DESCRIPTIVE QUESTIONS ON INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT [ BEGINNER LEVEL]

 Explain what is not evidence before a court of law. In this line whether an affidavit can be said as evidence of a fact? What is fact in issue? How it is different from relevant fact? Whether a Dying declaration is a conclusive proof for establishing dowry death? What is permissible hearsay evidence? Whether inferential evidence has any place under the scheme of Indian Evidence … Continue reading DESCRIPTIVE QUESTIONS ON INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT [ BEGINNER LEVEL]

Objective [MCQ] Sample Questions on Mohamedan Law

The four schools of thought were founded during the reign of (a) Abbasids (b) Mughals (c) Fatimids (d) None of these Status of a Mufti used to be that of a (a) Draftsman (b) Legislator (c) Law Officer (d) None of these  System developed by the Muslim doctors is Mohammedan law Fiqh Muslim law all the above. Istihsan means: (a) Preference of stronger evidence over … Continue reading Objective [MCQ] Sample Questions on Mohamedan Law

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OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT, 2005

DV act applies to  Only the victim of the violence all women who are subject of 125 Cr.P.C All women who are not staying with the husband women who are victim of violence within the family Aggrieved Person includes woman having domestic relationship A woman in live- in relations a mother whom the son not allowed to live with him  above all DV act has … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT, 2005

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OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON LIMITATION ACT, 1963

Application includes Writ Petition Interlocutory application Petition for restoration of suit Above all Suit does not include an appeal or an application in Limitation Act  True False Cannot be said Not a subject matter of limitation act  The Limitation Act, 1963 applies to proceedings before courts Suit before courts Suit and Proceeding Both all the above. The period spent in prosecuting the case before the … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON LIMITATION ACT, 1963

OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT [1ST SET]

Readiness of plaintiff to perform contract which includes (a) performance of plaintiff (b) potential of plaintiff (c) willingness of plaintiff (d) financial ability of plaintiff. Where applicant neither necessary nor proper party in suit of specific performance whether his presence is necessary for effective adjudication? (a) yes (b) no (c) conditional one (d) none of above. Specific relief can be granted for (a) enforcing individual … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT [1ST SET]

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OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT 1882 [1ST SET]

1. Before the commencement of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, the transfer of immovable properties in India were governed by the (a) principles of English law and equity (b) Indian Registration Act, 1908 (c) British State of Goods Act, 1880 (d) Indian Contract Act, 1872. 2. The courts, before the enactment of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, were forcing to decide property disputes … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT 1882 [1ST SET]

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OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE INDIAN PENAL CODE[1ST SET ]

1. The Fundamental principle of criminal liability is embodied in the maxim “actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea”. The maxim was developed by: (a) Equity Courts (b) Common Law Courts (c) Sadar Nizamat Court (d) none of the above. 2. ‘Wrongful gain’ means (a) gain by lawful means of property which the person gaining is not entitled (b) gain by unlawful means of … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE INDIAN PENAL CODE[1ST SET ]

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OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT [1ST SET ]

Indian Evidence Act was drafted by (a) Lord Macaulay (b) Sir James F. Stephen (c) Huxley (d) Sir Henry Summer Maine. The law of evidence consists of (a) ordinary rules of reasoning (b) legal rules of evidence (c) rules of logic (d) all the above. Relevancy and admissibility under the Indian Evidence Act are (a) synonymous (b) co-extensive (c) neither synonymous nor co-extensive (d) synonymous … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT [1ST SET ]

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OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973 [3RD SET ]

A 1. Point out incorrect response under Cr. P.C.– (a) Inquiry is conducted by the Court (b) Inquiry is conducted after framing of charge (c) Inquiry is conducted prior of framing of charge (d) Inquiry is conducted by the Magistrate (Ans : b) 2. In a cognizable offence a police officer (a) Cannot arrest an accused without warrant (b) May arrest an accused without warrant … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973 [3RD SET ]

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OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973 [2ND SET ]

1. As per the Explanation to Section 2(d) of the Cr.PC, a report made by a police officer in a case which discloses, after investigation, the commission of a non-cognizable offence shall be deemed to be a ________ . Answer: Complaint. 2. __________ includes all the proceedings under the Cr.PC for the collection of evidence conducted by a police officer. Answer: Investigation[Sectiom 2 (h)] 3. … Continue reading OBJECTIVE SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973 [2ND SET ]