Himachal Pradesh Judicial Services Exam HP PCS J 2011

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# The provisions regarding ‘specific perform¬ ance of part of contract’ are contained under the Specific Relief Act, in:

# Section 26 of the Specific Relief Act contains the provision regarding:

# Which Section of the Specific Relief Act deals about ‘contracts not specifically enforceable’?

# The word expression used but not defined in the Specific Relief Act, 1963 have the same meaning as: 1882, it defined in that Act

# Under which provision of the Code of Civil Procedure, the parties can be struck out, added or substituted?

# Which of the following Sections, the provision has been made for settlement of disputes outside the Court through ‘arbitration’, ‘conciliation’, ‘mediation’ and ‘lok adalats’ by the Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1999?

# The essential elements of a decree:

# The provisions relating to the summoning and attendance of witnesses are under:

# The ‘plaint’ should be filed in duplicate’, this rule was inserted by:

# The rule of ‘res-judicata’ is not applicable in the writ of:

# An ‘order’ which is not a ‘Decree’?

# Which Section of the Code of Civil Procedure provides that the objections as to the territorial and pecuniary jurisdiction must be raised at the first opportunity?

# Section 96(4) of the Code of Civil Procedure inserted by the Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 1976, bars:

# A ‘caveat’ lodged under sub-section (1) of Section 148A will remain in force for:

# The doctrine of restitution’ is based upon the maxim:

# Which provision of the Code of Civil Procedure provides that a person may sue or defend on behalf of all in same interest?

# Which provision of the Code of Civil Procedure deals with the consequences of disobedience of an injunction granted by the court?

# The material facts, on which a party relies, are:

# The court do not have inherent power to:

# Section 11 of the Code of Civil Procedure contains:

# The ‘draft bill’ of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 was prepared by:

# The Indian Evidence Act, 1872, does /rotapply to:

# Many rules of ‘Law of Evidence’ are contained in:

# Electronics records produced before the court are:

# Which of the following Sections was not inserted in the Indian Evidence Act by the Information Technology Act, 2000?

# Under the Indian Evidence Act, ‘evidence’ does no/include:

# Appreciation of evidence is a:

# Under the Indian Evidence Act, the evidence may be given in all cases about:

# Which Section of the Indian Evidence Act provides that the admission can be proved by or on behalf of the person who makes admission?

# The constitutionality of which Section of the Indian Evidence Act was challenged in ‘Slate of U.P. v. Deoman Upadhyaya’ for the violation of Article 14 of the Constitution?

# Exceptions to the ‘hearsay rule’ are provided in the Indian Evidence Act under:

# Section 106 of the Indian Evidence Act is based on the principle of:

# Which Section of the Indian Evidence Act is based on the maxim ‘Salus populist sum rema lex’?

# Where the handwriting of a teacher is in question the opinion of his principal may be relevant under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act?

# Admissions are not conclusive proof of (he matters admitted but they may operate as:

# The criteria for ‘res gestae’:

# Under Section 14 of the Himachal Pradesh Court Act, 1976, the High Court may authorize any Civil Judge to take cognizance of proceeding under:

# Under Section 17 of the Himacal Pradesh Court Act, 1976 who is empowered to distribute the civil business?

# Under the Indian Stamp Act, 1839, ‘executed’ and ‘execution’ used with reference to instruments means:

# Under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899, the expenses of providing proper stamp in case of ‘Administration Bonds’ shall be borne by:

# Duty under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899, in the case of ‘conveyance’ is payable by:

# Provisions regarding ‘Adjudication as the proper stamp’ are contained under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 in:

# Who makes rules to carry out generally the purposes of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899?

# Section 72 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 contains the provision regardind:

# All instruments chargeable with duty and executed by any person in India shall be stamped:

# All duties and penalties under the Chapter IV of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 may be recovered by:

# Specific relief under the Specific Relief Act, 1963 can be granted for enforcing:

# An injunction under the Specific Relief Act can be granted lo restrain:

# Under Section 7 of the Specific Relief Act, the recovery of the movable property can be made by: .

# Under Section 15 of the Specific Relief Act, the specific performance of a contract may be obtained by:

# In Modern Hindu Law, Marriage has become:

# Who is not a class I heir under Hindu Succession Act?

# Coparcenary property is known as:

# Under Hindu Marriage Act, ‘Condonation’ applies to the matrimonial offence of:

# Which of the following theories is the outcome of a fundamental shift in the policy discernible from the judicial recognition of the view that the purpose of divorce law was not to punish the guilty but to protect the innocent spouse:

# The Supreme Court has recently held in which I of the following cases, that under certain circumstances, even when the father is alive, mother can act as a natural guardian:

# The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 contains the minimum period of desertion for filing a suit for judicial separation:

# The doctrine of relation back was explained in:

# A Hindu widow could be divested of her property inherited by her from her husband if she:

# Provisions of Section 3 of the Limitation Act, 1963 are:

# The Limitation Act brought into force in:

# Bar of Limitation Act applied to:

# In computing the period of limitation for an appeal:

# Delay in filing the suit: 6 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908

# The Fraud contemplated by Section 17 of the Limitation Act. 1963 is that of:

# Period during which proceedings s!and stayad by an injunction or order is excluded: 1963

# Under Section 25 of the Limitation Act, 1963 the easement rights over the property belonging to the court are acquired by continuous and uninterrupted user:

# Under Section 19 of the Limitation Act, 1963, the part payment extends the period of limitation:

# The period of limitation for a review of the Judgement is:

# The expression ‘appointed day’ for the purpose of the Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, 1987 is:

# The term ‘building’ under the Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, 198, does not include:

# Fair rent of a building or rented land, under the Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, 1987, is determined by the Rent Controller:

# Provisions as to eviction of tenants, under the Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, 1987, are described in:

# Which building are exempted under the Himachal Pradesh Rent Control Act 1987?

# In what cases increase in fair rent is not admissible?

# No person shall convert a residential building into a non-residential building except with the Permission of the:

# Which one of the following is not the ground of eviction of tenant by the landlord? 15 days after UK? expiry of the time fixed in the agreement of tenancy

# Under Section 14(1 ), the following is nof the ground available to the landlord to seek eviction of the tenant:

# The deposit under Section 21 shall not be accompanied by an application by the tenant containing the following particulars:

# Under the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 where a writing is not expressly required by law:

# Spes successions’ means:

# ‘A’ by a settlement deed transfers property to ‘P’ for life, then to ‘S’. ‘S’ dies before ‘P’ dies. On the death ‘P’ the heir of ‘S’ claims the property. Is the claim valid?

# Nemo dat quod non habet (no man can confer a better title than that which he himself has) is an established principle of:

# The doctrine of ‘Lis pendens’ applicable:

# The transfer of right to enjoyment of property for certain time is in consideration of price paid or promised to pay Is called:

# Actionable claims are:

# Section 41 of the Transfer of the Property Act, 1882 applies to voluntary transfer and has no application to:

# In case of usufructuary mortgage, the mortgage is placed in possession and has a right to enjoy the rents and profits:

# In case of Mortgaged lease, if the mortgage obtains a renewal of the lease, the mortgagor upon redemption:

# Which Jurist has said ‘Contract is not joke of leisure time’?

# If a proposal has been accepted subject to certain conditions, then:

# In Carlil v. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. the definition of ‘Wagering Agreement’ was given by:

# Which one of the following Sections of Indian Contract Act provides for the liability for necessary supplied to persons incompetent to contract?

# A and B agree that A shall pay B Rs. 500 for which B shall afterwards deliver to A one quintal wheat or a smuggled pistol. Decide:

# A Guru (Spiritual Advisor) induced the Chela (his devotee) to gift him the whole of his property to secure benefit to his soul in the next world. The gift shall be:

# Which one of the following essentials of contract does not find place in the Indian Contract Act, 1872?

# Which one of the following court is empowered to try the offence relating to dishonour of cheque for insufficiency etc. under the Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881?

# Power of the Court to try cases summarily given under Section:

# Every trial under Section 143 of the Negotiable Instrument Act shall be conducted as expeditiously as possible and an endeavour shall be made to conclude the trial:

# Section 141 of the Negotiable Instrument Act deals with the offences caused by the:

# Court can take cognizance of any offence punishable under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act:

# Which one of the following section provides power to State Government to declare limit of sale by retail and by wholesale of any intoxicant?

# Saving clause of enactments provided under chapter:

# Provision of an Appeal from an original or appellate order of any excise officer is made under:

# No licensed vendor or any person on his behalf shall sell or deliver any liquor to any person who is apparently under:

# Who shall grant of licence for sale of liquor within the District?

# Under the Wildlife Protection Act the term ‘wildlife’ does not includes:

# Who is Chairperson of the National Board for Wildlife under Section 5A of the Wildlife

# Who is empowered to giant a permit, to hunt, by an order, for the purpose of education, and scientific research etc.?

# The Chief Minister of the State is:

# The duty of the State Board [or Wildlife to advice the State Government is given:

# Under which one of the following sections the Central Government may levy a duty on timber or other forest produce?

# Which one of the following sections empower the State Government to reserve forest?

# Formation of village-forest may be assigned by the :

# According to the Indian Forest Act 1927, the term ‘Cattle’ does not include:

# The bar of accrual of forest rights mentioned:

# The Indian Penal Code, 1860 came into enforcement on:

# Who are not exempted from intra-territorial Jurisdiction of the Indian Penal Code?

# Under which one of the following Sections of the Indian Penal Code, the word ‘Offence’ has been defined:

# The principle of criminal liability – -‘actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea’ was developed and adopted by:

# Which one of the following statements is correct?

# Common intention implies:

# Section 84 of the Indian Penal Code is based on the :

# Under which one of the following cases, first lime, the Supreme Court of India, has reaffirmed the distinction between culpable homicide and murder whiling adopting the view suggested in Govind case:

# Section 309 of the Indian Penal Code deserves to be effected from the statute booh to humanize our Penal Laws. It is cruel and irrational provision and it may result in punishing a person again who had suffered agony and would be undergoing ignominy becau

# A is at work with a hatchet; the head flies off and kills a man who is standing by. A has committed:

# A minor girl had left the protection of her father, knowing and having capacity to know the full import of what she was doing voluntarily, joined the accused. Accused allowed the minor to accompany. Accused would be liable for:

# In which set of Sections of the Indian Penal Code even death can be caused in exercise of right to private defence of person and property?

# Which one of the following preparation is not an offence?

# A knows that B is suffering from enlarged liver. Being a doctor, A knows that if he gives a fist blow to B in that region with moderate force, it would result in rupture of B’s liver and is likely to cause his death. Knowing this, A gives B a fist blow wh

# Right of private defence is:

# ‘X’, a doctor, informs his patent ‘YT that he has cancer which is in its last stage. ‘X’ requests ‘V to arrange his family affairs as he cannot survive for more than a couple of weeks. ‘V dies because of shock on hearing this. ‘X’ is:

# A thrusts his hand into the pocket of B to pick the pocket. There is nothing in his pocket. A is:

# X for the purpose of inducing B to desist from prosecuting a civil suit, threatens to burn Y’s house. X is guilty of:

# Abetment of suicide of child is punishable:

# Which one of the following Sections of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 authorises to any Police Officer to arrest any person without an order by a Magistrate and without a warrant?

# Bailable offence means:

# Point out correct statement:

# Permission to investigation into a non- cognizable offence can be granted by the:

# Any Magistrate of the first class may not take cognizance of any offence:

# Which is not content of charge?

# In every trial before a Court of Session, prosecution shall be conducted by:

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