GNDU LLM Entrance Previous Question Paper 2019

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(A) Objective Questions

(To be answered in the OMR Sheet)

1. Ancient Hindu Law says that possession and ownership are conceptions
(a) Exactly Same
(b) Totally differed
(c) Identical
(d) Similar

2. The Preamble of the Constitution of India declares India to be.
(a) Sovereign, Socialist Democratic Republic
(b) Sovereign, Socialist Secular Democratic Republic
(c) Socialist, Secular Democratic Republic
(d) Sovereign, Secular Democratic Republic

3. The Attorney General of India is appointed by
(a) The President of India
(b) The Vice-President of India
(c) The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
(d) Screening test of Senior Advocates of Supreme court by U.P.S.C.

4. ‘A’ is an infirm Adult Male. His Nursing attendant ‘V’ induces him to agree to pay to X’ an unreasonable sum of money. V has committed:
(a) Moral wrong
(b) Criminal wrong
(c) Undue Influence
(d) Coercion

5. Hadley v Baxendale is a leading case on:
(a) General Offer
(b) Privity of Contract
(c) Remoteness of damages
(d) None

7 Nulla poena sine lege means
(a) Individual criminal responsibility
(b) conviction and punishment in accordance with the law
(c) Ignorance of criminal law of the country of which you have immigrated is no excuse
(d) Ignorance of law is as such not excused

8. The words socialist’ and secular were incorporated in Indian Constitution:
(a) At the time of passing
(b) first amendment
(c) 42nd amendment
(d) 44th amendment

9. Under the UN charter the inherent right of individual or collective self-defence a member state is available in:
(a) Article 42
(b) Article 2 (4)
(c) Article 41
(d) Article 51

10. The Lotus case was decided primarily on the basis of:
(a) Customary Law
(b) General principles of law recognized by Civilized Nations
(c) Equity
(d) Judicial precedents

11. When two persons descend from a common ancestor by the same wife, they are said to be related to each other by:
(a) Full blood
(b) Half blood
(c) Uterine blood
(d) Identical twins

12. The Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act was enacted on:
(a) 21st November, 1955
(b) 21st November, 1956
(c) 21st December, 1955
(d) 21st December. 1956

13. Ryland v Fletcher deals with:
(a) Strict Liability
(b) absolute liability
(c) State Liability
(d) all of above

(B) Subjective questions

1. Short Answer Type, To be answered in the answer Sheet provided.
2. Attempt any five of the following; Each Question is of Ten (Total 50 Marks)

1. Public safety laws and Human Rights.
2. Attempt to suicide as an Offence.
3. Judicial Accountability.
4. Embargo as a Sanction behind International Law.
5. Joint Custody of a Child to the estranged parents.
6. Rights of the Consumer.

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