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Q. In which of the offences the actual commission of offence is not punished but it’s attempt is punished?
– When the execution of murder falls short.
– Causing miscarriage.
– Suicide.
– Exposure with intention to abandon the child.

Q. An offender claiming exemption of criminal liability under Section 84 of Indian Penal Code must be incapable of knowing
– the nature of the act
– the act was contrary to law
– the act was wrong
– All of the choices

Q. There is no right of private defence against an act done, by any person under the direction of a public servant but is subjected to fulfilment of certain condition like
– the act must be done in good faith.
– the direction was not strictly justifiable by law.
– The directed act has not been generated reasonable apprehension of death.
– All of the choices.

Q. The Indian Penal Code makes a broad distinction between principal wrong doer and an abettor and does not recognize the accessory except in case of harboring when
– Instigating a person to commit an offence.
– Engaging in a conspiracy to commit an offence.
– Intentionally aiding a person to commit an offence.
– None of the choices.

Q. In order to attract application of Sec.304-B of Indian Penal Code it is essential that the death has occurred within ______.
– Seven years but as engagement is part of marriage the period of limitation should be counted from that date.
– Actual death should have occurred within seven years of her marriage.
– Actual cruelty should have been for demand of dowry whether or not death resulted after seven years of marriage.
– Depends upon possibility to ruling out an accidental death within the period of seven years.

Q. Administration of unwholesome drug is strictly punishable under law even though it may not cause hurt. Under what provision of law punishment can be inflicted?
– Section 324
– Section 328
– Section 326
– All of the choices

Q. A police officer arrested a person without warrant who was drunk and creating disturbance in a public street. The action of police amounts to ______.
– Detention
– Wrongful confinement
– Wrongful restrain
– None of the choices

Q. The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 shall have precedence over other laws and therefore, the provisions of the Act shall have effect despite the inconsistency with the provisions of any other enactment. However it is subject to
– The Mines Act, 1952
– Atomic Energy Act, 1962
– The Factories Act, 1948
– None of the choices

Q. Which of the following is popularly known as “Forest Conservation Case”?
– Environment Awareness Forum Vs. State of J & K, 1999 1 SCC 210
– T.N. Godavarman Thirumulk Pad Vs. Union of India, 1997 2 SCC 267
– M.C. Metha Vs. Union of India, 1992 1 SCC 358
– Tata Engineering & Locomotive Co. Ltd Vs State of Bihar, 2000 5 SCC 346

Q. Taj Trapezium case is between
– Indian Council for Enviro- Legal Action Vs. Union of India, 1996 3 SCC 212
– Ramji Patel Vs Nagarik Upbhokta Marg Darshak Manch, 2000 3 SCC 29
– Vineet Kumar Mathur Vs. Union of India, 1996 7 SCC 714
– M.C. Metha Vs. Union of India, 1997 2 SCC 353

Q. The increased noise level can cause loss of hearing and irreversible changes in nervous system. Mention the Safe Noise Level fixed by the World Health Organisation.
– 80 decibels
– 90 decibels
– 60 decibels
– 45 decibels

Q. The United Nations proclaimed which of the following day as the “International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade”?
– 10th Nov. 1980
– 12th Sept. 1980
– 10th Nov. 1990
– 12th Sept. 1990

Q. The Central or State Board under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 is required to meet at least
– every one month
– every two months
– every three months
– every six months

Q. The “precautionary principle” and the “polluter pays principle” are part of the Environmental Law of our country.
– TRUE
– FALSE
– Partly true and partly false
– None of the choices

Q. International Law is defined as Law of Nations or International Law is the name for the body of customary and conventional rules which are considered legally binding by civilized States in their relation with each other.
Above statement is attributed to
– Charles G.Fenwick
– J.G. Starke
– J.L. Brierly
– L. Oppenheim

Q. Assertion (A): Custom is a rule of conduct, obligatory on part of those who are within its sphere, established by long usage and practice.
Reason (R): Rule of conduct are obligatory in any established sphere.
– 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. Which of the following statements is true?
– Pacta tertius nec nocent nec prosunt, means the UN Charter cannot bind non members.
– The General Assembly has the essential element of binding decision.
– The Security Council is an advisory body only.
– The Security Council may never take action involving use of armed forces.

Q. In which case the following principle was laid down?
“The absence of one party’s consent to jurisdiction when proceedings were instituted was cured by subsequent consent to jurisdiction given outside, and without specific reference to the proceedings before the court.”
– Mavrommatis Palestine Concessions case (Jurisdiction), PCIJ Series A, No. 2, P. 34.
– Corfu Channel case (Preliminary objections), ICJ Rep. 1952, PP. 102 – 03.
– Electricity Co. of Sofia case, Series A/B. No. 77, P. 77.
– Right of Passage Over Indian Territory case (Preliminary objections), ICJ Rep., 1957, P. 125.

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

List – I
(i) Positive International Morality
(ii) Source of International Law
(iii) Agreement of States
(iv) Subrogation

List – II
(a) Treatycontract
(b) Stepping into shoes of another
(c) Judicial pronouncements
(d) John Austin
– i-(d) ii-(b) iii-(c) iv-(a)
– i-(d) ii-(c) iii-(b) iv-(a)
– i-(c) ii-(d) iii-(a) iv-(b)
– i-(d) ii-(c) iii-(a) iv-(b)

Q. Which of the following statement is true?
– A recommendation of General Assembly may be without true legal effect, it may have effects of a moral and political character.
– A decision of General Assembly may be with true legal effect, it may not be without effects of a moral and political character.
– A decision of General Assembly is immoral and unethical, if it is without true legal effect.
– None of the choices.

Q. Legal effects of recognition are
(i) Recognised State can sue in municipal courts of recognizing State.
(ii) Recognised State can claim possession of property situated within jurisdiction of the recognizing State which formerly belonged to preceding government.
(iii) The recognized State becomes entitled to claim sovereign immunity from being impleaded in the municipal courts of the recognizing State.
(iv) The recognized State acquires the capacity to enter into diplomatic relations with other States and to conclude treaties with them.
– (i) only
– (i) and (ii) only
– (i), (ii) and (iii) only
– (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)

Q. Which one of the following is not condition with regard to the persons who may be adopted, under Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956?
– He or she must be a Hindu.
– He or she must has not already been adopted.
– He or she must consent to adoption.
– He or she must has not completed the age of fifteen years, unless there is custom.

Q. The right to contract a minor in marriage under Muslim Law, belongs, successively to
I. Father
II. Mother
III. Paternal grand father
IV. Brother
– I, II, III, IV
– I, III, IV, II
– III, IV, I, II
– II, III, IV, I

Q. 49. Under Section 19 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, a petition in a Matrimonial case has to be filed at the place
– where the respondent, at the time of the presentation of the petition, resides.
– where the parties to the marriage last resided together.
– in case the wife is the petitioner, where she is residing on the date of presentation of the petition.
– All the above.

Q. In which of the following case the question of constitutional validity of Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, came for consideration for the first time?
– Saroja Rani V. Sundarshan Kumar
– Bipin Chandra V. Prabhavati
– Savitry Pandey V. Premchandra Pandey
– Lachman V. Meena

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