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Q. In E.P. Royappa case which of the Supreme Court Judge propounded the new concept of Equality as “Equality is a dynamic concept with many aspects and dimensions and it cannot be ‘crippled, combined and confined’ within traditional and doctrinaire limits”?
– Justice Y.V. Chandrachud
– Justice P.N. Bhagawati
– Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer
– Justice O.P. Chinnapa Reddy

Q. The State shall make provisions for securing just and humane conditions of work and for maternity relief is found
– As a part of the Preamble to the Constitution of India.
– As a Fundamental Right under Art 21 of the Constitution of India.
– As a Directive Principle of the State Policy.
– As a Fundamental Duty of the State.

Q. Fundamental duties under Part IV A was inserted in the Constitution by
– 17th Amendment
– 25th Amendment
– 42nd Amendment
– 44th Amendment

Q. The powers of the President of India are
– Supra-Constitutional
– Beyond the Constitution
– In accordance with the Parliament of India
– In accordance with the Constitution of India

Q. Which one of the following has been considered as authority of power?
– The Constitution of India
– The President of India
– The Parliament of India
– The Supreme Court of India

Q. In which of the following judgmentsit was held that according to Art. 226, Courts are flooded with large number of PIL, so it is desirable for Courts to filter out frivolous petitions and dismiss them with costs?
– Deepak Sharma vs. Vineeta Sharma
– Dharampal vs. State of Uttar Pradesh
– Holicow Pictures Pvt. Ltd. vs. Premchandra Mishra
– M.C. Mehta vs. Union of India

Q. A resolution for the revocation of the proclamation of National Emergency may be moved by
– Ten members of Lok Sabha
– One-fifth of the total membership of the Lok Sabha.
– One-tenth of the total membership of the Lok Sabha.
– One-fifteenth of the total membership of the Lok Sabha.

Q. Answer the following using the codes given below:
Administrative Law deals with:
(i) Composition, powers and functions of the administrative authorities.
(ii) Procedures to be followed by the administrative authorities in the exercise of their powers and functions.
(iii) Methods of control of powers of the administrative authorities.
(iv) Remedies available to a person in case of violation of his rights by the administrative authorities.
– Only (i) is correct.
– Only (i) and (ii) are correct.
– Only (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct.
– All of the choices are correct.

Q. Read Assertion (A) and Reason (R) and with the help of codes given below, point out the correct explanation:
Assertion (A): One of the principles of natural justice is, ‘No man shall be judge in his own cause’.
Reason (R): Principles of natural justice require fair play in action.
– (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
– (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
– (A) is true and (R) is false.
– (A) is false and (R) is true.

Q. Match List-I with List-II and indicate the correct answer using the codes given below:

List – I
(a)A.K. Kraipak vs. Union of India
(b)ManakLal vs. Dr. Prem Chand
(c)Maneka Gandhi vs. Union of India
(d)Olga Tellis vs. Bombay Municipal Corporation

List – II
(i) Post decisional hearing
(ii) Personal bias
(iii) Pecuniary bias
(iv) Reasonable opportunity of hearing
– a-(i) b-(ii) c-(iii) d-(iv)
– a-(i) b-(iii) c-(iv) d-(ii)
– a-(ii) b-(iii) c-(i) d-(iv)
– a-(iii) b-(ii) c-(iv) d-(i)

Q. Answer the following using the codes given below:
Which of the following doctrines were developed by the Court to control the administrative actions?
(i) Doctrine of Promissory Estoppel.
(ii) Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations.
(iii) Doctrine of Separation of Power and Rule of Law.
(iv) Judicial Activism.
– Only (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct.
– Only (ii) and (iv) are correct.
– Only (i) and (iii) are correct.
– All of the choices are correct.

Q. Answer the following using the codes given below:
In which of the following grounds the judicial review of an administrative action be made?
(i) Abuse of discretion
(ii) Mala fide or bad faith
(iii) Irrelevant consideration
(iv) Unreasonableness
– Only (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct.
– Only (i) and (ii) are correct.
– Only (ii) and (iii) are correct.
– All (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct.

Q. A writ of mandamus will not lie against
– President of India
– Parliament
– Local authorities
– Courts and Tribunals

Q. Match List-I with List-II and indicate the correct answer using the codes given below:

List – I
(a)Bring the body before the Court
(b)Petitioner’s legal right to compel the performance of public duty
(c)By what authority a person is holding the public post
(d)Action ofsubordinate Courtin violation of theprinciples of natural justice

List – II
(i) Writ of Mandamus
(ii) Writ of Certiorari
(iii) Writ of Habeas Corpus
(iv) Writ of Quo warranto
– a-(i) b-(ii) c-(iii) d-(iv)
– a-(iii) b-(i) c-(iv) d-(ii)
– a-(iii) b-(ii) c-(i) d-(iv)
– a-(iii) b-(iv) c-(ii) d-(i)

Q. Which one of the following States has not yet established the institution of Lokayukta?
– Uttar Pradesh
– Karnataka
– Uttarakhand
– None of the choices

Q. A legal person is any subject matter other than a human being to which law attributes personality. Who said these words?
– Savigny
– Bentham
– Austin
– Salmond

Q. Pure theory of Law is an exercise in logic and not life. This observation was made by
– Pound
– Savigny
– Maine
– Harold Laski

Q. Law is derived from social facts and not dependent on State authority but on social compulsion. Who said this?
– Putchta
– Ehrlich
– Friedman
– Pound

Q. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
– Sieuteretero out alierum non laedas: To use your own property as not to injure your neighbour’s right
– Re Legitima Portis: A person cannot dispose of his entire property
– Jus turtii: To set up title of a third person other than himself or the plaintiff
– Nec vi neccalurprecario: Possession must show to the competitor

Q. Assertion (A): In India the distinction between legal and equitable ownership is not recognized.
Reason (R): The trustees are, subject to the law relating to trust and trustees, bound to carry out the trust according to the dictates of the maker of the trust.
Examine the above statements (A) and Reason (R) and select whether the reason is a correct explanation of the assertion using the codes given below:
– Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
– Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
– (A) is true, but (R) is false.
– (A) is false, but (R) is true.

Q. The purpose theory is based on the assumption that “person is applicable only to human beings; they alone can be the subjects of rural relations”. Who developed this theory of Brinz in England?
– Barker
– Duguit
– Salmond
– Hoffman

Q. Ownership in its comprehensive signification denotes the relation between a person and any right that is vested in him. That which a man owns in this sense is in all cases a right.
Who is the exponent of this theory?
– Miss Tay
– Maitland
– Salmond
– Fuller

Q. Legal rights are institutional rights to decisions in Courts. Institutions about justice presuppose a fundamental right, namely, the right to equality, which I call the right to equal concern and respect.
Who propounded this theory in relation to natural rights?
– Dworkin
– Fuller
– Jerome Hall
– Professor Hart

Q. Fill in the gap that is mostappropriate.
Whoever entices a girl child of less than 16 years has said to have caused kidnapping out of the keeping of the lawful ______.
– Parents
– Foster parents
– Adopted parents
– Guardians

Q. Fill in the gap with the offence that the accused has committed. Whoever dishonestly uses any moveable property to his own advantage has committed the offence of ______.
– Breach of trust
– Wrongful gain
– Misappropriation
– None of the choices

UGC NET Law 2018 - Online Practice Pack - With 100 mock tests & 42 previous question papers
  • 50 Full Length Mock Tests - 100 Questions each - as per the latest 2018 Pattern
  • 50 Mini Mock Tests - 25 Questions each - for quick practice sessions
  • All objective type Previous question Paper III's - June 2012 to Nov 2017 - 13 Question Papers
  • Previous question Paper II's - Dec 2004 to July 2018 - 29 Question Papers
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