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# In Evidence Act the facts of which judicial notice is to be taken are stated in

# The presumption of continuance of life is contained in

# Point out the correct statement:

# Under section 122 of the Evidence Act, 1872 privilege is available to

# Under Indian Evidence Act a copy compared with a copy of a letter made by a copying machine is

# Which one of the following sections of the Indian Evidence Act provides exception to the rule ‘hearsay evidence is not admissible

# The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 applies to

# Under Indian Evidence Act the dying declaration is not admissible if

# Under which one of the following sections of the Indian Evidence Act, the doctrine of ‘Res gestae’ has been dealt with

# Under which one of the following sections of the Evidence Act the previous conviction of a person is relevant

# Provisions relating to set off and counter claims under civil procedure code, 1973 are contained in

# All orders and notices served on or given to any person under the provisions of civil procedure code shall be in writing has been provided under

# Which one of the following sections of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 deals with the essence of this code that ‘Objections as to local or pecuniary jurisdiction shall be raised at the first opportunity

# Under which one of the following provisions of C.P.C. the principle of’ constructive resjudicata has been explained:

# Point out the correct Answer: Under Civil Procedure Code where any party dies after conclusion and before pronouncement of judgement

# Under C.P.C when the service of summons to the defendant is not made to him due to his absence within reasonable time, summons can be served to the

# Under section 96 of the C.P.C. an appeal can lie against the

# Under which one of the following ‘rejection of plaint’ has been mentioned in C.P.C.

# Which one of the following provisions of C.P.C. related to ‘Affidavits’?

# Under which one of the following provisions of C.P.C, the collector may be appointed as a’Receiver’

# Provisions of sec. 80 of the Civil Procedure Code are

# How much time is required for serving a notice under sec. 80 of the Civil Procedure Code?

# Under Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 which one of the following courts can try a murder case:

# Under Cr.P.C no court shall take cognizance of an offence punishable with fine only, after expiry of period of

# Under Cr.P.C. provisions relating to prosecution of public servant is given under

# What is the time limit under sec. 468 of the Cr. P.C. for taking cognizance in a case of defamation?

# How much punishment may be provided to an accused who is found guilty under a summary trial under Cr.P.C.?

# convicted person where a Magistrate of 1′ class imposes only sentence of fine not exceeding

# A refusal to answer questions put to a witness under Sec. 161 of the Cr.P.C. is an offence under

# According to the Cr.P.C. every information relating to the commission of a cognizable offence shall be signed by

# Who may record confessional statement under Section 164 of the Cr.P.C.?

# Under Cr.P.C. an accused person can be remanded to police custody for not more than

# Which one of the following is not an actionable claim under the Transfer of Property Act, 1882?

# Who is not competent to transfer his property under transfer of Property Act, 1882?

# Which one of the following sections of Transfer or Property Act 1882 deals with ‘Rule Against Perpetuity’?

# Which one of the following sections of the Transfer of Property Act defines charge?

# Section 53 A of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 deals with

# Which one of the following sections of the Transfer of Property Act defines ‘universal donee’?

# Which one of the following is not transfer by an act of parties under Transfer of Property Act?

# Point out the correct answer. Under Transfer of Property Act, 1882

# The term ‘sale’ in theTransfer of Property Act, 1882 has been defined under

# Which one of the following provisions of Transfer of Property Act, 1882 provides the statutory duties of a mortgagee in possession?

# The provisions of Section 106 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 were substituted by the Transfer of Property (Amendment) Act, 2002 and this provision came into force with effect from

# Condition restraining alienation of property is given under

# Lease’ under Section 105 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 relates to

# Which one of the following sections of the Transfer of Property Act is concerned with the doctrine of ‘marshalling’

# Which of the following is not a movable property within the Transfer of Property Act, 1882?

# Doctrine of subrogation applies to

# Onerous gift under Transfer of Property Act, 1632 has been defined under

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

# The doctrine ‘nemo dat quod non habet’ under theTransfer of Property Act is applied to

# Which of the following is not an actionable claim under the Transfer of Property Act, 1S82?

# The doctrine of ‘part performance’ under the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 does not apply to

# Which one of the following transfers can be made orally?

# When does an unborn person acquire vested interest on transfer under the Transfer of Property Act, 1882?

# A lease of immovable property from month to month is terminable, on the part of lessor or lessee by

# Which one of the following is not-essential for commission of an offence?

# Wrongful gain’ and ‘wrongful loss’ have been defined under Indian Penal Code, 1860 in

# In which one of the following cases the Supreme Court of India has held that wife cannot be charged for harbouring her husband?

# Which provisions of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 deal with the ‘Solitary confinement’ and ‘limits on solitary confinement1?

# Which one of the following sections of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 provides that ‘Nothing is an offence which is done by a judge while acting judicially’?

# Which one of the following provision of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 is based on Macnaughten’s Rule?

# Which one of the following sections of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 provides that right of private defence of body extends to causing harm short of death?

# In which one of the following cases difference between common intention and similar intention was discussed by the Privy council?

# In which of the following cases husband and wife both were held guilty of criminal conspiracy

# Punishment for being a member of unlawful assembly under Indian Penal Code has been provided under

# Dowry death under Indian Penal Code, 1860 has been put under the chapter

# Which one of the following sections of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 defines ‘Thug’?

# Which one of the following is the date of enforcement of the Indian Penal Code, 1860?

# Minimum number of offenders for the commission of robbery under Indian Penal Code, 1860 must be

# Section 149 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 is

# Which one of the following elements is not essential for the applications of Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860?

# Basudev Vs. State of Pepsu AIR 1956 S.C. is a leading case on

# A intentionally pulls up a woman’s veil without her consent to make her afraid of, is liable for

# Punishment for attempt to commit culpable homicide has been provided in Indian Penal Code, 1860 under

# ‘A’ instigates ‘B’ to burn the house of Z. B sets fire to the house and at the same time commits theft of the property there. Whether A is guilty of?

# ‘x’ by putting ‘z’ into fear of grievous hurt, dishonestly induces ‘z’ to sign on a blank paper and deliver it to ‘z’. ‘z’ signs and delivers the paper to ‘x’. Here ‘x’ has committed

# Death caused by rash and negligent act is covered in Indian Penal Code under

# Which of the following is not an ingredient of thett?

# ‘A’has sexual intercourse with a widow with her consent. ‘A’ is guilty of

# Sunni Muslims consider ‘Muta Marriage’ as

# lf a sunni muslim marry with a kitabiya girl, the marriage is

# Under Muslim law, a Muslim can make a Will of his property upto the extent of

# In Muslim Law marriage contracted without witness is

# Under Muslim Law a Muslim can make gift of his property upto the extent of

# Which one of the following statements regarding gift in Muslim law is correct?

# The most proper divorce is

# When in a muslim marriage ‘Mehr’ is unspecified, the wife is entitled to get

# A muslim is prohibited to have two wives at a time, if these two wives are related to each other by

# In Muslim Law when husband and wife both desire separation, the transaction is known as

# A Muslim woman guilty of illicit relationship is punishable for

# Muslim Jurisprudence is known as

# Widow’s right of retention for non-payment of her dower is Her

# Which is not a place of public worship?

# Which one of the following gifts is not void under Muslim law?

# The provisions of the dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939 give right of Judicial divorce to

# Which of the following is not a primary source of Muslim Law?

# Dower’ is

# According to Shia Jaw to execute the marriage pressr.ee of witness Is

# An acknowledgement with regard to children can be for

# Under which one of the following sections of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 ‘sapinda relationship’ has been defined?

# A petition for divorce with mutual consent under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 can be filed after

# Who amongst the following defined Hindu Law as ‘Hindu Law is law of Smritis’?

# In which of the following cases it was held that matrimonial rights are not violative of Art. 14 and Art. 21 of the Constitution?

# Can a Hindu marry second time on the basis of written consent of his first wife?

# Under which one of the following provisions of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, a Hindu has a right to alienate his interest in Mitakshara coparcenary by will

# Where a Hindu male dies intestate leaving behind an ascendant agnate, a descendant agnate and a collateral agnate, their order of succession on preference basis shall be

# The case of Hanuman Prasad Vs. Mst. Baboee is related to

# Which one of the following sections of the Hindu Marriage Act provides Restitution of Conjugal rights?

# The separate property of a Hindu male dying intestate is succeeded by

# Karta of Joint Hindu Family is

# A Joint Hindu family does not include

# A Hindu may be

# If a Hindu male of 30 years of age adopts a female child of 15 years of age, this adoption is

# The constitutional validity of Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 was tested in 1992 S.C.

# Which one of the following sections of Hindu Succession Act, 1956 makes provisions for ‘notional partition’?

# Sapinda relationship extends to

# A groom of 25 years marries a bride of 15 years of age under Hindu Law, the marriage is

# In which of the following cases it was first time held that ‘Hindu is by birth and can also be made’?

# Who among the following is eligible to adopt a son under Hindu Law?

# A Hindu girl wishes to marry her mother’s sister’s adopted Hindu son who happens to be her childhood friend since the preadoption days. Such a marriage under Hindu Law will be

# Under Hindu Law an unmarried woman adopts a child, later on she marries a man. This man shall be deemed to be the

# A Hindu who has adopted a son is subsequently blessed with natural born twins, a boy and a girl. Now he wishes to give the adopted son to his friend in adoption.The Hindu

# The Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005 confers upon a Hindu woman

# The burden of proof generally lies on

# Under which one of the following provisions of the Indian Evidence Act contents of electronic records may be proved?

# Which one of the following sections of the Indian Evidence Act defines admission?

# A person shall be deemed to be dead if he remained unheard for

# Under Indian Evidence Act, the evidence given by a dumb witness will be regarded as

# Under which one of the following sections of the Indian Evidence Act previous good character is relevant in criminal cases

# Which one of the following sections of the Indian Evidence Act provides the provision regarding ‘plea of Alibi’

# ‘Leading question’ has been defined in Indian Evidence Act under

# Public documents under Indian Evidence Act have been stated under

# Section 90 of the Indian Evidence Act applies to

# Sec. 112 of the Indian Evidence Act applies when there is a dispute regarding

# In Evidence Act, leading questions can be asked during

# A voluntary confession is admissible in evidence

# Maxim ‘omnia praesumuntur rite esse aeta’ means

# Contents of a documents under Section 59 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872

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