AIBE V 2012 – All India Bar Exam 5 – Previous Question Paper

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This is the free question paper from AIBE V or AIBE 5, the fifth edition of the All India Bar Examination that was held in 2012.

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1. In India the Arbitration & Conciliation Act was enacted in
A. 1992
B. 1993
C. 1994
D. 1996

 

2. In the IPC, nothing is an offence which is done by a child under
A. Eight years
B. Ten years
C. Seven years
D. Twelve years

 

3. In Torts, in case of Defamation
A. Intention to defame is not necessary
B. Intention to defame is necessary
C. Both (i) & (ii)
D. Either (i) or (ii)

 

4. Relevant fact is?
A. Facts logically relevant to any fact in issue
B. Facts legally relevant to any fact in issue
C. Both
D. None

 

5. A Sunni Muslim marries with Kitabiya girl, the marriage is
A. Valid
B. Void
C. Irregular
D. None of these

 

6. An agreement to remain unmarried is
A. Valid
B. Void
C. Voidable
D. Unenforceable

 

7. The investigating officer during the investigation records the statements of a witness under
A. Section 160 of Cr.P.C
B. Section 162 of Cr.P.C
C. Section 161 of Cr.P.C
D. Section 164 of Cr.P.C

 

8. ‘X’ residing in Delhi, publishes statements defamatory to ‘Y’ in Calcutta, ‘Y’ can sue ‘X’ at
A. Delhi
B. Calcutta
C. Anywhere in India
D. Either in Delhi or in Calcutta

 

9. Who categorized the subject of ‘jurisprudence’ & censorial jurisprudence?
A. Holland
B. Bentham
C. Kelsen
D. Paton

 

10. While interpreting the phrase ‘equality before the law’ contained in Article 14 of the Constitution, the Supreme Court constantly maintained that equality means
A. Absolute equality among human beings
B. Equal treatment to all persons
C. Among equals, the law should be equal & should be equally administered
D. Both (B) & (C)

 

11. Offer under section 2(a) is
A. Communication from one person to another
B. Suggestion by one person to another
C. Willingness to do or abstain from doing an action order to obtain the assent of other thereto
D. None of the above

 

12. The Consumer Protection Act was enacted in
A. 1985
B. 1986
C. 2005
D. 2008

 

13. The item ‘Education’ belongs to the
A. Union List
B. State List
C. Concurrent List
D. Residuary Subject

 

14. Indian Bar Committee was constituted first time under the chairmanship of Sir Adward Chamier in the year
A. 1927
B. 1961
C. 1949
D. 1923

 

15. Complaint as provided under section 2(d) of Cr.P.C
A. Can be in writing only
B. Can be oral
C. Either in writing or oral
D. Can be by gestures

 

16. Doctrine of Res-judicata as contained in section 11 of CPC is based on the maxim;
A. Nemo debet bis vexari pro uno eteadern causa
B. Interest republicae at sit finis litium
C. Both (a) & (b)
D. Either (a) or (b)

 

17. A proposal when accepted becomes
A. Promise under section 2(b)
B. Agreement under section 2(e)
C. Contract under section 2(h)
D. None of the above

 

18. Upon failure to hold Statutory Meeting, the penalty for the defaulting Company shall be
A. Rs. 500 per day of default
B. Woundup
C. Rs. 1000 per day of the default
D. None of these

 

19. The term ‘Lay-off has been defined under the Industrial Disputes Act
A. Section 2(KKK)
B. Section 2
C. Section 2(1)
D. Section 3(1)

 

20. In famous Carlill v. Carbolic Smoke-Ball Co. (1893) 1 QBD 256, the Hon’ble Court held that the Contract was accepted on being
A. Communicated
B. Acted upon
C. Refused
D. Advertised

 

21. A has sexual intercourse with his own wife aged about 14 years with her consent. A committed
A. No offence
B. Offence of Rape
C. Intercourse with own wife is not Rape
D. As there was consent hence A cannot be held guilty for the offence of rape

 

22. Communication between husband & wife is treated as privileged if communication
A. Was made during marriage with promise of confidentiality
B. Was made during marriage, even without promise of confidentiality
C. Was made before marriage with promise of confidentiality
D. Is made after marriage

 

23. Limitation Act is applicable to
A. Civil suits
B. Criminal cases
C. Both of the following is correct
D. Civil, all the above

 

24. Principle of Res-sub judice is provided in
A. Section 10 of CPC
B. Section 11 of CPC
C. Section 13 of CPC
D. Section 14 of CPC

 

25. In a bailable offence, the bail is granted as a matter of right
A. By the police officer
B. By the court
C. Both by the police officer & the court
D. Either (a)

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