Himachal Pradesh Judicial Services Exam I HP PCS J 2007

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# The Relief by way of mandatory injunction is:

# Himachal Pradesh Courts Act was passed in the year:

# In which year the Indian Stamp Act passed:

# The Indian Stamp Act provides for:

# Under the Indian Stamp Act, stamps are of:

# Duty under the Indian Stamp Act in case of policy of insurance other than fire insurance is payable by:

# A penalty for failure to cancel adhesive stamps may extend to:

# Under the Indian Stamp Act any instrument brought before an officer in charge of a public except officer of police and is chargeable to duty may be impounded by such officer if:

# The trial for any offence committed under the Indian Stamp Act may be held:

# The power of collector under the Indian Stamp Act to refund penalty paid is contained in:

# A decree holder

# Which of the following is not a right of civil nature:

# Section 10 can come into operation:

# A decision on issue of law:

# On production of a certified copy of the foreign judgment, the presumption as to the competency of the court, under section 14 of CPC is a:

# Agreement between the parties to institute the suit relating to dispute in a particular court:

# Under section 100A of the CPC, where any appeal from an original or appellate decree or order is head and decided by a single judge of a High Court:

# A suit filled in representative capacity can be withdrawn, compromise and abandoned etc. by the plaintiff:

# Which of the following must be stated in the pleadings:

# Remedies available against an ex-parts decree include:

# Where a decree is silent as regards future interest:

# A decree for execution cannot be sent to a:

# Who can be arrested in execution of a decree:

# Which of the following properties cannot be attached in execution of a decree:

# Liberty to institute a fresh suit in respect of the same subject matter, at the time of withdrawal of the suit is given:

# In case the application for permission to sue as pauper is rejected, the suit is deemed to haven instituted, under Order 33, Rule 15A of CPC:

# Relevancy and admissibillity under the Indian Evidence Act are:

# Law of evidence is:

# Question of mode of proof is:

# Propositions under Evidence Act are:

(I) Statement is a genus, admission is a species & confession is a sub species

(II) Statement & admission are species & confession is a sub species

(III) Statement & admission are genus & confession is a species

# A retracted confession:

# Confession of a co-accused, not required to be an oath and cannot be tested by cross examination

(I) Is no evidence within the meaning of Section 3 of Evidence Act and cannot be the foundation of a conviction

(II) The only limited use which can be made  of a confession of a co-accused is by way of furnishing an additional reason for believing such other evidences as exists

(III) It is very weak type of evidence and is much weaker even than the evidence of an approver.  In the aforesaid propositions:

# A dying declaration:

# Secondary evidence is admissible:

# Burden of proof:

# In case a child is born within 280 days of dissolution of marriage, the mother remaining unmarried the presumption of legitimacy of child under section 112 of Evidence Act arises:

# Estoppel:

# Testimony of an accomplice before it is accepted and acted upon:

# During re-examination of a witness:

# During examination in chief or re-examination:

# The right to cross-examine on an answer to court question is available:

# Though the contempt proceedings are judicial proceedings, the strict rules of evidence contained in the Evidence Act do not apply to proceedings under the Contempt of Courts Act because:

# Specific Relief Act is:

# A suit for recovery of possession under section 6 cannot be filed against:

# The question of title is:

# Relief of rescission is granted in cases:

# Injunctions cannot be granted in a suit:

# In cases of specific performance of a contract, the rights of the parties are governed by the principles of:

# Rise in value since agreement is:

# A mandatory injunction is:

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

# Coparcenary property is known as:

# The alienation of property without the permission of High Court is:

# The Indian Contract Act was enacted in the year:

# ‘A’ enters into a contract with ‘B’ to duty his colour T.V., provided be obtains bank loan. This contract is called:

# Mohoribibi v. Dharmodas Ghose is a case relating to:

# A consent is said to be free when it is not caused by:

# Under Section 6 of the Indian Contract Act, a ‘proposal’ may be revoked:

# When the communication of a proposal is complete:

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

# The contract of uberrimae fidel means:

# In order to render a contract void on the ground of mistake, mistake may be:

# The term consensus ad idem means:

# P’ an advocate was engaged by ‘Q’ for a fee of Rs. 2,000/- to argue his appeal in the High Court. On the day of hearing Q agreed to pay him an additional sum of Rs. 10,000/- if he argues the case well:

# ‘A’ a wholesale dealer in rice, enters into an agreement with ‘B’ that he would not sell rice beyond a radius of one mile of his godown:

# Ex nudo pacto non oritur actio, means:

# ‘A’ contracts to pay ‘B’ a certain sum of money when ‘B’ marries ‘C’. ‘C’ dies without being married to ‘B’.

# AB and C jointly promise to pay ‘D’ a sum of Rs. 3,000. A&B are untraceable. Is C’s is liable to pay?:

# Who can demand performance of the promise:

# A notice in the Newspapers inviting tenders is:

# Spes successionis’ means:

# Rule against perpetuity is a:

# ‘A’ by a settlement deed transfers property to ‘P’ for life, then to ‘S’. ‘S’ dies before ‘P’ dies. On the death of ‘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 ‘Lispendens’ applicable:

# The doctrine of subrogation enables:

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

# Two persons mutually transfer the ownership of one thing for the ownership of another for no consideration, the transaction is called:

# Actionable claims are:

# Transfer of property means:

# The Limitation Act brought into force in:

# Bar of Limitation act applies to:

# In computing the period of limitation for an appeal:

# Effect of death on or before the accrual of the right to sue:

# After the institution of a suit, a new defended is substituted. The suit is deemed to have been instituted as regards him:

# Period of limitation to recover of money is:

# Period of limitation to recover possession from a tenant begins when:

# Ground for condonation of delay:

# Limitation Act applies to:

# Ground for legal disabillity are:

# Which of the following is not a prerequisite for a valid marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1956:

# T. Sareetha v. Venkatashbbaiah is a case realting to:

# Which of the following is not a source of Modern Hindu Law:

# Interim Maintenance claimed by Husband/Wife during pendency of matrimonial proceedings is called as:

# Which of the following prerequisite is not a ground for judicial separation of a Marriage:

# A Hindu wife is not entitled for separate residence and maintenance if she:

# Which section of the Hindu Marriage Act deals with Alimony:

# Application for maintenance can be made to:

# A degree of dissolution of marriage under Indian Divorce Act passed by District Judge requires confirmation of:

# Section 22 of Hindu Marriage Act provides for:

# The offence under section 138 of the Negotiable instrument Act, 1881 is to be tried by:

# Who is entitled to make a complanit for taking cognizance of the offence under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881?

# The complaint for taking cognizance of the offence under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 has to be made:

# Who as the drawer of a cheque can be prosecuted for non-payment of the cheque due to indufficient funds under section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881:

# The subject of ‘Forests’ was transferred from State List (List II) to the Concurrent List (List III) of the Seventh Schedule of the constitution of India by:

# The Wild Life Protection Act was enacted in:

# Wildlife refers to:

# Animals and plants are best protected in:

# Which of the following bird has gained importance as wildlife in recent year:

# Many wild animals are on the verge of extinction due to:

# Which one is not an essential ingredient of a crime?

# Unlawful Assembly’ has been defined in the Indian Penal Code, 1860 under:

# In a dark night ‘A’ and ‘B’ were fighting. B’s wife keeping her child on her shoulder reached there for separating them. In the meaning A’s fist fell on the back of the child and the child died. ‘A’ is liable for:

# ‘A’ placed a bomb in a medical store and gave the people inside three minutes time to get out before the bomb exploded. ‘B’ an arthritic patient, failed to escape and wa killed. ‘A’ is liable for:

# Which one is not necessary in the offence of kidnapping under India penal code?

# ‘A’ keeps a loaded pistol with him to kill ‘B’ if ‘B’ resists ‘A’ in committing theft of the property under his possession. ‘A’ is liable under:

# ‘A’ abets ‘B’ to beat ‘C’. Subsequently ‘A’ reaches the place where ‘B’ is beating ‘C’. ‘A’ is liable under:

# ‘A’ removes ‘B’s book from his house without his consent with the intention to return it to him if he as a friend rewards him for the returt ‘A’ is liable for:

# ‘A’ pretends to ‘B’, a person who has been deceased. ‘A’ is liable to be punished under:

# In exercise of the right of private defence death cannot be caused in the case of:

# ‘A’ finds a purse with money, not knowing to whom it belongs; he afterwards discovers that it belongs to ‘B’, and appropriates to his own use. ‘A’ is guilty of:

# ‘A’ puts his hand in the pocket of ‘B’ for stealing money, but the pocket was empty. ‘A’ is:

# A bull which is dedicated to an old idol in a temple is caught by ‘B’ and put to work in his garden. ‘B’ is:

# ‘A’ a police officer obtains a sum of Rs. 10,000/- from ‘B’ by putting him under the fear that he will immediately be put into prison and will not be released for months, the police officer is guilty of:

# ‘A’ instigates ‘B’ to murder ‘C’. ‘B’ refuses to do so. ‘A’ is guilty of:

# Which one of the following cases is related to the offence of rape?

# A child is considered to be doll-capax, when he is:

# Insanity is:

# ‘A’ fired a shot from his pistol at ‘B’ but it his ‘C’ and ‘C’ died. The offend committed by ‘A’ is:

# ‘A’ entered the room of a girl ‘B’ aged about eight months who was sleeping and injured her private part. In this case ‘A’ has committed:

# The legal maxim ‘de minimis-non-curat-lex’ means:

# ‘A’ allows an illegal marriage to be solemnized by ‘B’ a priest in his house. Here:

# The abetment of abetment is an offence. It can be directly deducible from:

# A woman ran to a well stating that she would lump into the well but she was caught before she could reach it. She is guilty of:

# ‘A’ with guilty intention abets ‘P’ a child of six years to commit theft in ‘B’s house. The act is not committed. Here ‘A’ is:

# The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 came into force on:

# The main characteristic of the new Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 is:

# In a cognizable offence a police officer:

# Who amongst the following is not entitled for maintenance under Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973?

# Provision regarding anticipatory bail is given in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 under:

# Which one of the following sections of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 deals with the provision that no appeal lies in petty cases?

# Which section of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 empowers High Court to confirm a sentence of death passed by a Court of Session?

# Which section of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 deals with the inherent powers of the High Court?

# Where, in a trial before the Court of Session, the accused is not represented a pleader, and where it appears to the court that the accused has not sufficient means to engage a pleader, the court shall assign a pleader for his defence at expense of the State in the code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 under:

# Which section of the Code of Criminal Procedure,1973 deals with the power of Sessions Judge to transfer cases and appeals?

# In the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Assistant Public Prosecutors are appointed by the State Government for conducting prosecutions in the Courts of Magistrates under:

# In which one of the following cases the Supreme Court has held that a married daughter with independent sufficient means of her own is liable to maintain her father or mother under section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973?

# ‘Summons Case’ means a case relating to an offence, punishable with:

# The Court of a Chief Judicial Magistrate is empowered to pass a sentence of:

# The Court of Magistrate of the Second Class is empowered to pass a sentence of imprisonment for a term not exceeding:

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