TS SET Law Previous Question Paper II 2013

26. Divorce by Muslim husband on request of his wife willing to forego dower in consideration for divorce is known as
(A) Muta
(B) Zihar
(C) Khula
(D) Mubaraa

27. If the sum fixed represents a genuine pre estimate of the probable damages that are likely to result from a breach of contract, it is considered as
(A) Liquidated damages
(B) Penal damages
(C) Special damages
(D) General damages

28. As a general principle of Law of Contract, which one of the following is NOT an essential of a valid contract ?
(A) Writing
(B) Competency to contract
(C) Lawful consideration and lawful object
(D) Free consent

29. Consider the following statements
1) An agreement made without consideration is void
2) Consideration should have some value in the eye of law
3) Consideration has to be adequate.
Which of the statements given above is/ are correct ?
(A) 1, 2, 3
(B) 1, 2
(C) 1, 3
(D) 3 only

30. Consider the following statements
1) Void contract means an agreement which is perfectly valid at the inception but rendered void due to subsequent developments.
2) Void agreement is an agreement which is void from the inception.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?
(A) 1 only
(B) 2 only
(C) Both 1 and 2
(D) Neither 1 nor 2

31. The given item consists of two statements one labelled as the Assertion (A) and the other as Reason (R). Examine these two statements carefully and select the answers to these items using the codes given below.
Assertion A : Applicant under voluntary retirement scheme is bound to retire once the employer receives the application.
Reason R : Applicant need not retire because his application amounts to offer of retirement through V.R.S. scheme.
(A) Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A
(B) Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A
(C) A is true but R is false
(D) A is false but R is true

32. When the promisor declares that he will not perform the contract even before the time is ripe to perform the same. Which of the following courses of action available to promisee ?
1) Can wait till the stipulated time is over and then sue
2) Can sue immediately even before the stipulated time
3) Can sue only after he performs his part of contract deal
4) Can sue only after offering extra time to promisor to reconsider his decision to withdraw
(A) I, II & III
(B) I & II
(C) I & IV
(D) II & III

33. The main supporter of the theory that it is a law of tort but not law of torts is
(A) Winfield
(B) Salmond
(C) Fleming
(D) Kelsen

34. The Rule in Rylands Vs Fletcher does not apply when the escape is due to
(A) Inevitable accident
(B) Lis Major
(C) Negligence of the defendant
(D) Mistake

35. Which one of the following acts correctly identifies the specific defences available in an action for defamation ?
(A) Privilege, truth, fair comment
(B) Privilege, mistake, fair comment
(C) Truth, mistake, fair comment
(D) Truth, privilege, mistake

36. The maxim Ubi jus ibi remedium means
(A) Where there is suffering there is remedy
(B) No violation, no damage
(C) Where there is a right, there is remedy
(D) Right does not lead to damage

37. In case of damage caused by escape of ferocious animals, the person having control over will be liable for any damage caused
(A) Only on proof of negligence
(B) Even without proof of negligence
(C) Only on proof of malice
(D) On proof of animals nature

38. A without provocation makes a false statement in a gathering that B is suffering from AIDS. Here A is
(A) Not liable because there is no defamation
(B) Not liable because defence of privilege available to him
(C) Liable because it is a slander actionable per se
(D) Liable because the statement is made in presence of B

39. What is the age of a child if he is to be exempted from criminal liability ?
(A) Below 10 years
(B) Below 7 years
(C) Below 6 years
(D) Below 12 years

40. Defence of insanity is developed on which of the following ?
(A) Automation
(B) Mc Naughten’s rules
(C) Irresistible impulse
(D) Equivocality test

41. A, an officer of a court is ordered by the Court to affect the arrest of P. But believing Q to be P, he arrests Q. A is guilty of
(A) Illegal arrest
(B) No offence if after enquiries he arrested
(C) Wrongful restraint
(D) Wrongful confinement

42. Which of the following offences against women are dealt under Indian Penal Code ?
1) Outraging the modesty of woman
2) Rape
3) Insulting the women
4) Sedation
Code :
(A) 1, 2, 3
(B) 1, 3, 4
(C) 2, 3, 4
(D) 1, 2, 4

43. Common intention implies
(A) Similar intention
(B) Pre-arranged planning
(C) Presence of common knowledge
(D) Common design for common objects

44. The Actus reus is made up of
(A) Physical Act
(B) Mental Condition
(C) Conduct
(D) Injury

45. Doctor’s clinic
(A) is an industry under I.D. Act 1947
(B) is not an industry under I.D. Act 1947
(C) is an industry in exceptional case
(D) none of the above

46. Registration of ‘Trade Union’
(A) is compulsory
(B) is not compulsory
(C) only in case of govt. industries it is compulsory
(D) none of the above

47. Under I.D. Act 1947 an existing industrial dispute may be referred to arbitration
(A) by a written agreement
(B) by an oral agreement
(C) by a registered agreement
(D) none of the above

48. U/S 22(1) of the I.D. Act 1947 once notice is given by the person he shall go on strike
(A) within 8 weeks from the date of giving notice
(B) within 9 weeks from the date of giving notice
(C) within 5 weeks from the date of giving notice
(D) within 6 weeks from the date of giving notice

49. Retrenchment under Section 2(00) of the Industrial Disputes Act 1947 involves
(A) Voluntary retirement of the workman
(B) Retirement on reaching age of superannuation
(C) Termination of services of a workman on grounds of continued ill health
(D) None of the above

50. Right to form trade union is
(A) Fundamental Right
(B) Constitutional Right
(C) Statutory Right
(D) Both Fundamental Right and Statutory Right

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