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Solved Paper | Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Exam 2013 | Uttarakhand PCS(J) Pre Exam 2013

Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Examination- 2013

Part – II

Question Number: 181-190

181. In which of the following sections of T.P. Act ‘transfer by ostensible owner’ is provided :
(a) Section 39
(b) Section 41
(c) Section 40
(d) Section 42

Ans. (b)
182. In which of the following sections of T.P. Act, transfer in favour of unborn person can be made :
(a) Section 13
(b) Section 12
(c) Section 14
(d) Section 15

Ans. (a)

183. Which one of the following sections of the T.P. Act provides that when there is a conflict between marshalling and contribution, marshalling shall prevail ?
(a) Section 80
(b) Section 81
(c) Section 82
(d) Section 83

Ans. (c)

184. Muhammad Afzal V/s Ghulam Kasim (1903) ILR Cal 843 is a leading case on which of the following ?
(a) Rule against perpetuity
(b) Equity of redemption
(c) Doctrine of election
(d) Doctrine of holding over

Ans. (c)
185. In case of transfer of property for the benefit of the public which of the following restrictions shall not apply ?
(a) Rule against perpetuity
(b) Transfer to take effect on failure of prior interest
(c) Direction of accumulation
(d) All of the above

Ans. (d)

186. Which of the following is not correctly matched under T.P. Act ?
(A) Universal donee – S. 128
(B) Doctrine of Part performance – S. 53A
(C) Marshalling by subsequent purchaser – S. 65
(D) Mortgagee’s right to forclosure or sale – S. 67

Choose the right answer :
(a) Only (A)
(b) Both (A) and (B)
(c) Only (C)
(d) Both (C) and (D)

Ans. (c)

187. The following leading cases are related to which of the following subjects ?
A. Gopal V/s Parsottam
B. Santely V/s Wilde
C. Kedar Lal V/s Hari Lal
D. Ali Hussain V/s Nilla Kandan

Choose the correct answer :
(a) Lease
(b) Gift
(c) Mortgage
(d) None of the above

Ans. (c)

188. Under the Constitution of India all aspects of family law are provided in the
(a) Union List
(b) State List
(c) Concurrent List
(d) None of the above

Ans. (c)

189. A marriage under Hindu Law between Sapindas parties shall be valid
(a) If the custom or usage governing each of them permits.
(b) If the custom or usage governing any of them permits.
(c) Either (a) or (b).
(d) Neither (a) nor (b).

Ans. (a)

190. Adultery is a ground under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 for
(a) judicial separation
(b) divorce
(c) judicial separation and divorce both
(d) only divorce and not judicial separation

Ans. (c)

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