Uttar Pradesh Civil Judge Exam Law UP PCS J 2006

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# A fact is said to be ‘not proved’:

# ‘The statement in order to constitute a ‘confession’ under the Indian Evidence Act, must either admit in terms the offence or at any rate substantially all facts which constitute the offence.’ The above view was expressed by the Privy Council in which one of the following cases?

# Which Section of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deals only with civil matters?

# In which of the following cases, it was held that Section-27 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 is an exception to Sections-24, 25 and 26?

# The Principle of Promissory Estoppel found its root:

# Palvinder Kaur v. State of Punjab relates to which of the following?

# ‘The burden of proof in a suit or proceeding lies on that person who would fail if no evidence at all were given on either side.’ This provision is contained in which Section of the Indian Evidence Act?

# The principle that possession is prime facie proof of ownership is provided under:

# In which one of the following cases, the Supreme Court held that confession of co-accused are very weak evidence and no conviction can be based solely on such confession?

# Which of the following does not find a mention as showing state of mind under Section-14 of the Evidence Act, 1872?

# A witness, who is unable to speak, gives his evidence in writing in the open court; evidence so given shall be deemed to be

# Legitimacy of child born during valid marriage is presumed under which Provision of the Indian Evidence Act?

# ‘A barrister is instructed by an Attorney or Vakil that an important witness is a dacoit.This is a reasonable ground for asking the witness whether he is a dacoit.’ This illustration is based on which Section of the Indian Evidence Act?

# ‘Rejection of Plaint’ is mentioned under:

# Which one of the following cases is on second appeal?

# Dasti summons for service on the defendant can be given to the plaintiff under:

# Section-115 of the Civil Procedure Code provides for the following:

# Order XXIII of the Civil Procedure Code applies to the following:

# Under which explanation of Section-11 of Civil Procedure Code Constructive Resjudicata has been explained?

# Section-18 of the Civil Procedure Code provides for

# A decree may be executed by:

# Objection as to place of suing shall be allowed in the court of first instance is the essence

# The period of limitation within which defendant shall submit his written statement is ordinarily within:

# A person may sue a foreign state:

# Which of the following determinations does not come under the definition of ‘decree’?

# The Amendment of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, in the year 2002 amended:

# Which one of the following is not an essential element for a valid transfer of property?

# Which of the following is not correctly matched?

# Section-41 ol the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 is the statutory application of the law of estoppel. The statement is:

# Which of the following cases is related to the right of redemption?

# Which of the following Sections of Transfer of Property Act contain exception to the maxim ‘Nemo dat quod not habet’?

# A doctrine, which requires that the transferor must deliver the subsequently acquired property to the transferee who acted upon his false representation and did harm to himself by paying money for what he could not get it, is called:

# Section-37 of the Transfer of Property Act on right to proceeds of revenue compensation on acquisition is based on:

# Rule against perpetuity is not applicable to a case where:’generation after generation’.

# In case of gift, the donee dies before acceptance,then:

# The doctrine of election is applicable to:

# The foundation of doctrine of election under the Transfer of Property Act, 1862 is that a person taking the benefit of an instrument:

# ‘A’ lets a house to ‘B’ for five years. ‘B1 underlets the house to ‘C’ at a monthly rent of Rs. 1000/-. The five years expire, but ‘C’ continues in possession of the house and pays the rent to ‘A’. The lease of ‘C’:

# Remedy of ‘Foreclosure’ is available in which one of the following mortgages?

# In every statute, mens rea is to be implied unless the contrary is shown’.This view was expressed in:

# Assault in order to outrage the modesty of a woman is punishable under:

# B’ and ‘C’ were on the railway platform. ‘B’ had taken a ticket from Allahabad to Delhi.’B’, an illiterate woman handed over the ticket to ‘C’ in order to ascertain whether she had a right ticket. ‘C’ under the pretence of returning the ticket to Delhi substituted it for the ticket of shorter journey and returned that as ‘B’s ticket. In this case, ‘C’ is liable for

# The principle of proximity of crime under criminal law is irrelevant, while deciding the liability for the offence of:

# ‘A’ commits theft on the property in the possession of ‘B’, and while committing this theft he has a loaded pistol under his garment, kept for the purpose of hurting ‘B’ in case ‘B’ should resist. The offence committed by’A1 is defined under which Section of the Indian Penal Code, 1860?

# Information Technology Act, 2000 has made amendments in

# ‘A’ promises to marry ‘B’ his student and induced her to cohabit with him. He has given her a false assurance of marriage and also fraudulently gone through certain ceremonies of marriage, making ‘B’ believe that she was a lawfully wedded wife of’A’. Later ‘A’ refused to recognize her as his wife. What offence has been committed by ‘A’?

# ‘A’, a police officer, tortures ‘B’ in order to induce ‘B’ to confess that he committed a crime. Under which Section of the I.P.C., the police officer is guilty of an offence?

# ‘A’ picked up a revolver and believing it to be loaded, pulled the trigger with the criminal intention of shooting’B1 dead. Fortunately the revolver was not loaded and ‘B’ escaped unhurt. ‘A’ has committed the offence of:

# Which one of the following is not provided in Section-4 of the Contract Act, 1872?

# B’ says to ‘A – ‘If you do not deny it, I shall assume that the horse is sound’. ‘A’ says nothing. Here ‘A’s silence is equivalent to speech. This illustration is based on

# Wagering agreements are:

# A proposal is revoked:

# The words ‘Consensus ad item’ means:

# Which one of the following does not amount to fraud?

# A right to sue on ‘Quantum Merit’ arises:

# Change of the nature of the obligation in a contract is known as:

# The judicial basis of quasi-contractual obligation can be explained through the principle of:

# The principle of assessment of damages for breach is given in:

# Which statement is wrong regarding ‘agency’ under the Indian law of contract?

# The case of Hochester v. De La Tour deals with:

# Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate may pass a sentence of imprisonment extending upto:

# Which provision of the Cr.P.C. resembles with Habeas CorpusWrit?

# Which Section of the Cr.P.C., 1973 applies when the officer-in-charge of a police station receives information that a person has committed suicide?

# Under which Section of Cr.P.C., inherent powers can be exercised by the High Court?

# Which one of the following offences has not been enumerated under Sectron-110 of the Cr.P.C., 1973 which empowers an Executive Magistrate to require such person to show cause why he should not be ordered to execute a bond for his good behaviour?

# The Chapter of ‘Plea Bargaining’ is added to the Cr.P.C. by the:(Amendment) Act, 2005 (Act No. 25 of 2005) (Act No. 2 of 2006) 2006

# Save in exceptional circumstances, no woman shall be arrested after Sunset and before Sunrise, and where such exceptional circumstances to arrest exist, the woman police officer shall obtain the prior permission of the following:

# Who among the following is not entitled to claim maintenance under Section-125 Cr.P.C.?

# When the High Court or any Sessions Judge calls for to examine the record of any proceeding before any inferior criminal court, it is known as:

# A report of person arrested without warrant shall be given by the officer-in-charge of police station to:

# When a search is required to be conducted outside India, a criminal court may under Section 166-A of the Cr.P.C. issue a:

# Analytical positivism does not mean that:

# ‘Nature has placed man under the empire of pleasure and pain’. It has been said by:

# Who has written the following words: ‘Law grows with the growth of people, strengthens with the strength of people and finally it dies away as the nation loses its nationality’?

# Who defined law as the ‘de psychologised command’?

# The principal jurist of the Philosophical School was:

# Name the jurist who is called as ‘Darwinian before Darwin’ and ‘Sociologist before Sociologists’

# ‘Law should continue to support minimum morality’ has been pleaded by:

# Who said that ‘Ownership is a plenary control over an object’?

# The concept of ‘Living Law’ was expounded by which jurist?

# Who wrote that ‘the only right which a man can possess is the right always to do his duty’?

# Which one of the following is not a theory of legal personality?

# How did Aristotle describe justice in restoring equality when this has been disturbed?

# In which one of the following cases, the court pierced the veil of the corporate personality?

# Analysis of rights into four juristic correlative was done by:

# Which one of the following is not a correct classification of possession?

# The U.S.A. led armed attack on Iraq in March 2003 was:

# Which one of the following signed the United Nations Convention on use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts in September 2006?

# Who urged the United Nations to consider the deployment of an ‘International Security Monitoring Presence’ in Lebanon?

# The General Assembly Resolution of 15 March 2006 decided to establish the Human Rights Council, based in Geneva:

# Recently concluded mutual legal assistance treaty between India and the US relates to the area of

# Asia Co-operation Dialogue (ACD) had been constiluted for

# The Word Trade Organization Agreement on agriculture was to be implemented over a period of 6 years.beginning from 1995, now it has been extended for developing countries. What is Ihis period of extension?

# Who has been elected recently as the next Secretary General of the United Nations?

# ‘Guantanamo Bay’has earned international notoriety for what reason?

# Volker Report deals with which one of the following?

# On which date did India and the USA announce Civil Nuclear Co-operation through a joint statement?

# How many States are members of an international group IBSA, of which the first summit was held in September 2006?

# In which country was the XIV Non-Aligned Summit held in September 2006?

# Portugal has extradited Abu Salem to India under which the following?

# Which Article of the UN Charier relates to ‘Domestic jurisdiction’?

# Which Article of the UN Charier provides for the expulsion of a Member States?

# The budget of the United Nations is approved by:

# The legality of the ‘Uniting for Peace’ Resolution of the General Assembly has been upheld by the International Court of Justice in:

# The United Nations enjoy immunities and privileges in the territories of its Member States under:

# Of which of the following international judicial institutions the seat is not at the Hague?

# The Permanent Court of Arbitration was established in pursuance of the following:

# Which one of the following is not a specialized agency of the United Nations?

# A non-member of the United Nations can become a member of the statute of the International Court of Justice:

# On which date did the General Assembly of the United nations unanimously adopt for the first time a resolution and an annexed plan of action on Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy?

# The ‘Optional Clause’ in para 2 of Article 36 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice is related to:

# In the event of a dispute as to whether the International Court has jurisdiction or not, the matter shall be settled by

# Which one of the following organizations deals with refugees?

# Which Article of the UN Charter recognizes the right of individual and collective self- defence to its members?

# Who was the first Secretary General of trie United Nations?

# Which one of the following is a Directive Principle of State Policy?

# ‘Article 21-A – Right to education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years’ has been inserted in the Constitution by:

# The doctrine of Territorial Nexus is related with:

# In which Article of the constitution, the eligibility for re-election of the President is given?

# A Professor of a University, who is an eminent jurist, is eligible to be appointed as a judge of the

# The quorum for meetings of the House of People constitutes;

# ‘Creamy Layer’ rule excluding the well placed members of a caste from reservation was first laid down in the case of:

# In which case, the Supreme Court directed the Government to implement the law against female foeticide with full determination?

# After which one of the following Supreme court decisions was the special provision for socially and educationally backward classes, introduced by an Amendment of the Constitution of India?

# ‘Autre Fois Acquit’ principle is related to:

# Which one of the following is the correct statement? ‘Full faith and credit’ clause of the Constitution does not apply to-.

# When the two Houses of Parliament differ regarding a Bill, then the deadlock is resolved by

# The law declared by Supreme Court of India is binding on all courts within the territory of India, but the Supreme Court is not bound by its decision was decided by the Supreme Court itself in

# A fact is said to be ‘not proved’:

# ‘The statement in order to constitute a ‘confession’ under the Indian Evidence Act, must either admit in terms the offence or at any rate substantially all facts which constitute the offence.’ The above view was expressed by the Privy Council in which one of the following cases?

# Which Section of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deals only with civil matters?

# In which of the following cases, it was held that Section-27 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 is an exception to Sections-24, 25 and 26?

# The Principle of Promissory Estoppel found its root:

# Palvinder Kaur v. State of Punjab relates to which of the following?

# ‘The burden of proof in a suit or proceeding lies on that person who would fail if no evidence at all were given on either side.’ This provision is contained in which Section of the Indian Evidence Act?

# The principle that possession is prime facie proof of ownership is provided under:

# In which one of the following cases, the Supreme Court held that confession of co-accused are very weak evidence and no conviction can be based solely on such confession?

# Which of the following does not find a mention as showing state of mind under Section-14 of the Evidence Act, 1872?

# A witness, who is unable to speak, gives his evidence in writing in the open court; evidence so given shall be deemed to be

# Legitimacy of child born during valid marriage is presumed under which Provision of the Indian Evidence Act?

# ‘A barrister is instructed by an Attorney or Vakil that an important witness is a dacoit.This is a reasonable ground for asking the witness whether he is a dacoit.’ This illustration is based on which Section of the Indian Evidence Act?

# ‘Rejection of Plaint’ is mentioned under:

# Which one of the following cases is on second appeal?

# Dasti summons for service on the defendant can be given to the plaintiff under:

# Section-115 of the Civil Procedure Code provides for the following:

# Order XXIII of the Civil Procedure Code applies to the following:

# Under which explanation of Section-11 of Civil Procedure Code Constructive Resjudicata has been explained?

# Section-18 of the Civil Procedure Code provides for

# A decree may be executed by:

# Objection as to place of suing shall be allowed in the court of first instance is the essence

# The period of limitation within which defendant shall submit his written statement is ordinarily within:

# A person may sue a foreign state:

# Which of the following determinations does not come under the definition of ‘decree’?

# The Amendment of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, in the year 2002 amended:

# Which one of the following is not an essential element for a valid transfer of property?

# Which of the following is not correctly matched?

# Section-41 ol the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 is the statutory application of the law of estoppel. The statement is:

# Which of the following cases is related to the right of redemption?

# Which of the following Sections of Transfer of Property Act contain exception to the maxim ‘Nemo dat quod not habet’?

# A doctrine, which requires that the transferor must deliver the subsequently acquired property to the transferee who acted upon his false representation and did harm to himself by paying money for what he could not get it, is called:

# Section-37 of the Transfer of Property Act on right to proceeds of revenue compensation on acquisition is based on:

# Rule against perpetuity is not applicable to a case where:’generation after generation’.

# In case of gift, the donee dies before acceptance,then:

# The doctrine of election is applicable to:

# The foundation of doctrine of election under the Transfer of Property Act, 1862 is that a person taking the benefit of an instrument:

# ‘A’ lets a house to ‘B’ for five years. ‘B1 underlets the house to ‘C’ at a monthly rent of Rs. 1000/-. The five years expire, but ‘C’ continues in possession of the house and pays the rent to ‘A’. The lease of ‘C’:

# Remedy of ‘Foreclosure’ is available in which one of the following mortgages?

# In every statute, mens rea is to be implied unless the contrary is shown’.This view was expressed in:

# Assault in order to outrage the modesty of a woman is punishable under:

# B’ and ‘C’ were on the railway platform. ‘B’ had taken a ticket from Allahabad to Delhi.’B’, an illiterate woman handed over the ticket to ‘C’ in order to ascertain whether she had a right ticket. ‘C’ under the pretence of returning the ticket to Delhi substituted it for the ticket of shorter journey and returned that as ‘B’s ticket. In this case, ‘C’ is liable for

# The principle of proximity of crime under criminal law is irrelevant, while deciding the liability for the offence of:

# ‘A’ commits theft on the property in the possession of ‘B’, and while committing this theft he has a loaded pistol under his garment, kept for the purpose of hurting ‘B’ in case ‘B’ should resist. The offence committed by’A1 is defined under which Section of the Indian Penal Code, 1860?

# Information Technology Act, 2000 has made amendments in

# ‘A’ promises to marry ‘B’ his student and induced her to cohabit with him. He has given her a false assurance of marriage and also fraudulently gone through certain ceremonies of marriage, making ‘B’ believe that she was a lawfully wedded wife of’A’. Later ‘A’ refused to recognize her as his wife. What offence has been committed by ‘A’?

# ‘A’, a police officer, tortures ‘B’ in order to induce ‘B’ to confess that he committed a crime. Under which Section of the I.P.C., the police officer is guilty of an offence?

# ‘A’ picked up a revolver and believing it to be loaded, pulled the trigger with the criminal intention of shooting’B1 dead. Fortunately the revolver was not loaded and ‘B’ escaped unhurt. ‘A’ has committed the offence of:

# Which one of the following is not provided in Section-4 of the Contract Act, 1872?

# B’ says to ‘A’ – ‘If you do not deny it, I shall assume that the horse is sound’. ‘A’ says nothing. Here ‘A’s silence is equivalent to speech. This illustration is based on

# Wagering agreements are:

# A proposal is revoked:

# The words ‘Consensus ad item’ means:

# Which one of the following does not amount to fraud?

# A right to sue on ‘Quantum Merit’ arises:

# Change of the nature of the obligation in a contract is known as:

# The judicial basis of quasi-contractual obligation can be explained through the principle of:

# The principle of assessment of damages for breach is given in:

# Which statement is wrong regarding ‘agency’ under the Indian law of contract?

# The case of Hochester v. De La Tour deals with:

# Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate may pass a sentence of imprisonment extending upto:

# Which provision of the Cr.P.C. resembles with Habeas CorpusWrit?

# Which Section of the Cr.P.C., 1973 applies when the officer-in-charge of a police station receives information that a person has committed suicide?

# Under which Section of Cr.P.C., inherent powers can be exercised by the High Court?

# Which one of the following offences has not been enumerated under Sectron-110 of the Cr.P.C., 1973 which empowers an Executive Magistrate to require such person to show cause why he should not be ordered to execute a bond for his good behaviour?

# The Chapter of ‘Plea Bargaining’ is added to the Cr.P.C. by the:(Amendment) Act, 2005 (Act No. 25 of 2005) (Act No. 2 of 2006) 2006

# Save in exceptional circumstances, no woman shall be arrested after Sunset and before Sunrise, and where such exceptional circumstances to arrest exist, the woman police officer shall obtain the prior permission of the following:

# Who among the following is not entitled to claim maintenance under Section-125 Cr.P.C.?

# When the High Court or any Sessions Judge calls for to examine the record of any proceeding before any inferior criminal court, it is known as:

# A report of person arrested without warrant shall be given by the officer-in-charge of police station to:

# When a search is required to be conducted outside India, a criminal court may under Section 166-A of the Cr.P.C. issue a:

# Analytical positivism does not mean that:

# ‘Nature has placed man under the empire of pleasure and pain’. It has been said by:

# Who has written the following words: ‘Law grows with the growth of people, strengthens with the strength of people and finally it dies away as the nation loses its nationality’?

# Who defined law as the ‘de psychologised command’?

# The principal jurist of the Philosophical School was:

# Name the jurist who is called as ‘Darwinian before Darwin’ and ‘Sociologist before Sociologists’

# ‘Law should continue to support minimum morality’ has been pleaded by:

# Who said that ‘Ownership is a plenary control over an object’?

# The concept of ‘Living Law’ was expounded by which jurist?

# Who wrote that ‘the only right which a man can possess is the right always to do his duty’?

# Which one of the following is not a theory of legal personality?

# How did Aristotle describe justice in restoring equality when this has been disturbed?

# In which one of the following cases, the court pierced the veil of the corporate personality?

# Analysis of rights into four juristic correlative was done by:

# Which one of the following is not a correct classification of possession?

# The U.S.A. led armed attack on Iraq in March 2003 was:

# Which one of the following signed the United Nations Convention on use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts in September 2006?

# Who urged the United Nations to consider the deployment of an ‘International Security Monitoring Presence’ in Lebanon?

# The General Assembly Resolution of 15 March 2006 decided to establish the Human Rights Council, based in Geneva:

# Recently concluded mutual legal assistance treaty between India and the US relates to the area of

# Asia Co-operation Dialogue (ACD) had been constiluted for

# The Word Trade Organization Agreement on agriculture was to be implemented over a period of 6 years.beginning from 1995, now it has been extended for developing countries. What is Ihis period of extension?

# Who has been elected recently as the next Secretary General of the United Nations?

# ‘Guantanamo Bay’has earned international notoriety for what reason?

# Volker Report deals with which one of the following?

# On which date did India and the USA announce Civil Nuclear Co-operation through a joint statement?

# How many States are members of an international group IBSA, of which the first summit was held in September 2006?

# In which country was the XIV Non-Aligned Summit held in September 2006?

# Portugal has extradited Abu Salem to India under which the following?

# Which Article of the UN Charier relates to ‘Domestic jurisdiction’?

# Which Article of the UN Charier provides for the expulsion of a Member States?

# The budget of the United Nations is approved by:

# The legality of the ‘Uniting for Peace’ Resolution of the General Assembly has been upheld by the International Court of Justice in:

# The United Nations enjoy immunities and privileges in the territories of its Member States under:

# Of which of the following international judicial institutions the seat is not at the Hague?

# The Permanent Court of Arbitration was established in pursuance of the following:

# Which one of the following is not a specialized agency of the United Nations?

# A non-member of the United Nations can become a member of the statute of the International Court of Justice:

# On which date did the General Assembly of the United nations unanimously adopt for the first time a resolution and an annexed plan of action on Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy?

# The ‘Optional Clause’ in para 2 of Article 36 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice is related to:

# In the event of a dispute as to whether the International Court has jurisdiction or not, the matter shall be settled by

# Which one of the following organizations deals with refugees?

# Which Article of the UN Charter recognizes the right of individual and collective self- defence to its members?

# Who was the first Secretary General of trie United Nations?

# Which one of the following is a Directive Principle of State Policy?

# ‘Article 21-A – Right to education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years’ has been inserted in the Constitution by:

# The doctrine of Territorial Nexus is related with:

# In which Article of the constitution, the eligibility for re-election of the President is given?

# A Professor of a University, who is an eminent jurist, is eligible to be appointed as a judge of the

# The quorum for meetings of the House of People constitutes;

# ‘Creamy Layer’ rule excluding the well placed members of a caste from reservation was first laid down in the case of:

# In which case, the Supreme Court directed the Government to implement the law against female foeticide with full determination?

# After which one of the following Supreme court decisions was the special provision for socially and educationally backward classes, introduced by an Amendment of the Constitution of India?

# ‘Autre Fois Acquit’ principle is related to:

# Which one of the following is the correct statement? ‘Full faith and credit’ clause of the Constitution does not apply to-.

# When the two Houses of Parliament differ regarding a Bill, then the deadlock is resolved by

# The law declared by Supreme Court of India is binding on all courts within the territory of India, but the Supreme Court is not bound by its decision was decided by the Supreme Court itself in

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