Bihar Judicial Services Exam PCS J 2009

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# The writ of Habeas corpus means

# The writ of Certiorari can be issued against

# Act of State can be questioned and challanged in

# During the operation of Martial Law

# Out of the following which is not a Void Marriage?

# A Hindu female can adopt a male child but, she must be senior to the child by at least

# Hindu Law is not applicable in which of the following cases?

# Marriage with Eunuch is regarded as

# What type of Muslim marriage is which is performed temporarily for enjoyment?

# The Statutory Instruments Act 1946 ensures

# Two important principles of Natural Justice in the British administrative law are

# Which out of the following is not A ground, which allows a guardian to give a child in adoption?

# Which out of the following does not fall within the meaning of the term ‘Avyavaharika’debt?

# The term Ombudsman in English Administrative Law means

# The Crown Proceeding Act was enacted In

# Marriage in Muslim Law

# What is the age of Puberty for a Muslim marriage?

# Marriage by a Muslim with his real sister Is

# In Muslim Law

# Which out of the following is not modern source of Hindu Law?

# The Nature of Marriage of a Impotent Person is

# The highest court in British Constitution is called

# The Fundamental Rights in England are given to citizens by

# Which out of the following is not regarded as ‘Stridhan’ by Shastric Hindu Law?

# The legal status of a mahant of ‘Math’ is

# In which section of Indian Evidence Act, the Plea of Alibi is laid down?

# Under which section of Evidence Act, confession before Police is not admissible

# In which section, doctrine of dying decl aration is found?

# A sues B for Rs.1000 and shows entries in his account book showing B to be indebted to him to this amount. This entry is

# Out of the following which is not a secondary evidence?

# Presumption as to dowry death is laid down in

# Under which section of C.P.C. a notice is required to be given at least two months before filing a suit against a Central or State Government?

# Facts forming part of the same Transaction are known as

# The term Judicial confession means

# No person shall be twice punished for the same offence is incorporated in

# Which out of the following is not a right covered by Art. 21 of the Constitution?

# A person who is appointed to protect the disputed property is known as

# The Arbitration and Conciliation Act was enacted in

# Section 482 Cr.P.C. deals with

# By which amendment, the words Secular and Socialist were included in the preamble?

# In which section of Indian Evidence Act, opinion of third person is relevant?

# In criminal proceedings, the fact that the person accused is of good character is relevant according to

# In civil proceedings, ordinarily a civil judge is required to deliver judgements within ninety days of the conclusion of hearing, this was proposed by

# Under which article of the Constitution Parliament can create a new state?

# Which out of the following is not covered under ‘State’ of Article 12 of the Constitution?

# Who out of the following cannot be appointed as arbitrator?

# Under which section of Cr.P.C. a Police Officer can release an accused on bail in non-bailable case?

# From which date Civil Procedure Code 1908, became operative?

# Under which section of Cr.P.C. a Magistrate can arrest a person?

# Who will be Guardian of a minor under Muslim Law?

# The Guardian who does not possess the right of transfer of property of a minor

# The term actionable claim does not include any one of the following:

# Which out of the following does not constitute exception to the rule against perpetuity?

# What is the meaning of the maxim equity acts in personam?

# Who gave the following comment? ‘Trust is the very centre and kernel of Equity’

# Under which section of the Trust Act, 1882 the definition of the breach of trust is provided?

# As a general rule what is the liability of a trustee for brench of trust by co-trustee?

# Which out of the following is not a kind of mortgage?

# Which out of the following does not constitute agricultural lease?

# When is Iddat observed (or three months

# Talaq which cannot be revoked after pronouncement, is called

# Who has no right of maintenance?

# Which out of the following is not immovable property according toT.P. Act, 1882?

# A gift of immovable property can be given

# Out of the following, which is a actionable claim?

# The Law regarding transfer by ostensible owner is laid down in

# The literary meaning of Lis Pendens is

# The term ces-tui-que trust was used by

# Who out of the following cannot create a trust?

# Which section of T.P. Act bars fraudulent transfer?

# ‘Equity had come not to destroy the Law but fulfill it’ – who said this?

# The meaning of the maxim ‘Equality is Equity’ Is

# The doctrine of part performance is based on

# A buys from B an original paintings of Piccasso. B refuses to honour his promise. On what ground, A can specifically enforce the contract?

# A enters into contract with B to marry her. Can this contract be specifically enforced?

# The case related to minors agreement is void abinitio is

# The consent obtained by threatening to commit suicide amounts to consent by

# The law relating to the payment of damages is based on the leading English case of

# In case of breach of contract which of the following remedy is available to the aggrieved party?

# The meaning of the maxim UBI-JUS-IBI Remediam is

# Which out of the following persons is an exception who cannot sue for tort?

# In the wrong of negligence there is breach of

# Objective theory of negligence was given by

# The delivery of goods by one person to another for some specific purpose is known as

# Tort is a special branch of Law which originated in

# The remedy in case of tort is

# Gloucestour Grammer School case is about

# A void contract is one which is

# A voidable contract is one which

# Where the consent of both the parties is given by mistake, the contract is

# A agrees to sell his car to B at a price which B may be able to pay. This agreement is

# Which out of the following cannot be used as defences in an action for tort?

# Vidyawatr v. State of Rajasthan is a case Law relating to

# A person who supplies ‘Necessaries’ to a minor is entitled to be reimbursed from the property of the minor on the basis ol a

# On the valid performance of the contractual obligations by the parties, the contract

# The case of Reyland v. Fletcher has laid down the principle of

# As a general rule, an agreement made without consideration is

# A agrees to sell his scooter worth Rs. 10,0007- to B for Rs. 5000/- only and as consent was obtained by coercion. Here the agreement is

# A general procedure for alteration of articles of association which has the effect of converting a public company into a private company is by passing

# The power to order rectification of register of members vests in the

# The case of Abranth v. North Eastern Rly. Co. is about

# Which out of the following does not constitute an exception to the rule in Ryland v. Fletcher?

# The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 deals with the

# Which of the following is not an essential feature of partnership?

# A Dormant partner is one who is

# A person who receives a negotiable instrument in good faith and for valuable consideration is known as

# All Cheques are Bills of Exchange, but all Bills of Exchange are not Cheques

# The case of Ratlam Municipality v. Virdhichand is related to

# Kasturilal v. State of U.P. is related to

# A company in which 51 % or more shares are held by the Govt. is called

# The capital with which the company is registered is called the

# Section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act deals with

# Which of the following is not an implied condition in a contract of sale?

# The unpaid seller can exercise his right of stoppage of goods in transit where the buyer

# The registration of partnership firm with the Registrar of Companies is

# Which of the following is not the right of 3 partner?

# Which of the following is notthecharcteristic of a Public Company?

# The meaning of the term Caveat Emptor is

# The unpaid seller can exercise his right of lien over the goods for

# The Negotiable Instruments Act makes specific mention of three instruments, namely Cheque, Bill of exchange and

# On which of the following grounds a partner may apply to the court for dissolution of the firm?

# As a guardian of the Govt. of India Act, 1935 a court was constituted which was called

# The Mountbaten plan led to the enactment of

# Delegatus non Potest Delagare means

# The doctrine of separation of powers in the context of English constitution is not fully applicable because

# The case of Unnikrishnan v. State of Andhra Pradesh deals with which of the following rights?

# Under which article of the Constitution a distinguished jurist can be appointed a Judge of Supreme Court?

# The case of State of Bihar v. Kameshwar Singh is related with which of the following doctrines?

# Entry 97 of Union list of the Constitution deals with

# Article 312 of the Constitution is related to

# Under the Govt. of India’s Act 1935, how many Governors provinces and Chief Commissioners provinces constituted in British India?

# The Acts of 1911 and 1948 has made

# The nature of power of Parliament to punish any person for breach of its privilege is

# Article 301 of the Constitution is related to

# Under which article of the Constitution, a State can impose tax on Inter- State trade with the prior approval of the President?

# Writ of Quo Warranto is related with

# Which out of the following does not constitute basic structure of the Constitution?

# The doctrine of rule of law in England means

# The doctrine of rule of law in British constitution was propounded by

# The provision relating to the Federal Structure can be amended by Parliament

# Article 300 of the Constitution deals with

# Article 329 of the Constitution deals with

# The customs, usages and traditions in British constitution are known as

# The two Houses of British Parliament are

# Automobiles Ltd. v. State of Rajasthan is a case related to

# The Concurrent list of the Constitution has

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