Bihar Assistant Prosecution Officer Exam APO 2013

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# Under Section 20 of the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, a Hindu is bound during his/her lifetime to maintain

# Remedies under Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 and Section 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code are

# After the death of the husband, a Muslim wife can retain possession over her husband’s property until dower is paid. This is her right of

# According to Sunni Law, the chief sources of Muslim Law are:

# The Muslim Women [Protection of Rights on Divorce] Act was enacted in

# If a Muslim minor has been contracted in marriage in his minority by a guardian, such a person has a right on attaining majority to repudiate the marriage. This is known in Muslim Law as

# A contract of marriage between A and B is made in joke and without any specific intention. Such marriage is valid under

# If A makes a Hiba of certain property to B with a condition that B shall not transfer the property, then

# After deciaration of Wakf, the property becomes vested in

# A Muslim woman deserted by her husband without divorce is entitled to maintenance under Section 125 of the Criminal Procedure Code’ has been declared by the Supreme Court in the case of

# Ijma’ as a source of Muslim Law means

# In which of the following cases the Supreme Court has held that marriages of all persons who are citizen of India belonging to various religions should be made compulsorily registrable in their respective States?

# Which one of the following is primary source of equity?

# In the confilct between equity on one hand and the text of law on the other, the court shall

# Equality means

# Statutory recognition of the principles os equity is not found in the

# The concept of trust originated in

# Who among the following cannot become beneficiary?

# Which one of the following can create trust?

# Rights of beneficiaries are provided under

# Which one of the following is not necessary for the creation of trust?

# An injunction granted during the pendency of a suit under Section 37 of the Specific Relief Act is known as

# Which of the following is true of temporary injunction?

# Jurisdiction of the court to enforce specific performance of a contract is

# Which one of the following is not an immovable property?

# Before the commencement of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, the transfer of immovable property in India was governed by the

# Under the provisions of the Transfer of property Act, the unborn child accuires vested interest

# The foundation of doctrine of election under the Transfer of Property Act is that a person taking the benefit of any instrument

# Within the meaning of Section 54 of the Transfer of Property Act, the ‘sale’ does not include

# In case of gift if the donee dies before the acceptance, then the

# Where a gift is made of a property, which is not in existence, which is the following Sections of the Transfer of Property Act declares it void?

# Consider the following statements regarding the distinction between lease and licence:

# In India, the law of tort is

# In which of the following situations slander is actionable per se?

# Which of the following is a ground for rejection of a defence of fair comment in a tort of defamation?

# Which of the following is a correct definition of trespass to land?

# An action in tort would not lie unless there is violation of right of somebody even if damages have been caused. This is expressed by

# Reasonable forsight as test to determine remoteness of damage’ was laid down in

# For a person to succeed in a suit for malicious prosecution, which of the following factors must be proved?

# The plaintiff, a lady, visits to a restaurant, was injured by the ceiling fan which fell on her. The reason for the faling of the fan was latent defect in the metal of the rod of the fan. In an action against the defendant, he is

# Tort of conspiracy occurs where

# The main supporter of the theory, that it is ‘Law of Tort’ and not ‘Law of Tort’ is

# Assertion (A): X, a journalist, writes an article containing defamatory matter about the public life of a doctor. X when sued, will not be liable.

# The management of a school has given instruction of the driver of its vehicle not to allow any unauthorized person to board the vehicle. A similar information was pasted on the vehicle itself stated that no unauthorized person was permitted to travel in t

# Which of the following sets of defences available in an action for defamation?

# Consider the following statements:

# An agreement without consideration is

# Which of the following cases is related to ‘doctrine of frustration’?

# A sells by auction to B a horse which A knows to be unsound. A says nothing to B about the horse’s unsoundness. This is

# Section 70 of the Indian Contract Act does not apply in case of

# ‘No one is allowed to enrich himself at the expense of another.’ This principle is known as

# A threat to commit suicide in performance of the contract amounts to

# Which one of the following statements is not correct?

# A sees that the child of B is drowning in the water. A saves the child from drowning in the water. B promises to give him Rs. 25,000. In this context, which one of the following propositions is correct?

# The correct sequence in formation of contract is

# Acceptance sent through post

# Illegality renders a contract

# A agrees to pay B, a teacher, Rs. 15,000 if B passed his son in the examination. B does so but A refuses to pay the money. In this case, which one of the following gives the correct legal postion of the agreement?

# The display of articles in a showroom indicating their prices amounts to

# A, a jewellery wholesaler, leaves some jewellery at B’s jewellery shop by mistake. B treats the jewellery as his own. Which one of the following remedies is available to A?

# When the damages cannot be assessed, the party may be awarded by the court

# Which of the following is true about an incorporated company?

# Articles of Association are not to be registered in case of

# The proper authority for convening a General Meeting of a company is the

# The minimum number of the members for a private company and for a public company arerespectively

# Under Section 2(b) of the Indian Partnership Act, ‘business’ includes

# The historic case laying down the test for determining the existence of partnership is

# Where a partnership firm is constituted for a fixed period and after the expiration of that term the firm continues to carry on business without any agreement

# General duties of partners have been laid down is

# Goodwill’ of the partnership business is the property of partnership under

# The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 came into force on

# If a minor draws, indorses, delivers or negotiates an instrument, such instrument binds

# Crossing of cheque affects the

# For the purpose of attracting the provisions of Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, a cheque has to be presented to the bank within a period of

# The term ‘cheque’ in the electronic form is defined in the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 under

# The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 came into force on

# Section 9 of the Sale of Goods Act, 1930 provides for

# The rule in the Latin maxim nemo dat quod not habet under the Sale of Goods Act is contained in

# How many Sections and Chapters are there in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872?

# Facts alleged by one party and denied by the other in a case are termed as

# The facts which form part of same transaction are relevant under

# A,who is unable to speak by birth, gives his testimony by writing in open Court. Evidence so given is treated under the Indian Evidence Act as

# An expert is competent to testify on which of the following?

# A woman is raped and makes statement that A raped her. Two days later she commits suicide. Her statement regarding rape is

# What is the meaning of ‘tribal areas’ for the purpose of Section 1 of the Criminal Procedure Code?

# The police officer shall bring an arrested person before the court without any delay. This is the mandate of

# Who among the following can tender pardon to accomplice under Section 306 of the Criminal Procedure Code?

# In which of the following circumstances Magistrate has power to convert summon cases into warrant cases?

# Examination of person accused of rape by medical practitioner is inserted in the Criminal Procedure Code by the amendment of

# Doctrine of res judicata as contained in Section 11 of the Civil Procedure Code is based on the maxim

# ‘Intepleader suit’, has been defined under which of the following Sections of the Civil Procedure Code?

# Which of the following Sections of the Civil Procedure Code prohibits arrest or detention of women in the execution of a decree for money?

# In which of the following cases, it was held that ‘inherent power has not been conferred on a court, it is a power inherent in a court’?

# A decree becomes final,when

# The Arbitration and Concillation Act, 1996 has replaced the

# Which of the following disputes can be adjudicated upon through arbitration?

# An arbitrator is not bound to follow which of the following enactments?

# If there is no agreement between the parties to an arbitration proceeding in resepct of number of arbitrators, there shall be

# The number of Fundamental Duties unde the Indian Constitution is

# The President of India is elected by

# How many members of the Anglo-Indian community can be nominated by the president in the Lok Sabha?

# Assertion (A): The Constitution vests the executive powers of the Union in the President of India.

# The Parliament has powr to legislate with respect to a matter in the State List provided it is in the

# The Consititution of India, as framed by the Constituent Assembly, was finally adopted and enacted on

# Right to Privacy’ as a Fundamental Right is implicit in

# In which of the following cases, the Supreme Court held that ‘strike by lawyer is illegal and unethical, and it infringes Fundamental Rights of litigants for speedy trial?

# Which one of the following is not a Fundamental Duty under Article 51A of the Constitution of India?

# The term ‘Economic Justice’ in the Preamble to the Constitution of India is a resolution for

# When the Chief Justice of India is appointed by the President, he is required to consult with

# Though the Directive Principles of State Policy contained in the Constitution are not enforceable by any court, yet they are

# Power of the President to promulgate ordinances during the recess of the Parliament is discussed in the Constitution vide

# Article 39A of the Indian Constitution relates to

# Consider the following statements:

# Assertion (A): The Supreme Court is a court of record.

# Right to Freedom of Religion cannot be restricted on the ground of

# A corporation is ‘State’ for the purpose of enforcement of Fundamental Rights, if

# Which of the following writs may be issued in case a public servant ultra vires the authority?

# Which of the following cases is in connection with parliamentary privileges?

# A non-legislator can remain a Minister

# Which of the following determines the federal character of the Indian Constitution?

# Public Interest Litigations are entertained by the Supreme Court under

# Disputes between the States in India come to the Supreme Court under

# Under which one of the following Articles of the Constitution an accused person has been guaranteed the right to be informed of the nature and cause of accusation?

# Which of the following items comes under the Concurrent List?

# Article 246 of the Indian Constitution deals with

# Which of the following in India is empowered to admit into the Union or establish new State?

# Assertion (A): Dr. Ambedkar described Article 32 as the very soul of the Constitution.

# Which of the following Articles of the Constitution provides for the appointment of an ‘Acting Chief Justice’ of the Supreme Court?

# A retired Judge of the High Court cannot

# Which of the following Articles of the Constitution gives the Governor the power to grant pardon in certain cases?

# The voting age has been reduced from 21 years to 18 years by the Parliament in the year

# Which of the following Assemblies is presided over by a nonmember?

# What is the minimum gap permissible between two Sessions of the Parliament?

# The Attorney-General of India holds office during the pleasure of the

# Which of the following is not ‘State’ for the purpose of Article 12 of the Constitution?

# Consider the following statements:

# Which one of the following marriages is valid under Hindu Law?

# One person is said to be an agnate of another,if

# Under Section 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, the number of grounds for divorce, which are common to husband or wife, is

# A Hindu wife may claim maintenance from her husband on which of the following grounds?

# During the pendency of appeal against the decree of divorce

# Which one of the following was the first case, wherein the Supreme Court made recommendation to make irretrievable breakdown of marriage as a ground for divorce?

# A groom of 22 years of age marries a bribe of 15 years of age. The Marriage under Hindu Law is

# Premarital relation of spouse is a statutory ground for

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Bihar Assistant Prosecution Officer Exam APO 2013