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Question Paper | U.P. PCS(J) Pre 2012 | Law | Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Examination- 2012

Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Examination- 2012


Question Number: 71-80

71. Which one of the following is a continuing offence?
(a) Abduction
(b) Rape
(c) Theft
(d) Abetment

72. Under Section 362 of Indian Penal Code the offence of abduction may be committed with
(a) a girl under 18 years of age
(b) a boy under 16 years of age
(c) a person of unsound mind
(d) None of the above is correct

73. “A” a police officer without warrant apprehends “Z” who has committed murder. “A” has committed the offence of
(a) wrongful confinement
(b) wrongful restraint
(c) (a) and (b) both
(d) no offence

74. “In every statute mens-rea is to be implied unless the contrary is shown.” This view was expressed in
(a) Sheras v. De-Rutzen
(b) R v. Dudley & Stephen
(c) Harding v. Price
(d) R v. Prince

75. “A” in India instigates “B” a foreigner in Pakistan to commit a murder in Pakistan. “B” commits murder. In this case
(a) ‘A’ is guilty of abetting murder
(b) ‘A’ is not guilty of any offence
(c) ‘A’ is liable for committing murder
(d) None of the above answer is correct

76. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
(a) Mens-rea - R v. Prince
(b) Necessity - D.P.P. v. Beard
(c) Insanity - Mc. Naghtens
(d) Intoxication - Basudeo v. State of Pepsu

77. ‘A’ commits theft on property in ‘B’ possession and while committing theft he has a loaded pistol under his garment kept for the purpose of hurting ‘B’ in case ‘B’ resists.
The offence committed by ‘A’ is defined under which section of the Indian Penal Code?
(a) Section - 382
(b) Section - 379
(c) Section - 390
(d) Section – 381

78. The principal of proximity of crime under criminal law is irrelevant, while deciding the liability for the offence of
(a) theft and dacoity
(b) culpable homicide and murder
(c) kidnapping and abduction
(d) abetment and conspiracy

79. Theft is a offence against
(a) a person
(b) immovable property
(c) movable property
(d) both movable and immovable property

80. A married man commits the offence of adultery if he has sexual intercourse with a
(a) unmarried woman
(b) married woman except his wife
(c) any woman except his wife
(d) unmarried woman without her consent

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