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Shamim Ara claimed her dower after the death of her husband from her husband’s property. She is a/an
– preferential creditor to all other creditors subject to her right to retention.
– ordinary unsecured creditor, having no priority over other unsecured creditors, subject to her right to retention.
– ordinary unsecured creditor but having priority over other unsecured creditors
– secured creditor subject to her right of retention.

To cede a part of the Indian Territory in favour of any foreign country, which one of the following procedural requirement must be complied with?
– A law made by Parliament to the effect would be relevant and sufficient.
– A law must be passed in compliance with Article 3 of the Constitution of India.
– A Constitutional Amendment Act must be passed in compliance with Article 368 of the Constitution of India.
– A Constitutional Amendment Act must be passed to amend the Constitution as per Article 368 and followed up by a law passed relatable to Article 3 of the Constitution of India.

Who defined defamation as “publication of a statement which tends to lower a person in the estimation of right thinking members of society generally, or which tends to make them shun or avoid that person”.
– Winfield
– Glanville Williams
– Salmond
– Pollock

Who among the following can file a complaint under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986?
– Any recognised consumer association
– The Central Government or any State Government
– A consumer
– All of the choices

In which of the following cases has the Supreme Court made it mandatory for candidates contesting elections to the legislatures and their spouses to declare their source of income at the time of filing nominations?
– People’s Union for Civil Liberties v. Union of India
– Jan Chaukidar v. Union of India
– Association for Democratic Reforms v. Union of India
– Lok Prahari v. Union of India

In which of the following case, the Supreme Court held that the public authority providing services or goods as per the definition under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 must be held liable to pay adequate compensation to the consumer for harassment or mental agony or oppression caused to him for capricious exercise of power and the money could then be recovered from the erring public officials?
– State of Gujarat v. Memom Mahomed
– Shyam Sunder v. State of Rajasthan
– Indian Medical Association v. V.P. Shantha
– Lucknow Development Authority v. M.K. Gupta

In which of the following case, the Supreme Court held that “An intermediary shall be liable for a third party information hosted by him if upon receiving actual knowledge from the court order or on being notified by the appropriate government, he fails to expeditiously remove that material”?
– My Space Inc. v. Super Cassettes
– Google India Pvt. Ltd. v. M/s Visaka Industries
– Shreya Singhal v. Union of India
– Avinash Bajaj v. State

In which of the following case, Lord Wilberforce opined that “It is necessary to consider three elements inherent in any claim for nervous shock: the class of persons whose claim should be recognized, the proximity of such persons to the incident and the means adopted by which shock is caused”?
– Page v. Smith
– Hinz v. Berry
– Bourhill v. Young
– McLoughlin v. O’Brian

In which of the following offences minimum five offenders are required?
1. Affray
2. Robbery
3. Dacoity
4. Rioting

– 1, 2 and 3 are correct.
– 2, 3 and 4 are correct.
– 1 and 4 are correct.
– 3 and 4 are correct.

A foreign company intends to merge with an Indian Company. As per the relevant provision in the Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamation) Rules, 2016, it needs to obtain prior approval of
– Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs.
– Securities and Exchange Board of India.
– Reserve Bank of India.
– Department of Economic Affairs.

Who coined the term ‘Compensatory Discrimination’?
– Prof. P.N. Singh
– Prof. Marc Galanter
– Prof. Upendra Baxi
– Justice Krishna Iyer

What is the limitation period for filing a complaint under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986?
– One year from the date of cause of action
– 2 years from the date of cause of action
– 6 months from the date of cause of action
– 90 days from the date of cause of action

What is the role of section 135, Trade Marks Act, 1999?
– relief for recovery of property
– relief for specific performance
– relief for infringement
– declaration of the title

What is the principle of complementarity in the context of the International Criminal Court (ICC)?
– It means the ICC will assist the domestic criminal court in trial and prosecution of the individual accused of committing crimes enlisted in the Rome Statute, 1998.
– It means the ICC will seek for demand production of accused to its jurisdiction.
– It means the ICC will prosecute an individual only when that individual submits to its jurisdiction.
– It means the ICC will only prosecute an individual if states are unwilling or unable to prosecute.

The question regarding disqualification of the Speaker of Lok Sabha under the X Schedule of the Constitution of India is referred for the decision to
– A member elected for this purpose by the Lok Sabha
– Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha
– Deputy Chairperson of Rajya Sabha
– President of India

Dissolution of a firm can be carried by
– expiry of the term for which it was constituted.
– adjudication of a partner as an insolvent.
– death of a partner.
– All of the choices

‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ are partners in a partnership firm named A B & C. ‘A’ retires from the firm without giving any public notice. Thereafter, an existing creditor lends Rs. ten lakh to the firm on the basis of his knowledge that ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ are the three partners in the firm. This amount remains unpaid by the firm. The creditor wants to recover the unpaid loan amount from the firm.
– No one will be liable for the unpaid loan amount.
– ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ will be liable for the unpaid loan amount.
– Only ‘B’ and ‘C’ will be liable for the unpaid loan amount.
– Only ‘A’ will be liable for the unpaid loan amount.

Assertion (A): Distributive justice is based on the principle that there has to be equal distribution amongst the equals.
Reason (R): Reasonable classification is the essence of equality as justice cannot be achieved by promulgating uniform law for everyone.
1. Both A and R are correct and R is the correct reason for A.
2. Both A and R are correct but R is not the correct reason for A.
3. Both A and R are incorrect.
4. A is incorrect but R is correct.

– 2
– 1
– 3
– 4

Consider the following statement about the Military Staff Committee:
1. It shall advise and assist the Security Council on all questions relating to military requirements for maintenance of international peace and security.
2. It shall consist of Chiefs of Staff of the permanent members and two non- members nominated by the General Assembly.

– Both 1 and 2 are correct.
– Neither 1 nor 2 is correct.
– Only 1 is correct.
– Only 2 is correct.

Consider the following statements:
1. Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is the first legally binding international agreement to comprehensively prohibit nuclear weapons.
2. It was passed on July 7, 2017 by the Security Council.
3. It has not come into force.

– Only 1 is correct.
– Only 2 is correct.
– All of the choices are correct.
– 1 and 3 are correct.

Consider the following statements:
1. Moses v. Macferlan is a prominent example of theory of unjust enrichment as propounded by Lord Mansfield.
2. According to this theory, the demands of justice and equity is to prevent the unjust enrichment of one person at the cost of another.
3. Sinclair v. Brougham has propounded the theory of “Implied-in-fact” contract to elaborate the nature of Quasi Contracts.

– 1, 2 and 3 are correct.
– Only 1 and 3 are incorrect.
– Only 1 and 2 are correct.
– Only 2 and 3 are correct.

Consider the following statements:
1. A contract with a minor is void, however, a minor can after attaining majority ratify an agreement made by him during his minority.
2. Minor is not liable for the wrongful act when the cause of action in substance is ex contractu. Choose the correct option from below:

– Both 1 and 2 are correct.
– Both 1 and 2 are incorrect.
– Only 1 is correct.
– Only 2 is correct.

Consider the following statements:
1. The Bolitho test relates to medical negligence.
2. The Bolitho test was referred to in Malay Kumar Ganguly v. Sukumar Mukherjee.

– Both 1 and 2 are correct.
– Both 1 and 2 are incorrect.
– 1 is correct but 2 is incorrect.
– 1 is incorrect but 2 is correct.

Savithri, a married Hindu woman died intestate leaving behind her husband and mother. Properties mentioned in Schedule ‘A’ was inherited by her from her father and Schedule ‘B’ property was her self-acquired property. Pick out the correct legal proposition from below:
– Her husband and mother will share equally in both the properties.
– Her husband alone will succeed to both properties.
– Her husband will inherit Schedule ‘B’ property and mother will inherit Schedule ‘A’ property.
– Her mother will alone succeed to both properties.

DU LLM Entrance 2020 - 100 Mock Tests Series - Sample Papers, Previous Papers
  • 12 Previous Eleven years Question Papers, from 2008 to 2019
  • 50 Full Length Mock tests of 100 questions each - from a question bank of 9000 selected MCQs
  • 50 Mini Mock tests of 25 questions each - for quick practice sessions
  • Summarized overview of Important Jurisprudence topics
  • Overview of all Constitutional Amendments
  • Summary list of Important (Recent) Supreme Court Judgments
  • All Tests & Previous Papers are timed and have Negative marking for realistic simulation
  • Questions & Answer Choices randomly shuffled in every attempt for better practice
  • Accessible 24 x 7 via Smart-Phone browsers and Desktops
  • Eighty Three (83) LawMint users were offered seats across various NLUs in CLAT PG 2019 - Including NLSIU, NALSAR & NLU Delhi

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