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91 Find out the correct statement.
1 Nuisance is of two kinds
2 Public nuisance is also known as common nuisance
3 Nuisance generally is a continuing wrong
4 All of the above

Answer: All of the above
92 'Malice in fact' means
1 a wrongful act done intentionally without evil motive
2 a wrongful act done without just cause
3 a wrongful act done with good motive
4 a wrongful act done intentionally with evil motive

Answer: a wrongful act done intentionally with evil motive
93 The rule of 'last opportunity' is introduced by the courts to modify the law relating to
1 trespass to land
2 contributory negligence
3 trespass to man
4 negligence

Answer: contributory negligence
94 Vis major means
1 act of God
2 act of negligence
3 act of friend
4 act of stranger

Answer: act of God
95 Which one of the following is the appropriate remedy for the trespass of land?
1 Forecful evacuation
2 Collection of mesne profit
3 Legal action for ejectment
4 None of the above

Answer: Legal action for ejectment
96 Use of reasonable care to prevent nuisance is generally
1 a valid defence in an action under tort
2 no defence in an action under tort
3 an absolute defence in an action under tort
4 None of the above

Answer: no defence in an action under tort
97 To constitute the tort of nuisance, which of the following items is not required to be proved?
1 Unreasonable interference
2 Interference is with the use or enjoyment of land
3 Interference is with the possession of land
4 Damage

Answer: Interference is with the possession of land
98 Under the law of torts, the damages are
1 unliquidated
2 liquidated
3 limited
4 unliquidated but limited

Answer: unliquidated
99 The doctrine of alternative danger was explained in
1 Jones vs. Boyce
2 Ryland vs. Fletcher
3 Motias Cost vs. Roque A. Jacinto
4 None of the above

Answer: Jones vs. Boyce
100 The maxim ex turpi causa non oritur actio means
1 from an immoral cause action arises
2 from an immoral cause no action arises
3 from an immoral cause action may or may not arise
4 None of the above

Answer: from an immoral cause no action arises
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