Uttarakhand Civil Judge Exam Law UK PCS J 2011

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# Which Amendment added Fundamental Duties in the Constitution of India?

# The Ex-officio Chairman of the Council of States is

# Stockholm Conference on ‘Human Environment’ was held in the year

# In India ‘Law Day’ is celebrated every year on

# Which one of the following organizations is directly related to the Child Welfare?

# The Theory of ‘Social Engineering’ was propounded by

# A Secular State

# What is the minimum reservations prescribed by the Constitution for Women in Panchayats?

# Which country is not a permanent member of United Nations’ Security Council?

# In which year ‘Copenhagen Summit Conference’ on climate change was held?

# Which Article of the Charter of the United Nations permitted Right to Self decence?

# Which of the following is not a basic feature of the Indian Constitution?

# Which of the following States in India is having a Legislative Council?

# Who has been appointed as Chairperson of National Women Commission recently?

# Which Fundamental Rights was declared by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as ‘heart and soul’ of the Constitution?

# In which year biggest Arms Reduction Pact between U.S. and Russia was signed?

# Constitutional Status to Panchayati Raj System was given by

# National and State Disaster Management Authority is constituted under

# The National Judicial Academy is located at

# The Planning Commission of India is a

# In which case the Supreme Court of India laid down that evidence can be recorded by Video Conferencing?

# The Right to information Act was enacted in

# Right to speedy trial is

# Public Holiday are declared under

# The official language of the Union of India shall be Hindi in Devnagri script is mentioned in

# Who was the first President of Constituent Assembly of India?

# Who is the author of the book ‘mudrarakshas’?

# Which of the following is tallest building in the world?

# On which issue Srikrishna Committee recently submitted its Report?

# The Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir came into force on

# The Institution of ‘Ombudsman’ first started in

# How many Schedules are there in the Constitution of India?

# In which year Mayor’s Courts were introduced in three Presidency Towns in India?

# The 16th SAARC Summit 2010 was held at

# Who is said to be the originator of the doctrine of separation of powers?

# Which provision of the Constitution of India deals with National Commission for Scheduled Castes?

# World Investment Report’ is an annual publication of

# Chapter-II of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 shall not be deemed to effect any rule of

# By which Amendment Article 21-A is added in the Constitution of India?

# Which type of euthanasia is permitted by the Supreme Court in ‘Aruna Shanbaug v. Union of India’, AIR 2011 SC 1290?

# Under International law the obligation of neutral country is

# Who is the Secretary General of United Nations?

# In which city of Japan rediation leakage occurred due to massive earthquake?

# Who was the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution of India?

# How many States are permanent members of United Nations’ Security Coucil?

# Who said: ‘International law is the vanishing point of Jurisprudence’?

# In which year Indian Parliament passed Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act?

# After how many years Indian won Cricket World Cup in 2011

# In which year Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act was enacted by Parliament of India?

# The concept of Directive Principles of State Policy is borrowed from

# Which order of the Civil Procedure Code provides for a ‘Representative Suit’?

# Order XXXIX, Rule 2 of the Civil Procedure Code deals with

# Which Section of the Civil Procedure Code prohibits arrest and detention of women in execution of decree for money?

# Which one is not correctly matched?

# Under which Section/Order of the Civil Procedure Code a Provision is made to provide ‘free legal services to indigent persons’?

# As provided in Section 79 of the Code of Civil Procedure a suit by the Central Government must be filed in the name of

# Which Section of the Code of Civil Procedure provisions for Right to ledge a ‘Caveat’?

# Which Section of the civil Procedure Code grant exemption to Members of Legislatures from arrest and detention under civil process?

# A mortgage by deposit of title deeds is called

# Which is not covered by the term ‘Transfer of Property’?

# The Transfer of Property Act was enacted in the year

# In which Section of Transfer of Property Act ‘Onerous gift’ is provided?

# Under Transfer of Property Act gift of future property is

# Under which Section of Transfer of Property Act ‘Fraudulent Transfer’ is defined?

# By which of the following means, transfer of actionable claim may be made?

# Bellamy v. Sabine Case is related with which doctrine?

# Which of the following interest is not transferable?

# An universal donee is liable to the creditors of the donor, the liability of the donee is

# Which of the following Sections of T.P. Act contains exceptions to the Maxim ‘Nemodat quod non-habets’?

# Which Section was amended by the Transfer of Property (Amendment) Act 2002?

# Prabodh Kumar Das v. Dantamara Tea Co. Ltd. Case is related with the following doctrine:

# How many withnesses are required for attesting an instrument under Transfer of Property Act?

# Whether partition of property can be called as transfer of property?

# Section 14 of the Transfer of Property Act deals with

# In which Section of the Transfer of Property Act the provisions regarding rights and liabilities of lessor and lessee are provided?

# ‘A’ transfer his property to ‘B’ for life and thereafter to his unborn son for life. In this case transfer of property to the unborn son is

# Which one of the following is not an essential element of a Mortgage as defined under Section 58(a) of TPA?

# ‘A’ transfer his property to ‘B’ by mortgage with the condition that for ten years ‘B’ will take the mortgage money from the income of the property and thereafter ‘A’ shall redeem the property by making the payment of remaining amount. This mortgage is

# In Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 the Provision of ‘Divorce by Mutual Consent’ was added by an

# The child born of void and voidable marriage under Hindu Law is

# The Provision for ‘maintenance pendente lite’ in Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is given in

# Concealment of pre-marriage pregnancy by the respondent can make marriage?

# A person who dies without making a will is known as ‘Intestate’. This has been defined under Hindu Sucession Act in

# The constitutional vaildity of Section 9 of Hindu Marriage Act for the first time came for consideration in the case of

# What is the effect of Judicial Separation on material relation under Hindu Marriage Act?

# Under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 the right to ‘Permanent Alimony’ is avilable

# The case relating to ‘Constructive desertion’ is

# Undr Hindu Marriage Act, Hindu includes

# Which Section of Hindu Marriage Act define ‘Spinda Relationship’?

# In which Section of Hindu Marriage Act ground of Divorce are provided?

# Section 3(c) of the Hindu Succession Act defines

# Divorce by Mutual Consent’ has been provided in

# The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 contains the minimum period of desertion for filing a suit for judicial spearation is

# A Hindu male of 30 years adpts a female child of 15 years of age. The adoption is

# Section 23 and 24 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 has been omitted by Amendment Act in

# In which Section of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 ‘bigamy’ is prohibited?

# The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 came into force on

# Dastane v. Dastane is a case on

# Under Muslim Law the right of ‘Shufaa’ is firstly available to

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

# Which one of the following is not the right of a wife on non-payment of Dower?

# Which one of the following is not a mode of Talaq?

# In case of Divorce, the period of iddat is

# Muta’ form of marriage is recognized in

# The Rule of ‘Rateable Abatement’ applies in

# Divorce by Mutual Consent in Muslim Law is known as

# Principle of ‘Musha’ is recognized by

# Bequest of ‘Life Interest’ in Muslim law is

# Doctrine of Cypres’ is related with

# Hiba of future property in Muslim Law is

# A Sunni Muslim marries a Kitabya girl, the marriage is

# Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act came into force in

# Shariat Act, 1937 came into operation on

# Marriage is Islam is a

# Which of the following is not an essential of a valid Hiba (gift)?

# Bohara Community follows which School of Muslim law?

# Under Muslim law, a will may be made of

# Dower (Mehar) absolutely belongs to

# Under which one of the following Sections of the Indian Penal Code, the word ‘offence’ has been defined?

# Under which Section of Indian Penal Code, the word ‘Extortion’ is defined?

# What is the minimum imprisonment prescribed for use of deadly weapons in dacoity under Indian Penal Code?

# Which Section of Indian Penal Code defines ‘cruelty’?

# Which Section of Indian Penal Code provides for punishment for attempt to commit suicide?

# In which Section of Indian Penal Code the words ‘Good faith’ has not been used?

# Which Section of Indian Penal Code contains doctrine of transferred malice?

# In which case the Supreme Court of India has said that the time has come when Section 309 of the IPC should be deleted by Parliament?

# In which Section of Indian Penal Code ‘Unlawful Assembly’ has been defined?

# Under which Section of IPC a hangman who hangs criminals in pursuant to the order of Judge under IPC is exempted from criminal liability?

# ‘A’ meets ‘B’ on National Highway, shows him a pistol and demands B’s purse. ‘B’ in consequence surrenders his purse. Which one of the following offence was committed by ‘A’?

# Under IPC punishment for the offence of importing girls from any country outside India or from the State of Jammu and Kashmir is upto 10 years if the age of the girl is under…….

# Which Section of the Indian Penal Code with the defence of involuntary intoxication?

# The Right of Private Defence of body extends to causing deaths if there is

# Under Which Section of the Indian Penal Code, committing theft of a computer from a shop is punishable?

# State of A.P. v. R. Punnayya case deals with distinction between which of following Sections of Indian Penal Code?

# In which case the court made a clear distinction between ‘common intention’ and ‘similar intention’?

# Assault’ under Section 351 of Indian Penal Code can be caused by

# Under which Section of Indian Penal Code Right to Private Defence of Property extends to causing death?

# Under which Section of Indian Penal Code dishonest misappropriation of property has been defined?

# Which Sections of Indian Penal Code provides for the offences relating to the Army, Navy and Air Force?

# The expression ‘unsoundness of mind’

# The offence of ‘abetment’ is constituted by

# Which one of the following writers has observed that ‘Man’s ignorance of law cannot be excused because he is bound to know it’?

# Death penalty cannot be done away with from Indian society. Life imprisonment is a rule and death penalty is an exception. Therefore, the apex court pronounced its judgement that it can be awarded only in ”rarest of rare cases”. The name of the case is

# Under Section 167 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 the maximum period of police custody of an arrested person is

# Chief Judicial Magistrate may pass a

# Under which Section of Criminal Procedure Code compensation is paid to groundlessly arrested persons?

# The accused has indefeasible right to bail when investigation is not completed within

# In which case Supreme Court of India directed the High Courts to exercise jurisdiction under Section 482 of Code of Criminal Procedure?

# In which case Supreme Court held that only a legally wedded wife can claim maintenance under Section 125 of Criminal Procedure Code?

# Which Section of Cr.P.C. deals with case diary?

# Which Section of Cr.P.C. provides that no court shall alter the judgement after it has been signed?

# Under which Section of Cr.P.C. addition or alteration of charge has been provided?

# Under which Section of Cr.P.C. a search warrant is issued?

# Section 164 of Cr.P.C. provides about which of the following?

# In which Section of the Cr.P.C. it is provided that a male child below the age of 15 years cannot be called at police station?

# Under which Section of Cr.P.C. cognizable offence has been defined?

# Under which Section of Cr.P.C. investigating officer record the Statement of witnesses?

# Monthly amount of Maintenance under Section 125 of Cr.P.C. is

# Who is authorised to appoint Public Prosecutor for a District?

# Which court will grant the anticipatory bail under Section 438 of Cr.P.C. ?

# Which Section of Cr.P.C. authorizes the Public Prosecutor to withdraw the prosecution?

# Under which Sections of Cr.P.C. Provision regarding ‘summary trial’ is given?

# Classification of Bailable and Non-bailable offences in Cr.P.C. is provided under

# In which Section of the Indian Evidence Act ‘Presumption as to Dowry Death’ is provided?

# Which one of the following is not a case on Estoppel?

# Which Section of the Indian Evidence Act lays down the rule that in certain circumstances admission can be provided by or on behalf of the person making it?

# Who can make an admission under Indian Evidence Act?

# Under Evidence Act photo of a building is

# Which of the following is the best evidence?

# Under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act, a judge is empowered to ask any question relevant or irrelevant to a witness or a party to a suit?

# In which of the following cases constitutionality of Section 73 of the Evidence Act was challenged for violation of Article 20(3) of the Constitution?

# Which one of the following is not a case on ‘Dying Declaration’?

# In which Section of the Indian Evidence Act the words ‘to form Part of the same transaction’ are provided?

# Under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act the words ‘facts not otherwise relevant, because relevant’ are provided?

# A, is accused of receiving stolen goods knowing them to be stolen. The above is the illustration of

# Which one in the following is not an exception to the ‘Rule of hearsay’?

# The form of Dying Declaration is

# The question is, whether ‘A’ committed a crime at Lucknow on certain day. The fact that, on that day ‘A’ was at Delhi, is a relevant fact under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act?

# A ‘Dying Declaration’ to be admissible under Indian Evidence Act must be made before

# Under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act, D.N.A. test can admitted in Evidence?

# Which Section of the Indian Evidence Act deals with ‘Hostile witness’?

# Which one of the following is provided under Section 133 of the Indian Evidence Act?

# Under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act bad character of an accused is not relevant?

# Under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act ‘Admission’ is defined?

# Which of the following is not a public document under the Indian Evidence Act?

# Under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act provision relating to ‘Examination-in-Chief” is provided?

# Under which Section of the Indian Evidence Act admissibility of Evidence shall be decided by the Judge?

# Which one of the following terms has not been defined by the Indian Evidence Act under Section 3?

# In which Section of the Civil Procedure Code term ‘Mesne Profits’ has been defined?

# The Provisions of Civil Procedure Code

# Order VII, Rule 10 of Civil Procedure Code provide for

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

# Under which Section of the Code of Civil Procedure ‘Inherent powers of the Court’ has been provided?

# Under which Section of th Civil Procedure Code ‘Pecuniary Jurisdiction’ of the Court has been provided?

# In which Section of the Civil Procedure Code provision relating to ‘Suit of a Civil nature’ has been provided?

# Under Which Section of Code of Civil Procedure provisions relating to ‘Principle of Res Judicata’ has been provided?

# Under which Order of Civil Procedure Code Provision relating to ‘Appointment of Receivers’ has been provided?

# Which of the following properties are liable to attachement and sale in execution of a decree under Section 60 of the Civil Procedure Code?

# Under the Code of Civil Procedure ‘pleading’ means

# Under Section 104 of the Code of Civil Procedure an appeal can be preferred against

#

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