Q.1. Who has defined Jurisprudence as “Jurisprudence is the knowledge of things human and divine, the science of just and unjust”?
Q.2. Define warrant case?
Ans. A case relating to an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for life or imprisonment for a term exceeding two years.
Q.3. Define Instrument?
Ans. Instrument means a non-testamentary instrument.
Q.4. How can a State be admitted to the membership of the United Nations?
Ans. A State is admitted to the membership of the UN by the General Assembly on the recommendation of the Security Council.
Q.5. In which case was the ‘carry forward rule’ held to be ultra vires?
Ans. Devdasan v. Union of India
Q.6. What is the object behind revision?
Ans. The object of revision is to confer upon the superior criminal court a kind of supervisory jurisdiction in order to correct miscarriage of justice.
Q.7. Define Inquiry?
Ans. It means every inquiry other than trial conducted under this Code by a Magistrate or Court [section 2(g) of CrPC 1973].
Q.8. Which Constitutional Amendment Act deals with the Goods and Services Act?
Ans. 101st Constitutional Amendment Act.
Q.9. Which is the official language of the Union?
Ans. Hindi in Devnagari Script.
Q.10. What are the essentials of Muslim gift?
Ans. (i) Declaration of gift by the Donor
(ii) Acceptance of the gift by the Donee
(iii) Delivery of Possession
Q.11. Define Partnership?
Ans. It is the relation between persons who have agreed to share the profits of business carried on by all or any of them acting for all.
Q. 12. What are the modes of dissolution of partnership?
Ans. (i) Dissolution by agreement (ii) Compulsory Dissolution (iii) Contingent Dissolution (iv) Dissolution by Notice
Q.13. Define Continuing Guarantee?
Ans. A guarantee which extends to a series of transactions is called a continuing guarantee.
Q.14. Can continuing guarantee be revoked?
Ans. Yes, as to the future transactions only.
Q,15. Y accepts the proposal of Z by a letter and puts it in post but the said letter was lost in transit. Whether the acceptance is completed?
Ans. Yes, as soon as the letter of acceptance was posted there came into existence a binding contract although the said letter never reached Z.