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This is not the complete question paper. This post contains the question headers from the AILET LLM entrance question paper from AILET 2016, which included the AILET PG 2016 Test conducted by NLU Delhi. The complete question paper + the official answer key and 100 practice mock tests based on the latest syllabus are available for registered users of practice packs.

# In the landmark judgment of National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) v. Union of India, Supreme Court while declaring transgender people to be a ‘third gender’ observed

# Recently Union of India vs. Sriharan dealt with

# Which Article of the Indian Constitution deals with the stability of the Union of India?

# Which of the following is not correctly matched?

# A took his wife B to England for vacations. Due to some business emergency A had to go back to his place of work immediately while leaving B in England owing to her ill health. A promised to pay B 300 Pounds per week as maintenance during her stay in England but failed to pay. If A sued by B then

# Which of the following cases are related to Doctrine of Eclipse?

# Which of the following Constitutional Amendments provide for the formation of a National Judicial Appointments Commission?

# According to the Supreme Court a person belonging to non reserved class transplanted by adoption or marriage or conversion or any other voluntary act to a family belonging to reserved class does not become eligible to the benefits of reservation either under Article 15(4) or 16(4) of the Constitution in

# When a writ is issued to an inferior court or tribunal on grounds of exceeding its jurisdiction or acting contrary to the rules of natural justice, it is called a writ of

# Assertion (A): By amendment, Preamble cannot destroy the basic feature of the Constitution.
Reason (R): The power to amend does not include the power to abrogate the Constitution.

# Language to be used in the Supreme Court and in the High Courts and for Acts, Bills etc. in the Legislature shall be

# The appointment of only lady principals or lady teachers in a Women’s College

# The concept of judicial review was borrowed from the Constitution of

# In which of the following States of India is Article 31 of-the Indian Constitution applicable even after it was deleted by the 44th Amendment Act?

# Common intention under Sec. 34 implies

# Admiralty jurisdiction does not extend over

# The term ‘offence’ as defined in IPC means

# In cases of common intention which of the following statements hold true?

# Is it binding on the part of a state to make SC/ST reservation in matter of promotion?

# Good faith as per the definition of IPC means

# X enticed a minor girl G of age 17 years 11 month out of lawful guardianship and kept her with him in a hotel in another city and later on deserted her. While G was loitering on the streets of that city, M took her with him and to his village to look for her parents. G was finally recovered from his house by the police

# Identity of the rape victim must be protected. Which of the following statements is not true for the protection of the identity of a rape victim?

# In which of the following cases did the Supreme Court overrule the judgment of Delhi High Court and declared that Section 377 of IPC is not unconstitutional?

# The correct understanding of the offence of theft as defined in Sec. 378 IPC is

# Which of the following is false about the presumption of innocence?

# A struck his wife B on the head a single blow with a roller pin. B fell down bleeding from nose and became senseless. ‘A’ thinking that B was dead hung herwith a piece of rope from the ceiling which actually caused B’s death. A is guilty of

# X instigates Z to murder Y. Z stabbed Y but Y recovers from the wound

# ‘B’ and ‘C were on the railway platform. B’ has taken a ticket from Allahabad to Delhi. ‘B’ an illiterate woman handed over the ticket to ‘C in order to ascertain whether she had a right ticket. ‘C under the pretence of returning the ticket to Delhi substituted the ticket for the ticket of a shorter journey and returned that as ‘B’ ‘s ticket. In this case, ‘C is liable for

# Which of the following statements correctly describe the clause thirdly of Sec. 300?

# Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013 added new clause in the definition of rape under Sec. 375 IPC. The newly added circumstance under which a man is said to commit ‘rape’ is

# As per the Criminal Law Amendment Act 2013, enhanced punishment of rigorous imprisonment for a term of not less than 10 years is provided for rape if woman is under

# Which is not the essential element of offence of kidnapping?

# A is tried for murder of B by intentionally shooting him dead. The fact that A was in the habit of shooting at people with intent to murder them is

# Mark the incorrect statement.

# Hearsay evidence is generally inadmissible. However, in certain cases it is admissible. Which of the following is such a case?

# A borrows Rs. 200 from B and executes a pronote in which the interest rate is given 1 %. The pronote is filled and proved in the court. A wants to lead evidence to the effect that the interest settled between the parties was 0.5%.

# A local development authority announced a housing scheme and accepted applications under it, subsequently finding that the scheme was in violation of the Master Plan, it cancelled the project.

# Ghanshyam and Afzal are good friends. They are traders and together keep on doing business transaction very often. In April 2016, they enter in a contract. Afzal has certain confidential information from his private sources about some change in prices that would affect Ghanshyam’s willingness to proceed with the contract. As per Indian Contract Act, 1872, identify which of the following is applicable.

# The contracts where one of the parties has almost nil opportunities to bargain over the special terms of the agreement while the other party, usually the big corporate, is in a position to dictate its terms. The terms are prepared by the big corporate while the other party has no choice but either to accept the terms or leave the deal altogether. Such contracts are known as

# A and B entered into a contract for sale of a Machine. The Contract provided that the party committing breach will pay Rs. 1,500 to other as damages. B committed breach of the contract. To which of the following A is entitled?

# The differentiating factor between a social agreement and a valid contract is

# A clause of one Special Voluntary Retirement Package (SVRP) stated inter alia that once option is made, the employee making the offer cannot withdraw it. Section 5 of the Contract Act states that an acceptance may be revoked at any time before the communication of the acceptance is complete as against the acceptor, but not afterwards. Decide which of the following is true?

# A applies to a banker for a loan at a time when there is stringency in the money market. The banker declines to make the loan except at an unusually high rate of interest. A accepts the loan on these terms.

# When a contract is made on telephone it becomes complete at the place where the acceptance is heard. In which of the following cases it has been held so?

# Find out the correct response. Past consideration is no consideration, this statement is

# Contingent contracts to do or not to do anything, if an impossible event happens, are void, only if at the time of making of the agreement

# Simrat and Sarthak make a contract grounded on the erroneous belief that a particular debt is barred by the Indian Law of Limitation. The contract is

# Find out the correct answer. A makes a promise to pay Rs. 4,500 to X,Y and Z. X dies. In the absence of any contract

# A contract by which one party promises to save the other from loss caused to him by the conduct of the promisor himself, or by the conduct of any other person, is called

# In which of the following there is no contract?

# Ramesh employs Suresh to beat Mahesh. Ramesh promises to indemnify Suresh against all the consequences of the act. Suresh beats Mahesh and has to pay damages to Mahesh for the beatings committed upon him.

# The leading case of Harvey v. Facey relates to which one of the following

# X offered a reward of Rs. 65,000 through an advertisement to anyone who would bring back his missing son. Y brings the son of X. In which situation of the following, Y would be entitled to get the award?

# In case of guarantee, the liability of the surety is

# A takes a loan from BS with the promise to pay it back within six months. It is also stipulated that on the failure to pay within the six months, A will be liable to pay double the amount borrowed. Which one of the following is the correct statement?

# In case of non-fulfilment of the contractual obligations, only the parties to the contract can sue each other. This statement may be called as

# In which case of the following, the doctrine of frustration was recognised in India?

# In which case of the following, an agreement without consideration may be a contract?

# In a self-service shop, a customer X selects certain goods and brings them to the counter of the Cashier. In which of the following circumstances, the contract of sale is concluded?

# X promises Y to drop a prosecution which he has instituted against Y for robbery and Y promises to restore the value of the things taken. Which one of the following is the correct answer?

# X sends a registered insured parcel by post to Y but post office does not deliver the parcel to Y. In the suit instituted by Y against the post office, it is agreed that Y is not a party to a contract between X and the Post Officer, Y cannot bring a suit to enforce the contract. Which one of the following is the correct in this case?

# Mental condition of the wrong-doer at the time of wrong doing is

# A tractor with trolley carrying several persons collides with a train on an unmanned railway crossing in which many people are killed and injured. In a suit for compensation

# State which of the following statements is correct about the Consumer Protection Act, 1986?
A) The provisions of the Act are in addition to any other law in force
B) The Act is special legislation with respect to consumer disputes
C) The provisions of the Act are in addition to and are not in derogation of any other law in force
D) The provisions of the Act bar jurisdiction of other courts

# An overloaded rickshaw with three adults and a child on it, while being driven on the correct side of the road, is hit by a bus driven at high speed and coming, on the wrong side. Which one of the following is correct in this context?

# In which case it was held that the State Government was in a position of a bailee in relation of goods seized by its officers and was, therefore, bound to take reasonable care of the seized goods?

# The defendant had filed a complaint to the Magistrate against the plaintiff. The complaint was dismissed. The defendant moved the Sessions Judge in appeal. He got himself examined in Sessions Trial although he knew the charge was false and he was acting without reasonable and probable cause. His complaint was dismissed by the Session Judge. Thereupon the plaintiff filed a suit for malicious prosecution against the defendant. Which one of the following conclusion is correct?

# A threw a light squib into a crowd, it fell upon X. “X”, in order to prevent injury to himself, threw it further. It fell upon “Y” and “Y” in his turn, did the same thing and it then fell on “B”, as a result of which, B lost one of his eyes. Who would be liable for this?

# A rickshaw carrying three passengers was going on correct side of the road when it was hit by a bus coming from the opposite direction on the wrong side of the road. The speed of the bus was very high, so much so that after hitting the rickshaw, it also hit a motorbike coming from the same side from where the rickshaw was coming. In relation to this case which of the statement is correct?

# Which of the following is not a principle of factual causation?

# A car mechanic was employed by his master, the defendant to repair cars. He repaired a car and then drove the car for a short distance to check whether he had repaired the car properly or not. In the process he caused an accident injuring the plaintiff. The master is

# The owner of a van put notice on the van to the effect that no unauthorised person is allowed on the van, the driver cannot give lift to any person and that the owner would not be liable for the damages to any unauthorised person on the van. The driver nevertheless, gave lift to A, an unauthorised person, who was killed owing to the driver’s negligence. The owner

# A film critic in his review of a film comments adversely on the cinematic values and quality of the film. The director of the film sues the film critic for defamation. Which of the following is correct, use the code given below?
1. The film critic is not liable as he can raise the defence of justification.
2. The critic is not liable because it was a fair and bonafide comment in public interest.
3. It was an expression of opinion and not assertion of facts.
4. It was a fair criticism of a film meant for public entertainment.

# Who is a consumer under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986?

# The Rule of ‘Absolute Liability’ was laid down in the case

# Which one of the following is not an example of vicarious liability?

# The Supreme Court observed that noise pollution cannot be tolerated, even if such noise was a direct result of and was connected with religious activities in the case of

# The judgment striking down the NJAC Act had a ratio of

# Shreya Singhal v. Union of India dealt with

# Which case cited mediation in rape case sans legal permissibility?

# The method of enquiry adopted by the critical legal thinkers includes which of the following?

# The interpretation given to Article 21 by the Supreme Court in Maneka Gandhi V. Union of India A.I.R. 1978 SC 597 can be best classified as

# P’s son had been missing for some time. P sent his servant Q in search of his son. Thereafter, through handbill P offered a reward of Rs. 501 to whoever was able to trace the where about of his son. Q was successful in tracing the son and brought him to P. Then he came to know of the reward and claimed it. P refused to pay. In this case

# August Comte’s view that society is like an organism and it can progress when it is guided by scientific principle, is also known as

# Who says, “the only right which man can possess is always to do his duty”?

# Which of the following is the most appropriate statement?

# Consider the following statements.
i) Judicial precedent is evidence of law in civilian culture.
ii) Judicial precedent is source of law in common law culture.
iii) Doctrinal writings are a source of law in civilian culture.
iv) Common law culture views law as a set of rules of conduct and civilian culture views it as a means of resolving disputes in courts.

# In which case the SC held that unwed mother can be the sole guardian of a child?

# Who has been appointed as Chairman of 21st Law Commission?

# Which case dealt with compensation issue to the victims of crime?

# Which of the following is associated with the theory of possession?

# In civilised society men must be able to assume that others will commit no intentional aggression upon them. It has been stated by Pound as

# Which of the following pair is incorrect?

# Rule regarding reasonableness is not that a custom will be admitted if reasonable, but that it will be admitted unless it is unreasonable

# Under the umbrella of analytical view of Austin which of the following statements is not true?

# Law is a part of a complex social totality in which it constitutes as weli as is constituted, shapes as well as is shaped. Whose words are these?

# Analytical jurist contended that

# Who observed the following very recently? “Ultimately, it is the fundamental (women) right”.

# Which of the following courts recently held that engaging musclemen to recover loans by banks and financial institutions to be unlawful?

# The case of Save Life Foundation and Anr. v. Union of India and Anr. was recently in news for the reasons

This post contains the question headers from the AILET LLM entrance question paper from AILET 2016, which included the AILET PG 2016 Test conducted by NLU Delhi. The complete question paper + the official answer key and 100 practice mock tests based on the latest syllabus are available for registered users of our practice packs.

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