CLAT PG Mock Test 1 by CLATapult and CLATalogue

CLAT PG Mock Test 1 by CLATapult and CLATalogue

 

  • The principle of Private International Law is incorporated​​ in

 

  • Sections 13 & 14​​ CPC

 

  • Sections 15 & 16​​ CPC

 

  • Sections 17 & 18​​ CPC

 

  • Section 19 & 20​​ CPC

 

  • The doctrine of restitution is based upon the​​ maxim:

 

 

 

  • Section 4 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 relates​​ to:

 

  • Sale only

 

  • Mortgage​​ only

 

  • Settlement​​ only

 

  • Sale, mortgage or​​ settlement

 

  • Section 26 of the SRA contains the provisions​​ regarding:

 

  • Rectification of​​ instruments

 

  • Rescission of​​ contracts

 

  • Cancellation of​​ instruments

 

  • Declaratory​​ decree

  • Rules relating to sapinda relationship are based on the principle​​ of

 

  • Polygamy

 

  • Endogamy

 

  • Exogamy

 

  • Polyandry

 

  • Which of the following has not yet been statutorily recognized as a theory of​​ divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act,​​ 1955?

  • Fault​​ theory

  • Will​​ theory

 

  • Guilt​​ Theory

 

  • Breakdown​​ Theory

 

  • The case of R v. Dudley & Stephens is related to the defense​​ of:

 

  • Insanity

 

  • Intoxication

 

  • mistake of​​ fact

 

  • necessity

 

  • Under Section 100 of CPC 1908, “Second Appeal” lies t the High Court only on​​ the ground of:

  • Question of​​ fact

 

  • substantial question of​​ law

 

  • both questions of law and fact

 

  • mixed question of law and​​ fact

 

  • The mode of determining the existence of partnership has been laid down​​ under:

 

  • Section​​ 5

 

  • Section​​ 6

 

  • Section​​ 9

  • Section​​ 10

 

  • The term ‘goodwill’ is a thing easy to describe but very difficult to define, is stated​​ by:

 

  • Lord​​ Herschell

 

  • Lord​​ Heldaene

 

  • Lord​​ Macraughton

 

  • Lord​​ Eldon

 

  • Actionable claims are:

 

  • Share in a​​ company

 

  • Claim to​​ copyright

 

  • Mortgage​​ debt

 

  • None of the​​ above

 

  • Sunni Muslims consider ‘muta marriage’​​ as

 

  • Void

  • Voidable

 

  • Valid

 

  • Invalid

 

  • Student punished for a disciplinary action is​​ called:

 

  • Quasi-judicial​​ action

 

  • Administrative​​ action

 

  • Departmental​​ inquiry

 

  • Domestic​​ inquiry

 

  • What is a​​ testament?

 

  • Transfer

 

  • Will

 

  • disposition

  • document

 

  • Act of Parliament is called

 

  • enactment

 

  • bill

 

  • law

 

  • none of​​ these

 

  • What does delegated legislation​​ means:

 

  • law of​​ land

 

  • law of administrative​​ action

 

  • law of​​ Parliament

 

  • none of​​ these

 

  • Panchayati Raj was first introduced in the state of​​ :

 

  • Rajasthan

 

  • Tamil​​ Nadu

 

  • Kerala

 

  • Karnataka

 

  • Right in a machine invented is called​​ :

 

  • Patent​​ act

 

  • Invention

  • Design​​ Act

 

  • Trademark​​ Act

 

  • In India power to declare any area as ‘Scheduled are’ belongs​​ to:

 

  • Parliament

 

  • Assembly

 

  • President

  • Election​​ Commissioner

 

  • The customary International law of treaties was codified in​​ the:

 

  • Vienna Convention,​​ 1980

 

  • Statute of​​ ICJ

 

  • Resolution of the U.N. General​​ Assembly

 

  • Vienna​​ Declaration

 

  • Which of the following scholars consider international law as true​​ law?

 

  • Grotius

 

  • Hobbes

 

  • Holland

 

  • Austin

 

  • A contract is voidable if it is caused by concealment of a material fact by someone who is under duty to speak because it​​ is:

  • Misrepresentation

 

  • Fraud

 

  • Undue​​ influence

 

  • None of the​​ above

 

  • Which one of the following is not a correct classification of​​ possession?

 

  • Possession in fact and possession in law

 

  • Mediate and immediate​​ possession

 

  • Corporeal and incorporeal​​ possession

 

  • Direct and indirect possession

 

  • How did Aristotle describe justice in restoring equality when this has been​​ disturbed?

 

  • Distributive​​ justice

 

  • Corrective​​ justice

  • Universal​​ justice

  • Natural​​ justice

 

 

  • The case of Hochester v. De La Tour deals​​ with:

 

  • Quasi​​ contract

 

  • Doctrine of promissory​​ contract

 

  • Anticipatory breach of​​ contract

 

  • Quantum merit

 

 

 

  • According to which theory legal personality is only a symbol to facilitate the working​​ of the corporate​​ bodies?

  • Fiction​​ Theory

 

  • Realistic​​ Theory

 

  • Bracket​​ Theory

 

  • Purpose​​ Theory

 

  • Who said that “incorporation is a form of fictitious​​ trusteeship”?

 

  • Salmond

 

  • Austin

 

  • Locke

 

  • Maitland

 

  • Which of the following best defines Duplicate​​ possession?

 

  • When two persons have exclusive claims of the same​​ thing

 

  • When two persons have concurrent claims over a​​ thing

 

  • Either (a) or​​ (b)

 

  • None of the​​ above

 

  • Who distinguished ‘positive law’ from ‘positive​​ morality’?

  • Salmond

 

  • Locke

 

  • Austin

 

  • Holland

 

 

  • The three defects in the Simple Social Structure of Primary rules as enunciated by​​ Hart are:

    • inadequacy, immobility and​​ efficiency

 

    • uncertainty, static nature and​​ inefficiency

 

    • mobility, easiness and​​ simplicity

 

    • Abnormality, viability and​​ unsoundness

 

  • Who opined ‘Law never is, but is always about to​​ be.’

 

  • Justice P.N.​​ Bhagwati

 

  • Justice Krishna​​ Iyer

 

  • Justice​​ Cardozo

 

  • Justice​​ Tulzapurkar

 

  • Who wrote ‘The concept of Law’ as a criticism to Austin’s​​ theory

 

  • Hart

 

  • Stammler

 

  • Brown

 

  • Locke

 

  • In which book there are instances of beasts, animals and pets being​​ punished?

 

  • Principles of​​ Criminology

 

  • The Morality of​​ Law

 

  • Spirit of​​ Laws

 

  • Methode

  • In which of the following landmark cases it was held that there cannot be a one man​​ firm but there can be a one man​​ company?

  • Jones v.​​ Lipman

 

  • Daimler Co.​​ Limited

 

  • CIT v. Meenakshi Mills

 

  • Soloman’s​​ case

 

  • Who has classified law into ‘enacted law’ and ‘unenacted​​ law’?

 

  • Fuller

 

  • Blackstone

 

  • Grey

 

  • Bentham

 

  • Natural law is in fact a way of looking at things and humanistic approach of judges​​ and jurists. Who said this?

  • Kohler

 

  • Cohen

 

  • Stammler

 

  • Hobbes

 

  • According to which school judges are the law​​ makers?

 

  • Natural Law​​ School

 

  • Positivist School

 

  • Sociological School

 

  • Realist School

 

  • Who published his memoir titled “My Tryst with​​ Justice”?

 

  • Justice Altamas​​ Kabir

 

  • Justice​​ Bhagwati

  • Justice Krishna​​ Iyer

 

  • Soli​​ Sorabjee

 

  • Who gave the theory of Stufenbaulehre (step structure​​ doctrine)?

 

  • Kelson

 

  • Dworkin

 

  • Palmer

 

  • Hart

 

  • The term federal is derived from the Latin word ‘foedus’ which​​ means

 

  • Separation

 

  • Distribution

 

  • treaty

 

  • None of​​ these

 

  • National character of law was introduced in jurisprudence​​ by

 

  • Karl​​ Marx

 

  • Savigny

 

  • Montesquieu

 

  • Hans​​ Kelsen

  • By which amendment of the Constitution the number of Ministers was limited to 15%​​ of the total number of the​​ House?

  • 91st

 

  • 92nd

 

  • 93rd

 

  • None of the​​ above

 

  • Who defined law as the “de pshycological command’?

 

  • Kelsen

 

  • Bentham

  • Austin

 

  • Salmond

 

  • ‘In law the Hart- Fuller controversy relates​​ to:

 

  • Definition of​​ law

 

  • Classification of​​ law

 

  • Law and​​ morality

 

  • Sanction

 

  • Who said​​ state is known by the rights that it​​ maintains?

 

  • Laski

 

  • Hart

 

  • Salmond

 

  • Kant

 

  • Legal right is the claim of an individual upon others recognized by the​​ state

 

  • Ritche

 

  • Paton

 

  • Austin

 

  • Holmes

 

  • What are the features of the fundamental​​ rights?

Law for giving effect to fundamental rights can be made only by the Parliament.

 

  • Fundamental rights are defended and guaranteed by the Supreme​​ Court.

 

  • Fundamental rights available are​​ absolute.​​ a.​​  ​​ ​​ ​​​​ 2,​​ 3

b.1, 2

 

c.1, 3

 

d. All of the above​​ 

  • Kaka Kalelkar Commission is related​​ to

 

 

    • The National Commission for Scheduled​​ Castes

 

 

    • The National Scheduled Tribes​​ Commission

 

 

    • The backward class​​ commissions

 

 

    • The Anglo-Indian​​ community

 

 

  • Which of the following is/are​​ true?

 

  • Article 17 deals with abolition of​​ titles.

 

  • Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Sri cannot be used​​ as​​ suffixes or prefixes to the names of​​ awardees.

 

  • Only​​ 1

 

  • Only​​ 2

 

  • Both 1 and​​ 2

 

  • Neither 1 nor​​ 2

 

  • What is the meaning of the word​​ 'Veto'?

 

  • Support

 

  • Double

 

  • Forbid

 

  • Decide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANSWER KEY

QUESTION NO

OPTIONS

1

A

2

A

3

D

4

B

5

C

6

B

7

B

8

B

9

B

10

C

11

C

12

C

13

B

14

B

15

D

16

B

17

A

18

B

19

C

20

C

21

A

22

B

23

D

24

A

25

C

26

A

27

A

28

A

29

C

30

B

31

C

32

A

33

A

34

B

35

B

36

B

37

A

38

B

39

A

40

C

41

B

42

A

43

C

44

B

45

A

46

C

47

B

48

C

49

D

50

C

 

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