man came in a van to __________ the television set. more and more people are ____________ coffee. Important b. Expand d. Drowsy b. Dangerous c. Initial b.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 15) If you work beyond your capacity. a. First c. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. Extends b. Drinking c. Wanting b. Emerges Directions: In question 21 to 30. Men b. 99401 62495. Congested c. Denied b. Poverty c. Important 25) SHRINK a. Busy 27) EXTRAVAGANCE a.com for GK Updates and notifications. a.sriramlawacademy. Famous 24) ENMITY a. Tired c. Certain c. you will naturally feel ____________ a. Friendly d. Final 23) DOUBTFUL a. Partaking 20) The park ________ as far as the river. 2011. On 19) Indeed. All d. Other b. Contract 26) CROWDED a. a. Stretch b. Reform c. Secondary d. Giddy 16) I have read one novel by Premchand. Advances c. Confident d. Ignored d. 27 Visit us at www. Quiet d. I want to read _________ novel by him. For b. Enlarges d. Likeness b. Alter 18) He was accused _________ stealing his aunt’s necklace. Deserted b. .
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SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 1 Answer C Hints / Explanations Let the first number be X The 5 consecutive numbers are X. d = 2. 2011.com for GK Updates and notifications. sum = 17+19 = 36 2 b The average age of a family =(42+49+56+63+35)/5 =245/5 = 49 years 3 b Sum of all the odd numbers less than 100 = 1 + 3 + 5 ____ 99 This is an AP with A = 1. 34 Visit us at www. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395.sriramlawacademy. (X+6) and (X+8) [X+(X+2)+(X+4)+(X+6)+(X+8)]/5 =(X+8) x 84/100 => 5X+20/5 = 84X+672 / 100 => 100X+400 = 84X+672 =>X= 672-400/16 = 17 Reqd. (X+4). n=50 S=50/2 (2 x 1) + (49 x 2)) = 25 ( 2 + 98) = 2500 Average = 2500/50 = 50 4 b Sum of the ages of players = 11 x 20 = 220 Sum of the ages of players + coach = 12(20+2) = 12 x 22 = 264 Age of the coach = 264-220 = 44 years SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. . (X+2). 99401 62495.
35 Visit us at www.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 5 Answer b Required average = (32 x 60) + (40 x 33) / (32+40) = 1920+1320/72 = 3240/72 = 45 Hints / Explanations 6 d Sum of present ages of husband and wife = 2 X 27 + 8 = 54 + 8 = 62 Sum of the present ages of husband.com for GK Updates and notifications. .150 / 5 = 18 8 a Sum of scores of three boys = 3 x 30 = 90 Sum of scores of 4 boys = 4 x 25 = 100 => Score of fourth boy = 100 – 90 = 10 9 b (8 X 5) – (3 x 10) / 2 =5 10 b Age of the boy sitting in middle of the row = 7 x 26 – = 182 – 153 = 29 years [ (3 x 19) + (3 x 32) ] 11 b Average = 287/7=41 SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. wife and child = 3 X 21 = 63 Present age of the child = 63 – 62 = 1 year 7 a Average age of 10 students = 15 years Average age of 15 students = 16 years = (15 x 16) – (10 x 15) /5 = 240 .sriramlawacademy. 2011. 99401 62495. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395.
This means the current sum of the ages – 25 (5 members would have aged by 5 years each) should be the current sum. the sum has to increase by 16. round off the decimal numbers to 170. Hence ‘c’ 20 b If the average is the same as it was five years ago.1) X =10. Therefore total age of two women replacements have to be 60 or average = 30. Hence ‘b’ SRIRAM LAW ACADEMY. Hence ‘a’ 14 b 15 a 16 c Let ‘X’ be the total number of people ¼ = 3 (3/4) (X . Hence ‘b’ Let the number of workers be X.1 13 c Since the options are pretty wide apart. X = 5. The eldest daughter who is 48 is replaced. 99401 62495. X = 1032. If average of 8 men has to increase by 2 years.8-34. 48000 + (X .6 =40.180 and 310.6) Temp (17th) = 30. 2011.SAMPLE TEST PAPERS WITH ANSWERS – CLAT 2012 Question 12 Answer a Hints / Explanations Temp (17th) – Temp (9th) = 8 (35. this means that the sum of the ages has not changed. Two men aged 20 and 24 are out.12) x 560 = 600x 40x=48000-6720. Hence ‘c’ 17 d [14 x 7] + [8. Phone: 044-2616 2495 / (0)98400 97395. Sum to be added = 16. The person who replaces her should account for the decrease in the sum. Total that is out = 44.5 x 4] / 11 = 12 18 a (150+(34 x X)) / X+5 = 32. 36 Visit us at www. The sum adds up to 2400 and hence monthly salary is 2400/12 =200. Therefore 48-25=23.com for GK Updates and notifications. Hence “a” 19 c 1+4+12+24 = 41.sriramlawacademy.5+9. .
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