Law, Poverty and Development MCQ [Part: 1]

1.            Social problem means state of affairs    moral approach to problem personal problem family problem                                                              Answer:               A 2.            “A pattern of behaviour that constitutes” is called social problem  economic problem political problem religious problem                                                         Answer:               A 3.            Which of the followingContinue reading “Law, Poverty and Development MCQ [Part: 1]”

Socio-Economic Offences (SEO) MCQ [Part: 1]

Socio- Economic Offences were largely discussed in the 29th Law Commission Report, of 1966, is also known as— Rajagopalachari Plan Sarkaria Commission Santhanam Committee None of the above Answer: d Socio-Economic Offences deal with— Offences that have an impact on the social, economic and political well-being of society. Offences that have an impact on theContinue reading “Socio-Economic Offences (SEO) MCQ [Part: 1]”

Legal Ethics & Court Craft MCQ

1.     The term Advocate -on- Record is defined u/order—– of Supreme court Rules 2013 a.     Order I Rule 2(1) (a) b.     Order I Rule 2(1) (b) c.     Order I Rule 2(1) (q) d.     Order i Rule 2(1) (g) ANS: B 2.     The Supreme Court derives the authority to frame it’s own rules for its practice and procedure a.     Article 124 of theContinue reading “Legal Ethics & Court Craft MCQ”

Law, Poverty and Development MCQ [Part: 2]

31. Which of the following statements about crime and deviance is false? The concept of ‘deviance’ is much broader than ‘crime’  Deviance and crime very often overlap  The concept of deviance can be applied to individuals and groups  Deviance is normally sanctioned by law                           Answer:               D 32. Robert Merton’s ideas on crimeContinue reading “Law, Poverty and Development MCQ [Part: 2]”

Law, Poverty and Development MCQ [Part: 1]

1.            Social problem means state of affairs    moral approach to problem personal problem family problem                                                              Answer:               A 2.            “A pattern of behaviour that constitutes” is called social problem  economic problem political problem religious problem                                                         Answer:               A 3.            Which of the followingContinue reading “Law, Poverty and Development MCQ [Part: 1]”

Interpretation of statutes MCQs [Part: 3]

101. An aid that expresses the scope, object and purpose of the Act–  Title of the Act Heading of the Chapter Interpretation clause Preamble 102. Formal legal document which creates or confirms a right or record a fact is a Instrument Statute Document Deed 103.The meaning of a word is derived from its associated words,Continue reading “Interpretation of statutes MCQs [Part: 3]”

Interpretation of statutes MCQs [Part: 2]

41. What is them is chief rule?  a. In interpreting statutes, judges should look at the ‘mischief’ which the Act was passed to prevent  b. There must be no mischief in court c. In interpreting statutes, judges should interpret the words literally  d. In interpreting statutes, judges should interpret the words as they see fit Continue reading “Interpretation of statutes MCQs [Part: 2]”

MCQ Law of Contract [Part-1]

1. The Indian Contract Act came into force on:  (a) 15th September, 1872  (b) 1st September, 1872  (c) 1st October, 1872  (d) 15th October, 1872.  Ans.b 2. The Indian Contract Act, applies to the:   (a) Whole of India excluding Jammu & Kashmir  (b) Whole of India including Jammu & Kashmir  (c) States notified by theContinue reading “MCQ Law of Contract [Part-1]”

Interpretation of statutes MCQs

MCQs- IOS(INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES) 1.  There is no need for presumptions?       a. The intention of the legislation is clear       b. The intention of the legislation is not clear       c. Can be used in any condition       d. All of the above  2. Where in an enactment, there are two provisions which cannot be reconciled with eachContinue reading “Interpretation of statutes MCQs”