Law Questions and Answers for Competitive Exams | Law Quiz Set 2

Questions
1 Stimson’s doctrine of Non-Recognition is related to
1 Duty of non-recognition of some territorial acquisitions brought about in accordance with international law
2 Duty of non-recognition of some territorial acquisitions brought about in breach of international law
3 Duty of non-recognition of all territorial acquisitions brought about in breach of international law
4 Duty of non-recognition of all territorial acquisitions brought about according to international law

Answer: Duty of non-recognition of all territorial acquisitions brought about in breach of international law
2 Prohibited degree and Spinda relationship are
1 Mutually exclusive
2 Dependent on each other
3 May overlap each other
4 None of the above

Answer: May overlap each other
3 In which of the following case, the High Court held that “the presence of Qazi” is not necessary at the time of marriage ceremony under the Muslim Law ?
1 Qazi Mohd Najmuddin Hussain V.State of A.P
2 Mohd. Yunus V.Malooki
3 Shamim Ara V.State of U.P
4 Bai Tahira Vs.Ali Hussain

Answer: Mohd. Yunus V.Malooki
4 Assertion (A) : Marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is dissoluble Reason (R) : Marriage is a sacrosanct union. Codes :
1 Both (A) and (R) are true
2 Both (A) and (R) are false
3 (A) is true, but (R) is false
4 (A) is false, but (R) is true

Answer: Both (A) and (R) are true
5 Which of the following is not condition for a marriage under Section 5 of the Hindu Marriage Act,1955?
1 Neither should have a living spouse
2 If the bride is below 18, the consent of her guardian has been obtained
3 They are not within prohibited degrees relationship
4 Neither should be subject to recurrent attack of insanity

Answer: If the bride is below 18, the consent of her guardian has been obtained
6 Sources of Muslim Law are (a) The Koran (b) The Ismaa (c) The Hadis (d) The Kiyas

Indicate their correct sequence

1 (a), (b), (d) and (c)
2 (a), (c), (b) and (d)
3 (a), (d), (c) and (b)
4 None of the above

Answer: (a), (b), (d) and (c)
7 According to Muslim Law, marriage is not solemnised of only for the sexual enjoyment between two spouses, it is an act of Ibadat
1 True
2 False
3 Partly true, partly false
4 None of the above

Answer: True
8 X invites his friend Y on dinner but later on declined to arrange it on specified day
1 X is liable for breach of contract
2 X is liable, if Y goes to the house of X and returns without dinner
3 X is liable for breach of contract, if Y gets dinner in hotel
4 X is not liable for breach of contract

Answer: X is not liable for breach of contract
9 Which one of the following provisions of the Indian Contract Act deals with the reciprocal promise to do things legal and also other things illegal ?
1 Section 56
2 Section 57
3 Section 58
4 Section 17

Answer: Section 57
10 Section 26 of the Indian Contract Act declares the agreement void on the ground of
1 Absolute restraint only
2 Partial restraint only
3 Both absolute or partial restraint
4 None of the above

Answer: Both absolute or partial restraint
11 No customer in a thousand ever read the conditions. If he had stopped to do, he would have missed the train or the boat. This observation was made by
1 Anson
2 Donaldson
3 Lord Denning
4 Pearson

Answer: Lord Denning
12 When consent is given due to mistake, an agreement will be
1 Voidable
2 Legal
3 Illegal
4 Void

Answer: Void
13 A person is responsible in law of tort for
1 all the consequences of his act
2 all the consequences which are not remote
3 all the consequences which directly flow from his act
4 all the consequences which are reasonably foreseeable

Answer: all the consequences which are reasonably foreseeable
14 There is a school by the side of the road. Three children of nursery class stray away from the school on to the road. A truck driver, who was driving the truck at a normal speed, notices the children. While trying to save the children, the truck hits a shop and an injury is caused to one person. Which of the following assertions correctly represent the law ?
1 The school management is liable as they are negligent in not keeping the children within the school premises
2 The truck driver is liable as he did not take proper care
3 The children are liable as they contributed to the accident
4 None is liable as it is a pure accident

Answer: The school management is liable as they are negligent in not keeping the children within the school premises
15 When an injury is caused by the act of an enterprise engaged in a hazardous or inherently dangerous activity, the enterprise is absolutely liable for the injury because
  1. it has not taken reasonable care
  2. the enterprise owes an absolute and non-delegable duty to the community to ensure that no harm results from the activity
  3. it is considered as a part of the social cost for carrying on the hazardous or inherently dangerous activity
  4. it is difficult to prove lack of care on the part of enterprise

Select the right code :

1 1 and 2 are correct
2 1 and 4 are correct
3 1 and 3 are correct
4 2 and 3 are correct

Answer: 2 and 3 are correct

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