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II Year Paper – I Jurisprudence

Q.1. “Jurisprudence is the philosophy of positive law.” Discuss critically the definition of
^^fof/k’kkL= lqLi"V fof/k dk n’kZu gSA** vkfLVu dh ifjHkk"kk dk
vykspukRed foospu dhft;sA
Q.2. Explain Hans Kelsen’s ‘pure theory of law’ and discuss its relevance in India
gsal dsYlu ds ^fof/k ds fo’kq) fl)kUr* dh O;k[;k dhft;s vkSj Hkkjr esa
mldh izklafxdrk dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.3. Discuss the Imperative theory of law propounded by Prof. Austin.
izks- vkfLVu }kjk izfrikfnr fof/k ds vkKkukRed fl)kUr dh fosospuk
Q.4. Define precedent. What are the kinds of precedents? Point out its value as a source
of law.
iwoZ&fu.kZ; dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;sA iwoZ&fu.kZ; ds D;kD;k izdkj gSa\
dkuwu ds lzksr ds :i esa blds egÙo dks crkb;sA
Q.5. “Possession is the prima facie evidence of ownership.” Discuss the statement.
^^vkf/kiR; LokfeRo dh izFke n`"V;k lk{; gSA** bl dFku dh foospuk
Q.6. Define ‘legal right’ and explain its essential elements and kinds.
fof/kd vf/kdkj dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;s ,oa mlds vko’;d rÙoksa rFkk
izdkjksa dks Li"V dhft;sA
Q.7. What do you mean by legal personality? Discuss the various theories of legal
fof/kd O;fDrRo ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ fof/kd O;fDrRo ds fofHkUu
fl)kUrksa dks le>kb;sA
Q.8. Critically examine Savigny’s Theory of Law.
lSfouh ds fof/k ds fl)kUr dk vkykspukRed fo’ys"k.k dhft;sA
Q.9. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(a) Ratio decidendi
(b) Subordinate legislation
(c) Obiter dicta
(d) American Realism
Q. 10. Explain the facts and the principles of law laid down in Kesavananda Bharti V.State
of Kerala A.I.R. (1973) S.C. 1451.
ds'kokuUn Hkkjrh cuke dsjy jkT;] ,-vkbZ-vkj- ¼1973½ ,l-lh- 1451 ds
ckn ds rF;ksa rFkk mlesa izfrikfnr fof/k ds fl)kUrksa dh O;k[;k
LL.B.II Year Paper – II Law of Crimes

Q.1. “Mens rea is an essential elements in every crime.” Explain and examine its
applicability to the Indian Penal Code.
^^nqjk’k; vijk/k dk ,d vko’;d rÙo gSA** O;k[;k dhft;s ,oa Hkkjrh; n.M
lafgrk esa bl mfDr ds ykxw gksus dk ijh{k.k dhft;sA
Q.2. “When a criminal act is done by several persons in furtherance of the common
intention of all, each of such persons is liable for the act in the same manner as if it
is done by him alone.” Explain and illustrate with the help of decided cases.
^^tc ,d vkijkf/kd d`R; dbZ O;fDr;ksa }kjk muds lkekU; vk’k; ds
vxzslu esa dkfjr fd;k tkrk gS rks muesa ls izR;sd O;fDr bl izdkj
mÙkjnk;h gksxk ekuks og d`R; ml vdsys O;fDr us fd;k gksA**
fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls Li"V dhft;sA
Q.3. What is the right of private defence? When and in what circumstance does the right
of private defence of (i) body, (ii) property, extend to causing death? Explain.
futh lqj{kk dk vf/kdkj D;k gS\ dc o fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa futh lqj{kk
dk vf/kdkj ¼1½ 'kkjhfjd lqj{kk ¼2½ lEifÙk lqj{kk esa e`R;q dj nsus
rd foLr`r gksrk gS\ le>kb;sA
Q.4. Write short notes on the following –
(i) Riot cyok
(ii) Affray naxk
(iii) Unlawful Assembly fof/kfo:) teko
(iv) Public Nuisance. lkoZtfud ck/kkA
Q.5. Distinguish between any two of the following –
(i) Robbery and Dacoity
(ii) Adultery and Rape
(iii) Hurt and Grievous Hurt
(iv) Wrongful Restraint and Wrongful Confinenment.
fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks esa vUrj Li"V dhft;s &
¼1½ ywV vkSj MdSrh ¼2½ tkjrk vkSj cykRdkj
¼3½ gfr vksj migfr ¼4½ nks"k;qDr vojks/k vkSj
nks"k;qDr ifjjks/kA
Q.6. Define ‘Murder’. Explain its exceptions as given in I.P.C.
^gR;k* dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA mu vioknksa dk mYys[k dhft;s ftuesa
ekugkfu ugha gksrh gSA
Q.7. Define ‘Defamation’. Describe exceptions in which there is no defamation.
^ekugkfu* dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA mu vioknksa dk mYys[k dhft;s
ftuesa ekugkfu ugha gksrh gSA
Q.8. What is theft? Immovable property when becomes subject of theft? What is
difference between a ‘theft in a dwelling house’ and ‘outside’?
pksjh D;k gS\ vpy lEifÙk dc pksjh dh fo"k;oLrq gks tkrh gS| ^fjgk;’kh
?kj ds vUnj pksjh* rFkk ^ckgj pksjh* esa D;k vUrj gS\
Q.9. Define the following :
(i) Dishonestly (ii) Voluntarily.
(iii) Good faith. (iv) Harbour.
fuEu dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;s %
¼1½ csbZekuh ls ¼2½ LosPN;k-
¼3½ ln~Hkkouk- ¼4½ vkJ;-
Q.10. “Robbery is either theft or extortion.” Explain.
^^ywV ;k rks pksjh gS ;k vid"kZ.k gSA** Li"V dhft;sA

LL.B.II Year Paper – III T.P.

Q.1. Define transfer of property. What are its essentials? What are those properties which are
lEifÙk vUrj.k dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;sA blds vko’;d rÙo D;k gSa\ os dkSu&lh
lEifÙk;k¡ gSa] ftUgsa vUrfjr ugha fd;k tk ldrk gS\
Q.2. Explain the provisions of Transfer of Property Act relating to ‘Rule of Election’. State also
the exceptions of such rule.
lEifÙk varj.k vf/kfu;e esa mfYyf[kr ^fuokZpu lEcU/kh fu;e* dh O;k[;k
dhft;sA blds vioknksa dk Hkh mYys[k dhft;sA
Q.3. Explain the ‘Rule against double possibilities’ and ‘Rule against perpetuity’. State the
exceptions of such rules as provided in the Transfer of Property Act.
^nksgjh laHkkoukvksa ds fo:) fu;e* ,oa ^'kk’orrk ds fo:) fu;e* dks Li"V
dhft;sA lEifÙk varj.k vf/kfu;e esa mfYyf[kr buds vioknksa dk Hkh mYys[k
Q.4. What is Licence? Is it transferable? In what circumstances is a licence deemed to be
revoked? Explain.
vuqKfIr fdls dgrs gSa\ D;k ;g; gS\ os dkSu&lh ifjfLFkfr;k¡ gSa
ftuesa vuqKfIr izfrlafgr ekuh tk;sxh\ O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.5. Define and explain ‘easement’. Discuss its various kinds. State also how it differs from
^lq[kkf/kdkj* dh ifjHkk"kk ,oa O;k[;k dhft;sA blds fofHkUu izdkjksa dk
foospu dhft;sA ;g Hkh mYys[k dhft;s fd ;g vuqKfIr ls fdl izdkj ls fHkUu gSA
Q.6. Define ‘Lease’ and explain its essential elements. In which circumstances a lease may be
determined? Discuss.
^iV~Vk* dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;s ,oa blds vko’;d rÙoksa dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa iV~Vk dks lekIr fd;k tk ldrk gS\ foospuk dhft;sA
Q.7. Explain the provisions of Transfer of Property Act relating to ‘Rule of Subrogation’. State
also the differences between legal subrogation and conventional subrogation.
lEifÙk varj.k vf/kfu;e esa of.kZr ^izfrLFkkiu ds fu;e* dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
fof/kd izfrLFkkiu ,oa lkekUof;d izfrLFkkiu ds e/; varjksa dk mYys[k dhft;sA
Q.8. Discuss the foctrine of ‘Lis pendens’.
^yfEcr okn ds fl)kUr* dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.9. Explain any two of the following:
(a) Rule of estoppels relating to transfer of property
(b) Once a mortgage always a mortgage
(c) Subrogation
(d) Rule of Marshalling.
fuEu esa ls fdUgha nks dh O;k[h;k dhft;s %
¼v½ lEifÙk varj.k ds lEcfU/kr ^foca/k dk fu;e*
¼c½ ,d ckj dk cU/kd lnSo dk cU/kd
¼l½ izR;klu
¼n½ Øeca/ku dk fu;eA
Q.10. Explain the circumstances in which the mortgage has the right to sale mortgaged property
without intervention of the court and to stop mortgagor to redeem such property in the case
where the mortgage debt has not been paid.
mu ifjfLFkfr;ksa dk foospu dhft;s ftuesa ca/kd _.k dk Hkqxrku ugha djus
dk ca/kdxzfgrk ca/kd lEifÙk dk fcuk U;k;ky; dh n[ky ds foØ; djk ldrk gS
,oa ca/kddrkZ dks ,slh lEifÙk ds ekspu ls jksd ldrk gSA
Q.11. “A bona fide transferee for value without notice enjoys protection under various Sections
of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882.” Elaborate this statement with reference to the
relevant provisions.
^lEifÙk vUrj.k vf/kfu;e] 1882 dh vusd /kkjkvksa ds vUrxZr ,d lizfrQy] fcuk
lwpuk ds ln~Hkkoh vUrfjrh dks laj{k.k izkIr gSA** lEcfU/kr izko/kkuksa dk
mYys[k djrs gq, bl dFku dk Li"Vhdj.k dhft;sA

LL.B.II Year Paper – IV Company Law

Q.1. “A company is a legal person just as much as an individual but with no physical existence.
“Explain this statement. Discuss the characteristics of a company.
^^dEiuh fof/k }kjk fufeZr ,d d`f=e O;fDr gS] tks Bhd ,d O;fDr dh rjg gS
fdUrq ftldk dksbZ HkkSfÙkd vfLrRo ugha gksrk gSA** bl dFku dh O;k[;k
dhft;sA dEiuh dh fo’ks"krkvksa dks le>kb;sA
Q.2. Explain fully the doctrine of “Ultra vires’ in relation to companies and discuss with the
help of examples and cases the effects of such transactions.
dEiuh ds lEcU/k esa ^^vf/kdkjkrhr dk;ksZa ds fl)kUr** dks Li"V dhft;s
rFkk ,sls dk;ksZa ds izHkkoksa dh foospuk mnkgj.kksa rFkk oknksa }kjk
Q.3. What is Prospectus? What remedies are available to an allotee who has been induced to
take shares by misstatement in a prospectus?
foojf.kdk fdls dgrs gSa\ ,sls vko.Vksa dks D;k mipkj izkIr gSa ftls foojf.kdk
esa nqO;Zins’ku ds }kjk va’k izkIr djus ds fy, mRizsfjr fd;k x;k gS\
Q.4. Describe the procedure of transfer of shares. What are the remedies available against
refusal to register transfer of shares?
va'kks ds vUrj.k dh izfØ;k dk o.kZu dhft;sA va’kksa ds vUrj.k ds iathdj.k
ds fy, bUdkj gksus ij D;k mipkj izkIr gSa\
Q.5. What do you understand by oppression and mismanagement in a company? Discuss the
provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 to prevent the oppression and mismanagement in a
company and to provide relief to the aggrieved share holders.
dEiuh esa ncko ,oa dqizcU/k ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ dEiuh esa ncko ,oa
dqizcU/k dks jksdus ds fy, ,oa ihfM+r va’k/kkfj;ksa dks mipkj iznku djus
ds fy, dEiuh vf/kfu;e] 1959 ds micU/kksa dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.6. “Greatest good faith is expected in the discharge of their (Director’s) duties.” In the light of
this statement discuss duties and liability of the Directors of a company.
^^vius dÙkZO;ksa ds fuoZgu ds fy, lapkydksa ls vR;f/kd ln~Hkko dh
vis{kk dh tkrh gSA** bl dFku ds izdk’k esa lapkydksa ds dÙkZO;ksa ,oa
nkf;Roksa dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.7. Explain the grounds on which a company can be voluntarily wound up and the procedure
of such winding up.
fdu vk/kkjksa ij rFkk fdl izfØ;k }kjk fdlh dEiuh dk LoSfPNd ifjlekiu fd;k tk
ldrk gS\
Q.8. Distinguish between any two of the following: -
(a) Share certificate and share warrant
(b) Forfeiture and surrender of shares
(c) Ordinary share and preference share
(d) Shares and debentures.
fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks esa vUrj Li"V dhft;s %
¼v½ va’k izek.k&i= ,oa va’k vf/ki=
¼c½ va’kksa dh tCrh ,oa va’
¼l½ lk/kkj.k va’k ,oa vf/kekuh va’k
¼n½ va’k ,oa
Q.9. Write an explanatory note on legal significance of Articles of Association.
dEiuh ds vUrfuZ;eksa ds oS/kkfud egÙo ds ckjs esa foLr`r fyf[k;sA
Q.10. Explain the doctrine of ‘Indoor Management’. State the exceptions.
^vkUrfjd izcU/k* ds fl)kUr dhh foospuk dhft;sA bl fl)kUr ds D;k&D;k viokn

LL.B.II Year Paper – V International Law

Q.1. Define International Law. Is International Law a valid law? Discuss the true nature of
International Law.
vUrjkZ"Vªh; fof/k dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA D;k vUrjkZ"Vªh; fof/k ,d oS/k fof/k
gS \ vUrjkZ"Vªh; fof/k dks okLrfod izd`fr dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.2. What do you mean by ‘Intervention’ ? On what grounds intervention had been allowed in
the past ? What has been the change under the U.N. Charter ? Comment on the Pakistan’s
intrusion in Kargil area of Kashmir.
^gLr{ksi* ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ foxr dky esa fdu&fdu vk/kkjksa ij gLr{ksi
Lohdkj fd;k tkrk jgk \ la;qDr jk"Vª ds pkVZj ds vUrxZr blesa D;k ifjorZu
gqvk gS\ dk’ehj ds dkjfxy {ks= esa ikfdLrkuh gLr{ksi ij dhft;sA
Q.3. Define a treaty and discuss the basis of its binding force. How can a treaty be satisfied and
lfU/k dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;s vkSj blds ck/;dkjh izHkko dk vk/kkj crkb;sA lfU/k
dk vuqleFkZu ,oa lekiu fdl izdkj fd;k tk ldrk gS \
Q.4. Give a critical analysis of amicable means of settlement of disputes between states.
jkT;ksa ds e/; fooknksa dks 'kkfUriw.kZ <ax ls fuiVkus ds mik;ksa dk
lekykspukRed fo’ys"k.k dhft;sA
Q.5. What are various modes of acquiring state territory? Explain their main characteristics.
Hkw&Hkkx vftZr djus dh fofHkuu fof/k;ksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA izR;sd fof/k
dh izeq[k fo’ks"krkvksa dks Li"V dhft;sA
Q.6. The International Court of Justice has played an important role in the development of
International Law. Explain clearly.
vUrjkZ"Vªh; fof/k ds fodkl esa vUrjkZ"Vªh; U;k;ky; dk fo’ks"k egRo gSA
Li"V dhft;sA
Q.7. What do you know of the ‘Human Rights’ ? Trace out the relationship between the Human
Rights and International Law and give also an account of utility of Human Rights to
modern world.
ekuo&vf/kdkjksa ls D;k vfHkizk; gS\ ekuo&vf/kdjksa vkSj vUrjkZ"Vªh;
fof/k dk ijLij D;k lEcU/k gS \ vk/kqfud txr~ esa ekuo&vf/kdkjksa dh D;k
mi;ksfxrk gS\
Q.8. Define Neutrality. Discuss the rights and duties of neutral states.
rVLFkrk dh ifjHkk"kk dhft;sA rVLFk jkT;ksa ds vf/kdkj ,oa dÙkZO;ksa dk
o.kZu dhft;sA
Q.9. (a) What are the different modes of acquisition of ‘State Territory’?
^jkT;&{ks=* dks izkIr djus ds fofHkUu mik; D;k gSa \
(b) Explain ‘Continental Shelf and ‘Exclusive Economic Zone’ and point out the
difference between the two.
^egk}hih; leqnz ty* ,oa ^vioftZr {ks=* dks Li"V dhft;s vkSj buesa
vUrj crkb;sA
Q.10. Write short notes on any two of the following
(a) Territorial water lkeqfnzd isVh
(b) Piracy. Lkeqnzh&Mkdk]
(c) Prize courts. izkbK U;k;ky;]
(d) Nationality jk"Vªh;rk

LL.B.II Year Paper – VI Labour Law

Q.1. Explain the term ‘Industrial Dispute.’ Discuss clearly the machinetry that exits under the
Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 for the prevention and settlement of such industrial disputes.
^vkS|ksfxd fookn* in dks le>kb;sA vkS|ksfxd fookn vf/kfu;e] 1947
ds vUrxZr ,sls vkS|ksfxd fooknksa dks jksdus o fuiVkus ds fy,
dkSu&dkSu lh izkf/kdkfjd 'kfDr;k¡ gSa\ Li"V dhft;sA
Q.2. Explain the jurisdiction and powers of labour courts and industrial tribunals with regard to
the adjudication of industrial disputes under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.
vkS|ksfxd fookn vf/kfu;e] 1947 ds vUrxZr vkS|ksfxd fooknksa ds
U;k;fu.kZ;u ds lEcU/k esa Je U;k;ky;ksa ,oa vkS|ksfxd vf/kdj.kksa ds
{ks=kf/kdkj rFkk 'kfDr;ksa dh Li"V O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.3. Define and distinguish between the following with the help of case law:
(i) Layoff and retrenchment (ii) Closure and lockout
fuEufyf[kr dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;s ,oa muesa vUrj fof/k dh lgk;rk ls Li"V
dhft;s %
¼1½ dkecUnh ¼tcjh NqV~Vh½ ,oa N¡Vuh ¼2½
dkjksckj cUnh ,oa rkykcUnh
Q.4. What do you mean by the term ‘Trade Union’? How does a trade union by registered under
the Trade Unions Act, 1926? Does an Aggrieved trade union or its members have a right to
appeal against the order of Registrar, denying its registration?
O;olk; la?k ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ O;olk; la?k vf/kfu;e] 1926 ds vUrxZr
O;olk; la?k dks fdl izdkj iathd`r u djus ds vkns’k ds fo:) vihy djus dk
vf/kdkj gS\
Q.5. What are the civil and criminal immunities of registered trade unions in India? Critically
iathd`r O;kolkf;d la?kksa dh D;k&D;k nhokuh ,oa QkStnkjh
mUeqfDr;k¡ gSa\ vkykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft;sA
Q.6. What is the procedure for fixing and revising minimum wages in respect of any scheduled
employment under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948? Explain.
U;wure etnwjh vf/kfu;e] 1948 ds vUrxZr vuqlwfpr fu;kstu esa
U;wure etnwjh fu/kkZfjr djus ,oa iqujhf{kr djus dh izfØ;k D;k gS\
Q.7. Differentiate between minimum wages, fair wages and living wages. Whether an employer
can refuse to pay minimum wages on the ground of financial incapacity?
^U;wure etnwjh*] ^leqfpr etnwjh* ,oa ^thou&fuokZg etnwjh* esa
vUrj Li"V dhft;sA D;k ,d fu;kstd viuh vkfFkZd v{kerk ds vk/kkj ij
U;wure etnwjh nsus ls bUdkj dj ldrk gS\
Q.8. What are the provisions under the Factories Act, 1948 regarding the ‘Health’ and ‘Safety’
of workers? Explain.
dkj[kkuk vf/kfu;e] 1948 ds vUrxZr Jfedksa ds ^LokLF;* ,oa lqj{kk ds
lEcU/k esa D;k izko/kku gSa\ le>kb;sA
Q.9. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(i) Factory dkj[kkuk
(ii) Trade Union Immunities Je la?k mUeqfDr;k¡
(iii) Manufacturing Process fofuekZ.k izfØ;k
(iv) Collective Bargaining lkewfgd lkSnsckth
Q.10. State the facts and principles of law laid dow in any one of the following cases:
(i) V.P. gopala Rao Vs. Public Prosecutor, Andhra Pradesh A.I.R. 1970 S.C. 65.
(ii) Workmen of Indian Standards Institution, A.I.R. 1976 S.C. 145.
fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlh ,d okn ds rF; rFkk fof/k ds izfrikfnr fl)kUrksa dk
mYys[k dhft;s %
¼1½ oh-ih- xksikykjko cukc yksd vfHk;kstd] vkU/kz izns’k] A.I.R. 1970 S.C.
¼2½ odZeSu vkWQ bf.M;u LVS.MMZ bULVhV~;w’ku] A.I.R. 1976 S.C. 145.
LL.B.II Year Paper – VII Administrative Law

Q.1. Explain fully the nature and scope of Administrative law. Why should administrative law
be studied as a branch of law separate from constitutional law?
iz'kklfud fof/k dh izd`fr ,oa {ks= dk foLrkj ls o.kZu dhft,A laoS/kkfud fof/k
ls vyx ,d 'kk[kk ds :i esa iz’kklfud fof/k dk v/;;u D;ksa fd;k tkrk gS\
Q.2. Explain fully ‘the Principles of Natural Justice’ as propounded in Administrative Law and
state its exceptions.
iz'kklfud fof/k esa ^^uSlfxZd U;k; ds fl)kUrksa** dk foLrkj ls o.kZu dhft,
vkSj blds fofHkUu viokn crkb;sA
Q.3. Discuss the application of rule against ‘Bias’ with reference to Supreme Court decisions.
What are the exceptions to therule?
U;k; esa i{kikr ds fo:n fl)kUr dk loksZPp U;k;ky; ds fu.kZ;ksa dk gokyk
nsdj foospu dhft;sA bl fl)kUr ds D;k viokn gSa\
Q.4. Explain the principle of ‘Rule of Law’ and discuss its contribution to modern
administrative law.
^fof/k ds 'kklu* ds fl)kUr dks le>kb;s rFkk vk/kqfud iz’kklfud fof/k esa
blds ;ksxnku dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.5. What are the characteristics of administrative tribunals? Distinguish between court and
iz'kklfud vf/kdj.kksa dh D;k&D;k fo’ks"krk,¡ gSa\ U;k;ky; ,oa vf/kdj.k esa
vUrj crkb;sA
Q.6. Define delegated legislation. Describe the judicial control over delegated legislation.
izR;k;ksftr fo/kk;u dh ifjHkk"kk nhft,A izR;k;ksftr fo/kk;u ij U;kf;d fu;U=.k
dh foospuk dhft,A
Q.7. Describe the salient features of a Public Corporation. How is control exercised over it?
lkoZtfud fuxeksa dh eq[; fo’ks"krk,¡ D;k gSa\ bu ij fu;U=.k fdl izdkj fd;k
tkrk gS\
Q.8. Write short notes on any two of the following: -
(i) Audi alteram partem
(ii) Droit administratif
(iii) Separation of powers
(iv) Judicial review
fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIif.k;k¡ fyf[k;s %
¼1½ vkfM&vyVje&ikjVe
¼2½ MkWbV ,MfefuLVsªfVQ
¼3½ 'kfDri`FkDdj.k
¼4½ U;kf;d iqufoZyksdu
Q.9. Discuss the judicial control of delegated legislation giving examples from decided cases.
fuf.kZr oknksa ds mnkgj.k nsrs gq, izR;k;ksftr fo/kk;u ij U;kf;d fu;U=.k dh
O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.10. Explain the constitution, powers and functions of the Central Administrative Tribunal
under the Administrative Tribunal Act, 1985
iz'kklfud U;kf/kdj.k vf/kfu;e] 1985 ds vUrxZr dsUnzh; iz’kklfud U;kf/kdj.k
ds xBu] 'kfDr;ksa rFkk dk;ksZa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
LL.B.II Year Paper – VIII Insurance Law

Q.1. Describe the major characteristics of insurance and discuss the statement. ‘The collective
bearing of risk is Insurance.’
^chek ds izeq[k y{k.kksa dk o.kZu dhft;s rFkk bl dFku dh O;k[;k dhft;s fd
chek tksf[keksa ds lkewfgd ogu dks dgrs gSaA*
Q.2. Define contract of insurance and explain the essential elements of a valid contract of
chek vuqcU/k dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;s rFkk oS/k chek vuqcU/k ds vko’;d
rÙoksa dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.3. What is insurable interest ? What are the rules regarding insurable interest in life, fire and
marine insurance ? Discuss.
chek ;ksX; fgr ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ thou chek] vfXu chek ,oa leqnzh
chek ls chek ;ksX; fgr lEcU/kh D;k fu;e gSa \ O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.4. Define Motor Insurance and describe the various insurance policies available under the
motor insurance in India.
eksVj chek dk vFkZ le>kb;s rFkk Hkkjr esa eksVj chek dh fofHkuu chek
ikWfyfl;ksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q.5. What is Fire Insurance ? What are the main characteristics of fire insurance? Explain.
vfXu chek ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ vfXu chek dh dkSu&dkSu lh izeq[k
fo’ks"krk,¡ gSa\ O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.6. Describe the powers of the Central Government and its authorized officers under the Public
Liability Insurance Act, 1992.
yksd nkf;Ro chek vf/kfu;e] 1992 ds vUrxZr dsUnzh; ljdkj vkSj blds
izkf/kd`r vf/kdkfj;ksa dh 'kfDr;ksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q.7. Explain various types of life insurance policies. What considerations will be examined
while choosing a life insurance policy?
thou chek i= ds fofHkUu izdkjksa dks le>kb;sA chek i= dkpquko djrs le;
fdu&fdu izfrQyksa dk /;ku j[ksaxsA
Q.8. Discuss the rights and duties of an insurance agent.
chek ,tsUV ds vf/kdkj ,oa dÙkZO; crkb;sA
Q.9. Write short notes on any two of the following: -
(i) Marine Insurance (ii) Crop Insurance
(iii) Accident Insurance (iv) Livestock Insurance.
fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fyf[k;s %&
¼1½ leqnzh chek ¼2½ Qly chek ¼3½ nq?kZVuk chek ¼4½ i'kq/ku
Q.10. Describe the various kinds of insurance and explain the social significance of insurance.
chek ds izeq[k izdkjksa dk mYys[k dhft;s rFkk chek ds lkekftd egÙo dks
Li"V dhft;sA

LL.B.II Year Paper – IX Prof. Ethics

Q.1. What is meant by professional ethics? What should be the qualities of an ideal Lawyer?
o`fÙkd lnkpkj ls D;k vfHkizk; gS\ ,d vkn’kZ vf/koDrk ds D;k xq.k gksus
pkfg, \
Q.2. Who can be enrolled as an Advocate? State the disqualifications for being enrolled as an
Advocate on a state roll.
vf/koDrk ds :i esa fdldk iathdj.k fd;k tk ldrk gS\ jkT; lwph esa ,d vf/koDrk
ds iathdj.k djus dh v;ksX;rk,¡ crkb;sA
Q.3. What acts are not contempt according to Contempt of Court Act, 1971. Discuss the
liabilityes of Corporate Bodies and their officers for the contempt of a court.
U;k;ky; voekuuk vf/kfu;e] 1971 ds vUrxZr dkSu&ls dk;Z voekuuk ugha
gSa \ fuxfer fudk;ksa ,oa muds vf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk ,d U;k;ky; dh voekuuk ij
nkf;Ro dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.4. What is state Bar Council? Discuss its functions.
jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn~ ¼ckj dkmafly½ D;k gS\ blds dk;ksZa dks le>kb;sA
Q.5. Discuss whether an advocate be punished for his misconduct?
D;k fdlh vf/koDrk dks mlds vopkj ds fy, nf.Mr fd;k tk ldrk gS\ O;k[;k dhft,A
Q.6. Write a note on relations between the Bar and the Bench. Refer to the cases also.
fof/kd ifj"kn ¼ckj½ ,oa U;k; ihB ¼csap½ ds e/; lEcU/kksa ij ,d uksV
fyf[k;sA oknksa dks Hkh lUnfHkZr dhft;sA
Q.7. Discuss the duties of an Advocate towards the courts, clients and public.
,d vf/koDrk ds U;k;ky;ksa] i{kdkjksa rFkk turk ds izfr dÙkZO;ksa dh
foospuk dhft;sA
Q.8. What is State Bar Council? Discuss the constitution and functions of State Bar Council.
jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn D;k gS\ jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn ds xBu vkSj dk;ksZa dks
Q.9. Define ‘Professional Misconduct’. Discuss the powers of the State Bar Council to punish
and Advocate for misconduct.
^o`fÙkd vopkj* dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn }kjk ,d vf/koDrk
dks vopkj gsrq nf.Mr djus dh 'kfDr;ksa dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.10. State the facts, the arguments and the principles of law laid down in the case which was
prepared by you in Moot Court.
vkids }kjk tks dsl dkYifud okn&lHkk ¼ewV U;k;ky;½ esa rS;kj fd;k x;k Fkk
mlds rF;ksa] rdksZa rFkk blesa izfrikfnr fof/k ds fl)kUrksa dks crkb;sA