Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Exam MP PCSJ 2006

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# Warrant case has been defined as a case relating to an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for life or imprisonment for a term:

# Offences of Indian Penal Code other than mentioned in Section 320 of Criminal Procedure Code are:

# Section 164 Criminal Procedure Code Provides a special procedure for recording of:

# When investigation cannot be completed within 24 hours, the largest period for which an accused can be remanded to police custody is:

# If a Magistrate administers oath before recording the confession of an accused, the confessional statement is:

# When investigation is not completed within the prescribed period of 90 days or 60 days, as the case may be and accused is in custody, on expiry of the said period, if he is prepared to and does frunished bail, the accused is entitled to be:

# Unde the provisions of Section 125(4) Criminal Procedure Code, who of the following cannot claim maintenance from her husband:

# Jurisdiction to grant bail under Section 438 of Criminal Procedure Code vests with:

# Compounding of offence under the provisions of Criminal Procedure Code results in that criminal case:

# Period of limitation to take cognizance of an offence punishable for a term more than three years imprisonment is:

# A disputed handwriting can be proved:

# In relation to a court question the adverse party:

# Evidence means and include:

# The documents are:

# Contents of documents may be proved:

# Under sub-Section 5(C) of Section 65(B) in Indian Evidence Act, a computer output shall be taken to have been produced by a computer:

# Admissions:

# Facts which need not be proved by the parties, include:

# Under Indian Evidence Act, a document required by law to be attested, can be proved by calling:

# Due execution of a document more than thirty years old, coming from proper custody is a:

# In criminal proceedings the burden of proof lies:

# Leading questions can be asked during:

# M.P. Accommodation Control Act, 1961 shall apply to such accommodation:

# After a notice of demand for arrears of rent has been served on tenant, he should pay or tender the arrears of rent, to save himself from eviction:

# Tenant may be evicted on the ground of bonafide need of landlord for residential purpose, but the need does not extend to:

# For a construction, which has materially altered the Accommodation to the detriment of the landlord’s interest or is likely to diminish its value substantially, by the tenant:

# In case of eviction on the ground of bona fide need for residential or non-residential accommodation, the landlord cannot obtain possession of the Accommodation before..

# Cognizance of offences, punishable under M.P. Accommodation Control Act, 1961 can be taken by:

# Which of the following is incorrect statement?

# Standard rent may be fixed by:

# Where a landlord recovers possession of any Accommodation from the tenant in pursuance of an order made under clause (e) of clause (f) of sub-section (1) of section 12 of M.P. Accommodation Control Act, 1961, the landlord shall not, except with the permis

# If the accommodation was let to a tenant for use as a residence by reason of his being in service or employment of the landlord and that tenant has ceased to be in such service or employment then which of the following is perfect:

# Which of the following is not a legal ground of eviction?

# Against an order passed by Rent Controlling Authority under any Section of Chapter 3A of M.P. Accommodation Control Act, 1961:

# On transfer for his benefit, an unborn person acquires vested interest:

# Where immovable property is transferred for consideration by persons, having distinct interest therein, but their interests in the property are of equal value, the transferor are:

# ‘Rule of lis pendens’ is applicable to suits for specific performance of contracts to transfer the immovable property. This statement is:

# In case of transfer of property, the seller is:

# In case of unufructuary mortgage the mortgagee is places in possession and has a right to receive the rents and other profits:

# A right to obtain a decree from the court that the mortgagor shall be absolutely debarred of his right to redeem the mortgaged property is called:

# Lease of immovable property determines:

# In case of a gift if the donee dies before acceptance, the gift is:

# Tranfer of Property Act has no relation with

# Fraudulent transfer is:

# Sale is a transfer of ownership in exchange for a price:

# X transfers Rs. 5,000 to Y on condition that he shall marry with the consent of A, B and C, Y married without the consent of A, B and C but obtains their consent after the marriage. Y has:

# A contract with or by a minor is a:

# Which of the following is correct?

# A contingent contract:

# Tender is:

# Reasonable time for performance of a contract is a question:

# A contract is not frustrated:

# X promises to make a sculpture for Y:

# X enters into a contract with Y, for which Y is guilty fo fraud. X can:

# When a contract has been broken, the party who suffers by such breach, is entitled to receive from the party, who has broken the contract:

# An agent can be appointed by:

# In a pleadge ownership of property or goods:

# Novation of a contract means:

# If the holder of service land dies, resigns or is lawfully dismissed, the land shall pass:

# Which of the following do not fall under the meaning of ‘Revenue Officer’?

# Agriculture year means the year commencing on:

# Under Section 44 of M.P. Land Revenue Code, an appeal from the original order of Commissioner lies to:

# Under Section 50 of M.P. Land Revenue Code, no application for revision shall be entertained by Commissioner or Settlement Commissioner or Collector or Settlement Officer, as the case may be, unless presented within:

# From an order passed in review, varying or reversing any order, in M.P. Land Revenue Code:

# On his death, interest of Bhumiswami shall not pass by:

# All revenue officers in a division shall be subordinate to:

# Where a dispute arises between the State Government and any person in respect of any right under Section 57(1) of M.P. Land Revenue Code, providing for State ownership in all lands, such dispute shall be decided by the:

# Clerical errors which have been made in the record-of-rights may at any time be corrected or cause to corrected by the:

# Any person aggrieved by any entry made in Wazib-ul-arj may institute a suit in Civil Court to have such cancelled or modified within:

# The following shall be deemed to be a lease of the land:

# A decree may be executed

# Any objection of interrogatories may be taken on the ground that it is:

# A decree can be:

# Mohan residing in Mumbai beats Sohan in Delhi. Sohan may sue Mohan:

# Principle of res judicata applies:

# In case of failure of filling the written statement within thirty days, the defendant can be allowed to file the same on such other day specified by the court for reasons recorded in writing, which shall not be later than:

# The plaint shall be rejected by the court, under order 7 rule 11(e) of Civil Procedure Code, if it is not filed in:

# Pleading means:

# An ex parte decree can be set aside on the ground that:

# Documents which are meant for cross-examination of a witness of the other party or meant for refreshing the memory of the witness may be produced:

# Pleadings can be amended:

# Period of detention in civil imprisonment, as a consequence of disobedience or breach of any injunction shall not exceed:

# A judgment passed by a court can be reviewed by:

# Caveat shall not remain in force after the expiry of:

# X finds one thousand rupee’s note on the public road. He does not know to whom the note belongs. X pick up the note.Here X has:

# Age of minor for kidnapping should be:

# X and Y both go to murder Z. X stood on guard with a spear in hand but did not hit Z at all. Y killed Z:

# If the offence be punishable with fine only, imprisonment for non-payment of fine:

# X is at work with hatchet, the head of hatchet files off and kills a man Y who was stand by. Here, if there is no want of proper caution on the part of X, has act is:

# The right of private defence of the body:

# For criminal conspiracy the minimum number of persons required is:

# Assault cannot be caused by:

# Robbery is dacoity if committed conjoined by:

# For an unlawful assembly, the minimum number of persons required is:

# X knows that Y is suffering from a disease in his head and also knows that if a blow is given to Y on his head it is likely to cause his death, X gives a first blown to Y on his head. Y died. X is:

# Y inserts his hand into the pocket of Z but the pocket was empty. Y guilty of:

# Two young ladies X and Y fight with each other. X knowingly herself to be likely permanently disfigure Y’s face, she inflicts injury with a blade on the face of Y, leaving permanent ugly scar on the check of Y. Here X is guilty of causing:

# When the injury is intentional and sufficient to cause death in the ordinary course of nature and death follow, the offence is:

# In a cognizable case the police will have powers to:

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

Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Prelims 175 Mock Tests & Previous Papers

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