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Question Paper | UPHJS Pre 2012 | Uttar Pradesh Higher Judicial Service (Preliminary) Examination- 2012

Uttar Pradesh Higher Judicial Service (Preliminary) Examination- 2012

Question Number: 41-50

41. "In pari delicto” means-
(A) where parents are at fault
(B) in case of equal fault or guilt
(C) a person with guilty mind
(D) a delinquent criminal

42. Which of the following mode of transfer of property is not covered by Transfer of Property Act, 1882-
(A) Sale
(B) Mortgage
(C) Testamentary disposition
(D) Exchange.

43. According to Section 18 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 the provisions of some sections shall not apply in the case of a transfer of property for the benefit of the public in the advancement of religion, knowledge, commerce, health safety or any other object beneficial to mankind. These sections are-
(A) 13,14,15&16
(B) 14,16&17
(C) 14,16,17 &18
(D) 14,15 & 20.

44. The leading case of Hindu husband’s entering second marriage on conversion to islam is-
(A) Mohini Jam’s case, 1992(3) SCC 666
(B) Daniel Latifi’s case, 2001(7) SCC 740
(C) Saila Mudgal’s case, 1995(3) SCC 635
(D) Shah Bano’s case, 1985(2) SCC 556.

45. For a valid Muslim marriage-
(A) offer and acceptance must be at the same time
(B) offer and acceptance must be at the same place
(C) offer and acceptance must be at the same time and same place
(D) offer and acceptance may be at different times and at different places.

46. A suit for recovery of possession of an immovable property under Section 6 of the Specific Relief Act can be filed against
(A) a private individual only
(B) a government
(C) both a private individual and a government
(D) neither (A) nor (B).

47. The trustee has no right to be reimbursed for-
(A) the expenses made by him for improvement of the property
(B) the expenses reasonably necessary to the due administration of the trust
(C) the preservation of the trust property
(D) the protection of rights of beneficiaries.

48. 'Professional Communication' between Advocate and his client-
(A) is not admissible in evidence
(B) is a privilege communication only until the contract continues
(C) is admissible in evidence with consent of the client
(D) is not admissible until it is legal.

49. Remedies available against an ex-parte decree include-
(A) appeal
(B) review
(C) application for setting aside the decree
(D) All the above.

50. Who amongst the following is not a ‘public officer’ within the meaning of section 2(17) of CPC?
(A) A Judge
(B) A person in service under the pay of Government
(C) Sarpanch of a Gram Panchayat
(D) None of the above.

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