HIGHER JUDICIAL SERVICE EXAMINATIONLaw Question Papers

Muslim Law MCQ For Judicial Service-Set 2

1. Offsprings of a Muslim woman marrying second husband shall be

legitimate

illegitimate but can be legitimised by subsequent acknowledgement

illegitimate and cannot be legitimised by any subsequent acknowledgement

either (a) or (b).

2. Muslims belonging to different schools of Mohammedan law

may intermarry freely with one another

cannot intermarry freely with one another

cannot intermarry at all

can intermarry with one another only with the consent of the Qazi.

3. ‘Kitabi’ and ‘Kitabiyya’ refer to

a man and a woman respectively

a woman and a man respectively

a woman

a man.

4. In India, the terms ‘Kitabi’ or ‘Kitabiyya’ applies to

Christians

Jews

both Christians and Jews

only Christians and not Jews.

5. A man in Hanafi law can marry

a Muslim woman

a Kitabiyya

either (a) or (b)

only (a) and not (b).

6. A man in Shiite law can marry in the nikah

a Muslim woman

a Kitabiyya

either (a) or (b)

only (a) and not (b).

7. A Muslim man cannot marry

a Muslim woman

a Jews

a Christian

an idolateress or a fire-worshipper.

8. Marriage of a Muslim man with an idolateress or a fire-worshipper shall be

void

irregular

valid

either (b) or (c).

9. A Muslim woman can marry

a Muslim man

a Kitabi

either (a) or (b)

both (a) and (b).

10. Marriage of a Muslim woman with a non- Muslim shall be

valid

irregular

void

either (a) or (b).

11. On the apostasy of one of the parties to the marriage, a Muslim marriage

stands dissolved automatically

remains valid

becomes irregular

stands dissolved after the decree of the court.

12. In Muslim Law marriage with a woman prohibited by reason of blood relationship is

valid & the issue legitimate

irregular & the issue legitimate

void but the issue legitimate

void and the issue illegitimate.

13. A marriage of a Muslim man with his niece or great niece is

void

irregular

valid

muta.

14. A Muslim is prohibited from marrying his sister who is related to him

by full blood

by uterine blood

a consanguine

all the above.

15. A marriage of a Muslim with a woman prohibited by reason of affinity shall be

irregular

void

valid

either (a) or (b).

16. A Muslim can marry the

descendant of a wife, if the marriage with that wife has not been consummated

descendant of a wife, if the marriage with that wife has been consummated

descendant of a wife irrespective of whether the marriage with that wife has been consummated or not

descendant of a wife only with the leave of the Qazi.

17. A marriage with foster relations is

prohibited absolutely

permitted absolutely

prohibited generally except certain foster relations

either (b) or (c).

18. A marriage forbidden by reason of foster age is

irregular

void

valid

either (a) or (c).

19. With whom amongst the following a valid marriage can be contracted

foster-son’s sister

foster-brother’s sister

foster-sister’s mother

all the above.

20. With whom a valid marriage can be contracted by a Muslim

ascendants or descendants of his wife

the wife of any ascendant or descendant

either (a) or (b)

neither (a) nor (b).

21. A Muslim can contract a valid marriage with

his consanguine or uterine sister

his niece

both (a) and (b)

neither (a) nor (b).

22. Unlawful conjunction arises when a Muslim marries two wives who are related to each other by

consanguinity

affirmity

forsterage

either (a) or (b) or (c).

23. A Muslim is prevented from marrying his wife’s sister

during the subsistence of marriage with his wife

after the death of his wife

after the divorce of his wife

all the above.

24. Under Hanafi law, disregard to the bar of unlawful conjunction renders the marriage

valid & issues legitimate

irregular & issues legitimate

void & issues illegitimate

void but issues legitimate.

25. Shia law does not provide for

valid marriage

irregular marriage

void marriage

either (a) or (b) or (c).


 

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