Himachal Pradesh Judicial Services Exam HP PCS J 2012

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# The Code of Civil Procedure recognises:

# In which of the following suits, the CPC provides for passing of preliminary decree?

# Under Section 2(3) of CPC a decree-holder means:

# Under Section 2(5) of CPC, the conditions must be satisfied to bring a court within the definition of a foreign court:

# Which of the following is not a legal representative under Section 2(11) of the CPC?

# Which provision of CPC defines Mesne profits?

# Under CPC an adjudication of a court which is not a decree, is:

# Which of the following is a basis of the jurisdiction of a court?

# Which of the following suits is of civil nature?

# Which of the following suits is not of civil nature?

# Which Section of the CPC lays down the rule of res sub judice

# The doctrine of res judicaia is based on maxims:

# The doctrine of res judicata is based on:

# The rule of constructive resjudicata is:

# ‘A’ sues ‘B’ for rent. ‘B’ contends that ‘C’ and not ‘A’ is the landlord. A fails to prove his title and the suit is dismissed. A then sues B and C for a declaration of his title to the property. Whether the suit is barred?

# ‘A’ sues for possession of Math property as an heir of Mahant, The suit is dismissed on his failure to produce the succession certificate. ‘A’ files subsequent suit as manager of the Math. Is the suit barred?

# ‘A’ the tenant files a suit for permanent injunction against ‘B’ the landlord for not to be dispossessed except by due process of law pleading that ‘B’ is planning to forcibly dispossess him. During the pendency of above suit, ‘B’ attempts to forcibly disp

# ‘If the writ petition under Article 226 in a High Court is dismissed on the merits (i.e. dismissed inLimine); but because of laches of the party applying for the writ or because it is held that the party had an alternative remedy available to it, then dis

# The rule of constructive res judicata applies to writ proceedings, however does not apply to writ of:

# A foreign judgment is recognized in India, such a recognition is accorded not as an act of courtesy but on consideration of justice, equity and good conscience. This was held in:

# Which Section of the CPC declares that the court shall presume, upon the production of any document purporting to be a certified copy of a foreign judgment, that such judgment was pronounced by a court of competent jurisdiction, unless the contrary a

# ‘Mere production of a Photostat copy of a decree of a foreign court is not sufficient. It is required to be certified by a representative of Central Government in America’ was held by the Supreme Court in:

# Which Section of CPC provides for institution of suits?

# Order 7, Rule 11 provides for:

# Rules as to issue and service of summons in CPC are laid down in:

# The court may also permit service of summons by the plaintiff in addition to service of summons by the court by Order 5, and _____ of CPC.

# A party under CPC may object to answer in interrogatory if it is:

# Issues must be confined to:

# Detailed rules regarding decree are dealt in:

# The principles governing execution of decree and orders in CPC are dealt within:

# The term res gestae is equivalent to facts mentioned in Section 6 of Evidence Act. It implies:

# Which Section of the Evidence Act is called a ‘residuary’ Section dealing with relevancy of facts:

# Which Section of the Evidence Act lays down rules regarding relevant facts when the right or custom is in question?

# ‘When the previous commission by the accused of an offence is relevant, the previous conviction of such person is also a relevant fact.’ It is laid down in Section of Evidence Act.

# The maxim – ‘Nemo moriturous preasuinitur mentire’ is applicable in the Evidence Act to:

# Under which Section of the Evidence Act, an opinion of Experts is relevant?

# In criminal cases, the good character is relevant under which Section of the Evidence Act?

# Hearsay evidence is generally inadmissible. However, in which of the following cases it is admissible?

# Which provision of the Evidence Act relates to admissibility of Electronic Records in evidence?

# Which of the following is not a public document?

# Which of the following is a public document?

# Which provision of the Evidence Act relates to presumption as to documents thirty years old (Ancient documents)?

# Sections 101 to 111 of the Evidence Act lays down provisions regarding who is to lead evidence and prove the case. These rules are called rules relating to:

# Who amongst the following is not a competent witness?

# The Himachal Pradesh Court Act, 1976 received on the 26th May, 1976 the assent of the:

# Which Section of the Himachal Pradesh Courts Act provides that the same person may, if the High Court thinks fit, be appointed to be the District Judge of two or more districts?

# Which provision of the Himachal Pradesh Courts Act, provides for Appeals from District Judges or Additional District Judges?

# Which provision of the Indian Stamp Act describes the instruments which may be stamped with adhesive stamps?

# ‘The liability to pay stamp duty arises before or at the time of the execution of the instrument.’ Which provision of Indian Stamp Act provides it?

# Which Section of the Indian Stamp Act provides penalty for failure to cancel adhesive stamp?

# An agreement which is enforceable by law at the option of one or more of the parties thereto, but not at the option of the other or others is:

# Which of the following is correct under the Indian Contract Act, 1872?

# A and B agrees that A shall pay B1,000 rupees, for which B shall afterwards deliver to a either rice or smuggled opium. Which of the following is correct?

# Section 41 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 deals with:

# A promise to pay wholly or in part a debt of which the creditor might have enforced payment, but for the law for the limitation of suits is a contract:

# Where the debtor has omitted to intimate, and thee are no other circumstances indicating to which debt the payment is to be applied;

# The case Frost v. Knight (1872) LR 7 Ex. 111, related to:

# Which of the following is correct statement?

# Which of the following is correct statement?

# Law of limitation is:

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

# ‘The laws of limitation are a means of ensuring private justice, suppressing fraud and perjury, quickening diligence and preventing oppression.’ The Supreme Court made this observation in:

# Provision for suits, etc. for which the prescribed period is shorter than the period prescribed by the Indian Limitation Act, 1908, is contained in:

# The general rule is that ‘The law of limitation only bars the remedy but does not extinguish the right itself’. The exception to this rule is contained in:

# A suit to redeem or recover possession of immovable property mortgaged can be brought by the mortgagor within a period of:

# If a suit is based on multiple causes of action, the period of limitation will begin to run from:

# An application for setting aside of an arbitration award has to be field:

# In which of the following cases, the nature, scope and object of acknowledgement within the meaning of Section 18 of the Limitation Act, 1963 was relevant before the Apex Court: 2006 SCI 567 1363

# A, a Hindu, during subsistence of first marriage solemnized second marriage without obtaining divorce. Who are not entitled to grant of succession certificate on the death of A?

# In explaining ‘unsound mind’ a ground for seeking divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 in which of the following cases the Supreme Court held ‘a sound mind indisputably is a key to a happy married fife’.

# Which of the following Sections of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, provides that children of a void marriage would be the legitimate children?

# Within the meanings of the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956, which of the following statements is not correct?

# While examining the amplitude of cruelty for the purposes o* the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the Hon’ble Supreme Court, in which of the following cases, laid down broad parameters which may be relevant in dealing with the case of mental cruelty: 2011 SC 114

# A Hindu male can claim maintenance from his wife under: 1955

# The rules regulating ‘the distribution of property among heirs in class I of the schedule’ to the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 are contained in:

# Regard being had to the provisions of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, which of the following statements is nor correct?

# Regard being had to laws relating to Hindu, which of the following is not correct!

# Considering the provisions of the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956, the Surpeme Court in which of the following cases, held that ‘the molher can be considered to be the natural guardian of her minor child even when father is alive’:

# The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 applies to transfer of property:

# Regard being had to the provisions of the Transfer of Property Act, mark, which of the following statements is not correct:

# Rule of feeding the estoppel is contained in:

# Section 65 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 contains provisions relating to:

# A donee which has taken all the properties of the donor and also liable to discharge all the liabilities of the donor is known as:

# The principle ‘Once a mortgage always a mortgage’, a principle based on equity, justice and good conscience, was for the first time evolved in:

# Provisions for ‘determination of lease’ for the purpose of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, are contained in:

# A lets a house to B for five years. B underlets the house to C at a monthly rent of Rs. 100. The five years expire, but C continues in possession of the house and pays the rent to A. Which of the following is correct?

# The provisions of the Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, 1987 do hot apply to:

# Who among the following is not a ‘specified landlord’ for the purposes of the H.P.U.R.C. Act. 1987?

# For the purposes of the H.P.U.R.C. Act, 1987, which of the following statements is not correct?

# Sepcial procedure for the disposal of application for eviction contained in Section 16 of the H.P.U.R.C Act, 1987 is application in a case falling under:

# Under the H.P.U.R.C. Act, 1987, which of the following statements is not correct?

# Under the H.P.U.R.C. Act, 1987, which of the following is not a ground for eviction of the tenant from a non-residential premises?

# Section 19 of the H.P.U.R.C. Act, 1987 provides for:

# No appeal or second appeal lies against an order made by the controller under the H.P.U.R.C. Act, 1987 in accordance with the provisions of:

# Fro the purpose of H.P.U.R.C. Act, 1987, which of the following statements is not correct? ‘

# Where the Rent Controller is satisfied that the application for eviction under the H.P.U.R.C. Act, 1987, was made by the landlord on frivolous or vexatious grounds, he is empowered to inflict the following penalty on the landlord:

# Actusnon facitreum, nis mens sit real implies :

# The punishment prescribed under the IPC for the acts which cause slight harm is:

# A intending to murder 0 by poison, purchases poison and mixes the same in a glass of water. He gives it to the bearer to serve it to ‘B’. The bearer while approaching B loses the balance and glass drops out of his plate. What offence has A committed?

# Section 497 of IPC defines ‘Adultery’ thus: ‘Whoever has sexual intercourse with a person who is and whom he knows or has reason to believe to be the wife of another.’ Here, actus reus relates to:

# The provisions of Section 498A IPC which punish the husband or any of his relative for harrassing the married woman for dowry, were introduced in IPC by:

# Importation of a girl from foreign country into India to force her for sexual intercourse with any other man, is a punishable offence under Section 366B IPC provided the age of girl is:

# Under which of the’ following sections of IPC the word ‘Public Servant’ has been defined?

# What is the maximum period for which a court can award punishment of solitary confinement?

# Under which of the following sections of IPC the death sentence can be commuted without the consent of the offender:

# Buying or disposing of any person as slave is punishable offence under IPC under:

# The offence of theft becomes robbery when it is:

# A, a mentally disturbed person picks out revolver and point towards B and attempted to fire at B. B picks a flower pot and hits A causing grevious hurt to A:

# X’ told his friend ‘V that he was going to shoot down ‘Z’ in the evening. In the evening ‘X’ with a loaded pistol, entered in the street in which ‘Z’ was living shouting ‘come out and he killed.’ ‘Z’ did not come out and ‘X’ went away. Which of the follow

# Which is/are the leading cases on ‘Conspiracy’?

# Right of private defence is nor available:

# The Financial Commissioner may call for the records of any case decided by Excise Commissioner/Excise Officer if in his opinion the final order contains any erroneous decision:

# An excise duty or countervailing duty may be levied on any excisable article under the following section of Punjab Excise Act:

# No lease for manufacturing or selling of any excisable can be granted to any person who is below the age of:

# No Holder of License to sell an intoxicant is permitted to surrender his licence. Unless he has given a notice in writing to the collector. The period of such notice is: No Holder of License to sell an intoxicant is permitted to surrender his licence. Unl

# Who has the power of arrest, seizure and detent on of any person found guilty under Sections 61 and 63 of Punjab Excise Act?

# A demand notice in writing has to be given to the drawer by the payee under Section 138 of ‘The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, after receiving intimation from the Bank of Dishonour of cheque, within the period of:

# Who, of the followings, are not liable for prosecution under Section 141 of The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881?

# No court shall take cognizance of any offence punishable under Section 138 of The Negotiable Instruments Act. 1881 unless complaint is made, from the date of accrual of case of action, within:

# For the purpose of Section 141 of The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 ‘company’ means:

# How many persons representing NGO’s are to be nominated to National Board for Wildlife, by Central Government?

# Under which of the following sections of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. The Central Government has the power to declare area: as sanctuaries or National Parks?

# An appeal from the orders or Central Zoo’ Authority shall lie to:

# Who of the following, has the power to grant licenses for dealing in Trophy and Animal Articles?

# Who has the power to levy duty on timber and other forest produce?

# Under which of the following Sections of Indian Forest Act, a forest court can be constituted?

# Who has the power to make rules to regulate the transit of all timber and other forest produce under the Indian Forest Act?

# Who has the power of ‘seizure’ when a forest offence has been committed as to any ‘forest produce’?

# Any person contravening any rule under the Indian Forest Act, 1927 for the contravention of which, no special penalty is provided shall be punishable with:

# The provisions of ‘Plea-Bargaining’ under Chapter XXI A of Cr.P.C. are not applicable if the offence is committed against a child below the age of:

# An Executive Magistrate is empowered to secure a Security Bond from habitual offenders under Section 110 of Cr.P.C. for a period not exceeding:

# Inherent powers under Section 482 of Cr.P.C. can be exercised by:

# To seek compliance of mainlenance order, an aggrieved party must make an application to the court within the period of:

# Which Section of Cr.P.C. provides for confirmation by the High Court of an order of death sentence passed by Sessions Court prior to its execution?

# Under which of the following chapter of Cr.P.C. provisions for ‘Preventive Action of the Police’ are provided:

# Any person, aggrieved by H refusal on the par! of an officer in charge of a police station, to record the information relating to the commission of a cognizable offence may send the substance of such information, in writing and by post to:

# Which court has the power to grant maintenance to wife, children and parents under Cr.P.C.?

# No Police Officer can investigate a non-¬ cognizable case without the order of:

# Who is authroised under Cr.P.C. to grant a warrant to search for a document, parcel or other thing in the custody of the Postal or Telegraph Authority?

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