CLAT Sample Paper (Part 4 of 11)

  1. Once revision is made before the court under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, it

    1. acts as a stay on the proceedings

    2. acts as a res-judicata on the issues

    3. acts as an injuction for immediate relief

    4. shall not operate as a stay of suit or other proceeding before the court except where such suit or proceeding is stayed by the court.

  2. A caveat under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 may be lodged when any

    1. suit is instituted

    2. proceeding is initiated or instituted.

    3. suit is about to be instituted.

    4. suit or proceeding is instituted or about to be instituted

  3. ‘A’ and ‘B’ two members of a three member partnership firm, bring a suit for recovery of the debt due from. ‘X’ to the firm, but their firm is not registered on the date of the institution of the suit. The suit

    1. is maintainable with leave of the court.

    2. is maintainable with the concurrence of ‘X’

    3. is liable to be rejected in view of section 69, Partnership Act

    4. will become maintainable after the original defect is cured by subsequent registration

  4. Which one of the following contracts is specifically enforceable?

    1. ‘A’ an author, contracts with ‘B’ a publisher, to complete a literary work

    2. ‘A’ contracts to sell and ‘B’ contracts to buy a residential building

    3. ‘A’ contracts to marry ‘B’

    4. ‘A’ contract by a guardian to purchase immovable property on behalf of a minor

  5. Crossword competition is

    1. wagering agreement

    2. contingent contract

    3. illegal agreement

    4. valid agreement

  6. An advertisement of auction is

    1. proposal

    2. mere statement

    3. invitation to offer

    4. standing offer

  7. In which one of the following, consideration is not required?

    1. Contract of insurance

    2. Contract of bailment

    3. Contract of guarantee

    4. Contract of service

  8. ‘A’ agrees to pay ‘B’ a sum of money if ‘B’ gets married to ‘C’ ‘C’ marries ‘D’ In such a situation, which one of the following statements, is correct?

    1. The agreement will be effective when ‘C’ will divorce ‘D’

    2. The performance of the agreement will be deemed impossible

    3. ‘B’ is bound to get married to ‘C’ under the agreement

    4. ‘A’ is bound to pay ‘B’ the agreed sum of money

  9. ‘A’ asked ‘B’ “I want to purchase your bike. What will be the cost” ‘B’ replied that the cost will not be less than Rs. 20, 000. ‘A’ was interested to purchase it for Rs. 20, 000/. Which one of the following statements is correct?

    1. There was a proposal which was accepted

    2. There was neither a proposal nor an acceptance

    3. There was a proposal but no acceptance

    4. There was a counter offer which was accepted

  10. An easement which, not being an easement of absolute necessity, comes into existence by presumed grant or operation of law is called

    1. easement by prescription

    2. easement by local custom

    3. easement by necessity

    4. quasi-easement