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#”The movement of progressive societies has hitherto been a movement from status to contract”. The statement has been made by:
1. Savigny
2. Puchta
3. Maine
4. Burke

#Which of the following statements describes the relationship between law and morality among non-positive legal theorists?
1. Law is always in advance of moral ideas.
2. Morality is generally in advance of the law.
3. The law is inextricably bound up with morals.
4. There is no relationship between law and morality.

#The main purpose of ‘Corporation Sole’ is to
1. Make the property easily inheritable
2. Make the property easily transferable
3. Maintain continuity of an office
4. Protect the property of state

#’The real relation of Jurisprudence to Law depends not upon what law is treated, but how Law is treated.’ is said by:
1. Gierke
2. Gray
3. Rawls
4. Duguit

#In which case the Supreme Court held that the Preamble does form part of the Constitution?
1. Re Berubari Union and Exchange of Enclaves
2. Minerva Mills v. Union of India
3. Keshava Nand Bharti v. State of Kerala
4. S.R. Bommai v. Union of India

#Under Article 14 of the Indian Constitution, the term ‘Equal Protection of the Laws’ has been taken from the:
1. American Constitution
2. British Constitution
3. Australian Constitution
4. Canadian Constitution

#Article 72 of the Indian Constitution makes a provision for:
1. Discharge of the President’s functions in other contingencies.
2. Power of President to grant pardons etc, and to suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases.
3. Extent of executive power of the Union
4. Council of Ministers to aid and advise the President

#In which case, in respect of natural justice, Lord Denning said that “With a good man in the saddle, the unruly horse can be kept under control. It can jump over obstacles. It can leap fences put up by fictions and come down on the other side of justice.”?
1. Enderby Town Football Club Ltd. v. Football Association Ltd.
2. Canara Bank v. Debasis Das
3. R.V. Hendon Rural District Council
4. American Cyanamide Co. v. Federal Trade Commission

#The words ‘International Law’ were used for the first time by which one of the following eminent Jurists?
1. Oppenheim
2. W. Friedmann
3. Austin
4. Jeremy Bentham

#Which of the following chapters of the United Nations Charter deals with pacific settlement of disputes?
1. Chapter VI
2. Chapter VII
3. Chapter III
4. Chapter II

#In which of the following cases, the rule, that “there is no distinction between ‘de facto’ and ‘de jure’ recognition for the purpose of giving effect to the internal acts of the recognised authority” was not applied?
1. Bank of Ethiopia v. National Bank of Egypt
2. Luther v. James Sagor
3. Bank of China v. Wells Fargo Bank & Union Trust
4. The Arantzazu Mendi case

#Which of the following provisions of the Statute of International Court of Justice lists “General Principles of Law Recognized by Civilised States” as the third source of International law?
1. Article 38 (a)
2. Para (1) (c) of Article 38
3. Article 38 (b)
4. Para (3) (c) of Article 38

#’A’ an officer of a court of justice, being ordered by that court to arrest Y, and after due enquiry, believing T to be Y, arrests Z. ‘A’ has committed:
1. An offence of wrongful confinement
2. An offence of wrongful restraint
3. An offence of criminal trespass
4. No offence

#Section 102 of the Indian Penal code deals with the provision relating to:
1. When the right of private defence of property extends to causing death.
2. Right of private defence against deadly assault when there is a risk of harm to an innocent person.
3. Commencement and continuance of a right of private defence of the body.
4. When the right of private defence of the body extends to causing death.

#The provision regarding ‘selling minors for purposes of prostitution etc’ is given in Indian Penal code under:
1. Section 372
2. Section 373
3. Section 370 A
4. Section 371

#Section 376 DB of Indian Penal Code provides for the
1. Punishment for gang rape of a woman under sixteen years of age
2. Punishment of rape of woman under twelve years of age
3. Punishment for gang rape of a woman under twelve years of age
4. Punishment for causing death or resulting in a persistent vegetative state of the victim

#According to whom is it ‘Law of Tort’ and not ‘Law of Torts’?
1. Winfield
2. Pollock
3. Fraser
4. Salmond

#”A tort is a civil wrong for which, the remedy is an action for damages and which is not exclusively breach of contract or breach of trust or breach of merely equitable obligation”. The above definition was given by:
1. Salmond
2. Winfield
3. Fraser
4. Clerk and Lindsell

#When two motorists coming from opposite directions in their cars collide with each other and in the process, they injure seriously a person who was standing on the roadside, the two motorists are:
1. Independent tortfeasors
2. Participate in contributory negligence
3. Two negligent persons
4. Joint tortfeasors

#The maxim “Salus Populi Suprema Lex” means
1. Welfare of people is supreme law
2. Increasing population is the supreme cause of concern
3. No man is above low
4. Whatever the public collectively say, is the law

#”Threatening to commit certain acts forbidden by Indian Penal Code” to induce a person to enter into a contract is associated with:
1. Undue influence
2. Coercion
3. Criminal intimidation
4. Threat

#”An offer cannot be accepted unless it was brought to the knowledge of the person to whom it is made”. This was laid down in the case of
1. Lalman Shukla v. Gauri Dutt
2. Balfour v. Balfour
3. McGregor v. McGregor
4. Carlill v. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.

#Frustration of a contract occurs in two conditions. Firstly, where the contract has become physically impossible and secondly, where the object has failed. The above was laid down the case of
1. Krell vs Henry
2. Paradine vs Jane
3. Taylor vs Caldwell
4. Komal Rani vs Chandram

#A party who suffers loss as a result of a breach of contract can in the usual course claim
1. Ordinary damages
2. Special damages
3. Exemplary damages
4. Penal damages

#Which one of the following is not an ‘Ancient Source’ of Hindu Law?
1. Smriti
2. Precedents
3. Digests
4. Shruti

#Which of the following is NOT a feature of ‘Mitakshara Coparcenary’
1. Unobstructed heritage
2. Obstructed heritage
3. Unpredictable and fluctuating interest
4. Community of interest and unity of possession

#Rules relating to ‘Sapinda Relationship’ are based on the principle of
1. Endogamy
2. Polyandry
3. Polygyny
4. Exogamy

#A bigamous Hindu marriage is
1. Void but not punishable
2. Void and punishable
3. Voidable
4. Valid

#National Commission of Minorities was established under which of the following provisions?
1. Article 328 of the Constitution.
2. Article 328A of the Constitution,
3. Section 3 of National Commission of Minorities Act, 1992.
4. Article 280 of the Constitution of India

#Read Assertion (A) and Reason (R) and with the help of codes given below point out the correct explanation.
Assertion (A) : In murder both the elements of intention and knowledge are required to be proved the intention to injure and the knowledge about the consequences of injury relating to a particular victim.
Reason (R) : The word ‘knowledge’ imparts ascertaining and not merely probability.
1. Both (A) and (R) are individually true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
2. Both (A) and (R) are individually true and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
3. (A) is true but (R) is false
4. (A) is false but (R) is true

#The Commission on Sustainable Development was established in which year?
1. 1972
2. 1982
3. 1992
4. 2002

#The legally binding limit to carbon emission was laid down in
1. Kyoto Protocol on Global Warming, 1997
2. Copenhagen Summit on Climate Change, 2009
3. Durban Conference on Climate Change, 2009
4. Lima Conference on Climate Change

#The provision relating to legal recognition of electronic signatures’ is contained under which section of Information Technology Act, 2000?
1. Section 3
2. Section 3-A
3. Section 4
4. Section 5

#What is a whistle-blower?
1. A person who signals illegal or unethical practice to a prescribed body
2. Usually a disgruntled ex-employee
3. A subversive person spying on a company
4. An investigative journalist

#When the biological resources are accessed for commercial utilization or the bio-survey and bio-utilization leads to commercial utilization, the applicant shall have the option to pay the benefit-sharing ranging from:
1. 0.1 to 0.2
2. 0.1 to 0.3
3. 0.1 to 0.4
4. 0.1 to 0.5

#By which amendment, the third and fourth schedules of the IT Act were omitted?
1. Act 10 of 2009
2. Act 55 of 2002
3. Act 66 of 2009
4. Act 09 of 2009

#In a parliamentary form of government the British convention of ‘Ministerial Responsibility’ has been explicitly codified in the Indian Constitution under:
1. Article 74 (1)
2. Article 74 (2)
3. Article 75 (2)
4. Article 75 (3)

#Which one of the following is the mandatory minimum requirement for a functional federation?
1. States should be represented in the Upper House of the National Legislature.
2. Judicial Review
3. Distribution of legislative and administrative powers between the two sets of Governments – National and State, so as to ensure the independence of the Government within their respective spheres.
4. Distribution of legislative and administrative powers between the two sets of Governments – National and State, so as to ensure the independent but coordinated exercise of powers of the Government.

#In which case, the Supreme Court held that pardoning powers of the President under Article 72 and Governors under Article 161 is subject to the judicial review?
1. Satya Narain Sharma v. State of Rajasthan
2. Vineet Narain v. Union of India
3. Epuru Sudhakar v. State of Andhra Pradesh
4. Chhotey Lal v. State of U.P

#The provision regarding ‘legislation for giving effect to international agreements’ is given in the Indian Constitution under
1. Article 253
2. Article 255
3. Article 251
4. Article 254

#Which of the following duties have been included by Austin in the category of ‘absolute duties’?
A. Duties owed to persons indefinitely
B. Self – regarding duties
C. Duties owed to the sovereign
D. Duties owed to parents

Choose the correct answer from the options given below
1. A, B and C only
2. B, C and D only
3. A, C and D only
4. A, B, C and D all

#Which of the following conditions are essential for a custom to be valid?
A. The custom had to possess a sufficient measure of antiquity
B. The custom must have been enjoyed as a right
C. The custom need not be consistent with other customs in the same area
D. The custom must be certain and precise

Choose the correct answer from the options given below
1. A and B only
2. A, B, and C only
3. A, B, and D only
4. A, B, C and D all

#Which of the following are the exceptions of the ‘specific enforcement rule’ of the Theory of Remedial Liability?
A. Imperfect duties
B. Duties that are impossible for specific performance
C. Duties which are inexpedient to enforce specifically

Choose the correct answer from the options given below
1. A and B only
2. A and C only
3. B and C only
4. A, B and C all

#The provisions given under Article 13 of the Indian Constitution are as follows:
A. All laws in force in the territory of India immediately before the commencement of this Constitution will be void to the extent of the inconsistency.
B. ‘Laws in force’ includes all laws passed or made by the legislature or other competent authority in the territory of India before the commencement of this constitution and not previously repeated.
C. The state shall not make any law which takes or abridges right conferred by Part III and any law made in the contravention shall be void.
D. ‘Law’ does not include any ordinance, order, bye-law, rule, regulation, notification, custom or usage etc.
E. Article 13 shall apply to any amendment of the Constitution made under Article 368 Choose the correct answer from the options given below
1. B and D only
2. D and E only
3. A and E only
4. A, B and C only

#Under Article 30 of the Indian Constitution, the rights to minorities are guaranteed as under
A. The right is guaranteed to the religious minorities only.
B. The right is guaranteed for linguistic and religious minorities.
C. Right is given only to administer the educational institution
D. Right is given to minorities to establish and administer the educational institution.
E. The state is prohibited from making discrimination in the matter of grant of aid to any educational institution on the ground that it is managed by a religious minority or linguistic minority

Choose the correct answer from the options given below
1. A and E only
2. B and C only
3. B, D and E only
4. C and E only

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UGC NET Law 2021 - 100 Mock Tests Series & Previous Question Papers

  • Mock Tests include comprehension based questions
  • Previous Question Papers with Answer Keys - From 2004 till 2020
  • 50 Full Length Mock Tests - New Pattern Paper II, with 100 questions each
  • 50 Mini Practice Mock tests - with 25 questions each
  • Unlimited Practice - New Questions in every mock test with every attempt
  • Answer choices of all questions shuffled randomly for better practice
  • Database of over 9500 MCQs covering the entire syllabus
  • Includes new comprehension based questions
  • Questions & Answer Choices randomly shuffled in every attempt for better practice
  • Accessible 24 x 7 via Smart-Phone browsers and Desktops

Authentic Feedback from previous exam users :

I got AIR 21 in CLAT PG 2020. Thank you so much. Your mocks helped me a lot in my preparation πŸ™‚ - Ayushi Jain

I have subscribed to your CLAT PG program and got AIR 36 in this year CLAT PG. I have also secured AIR 54 in AILET PG exam. I would like to thank you. Your mock paper really helps a lot - Shrashank Tripathi

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

A year back, I relied on the IIT Kharagpur RGSOIPL mock test series by LawMint to prepare for my RGSOIPL entrance test. Few months back, I relied on your UGC NET Law series to prepare for UGC NET June 2020. I was the topper of the RGSOIPL entrance 2019, and have cracked JRF in UGC NET 2020. All thanks to LawMint - Anshuman Sahoo

"I got AIR 18 in CLAT PG 2019 and General Category rank 28 in AILET PG 2019. I want to thank you for helping me practice well in controlled conditions from any place. It gave me a lot of confidence and I took the tests while travelling too. I also made it to IIT Kharagpur." - Vinodharani

"Lawmint has been of great help to me in securing AIR 25 in AILET PG 2019 and AIR 29 in CLAT PG 2019 examinations. The subjective and objective approach of the test series kept me up to date with the latest exam pattern." - Bhawna Nanda

"I, Nimmy Saira Zachariah joined you clat test series. I cleared AILET PG with 30th rank. Your test series were of immense help as it gave me clear idea of where my preparations stand thank you once again law mint." - Nimmy S Z

"Hey guys. Where do I start? If I thought that getting AIR 59 in Clat PG was it, then how wrong I was. With Lawmint now I have cracked UGC NET as well." - Joyanta Chakraborty
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