AIBE VI 2013 – All India Bar Exam 6 – Previous Question Paper

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This is the free question paper from AIBE VI or AIBE 6, the sixth edition of the All India Bar Examination that was held in 2013.

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1. The contents of documents may be proved either by
A. Primary evidence or direct evidence
B. Primary evidence or by secondary evidence
C. Direct evidence or circumstantial evidence
D. Primary evidence or documentary evidence

 

2. Amalgamation of Companies in National Interest is dealt under
A. Section 378 of the Companies Act
B. Section 388 of the Companies Act
C. Section 390 of the Companies Act
D. Section 396 of the Companies Act

 

3. Which provision under the Code provides the indication as to the rule against double jeopardy?
A. Section 300
B. Section 305
C. Section 309
D. Section 311

 

4. A places men with firearms at the outlets of a building & tells B that they will fire at B if B attempts to leave the building. What is the offence committed by A as against B
A. Wrongful restraint
B. Wrongful confinement
C. Refusal to leave the place
D. None of the above

 

5. What property cannot be transferred under section 6 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882
A. An easement apart from the dominant heritage
B. An interest in property restricted in its enjoyment to the owner personally
C. A right to future maintenance, in whatsoever manner arising, secured or determined
D. All of the above.

 

6. Original Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court is dealt under
A. Article 130
B. Article 131
C. Article 124
D. Article 226

 

7. The principal regulator envisaged under the Trade Unions Act, 1926
A. Industrial relations committee
B. Regulator of trade unions
C. Inspector of trade unions
D. Registrar of trade unions

 

8. ‘Contravention of contract labour Act would not create employment relationship between contract labour & principal establishment.’ It was so held in which case
A. SAIL v. National Union Water Front Workers
B. Air India Statutory Corporations v. United Labour Union
C. Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board v. A. Rajappa
D. None of these

 

9. Under Consumer Protection Act, the jurisdiction of the District Forum should not exceed rupees
A. Rs. 25,000/-
B. Rs. 50,000/-
C. Rs. 1,00,000/-
D. Rs. 20,00,000/-

 

10. Obstructing Public Servant in discharge of his public functions is a
A. civil wrong
B. bail able offence
C. non-bail able offence
D. none of the above

 

11. ‘Witnesses are the eyes & ears of Justice.’ Whose statement is this
A. Bentham
B. Phipson
C. Lord Atkin
D. Lord Denning

 

12. Which provision under Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 deals with the procedure to be adopted by the Magistrate, to record confessions & statements?
A. Section 162
B. Section 163
C. Section 164
D. Section 164A

 

13. Natural law is the idea that
A. Law is the command of the sovereign
B. there are no limits to the power of legislative rulers
C. there are rational objective limits to the power of legislative rulers.
D. there are limits to the power of the executive laid by the legislature

 

14. Delivery of goods by one person to another for some purpose upon a contract that they shall, when the purpose is accomplished, be returned or disposed of according to the directions of the person delivering them. What is the type of contract called as
A. Pledge
B. Bailment
C. Indemnity
D. Guarantee

 

15. Section 5 of the Limitation Act, 1963 enables the court to condone delay in filling on sufficient satisfaction of sufficient cause.
A. appeal or application
B. appeal, suit & application
C. appeal, petition & counter-petition
D. appeal, petition, suit & counter petition.

 

16. According to the Indian law in a lawful contract, consideration
A. Is not necessary at all
B. Must move from promises only
C. May move from promise or any other person
D. None of the above

 

17. Which section under the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 deals with the settlement of disputes outside the court?
A. Section 88
B. Section 89
C. Section 98
D. Section 99

 

18. Specific relief can be granted only for the purpose of enforcing individual civil rights & not for the mere purpose of enforcing a penal law. Which provision brings in such prohibition?
A. Section 4
B. Section 5
C. Section 7
D. Section 10

 

19. By the Constitution (97 Amendment) Act, 2011 the following word has been inserted under article 19(l)(c)
A. Registered Societies
B. Democratic Societies
C. Cooperative Societies
D. Cooperative Management

 

20. The executive power of every State shall be so exercised as to ensure compliance with the laws made by Parliament & any existing laws mentioned under
A. Article 352
B. Article 254
C. Article 256
D. Article 301

 

21. A’s nephew has absconded from his home. He sent his servant to trace his missing nephew. When the servant had left, A then announced that anybody who discover the missing boy would be rewarded. When the servant came to know about the reward, he brought an action against A to recover the same. But his action failed. It was held that the servant was not entitled to the reward because he did not know about the offer when he discovered the missing boy. Name the case on reading the facts.
A. Dutton v. Poole
B. Donogue v. Stevenson
C. Tweedle v. Atkinson
D. Lalman Shukla v. Gauri Dutt

 

22. ‘A Contract is an agreement between two or more persons which is intended to be enforceable at law & is contracted by the acceptance by one party of an offer made to him by the other party to do or abstain from doing some act.’ – Whose statement is this?
A. Halsbury
B. Salmond
C. Phipson
D. Pollock

 

23. Which provision of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 deals with conciliation
A. Section 22
B. Section 23
C. Section 23(2)
D. Section 23(3)

 

24. Which Section under the Advocates Act, 1961 deals with disqualification as to enrolment?
A. Section 24A
B. Section 25A
C. Section 26A
D. Section 27A

 

25. The Supreme Court has held that an advocate cannot claim a lien over a litigation file entrusted to him for his fees no professional can be given the right to withhold the returnable records relating to the work done by him with his clients matter on the strength of any claim for unpaid remuneration. The alternative is the professional concerned can resort to other legal remedies for such unpaid remuneration. Refer to the specific case.
A. Emperor v. Dadu Ram
B. G. Naranswamy v. Challapalli
C. V.C. Rangadurai v. D Gopalan
D. R.D.Saxena v. Bair am Prasad Sharma

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