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

Haryana Superior Judicial Service (Preliminary) Examination 2012

Question Number: 111-120

111. One of the question whether a crime was committed by A on a certain day at Chandigarh the fact that on that day he was at Calcutta is relevant because
(a) This reflects the conduct of the accused
(b) Relevant as Preparation
(c) Inconsistent to Facts in Issue
(d) Relevant as Motive

112. 'Admission' is a statement which is
(a) oral, written, spoken
(b) oral and documentary
(c) oral, documentary or contained in electronic form
(d) none of the above

113. Rule of estoppel is contained in Section of the Evidence Act, 1872
(a) 112
(b) 115
(c) 118
(d) 120

114. Section 113B of the Evidence Act contains provision regarding
(a) Resumption as to Dowry Death
(b) Presumption as to intention to cause death
(c) Presumption as to cause of death
(d) Presumption as to motive of cause death

115. Section 134 of the Evidence Act provides a set number of witnesses in a case as a requirement of proof
(a) None
(b) One
(c) Minimum Two
(d) Two Alone

116. According to Transfer of Property Act, the immovable property does not include
(a) grass
(b) standing timber
(c) growing crops and grass
(d) standing timber, growing crops and grass

117. Which is not the immoveable property as per the Transfer of Property Act
(a) Growing crops
(b) A right of way
(c) A lease of land
(d) A life interest in the income of immovable property

118. A right to sue for damages is
(a) An actionable claim
(b) Not an actionable claim
(c) Not only a mere right to sue
(d) Transferable.

119. In a transfer of a house, the transferor will get
(a) Easementary rights
(b) Locks, keys, doors, etc.
(c) Rent due after the transfer
(d) All of the above

120. Section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act deals with
(a) Rule against perpetuity
(b) Lis pendens
(c) Doctrine of apportionment
(d) Doctrine of part-performance

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