1. Assertion (A): Break down of marriage as such is not a ground for Divorce.
Reason (R): It may result into an easy way of dissolution of marriage and shall result into instability in the society.

(A) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
(B) (A) is correct, but (R) is incorrect.
(C) Both (A) and (R) are wrong.
(D) (R) is correct, but (A) is wrong.

2. Adultery by a Hindu husband is

(A) Ground of divorce only
(B) Not a ground of divorce
(C) Ground of judicial separation
(D) None of the above

3. ‘A’ marries ‘B’, the widow of the elder brother. The marriage is

(A) Valid
(B) Void
(C) Voidable
(D) None of the above

4. Marriages of all persons who are citizens of India belonging to various religions should be made compulsory registrable in their respective States where the marriage is solemnised. This was held by the Supreme Court in the case of:

(A) Githa Hariharn vs. RBI
(B) Seema vs. Ashwani Kumar
(C) John Vallamathom vs. Union of India
(D) None of the above

5. Marriage with an impotent and has not been consummated. The marriage is

(A) Valid
(B) Void
(C) Nullity
(D) Irregular

6. ‘Khula’ is a form of divorce by

(A) Sale
(B) Purchase
(C) Agreement
(D) Coercion

7. Under Section 19 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, a petition in a Matrimonial case has to be filed at the place

(A) where the respondent, at the time of the presentation of the petition, resides.
(B) where the parties to the marriage last resided together.
(C) in case the wife is the petitioner, where she is residing on the date of presentation of the petition.
(D) All the above.

8. Muta marriage could not be dissolved

(A) Ipso facto by the efflux of the period
(B) By death
(C) By divorce
(D) By Hiba-i-Mudat

9. In which of the following case, the court held that “Dower is a sale-price of women”?

(A) Humara Begam’s case
(B) Abdul Kadir’s case
(C) Subrunnissan’s case
(D) Shah Bano’s case

10. By which of the following way a Muslim marriage can be dissolved by a Muslim husband?

(A) Talaq
(B) Illa
(C) Zihar
(D) Above all