DV act applies to

  1.  Only the victim of the violence
  2. all women who are subject of 125 Cr.P.C
  3. All women who are not staying with the husband
  4. women who are victim of violence within the family


Aggrieved Person includes

  1. woman having domestic relationship
  2. A woman in live- in relations
  3. a mother whom the son not allowed to live with him
  4.  above all


DV act has retrospective effect

  1. yes
  2. no
  3. Prospective effect
  4. no 1 and three are correct


Monetary relief Can be given

  1. if aggrieved woman suffer loss due to domestic violence
  2. if subject of section 125 of Cr.P.C
  3. If husband failed to maintain the woman
  4. Only no 1 is correct


Who can be respondent

  1.  Only adult male having a domestic relationship
  2. any person with whom domestic relationship could be established
  3. relatives of the husband
  4. no 2 and 3 are correct


A divorced woman can claim in a shared household

  1. true
  2. false


A woman in live in relationship resides with her boyfriend in a rented house and later she discovered that her boyfriend is the owner of a flat in salt lake city of Kolkata , whether the claim of the woman for residence in the salt lake flat is competent?

  1. yes
  2. no


The Magistrate can not proceed with the complaint u/s 12 without considering DIR

  1. true
  2. false


A woman can claim u/s 17 a residence order

  1. against the shared  house belongs to husband
  2. against the shared house belongs to father -in -law
  3. against a shared house belongs to the joint family
  4. against the shared house belongs to the relative of the husband
  5. no 1 is correct position of law
  6. no 1 and 3 is the correct position of law


An application u/s 12 of DV  Act should be filed

  1. at any time after the cause of action
  2. within three years  as per article 137 of the limitation act
  3. Any limitation has not ben prescribed in DV Act
  4. no 1  and 3 are  correct
  5. no 2 is correct


An application by wife u/s 12 of DV  Act has been disposed of by the Ld Magistrate and inter alia ordered for residence in the husband’s house in Chetla Kolkata. Now the status of the wife

  1. Like divorcee
  2.  Like judicial separation
  3. Same as a full fledge wife
  4. The husband can ask for casual sex with the wife
  5. the wife can deny sexual intercourse by telling “sexual abuse clause” but allowing a man of her choice
  6. no 3 and 4 are correct
  7. no 5 are correct
  8. no 2 and 5 are correct


“Sexual abuse” defined U/s 3 of DV Act in terms of

  1. Violation of the Dignity of woman
  2. any short of sexual advancement by the husband
  3. Husband wants to see pornography with the wife
  4. Husband asks for sodomy
  5. no 1 and 4 are correct
  6. No 1 , 2 , 3, 4 all are correct


U/s 20 of DV Act the Magistrate is competent

  1. to issue an arrest warrant on failure to pay money
  2. can only direct the employer or debtor to pay the money as ordered
  3. can create a charge on the immovable property of the respondent
  4. all are correct
  5. only no 2 is correct


U/s 23 a magistrate can grant interim Relief

  1. for past, present and future domestic violence
  2. only for past and present domestic violence
  3. which one is correct?


U/S 25 of the DV Act , whether a magistrate is competent to Recall his Order?

  1. yes
  2. no


U/s 28 of the DV Act the procedure shall be adopted by the Ld Magistrate is written in 126 of the CR.P.C

  1. true
  2.  false
  3. The magistrate can overlook Cr.P.C and adopt his own procedure
  4. The magistrate can adopt his own procedure if a thing is not provided in Cr.P.C
  5. Which one is a more appropriate answer?


A magistrate proceed with an Application u/s 12 of DV act without jurisdiction

  1. The respondent shall file a Revision as per Cr.P.C
  2.  The Respondent shall prefer an appeal as per section 29 of the DV Act.


Domestic violence is usually a one time, isolated occurrence

A. True

B. False


In DV Case the burden  lies with the Complainant

  1. true
  2. false

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