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1. What is the ‘mode’ adopted for execution of transfer of property by exchange ?
(a) Registered sale deed
(b) Registered lease deed
(c) Registered deed for gift of immovable property
(d) No registered document is required
The expression ‘rule by law, rule under law and rule according to law’ describes which principle doctrine of administrative law ?
(a) Principle of Natural Justice
(b) Doctrine of Separation of Powers
(c) Doctrine of Basic Structure
(d) Principle of Rule of Law
2. A security guard at a museum shoots an armed intruder who tries to breach the security barrier. Which of the following is true in this situation ?
(a) Using force to prevent a crime as part of one’s duty is not a criminal act.
(b) Causing injury to an assailant in self-defence is not a crime.
(c) The injury is caused with the intent to take revenge and thus the act is criminal.
(d) Both the elements of ‘actus reus’ and ‘mens rea’ are present so the security guard is criminally liable.
3. Mohan purchases a mixer-grinder from M/s Makil and Bros. The grinder malfunctions within the warranty period. Both the manufacturer and the seller fail to rectify the problem and a dispute ensues. The dispute may best be resolved through
4. Sadanand is a florist who relies on local flowers for his livelihood. The district administration prohibits the plucking of wild flowers to conserve the local flora and fauna. Is Sadanand’s constitutional right infringed upon ?
(a) Yes, his sole means of earning a living is affected.
(b) Yes, Article 21 gives the fundamental right to life.
(c) No, the government is powerful and can make any law.
(d) No, because the government is sovereign and enacts laws for the common good.
Which of the following provisions of the Indian Constitution is not based on the ‘equality principle’ ?
(a) Abolition of untouchability
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