Thursday, January 30, 2014

Question Paper | PCS (J.B.) Pre 2010 | PCS (Judicial Branch) (Preliminary) Examination- 2010

PCS (Judicial Branch) (Preliminary) Examination- 2010

Question Number: 91-100

91. On account of mis-joinder or non-joinder of parties, under Order I, Rule 9 of CPC, the suit
(a) is liable to be dismissed
(b) cannot be dismissed
(c) may be dismissed or may not be dismissed as per the discretion of the court
(d) none of the above

92. Order II, Rule 2 of CPC does not apply to
(a) application for execution
(b) writ petitions
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) none of the above

93. Application for execution of a decree is to be made
(a) to the court which passed the decree
(b) to the district court
(c) to the High Court
(d) none of the above

94. Goods are said to be in a 'deliverable state' where
(a) they are in good condition
(b) they are in reasonable condition
(c) they have been delivered on time
(d) the buyer is bound to take their delivery under contract

95. A contract of sale of goods can be
(a) conditional
(b) absolute
(c) temporary
(d) either (a) or (b)

96 A disputed handwriting can be proved
(a) by calling an expert
(b) by examining a person acquainted with the handwriting of the writer of the questioned document
(c) by comparison of the two-admitted and disputed documents
(d) all of the above

97. Who was the first Indian Woman to be crowned Miss Universe?
(a) Rita Faria
(b) Zeenat Arnan
(c) Suslunita Sen
(d) Aishwarya Rai

98. A dying declaration to be admissible
(a) must be made before a Magistrate
(b) must be made before the police officer
(c) may be made before a doctor or a private person
(d) may be made either before a Magistrate or a police officer or a doctor or a private person

99. A will is required to be proved by calling at least one attesting witness
(a) when it is registered
(b) when it is unregistered
(c) when it is admitted
(d) all of the above

100. After re-examination of a witness, the adverse party has a
(a) right to further cross-examine the witness afresh in general
(b) has no right to further cross-examine the witness
(c) right to further cross-examine the witness only when a new fact is introduced in the re-examination
(d) either (a) or (b)

No comments:

Post a Comment