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1#”Jurisprudence is the science of law, the statement and systematic arrangement of the rules followed by the Court and the principles involved in those rules.” Who said it?
(A) Salmond
(B) Pound
(C) Gray
(D) Stone

 

2#”Law has its source in Volksgeist.” Who said it?
(A) Maine
(B) Thibaut
(C) Hegel
(D) Savigny

 

3#”A universal law for all nations and times stands on the same line with a universal remedy for all sick people.” Who said it?
(A) Pound
(B) Ihering
(C) Ehrlich
(D) Duguit

 

4#Which of the following denotes a relation between the owner and a vague multitude of persons, none of whom is distinguished from any individuals?
(A) Right in rem
(B) Right in personam
(C) Positive right
(D) Negative right

 

5#The conclusion reached by the judge on the basis of material facts and on the exclusion of immaterial ones is
(A) Ratio-decidendi
(B) Obiter dicta
(C) Judgment
(D) None of the options

 

6#A legislation which cannot be repealed, annulled or controlled by any other legislative authority than which has made it, is
(A) Subordinate legislation
(B) Supreme legislation
(C) Executive legislation
(D) Judicial legislation

 

7#Who of the following has propounded the ‘Realist Theory of Corporate Personality’?
(A) Gierke
(B) Hohfeld
(C) Maitland
(D) Dicey

 

8#Where the subject matter of ownership is a right, such as copyright or a patent, it is called
(A) Corporeal ownership
(B) Incorporeal ownership
(C) Absolute ownership
(D) Limited ownership

 

9#Customs which are binding not due to any legal authority independently possessed by them, but because it has been expressly or impliedly incorporated in a contract between the parties to it, are
(A) Local customs
(B) Legal customs
(C) Conventional customs
(D) General custom

 

10#If the State or its instrumentality purchases shares of a company
(A) It is included in ‘State’ under Article 12 of the Constitution of India.
(B) State will be taken as an ‘authority’ within the meaning of Article 12.
(C) It is not included in ‘State’ under Article 12.
(D) Such company will be included in ‘State’ under Article 12.

 

11#Which of the following is not correct?
(A) Article 16(4) and 16(4A) do not guarantee any fundamental right to reservation.
(B) Article 16(4) and 16(4A) guarantee fundamental right to reservation.
(C) Article 16(4) and 16(4A) do not impose any Constitutional duty on the State.
(D) Article 16(4) and 16(4A) are in the nature of enabling provisions.

 

12#Which of the following is not correct?
(A) If fundamental duties are disregarded, nothing happens.
(B) Fundamental duties may be enforced by law made by the appropriate legislature.
(C) The Court may direct the Government to take steps for the enforcement of fundamental duties.
(D) Fundamental duties are enforceable by the writ of mandamus.

 

13#Which of the following is not correct?
(A) Article 32 gives power to the Supreme Court to issue any writ for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights.
(B) It is not possible for the Supreme Court to give any direction for amending the Act and the Rules.
(C) The Supreme Court can not issue any direction to the Legislature to make any particular kind of enactment.
(D) Mandamus may be issued to enforce an Act which has been passed by the Legislature.

 

14#Point out the correct response. Under Article 51 of the Constitution of India the State shall
(A) endeavour to foster respect for international law and treaty obligations in the dealings of organized people with one another.
(B) encourage settlement of international disputes through International Court of Justice.
(C) ensure that international treaties and agreements entered into by India shall have the force of law even without concerned legislation.
(D) take the matters relating to international peace and security to the Security Council.

 

15#Read the following carefully.<br>(i) The Supreme Court has held that right to life includes right to privacy but it is not absolute.<br>(ii) Right to privacy may be lawfully restricted for the prevention of crime or disorder.<br>(iii) Right to privacy may be lawfully restricted for the protection of health and morals<br>(iv) Right to privacy may be lawfully restricted for the protection of rights and freedom of others.
(A) Only (i),(ii) and (iii) are correct, (iv) is wrong.
(B) Only (i), (ii) and (iv) are correct, (iii) is wrong.
(C) Only (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct, (ii) is wrong.
(D) (i), (ii), (iii) & (iv), all are correct.

 

16#For the introduction of a bill or amendment in either house of the parliament affecting taxation in which States are interested
(A) Prior recommendation of President is required.
(B) Prior recommendation of Governor is required.
(C) Prior consent of the concerned State is required.
(D) Prior recommendation neither of the President, nor of the Governor is required.

 

17#The law declared by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts and tribunals within the territory of India. This has been provided in
(A) Article 142
(B) Article 141
(C) Article 140
(D) Article 138

 

18#Which one of the following is not included in basic structure of the Constitution?
(A) Supremacy of the Constitution.
(B) Republican and democratic form of Government.
(C) Law making procedure in the parliament.
(D) Judicial review.

 

19#Talak-ul-biddat is
(A) Complete and irrevocable divorce
(B) Incomplete and irrevocable divorce
(C) Complete and revocable divorce
(D) None of the options

 

20#The renunciation of Islam by a married Muslim woman by her conversion to a faith other than Islam
(A) shall not by itself dissolve marriage
(B) may by itself dissolve marriage
(C) shall by itself dissolve marriage
(D) None of the options

 

21#Muslim mother’s right to have the custody of minor child is known as
(A) Hizanat
(B) Hazina
(C) Khula
(D) Ahula

 

22#A Muslim girl aged 17 years was given in marriage by her grandfather and her consent was not sought. The marriage is
(A) Void
(B) Voidable
(C) Valid
(D) Revocable

 

23#A gift exceeding 1/3rd of the property of Muslim donor is:
(A) Valid
(B) Void
(C) Voidable
(D) None of the options

 

24#Acknowledgement of legitimacy by a Muslim once made is:
(A) Revocable
(B) Irrevocable
(C) Compoundable
(D) None of the options

 

25#Alienation of immovable property by a Muslim de facto guardian is
(A) Lawful
(B) void
(C) voidable
(D) None of the options

 

26#Under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, a mother is
(A) Entitled to live along with her son’s family
(B) Not entitled to live along with her son’s family
(C) Morally entitled to her son’s care
(D) Entitled to have separate accommodation from her son

 

27#An adoption made by a Hindu male without the consent of his wife is
(A) Void
(B) Voidable
(C) Valid
(D) Invalid

 

28#A marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 between two persons within prohibited degrees of relationship is
(A) Valid
(B) Void
(C) Voidable
(D) Irregular

 

29#A coparcener has
(A) a right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property but subject to the consent of all other coparceners.
(B) a right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property generally.
(C) no right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property,
(D) None of the options is correct.

 

30#Who amongst the following is not a ‘Hindu’ within the meaning of Section 2 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955?
(A) Buddhist
(B) Sikh
(C) Jain
(D) Jew

 

31#The doctrine of ‘Factum Valet’ enables to cure the violation of
(A) A directory provision or a mere matter of form.
(B) Fundamental principles.
(C) Essence of the transaction.
(D) None of the options is correct.

 

32#If the consent of a party to a Hindu marriage is obtained by force or fraud, the marriage is
(A) Valid
(B) Void
(C) Voidable
(D) Invalid

 

33#Under Section 10 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
(A) the grounds for judicial separation are the same as grounds for divorce.
(B) the grounds for judicial separation are different from the grounds for divorce.
(C) some of the grounds for judicial separation are same as the grounds for divorce with some additional grounds.
(D) None of the options is correct.

 

34#Under the Constitution of India, all aspects of family law are in the
(A) Union list
(B) State list
(C) Concurrent list
(D) None of the options

 

35#Which of the following is ‘Industry’ under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947?
(A) Census department of Government of India.
(B) Department of Social Forestry.
(C) Physical Research Laboratory.
(D) State Hospital.

 

36#Who may be the presiding officer of Industrial Tribunal under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
(A) A District Judge or an Additional District Judge.
(B) Any judicial officer having the experience of not less than seven years.
(C) A Deputy Chief Labour Commissioner (Central).
(D) A Judge of High Court.

 

37#Section 25(G) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 deals with
(A) Procedure for retrenchment.
(B) Re-employment of retrenched worker.
(C) Condition precedent to retrenchment.
(D) None of the options.

 

38#The dissolution of a registered trade union has been dealt with under
(A) Section 24 of Trade Unions Act, 1927.
(B) Section 26 of Trade Unions Act, 1927.
(C) Section 27 of Trade Unions Act, 1927.
(D) Section 28 of Trade Unions Act, 1927.

 

39#Under Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 ‘Salary’ or ‘Wage’ per mensem for an employee to receive bonus is (Questions like this should be used for reference. Since the actual numbers may change over time. Students should look up for the current numbers)
(A) Rs. 3,500
(B) Rs. 10,000
(C) Rs. 15,000
(D) Rs. 21,000

 

40#The Employees’ Compensation Commissioner under the Employees’ Compensation Act, 1923 is appointed by
(A) Central Government.
(B) State Government.
(C) Either by Central Government or by State Government.
(D) None of the options

 

41#Ensuring the safety, health and welfare of the employees is the primary purpose of the
(A) Factories Act, 1948
(B) Payment of Wages Act, 1936
(C) Equal Remuneration Act, 1976
(D) Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

 

42#In every factory the occupier shall employ welfare officers if the number of employed persons there is
(A) 300
(B) 400
(C) 500
(D) 1,000

 

43#For any product to be registered as a ‘Patent Right’, it requires
(A) Novelty, inventive steps and non-obviousness
(B) Novelty, discovery and obviousness
(C) Invention only.
(D) None of the options

 

44#The term of every patent in India is
(A) Ten years from the date of filing the patent application
(B) Fifteen years from the date of filing the patent application
(C) Twenty years from the date of filing the patent application
(D) Twenty-five years from the date of filing the patent application

 

45#In India, the literary work is protected until
(A) Lifetime of author
(B) 25 years after the death of author
(C) 40 years after the death of author
(D) 60 years after the death of author

 

46#Under the Copyright Act, if the term of the years of the assignment is not mentioned then it is assigned for
(A) 3 years
(B) 2 years
(C) 5 years
(D) 1 year

 

47#The work of copyright which subsists in musical work is
(A) Music and its graphical notation
(B) Lyrics
(C) Songs
(D) Performance by Actors

 

48#Trademark law protects
(A) Words, symbols or devices that differentiate goods or services from one another.
(B) Only brand names
(C) Names of specific people and places
(D) Inventions that feature some sort of utility function

 

49#Which of the following is one of the key characteristics of a trademark?
(A) A trademark identifies a product’s origin
(B) Slogans are not covered under trademark law
(C) Trademarks are never an indicator of quality
(D) Trademarks are “shorthand” for retailers to use in determining pricing strategy

 

50#Consensus ad idem in the law of contract means
(A) Meeting of minds
(B) Conditional consent by a party
(C) Unconditional consent by a party
(D) None of the options

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JNVU LLM Entrance - 125 Mock Tests Series & Previous Question Papers
  • JNVU LLM previous question papers with answer keys - 2017 to latest exam
  • 75 Full Length Mock tests of 100 questions each - from a question bank of 9000+ selected MCQs
  • 50 Mini Mock tests of 25 questions each - for quick practice sessions
  • Each Full Mock Test is designed as a Model Paper
  • Summarized overview of Important Jurisprudence topics
  • Overview of all Constitutional Amendments
  • All Tests & Previous Papers are timed and have Negative marking for realistic simulation
  • Questions & Answer Choices randomly shuffled in every attempt for better practice
  • Over 100 LawMint users were offered seats across various NLUs in CLAT PG 2020 - Including NLSIU, NALSAR & NLU Delhi
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I would like to thank you for the CLAT PG LLM COURSE. Practising mock tests there helped me in getting confidence and hence I was able to get AIR 45 in CLAT PG LLM 2020 - Akshay Awasthi

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