CLAT Sample Paper (Part 7 of 11)

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  1. Under the Transfer of property Act, 1882 a charge may be created by
    1. acts of the parties
    2. process of law
    3. presumption
    4. acts of parties and process of law
  2. ′ A ′ borrowed a sum of money from ′ B ′ The last date for filing the suit falls on a Sunday. On Monday, the next day, ′ A ′ gives a written acknowledgment to ′ B ′ In this case
    1. ′ A ′ should file the suit on Monday
    2. Section 18, Limitation Act, 1963 gives a fresh period of limitation
    3. The suit is barred by limitation undeR ′ all circumstances
    4. The suit can be field any time subject to. The provisions of section 12, Limitation Act, 1963
  3. A permanent Lok Adalat shall take cognizance, of any
    1. matter relating to an offence not compoundable under any law
    2. matter relating to an offence compoundable under any law
    3. public utility service related matter where the value of the property in dispute exceeds 10 lakh rupees
    4. matter referred to it by the District judge
  4. An application for residential order shall be made by a victim of domestic violence before a
    1. Civil Judge (Senior Division)
    2. Magistrate of the First Class
    3. Family Court
    4. Mediation Centre established by the High Court
  5. Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 is a
    1. substantive law
    2. procedural law
    3. combination of substantive law and procedural law
    4. directory law
  6. Which one of the following is not correct?
    1. High Courts should not pass interim orders which are likely to hamper investigation
    2. The power of the Magistrate of the first class to take cognizance of conizable offence may be impaired by territorial restrictions
    3. A Magistrate can under section 156 (3) , code of criminal procedure, 1973 send a complaint of non-cognizable offence to the police
    4. During the course of investigation by the police, the question of cross-examination does not arise
  7. An accused can make an application for plea bargaining if and when he is alleged to have committed the offence.
    1. Of Murder
    2. Affecting socio economic condition of the country
    3. Theft
    4. Affecting women or children below the age of 14 years
  8. When at stage of fraiming of charge the sessions court feels that the case is not exclusively triable by it, it may.
    1. Send the case to the chief Judicial magistrate for framing of the charge
    2. Frame the charge and transfer the case to the chief Judicial magistrate/Magistrate of the first Class.
    3. Frame the charge and transfer the case to a magistrate of the second class
    4. Send the case to Lok Adalat
  9. The term ‘bail’ signifies the conditional release of an accused or arrested person by the
    1. Police during investigation, but not by the magistrate during enquiry.
    2. Magistrate during inquiry, but not by the magistrate during trial.
    3. Court during trail, but not during revision
    4. Police Magistrate or court during investigation, enquiry or trial.
  10. A memorandum of arrest of an arrested person is required to be signed and attested by one member of
    1. his family and one of his relatives
    2. the locality and one of his relatives
    3. other locality and one member of his family
    4. his family and one member of the locality, and countersigned by the arrested person.

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