UGC NET CBSE Paper II Law 2004 December Question Paper

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Q. A person consulted a doctor and got a prescription, but no one spoke about fee :
– Patient has to pay fee as doctor demands
– Patient has to pay as he wish to pay
– Doctor can charge reasonable fee
– Court shall decide the fee of doctor

Q. Silence amounts to fraud :
– Always
– When duty to speak is not fulfilled
– Never
– None of the choices

Q. Slander is not actionable per se. It means :
– Intention is to be proved
– Damages are to be proved
– Breach of duty is to be proved
– None of the choices

Q. The doctrine of contributory negligence is not applicable, when negligence is committed by :
– Women
– Child
– State
– None of the choices

Q. A driver was reversing a car. There was a child behind the car but the child was not injured at all. The mother of the child looking from some distance was shocked under misconception that an accident of her child took place.
– Driver will be liable for nervous shock
– Not liable
– Liable at the discretion of court
– None of the choices

Q. If defamatory statement is true, the affected party can :
– Claim damages
– Cannot claim
– Partial damages are allowed
– None of the choices

Q. For negligence, which theory is correct :
– Objective theory
– Subjective theory
– Objective as well as subjective theory
– None of the choices

Q. Due to earthquake a tenant died. The Landlord can take defence of :
– Inevitable accident
– Act of God
– Volenti non fit injuria
– Statutory Authority

Q. Under which one of the following sections of the Indian Penal Code, the word “offence” has been defined :
– Sec. 39
– Sec. 40
– Sec. 41
– Sec. 42

Q. Which one of the following is not essential to attract the provisions of sec. 149 of the Indian Penal Code ?
– Any member of unlawful assembly may commit an offence
– Offence is committed after pre meeting of minds
– Offence is committed in prosecuting of common object of the unlawful assembly
– Unlawful assembly consists five or more than five persons having common object enumerated under section 141 of the Indian Penal Code

Q. X, a married woman being annoyed from family quarrels, threatens her husband that she would commit suicide by falling into a nearby well. She runs towards the well but at a distance she is stopped from committing suicide by some a stranger from behind. Decide liability.
– X is liable for an attempt to commit suicide
– X is not liable for attempt to suicide since she did not actually attempt
– X is liable for threatening of suicide
– X is not liable since attempt to suicide is decriminalized

Q. Point out the correct statement :
X abets Y to beat Z. While Y was beating Z, he causes fracture in Z’s leg.
– X is liable for abetment to cause simple hurt
– X is liable for abetment to cause grievous hurt
– X is not liable for grievous hurt because he did not abet Y to cause it
– None of the choices is correct

Q. Which one of the following is NOT an essential of an offence ?
– Motive
– Intention
– Punishment
– Prohibited act

Q. X, a boy of 22 years sits on the cot of a sleeping girl of 19 years old and pulls down her lower clothes Point out correct answer :
– X is liable for punishment undersection 376 of the Indian Penal Code
– X is liable for punishment undersection 354 of the Indian Penal Code
– X is liable for punishment undersection 509 of the Indian Penal Code
– X is liable for punishment under all the sections enumerated above

Q. Employer’s instrument of coercion is known as :
– Layoff
– Closure
– Lockout
– Retrenchment

Q. The definition of ‘industry’ was amended in the year :
– 1981
– 1982
– 1984
– 1988

Q. In which case the Supreme Court declared that an educational institution is ‘industry’ :
– Coir Board
– Bangalore Water Supply
– University of Delhi Vs. Ram Nath
– Hamdard University Case

Q. Termination of service of a workman for any reason whatsoever (except disciplinary action and voluntary retirement) is :
– Dismissal
– Discharge
– Retrenchment
– None of the choices

Q. The Minimum number of workmen required for registration of a trade union is :
– 7
– 8
– 9
– 10

Q. ‘Last come first go’ rule is applicable in the case of :
– Closure
– Lockout
– Transfer of undertaking
– Retrenchment

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