MCQs on Law - 32

1. Arrange the grounds of divorce in the order in which they appear in the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. Use the codes given below:


(I) Mutual consent
(II) Break down
(III) Fault
(IV) Customary

Codes:
(A) III II I IV
(B) II III IV I
(C) I II III IV
(D) IV III I II



2. The petition for divorce by mutual consent may be presented if the spouses have been living separately for a period of

(A) One year
(B) Two years
(C) Three years
(D) None of the above



3. Article 360 has been invoked

(A) Only one time.
(B) two times.
(C) three times.
(D) Never invoked



4. In which of the following cases the jurisprudential basis of the principle to award compensation for violating Human-rights has been laid down by the Supreme Court?

(A) Visakha Vs. State of Rajasthan.
(B) Maneka Gandhi Vs Union of India.
(C) Ratlam Municipality Vs Vardhichand.
(D) Nilabhati Behra Vs. State of Orissa.



5. “Tortious liability arises from breach of duty, primarily fixed by law; this duty is towards persons generally and its breach is redressable by an action for unliquidated damages” This definition is given by

(A) Winfield
 (B) Salmond
(C) Flemmings
(D) Goodheart



6. The rule currently followed in India to determine remoteness of damages was laid down in

(A) Re Polemis case
(B) Overseas Tankship (U.K.) Ltd. V. Morts Dock Engg. Co. Ltd.
(C) Liesbosch Dredger V. S.S. Edison
(D) Smith V. London and South Western Rly. Co.


7. Which one of the following pairs does not match?

(A) Novation of contract - Section 62
(B) Agreement in restraint of legal proceedings - Section 29
(C) Tender of performance - Section 38
(D) Unlawful object and consideration - Section 23



8. Which one of the following is not an example of vicarious liability?

(A) Liability of the principal for the tort of his agent.
(B) Liability of partners for each others’ tort.
(C) Liability of the master for the tort of his servant.
(D) Liability of the parents for the tort of the children.


9. In an action for the tort of negligence, what is not required to be proved by the plaintiff is that

(A) there is damage
(B) duty-situation arises
(C) breach of duty owed to some one
(D) breach of duty owed to the plaintiff



10. Role of doctrine of ultra vires is

(A) to fight virus of ultras.
(B) to protect indoor managers.
(C) to confine corporate action within fixed limits.
(D) to protect directors for exercising their implied authority.



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