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Question Paper | Haryana Superior Judicial Service (Preliminary) Exam 2012

Haryana Superior Judicial Service (Preliminary) Examination 2012

Question Number: 101-110

101. Period of limitation for application for substitution of the legal representatives of a party to the suit is
(a) 10 days
(b) 30 days
(c) 60 days
(d) 90 days

102. The maximum period of limitation prescribed in the Limitation Act is
(a) 12 years
(b) 3 years
(c) 30 years
(d) 35 years

103. Limitation Act, 1963 is applicable to
(a) Only Civil Proceedings
(b) Only Criminal Proceedings
(c) Only to Civil Proceedings and Election Petitions
(d) Only to Civil Proceedings and some special Criminal Proceedings

104. Period of Limitation means
(a) period of limitation prescribed for any suit, appeal or applicable by the schedule
(b) period of limitation computed according to the provisions of this Act
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above -

105. The limitation period expired on 1.1.2012. But court had holidays from 30 December 2011 - 5 January 2012. Limitation would expire on
(a) 29 December 2011
(b) 6 January 2012
(c) 1 January 2012
(d) Discretion of the court

106. A right to sue accrued to X on 1.1.2000 when he was a minor aged 15 years. The period of limitation of 2 years expires on
(a) 1.1.2002
(b) 1.1.2003
(c) 1.1.2005
(d) None of the above

107. Limitation for filing an appeal commences from _
(a) The date of the judgment
(b) The date of signing of the decree
(c) The date of application for the copy of the judgment
(d) The date of availability of copy of the judgment

108. The period of limitation as given in the schedule
(a) can be extended by the courts
(b) can be extended by the parties to the contract
(c) can be restricted and extended by the parties
(d) can neither be extended nor restricted

109. Relevancy of facts forming part of the same transaction forms a part of Section of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872
(a) 4
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) 7

110. Communication by a client to an Advocate is not permitted to be disclosed under Section of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872
(a) 126
(b) 127
(c) 128
(d) 129

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