1. Under which one of the following Sections of the C.P.C. the Court may ask parties to a dispute to go for mediation ?
(a) Section 88
(b) Section 89
(c) Section 87
(d) Section 86A
2. By which one of the amendments of C.P.C. scope of summary trial was substantially widened ?
(a) CPC (Amendment) Act, 1999
(b) CPC (Amendment) Act, 2002
(c) CPC (Amendment)Act, 1976
(d) None of the above
3. Under which provision of C.P.C. an Ambassador can be sued ?
(a) Section 86
(b) Section 88
(c) Section 88A
(d) He cannot sued
4. Morgan Stanley Mutual Fund V/s Kartik Das case related to which of the following ?
(a) Issuance of Commission
(b) Attachment before judgement
(c) Interim injunction
5. When a Court can reject a plaint ?
(a) Where plaintiff fails to comply with Rule – 9.
(b) Where suit is barred by law.
(c) Where plaint is not in duplicate.
(d) All of the above.
6. Under C.P.C. find the incorrect match of the following :
(a) Revenue Courts – Section 5
(b) Provincial Small Causes Courts – Section 7
(c) Pecuniary Jurisdiction of Courts – Section 9
(d) Presidency Small Causes Courts – Section 8
7. Under Section 13 of CPC which of the following judgements shall not be conclusive ?
(a) Judgement not on merit.
(b) Judgement founded on breach of Indian law.
(c) Judgement against International law.
(d) All of the above
8. Rules 6 to 10 of order 39 of C.P.C. deal with
(a) attachment of property
(b) arrest of persons
(d) interlocutory orders
9. Rules relating to interpleader suit have been provided in the C.P.C, under which of the following orders ?
(a) Order 50
(b) Order 35
(c) Order 55
(d) Order 40
10. In which of the following case Sir Lawrence Jenkins has observed that “the rule of res judicata, while founded on account of precedent, is directed by a wisdom which is for all times” ?
(a) Lal Chand V/s Radha Kishan
(b) Sheopersan V/s Ramanand Singh
(c) Sulochana Amma V/s Narayanan Nair
(d) Pandurang Ramchandra V/s Shantibai
11. What is the essence of pleadings ?
(a) Plead facts not law
(b) Plead law not facts
(c) Plead facts and law
(d) All the above
12. The Bill of Evidence Act was prepared by
(a) Fourth Law Commission
(b) Sir Henry Maine
(c) Sir James Stephen
(d) None of the above
13. Rule of Res Gestae which means facts forming the part of the same transactions which is the facts in issue is discussed in
(a) Section 6
(b) Section 7
(c) Section 5
(d) Section 8
14. The principle of ‘res judicata’ is provided in which of the following section of the Indian Evidence Act ?
(a) Section 140
(b) Section 40
(c) Section 160
(d) Section 164
15. The principle which preclude a person from denying some statement previously made by him is known as
(c) Res subjudice
16. Which one of the following is correctly matched under the Indian Evidence Act ?
(a) Burden of proof – Section 101
(b) Dowry Death – Section 122
(c) Dumb witness – Section 107
(d) Accomplice – Section 119
17. Rules relating to ‘identification of parade’ are contained in which of the following section of Indian Evidence Act ?
(a) Section 9
(b) Section 19
(c) Section 29
(d) Section 39
18. Section 74 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deals with
(a) Testamentary document
(b) Non-Testamentary document
(c) Personal document
(d) Public document
19. Under which section of Evidence Act legitimacy of a child born during the lawful wedlock is presumed ?
(a) Section 112
(b) Section 113
(c) Section 114
(d) Section 115
20. Any question suggesting the answer is called
(a) Oral question
(b) Special question
(c) Leading question
(d) Hearsay question
21. ‘Not proved’ means
(a) It is not proved.
(b) It has been disproved.
(c) It is neither proved nor disproved.
(d) It is denied.
22. ‘Proof’ is the result of
23. “A fact in personal knowledge of the judge can not be taken in evidence.” In which case this had been held ?
(a) Har Prasad V/s Shiva Dayal (1876) 3IA 259
(b) Kashmira Singh V/s State of M.P. 1952 ACR 536
(c) Virendra Kumar Ghosh V/s Emperor ILR (1910) 37 Cal, 474
(d) Pushpa Devi Ramjatia V/s M.L. Wadhwa AIR 1987 SC 1748
24. ‘H’ says that ‘Y’ told him that ‘A’ killed ‘B’. This is
(a) Primary evidence
(b) Best evidence
(c) Hearsay evidence
25. “An accomplice is a competent witness against an accused” is provided in which of the following Section of Indian Evidence Act ?
(a) Section 130
(b) Section 131
(c) Section 132
(d) Section 133