Andhra Pradesh Judicial Services Exam AP PCSJ 2011

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# Under which provision of the C.P.C, is a suit to set aside a decree on the ground of lack of territorial jurisdiction barred?

# Attachment before judgement in a suit dismissed for default/non-prosecution revives automatically on the restoration of a suit –

# Which final judgement, order or decree of a Competent Court, among the following is a judgement in rem?

# In civil proceedings where a decree is silent as regards future interest; future interest shall be deemed to have been refused and a separate suit shall not lie –

# A transfer of immovable pro-perty made with the intent to defeat or delay the creditors of the transferor shall be –

# Right to redeem a mortgage can be enforced by following –

# An easement is extinguished –

# An instrument stating / promise to pay the bearer the sum of rupees five hundred guaranteed by the Central Government and signed by the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India is –

# Aditya threatens to publish defamatory statement concerning Anand, unless he is given money. What is the offence committed by Aditya?

# Which one of the following is correct?

# A gives B a receipt for money paid by B. Oral evidence is offered to prove the non-payment-

# The right of the villagers of a particular village to use the water of a particular well is a general custom or right within the meaning of one of the following Sections of the Indian Evidence Act –

# The good faith of a sale by a client to an attorney is in question in a suit brought by the client –

# In a suit for recovery of possession by the Government who will sign the plaint?

# After completion of the trial, the judge pronounced the judgement but did not sign the decree and he is transferred. Then –

# In a suit for recovery of money based under mortgage interest is awarded to the plaintiff –

# A proposes, by letter sent by post, to sell his house to B. The proposal of A is accepted by B by letter sent by post. When can A revoke his proposal?

# Ramaiah and Laxmaiah jointly owe Rs. 10,000 to Sattaiah, Ramaiah pays the amount to Sattaiah. Laxmaiah not knowing this fact again pays Rs. 10,000 to Sattaiah. In law he is bound to repay the ‘ amount to Laxmaiah. Which provision of India Contract Act 187

# In a suit for specific performance of agreement of sale of immovable property, the plaintiff must aver and prove the following –

# Saroja was granted government land. She was dispossessed with-out her consent. She instituted suit against the government under Section 6 of Specific Relief Act 1963, for recovering possession of the property. The court rejected the plaint under Order VII

# An universal donee gets –

# When proper Court fees is not paid by the plaintiff, the Court shall –

# The following two documents require attestation and registration –

# A petition for review of judgement would lie only when –

# Representative Suit under Order 1 Rule 8 of CPC may be permitted by the Court when –

# In a suit for payment of money, the Court may pass installment decree –

# The expression spes succession is means –

# What is the limitation for filing a suit for recovery of arrears of rent?

# Can the right of free passage of air over an open space or ground be acquired by prescription?

# One of the following is not a ground for divorce, under Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955?

# If a right to sue survives, will the suit be abated by a party’s death?

# Under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005, one of the following reliefs cannot be claimed, by a woman –

# A judgement contains –

# Quantum meruit’ means –

# A contract of life insurance falls under the category of –

# A woman with an intention of committing suicide by throwing herself in a well, actually ran towards it. but changed her mind on the way and returned home, Her act constitutes – 511 I.P.C.

# A died leaving behind him, son’s daughter’s son, son’s daughter’s daughter, daughter’s son’s son. and daughter’s son’s daughter. The property of A will devolve upon –

# Who is guardian at litem?

# What is the distinction between injunction order and attachment order?

# Question that can be determined by the Court executing the decree is –

# Section 89 of the Code of Civil Procedure relates to –

# What is the meaning of restitution? (Section 144 C.P.C) –

# If no time is prescribed in the order for carrying out amendment, what is the period within which amendment is to be carried out under Order 6 Rule 18 of the Civil I Procedure Code?

# Assistant Sessions Judge is, empowered to pass sentence of imprisonment for a term not exceeding –

# What is enunciated in Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act?

# The proposition of law laid down in Thufasamma v. Seshareddy (AIR 1977 SC 1944) relates to-,

# To constitute adverse possession, possession must be –

# Under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 in the case of intestate’ succession of a male Hindu father is –

# For a suit for possession of immovable properly based on title, period of limitation is –

# Formal expression of an adjudication which, so far as records the court expressing it, con-clusively determines rights of the parties,

# A robbery becomes dacoity –

# Private alienation of property after attachment of the same is –

# Which document requires stamp duty?

# Where a document is deficitly stamped and unregistered?

# X’ sells to ‘V property belonging to ‘Z’ Subsequently ‘Z1 dies and the property devolves on ‘X’. By which doctrine the said sale is valid –

# The following contract cannot be specifically enforced –

# X’ obtains money decree against ‘Y’. In execution of the money decree, ‘X’ attaches moneys belonging to ‘f lying with ‘Z’. Then ‘Z’ is called –

# In what branch of, law does the principle ‘res ipsa loquitor’ applies?

# Can a suit be laid after with-drawal of the same?

# Supplemental and incidental proceedings are stated in –

# Perpetual injunctions are governed by –

# A building fetching a rent of Rs. 2000 and situated in municipal corporation area is governed by-

# Whether a Junior Civil Judge’s Court on its own or suo motu direct addition of a party whom it considers a necessary party to a suit?

# If a woman, who has inherited properly from her mother, dies without children, then such property devolves on?

# ‘A’ promises ‘B’ a job in government service and ‘B’ promises to pay? 10,000 for it. The agreement is –

# In the case of a breach of contract to sell immovable property the Court shall draw a presumption that –

# Suppose if a Court of Senior Civil Judge tries a suit which is triable by the Court of Junior Civil Judge. Is the decree –

# When and in what circumstances a Judicial Magistrate of First Class can add a person as accused in a criminal case?

# ‘A’ purchases stamp paper worth Rs. 10,000 for obtaining sale deed and then dies. Whether ‘B’ who is the son of ‘A’ can use that stamp paper for obtaining sale deed in his name?

# Whether a court can dismiss an appeal on the ground of the Limitation Act even if limitation is not pleaded as a ground?

# A First Information Report means –

# The Court may presume that a man who is in possession of marked currency notes soon after the theft, is either the thief, or has received the currency notes knowing them to be stolen, unless he can account for his possession –

# Which provision requires that evidence must be taken in the presence of the accused?

# A police report under Section 173(2) of Cr. P.C. must contain the particulars such as –

# For taking cognizance of an offence committed by a public servant while acting in the discharge of his official duty, the essential requisite is –

# Sections 451 and 452 of Cr.P.C. essentially deal with disposal of property by the Criminal Court. The basic difference between the two Is –

# Under Cr.P.C. the period of limitation shall commence –

# What is not true with regard to ‘Complaint’ under Section 2 of Cr. P.C.?

# In a criminal proceedings, the standard of proof that is required for finding the accused guilty of an offence, so as to convict him for the said offence is –

# Under Section 482 Cr.P.C, the High Court exercises –

# Which of the following is correct?

# What is the sentence of imprisonment provided for the offence under Section’ 354 of I.P.C., in the Slate of Andhra Pradesh?

# What is the maximum sentence of imprisonment that can be imposed in default of payment of fine?

# What is the distinction between Sections 161 and 164 of Cr.P.C.?

# ‘A’ is arrested and detained in custody on an accusation for the offence punishable with imprisonment for life. He is entitled to statutory bail as provided under sub-section (2) of Section 167 of Cr.P.C. after expiry of –

# What is primary object of inquest report under Section 174 of Cr.P.C?

# What is the meaning of payment of cheque crossed specially?

# What is the essential ingredient of promissory estoppel?

# Presumption under Section 139 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is in respect of –

# Can anticipatory bail be granted in respect of bailable offences, and if so in what circumstances?

# When can charges be framed?

# As per IPC a document whereby any legal right is created, extended, restricted or released, is –

# Who is the person competent to compound an offence of criminal trespass under Section 320 CrPC?

# Does a wilt deed require stamp duty and registration for its validity?

# Pecuniary jurisdiction of civil court is specified in – 1956

# Whether an unstamped promissory note can be admitted in evidence after collection of stamp duty and penalty?

# Circumstantial evidence is –

# Under the Indian Penal Code, a person is defined as –

# What is the meaning of retracted confession?

# Definition of ‘wrongful gain’ is as follows –

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