Sample Paper for Class 12 Legal Studies 2023 Pdf
Students can refer to the below Class 12 Legal Studies Sample Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 12 exams. Please download CBSE Class 12 Legal Studies Sample Paper 2023
Legal Studies Class 12 Sample Paper 2023
SECTION A Marks
1. Rahul cleared his five year integrated program in B.A. LL.B five years ago. When can he start practicing as an advocate?
a. Rahul can practice as an advocate as he has cleared B.A. LL.B exam.
b. Rahul can practice as advocate if he clears All India Bar Examination.
c. Rahul can practice law only after he does LL.M, as he cleared his LL.B five years ago.
d. Rahul can practice law after training with a senior Advocate- on- Records (AOR) for one year.
Answer : b. Rahul can practice as advocate if he clears All India Bar Examination
2. Whose services can be availed for by the Chairman of the legal services institution in cases of great public importance and where serious threats to life and liberty of the applicant exists?
a. Advocate -on- Record
b. Solicitor General
c. Senior Advocate
d. Retired Judge
Answer : c. Senior Advocate
3. In what method of Alternate Dispute Resolution, the third party facilitates discussion but does not enter the arena of dispute either as a judge or a conciliator?
Answer : b. Mediation
4. Four nations, India, USA, United Kingdom and France enter into an international trade treaty. The Indian delegation provisionally consented to the treaty as the final consent will follow once the Indian Parliament votes in favour of the said treaty. Which method of consent is being followed by the Indian delegation?
a. Consent by signature
b. Consent by exchange of instruments
c. Consent by ratification
d. No consent is required
Answer : c. Consent by ratification
5. Rohit, aged 13 years and Kartik, aged 20 years entered into a sale agreement wherein Rohit agreed to sell his farmhouse to Kartik for Rs. 5,00,000. After execution of the sale
agreement, Rohit avoided the agreement of sale stating that the farmhouse is involved in a litigation pending before the Hon’ble Delhi High Court and he cannot transfer the
farmhouse. Aggrieved by this, Rohit and Kartik agreed to appoint a mediator to resolve their dispute. Given the dispute, which of the following statement is correct?
a. The dispute can be referred to arbitration as contractual disputes are best suited for arbitration.
b. The dispute cannot be referred to mediation as claims against minors are excluded from the scope of mediation.
c. The dispute can be referred to mediation as property disputes are best suited for mediation.
d. The dispute cannot be referred to mediation as the property is lis pendens.
Answer : b. The dispute cannot be referred to mediation as claims against minors are excluded from the scope of mediation.
6. Assertion(A): The salaries and allowances of judges are fixed and not subject to vote of the legislature.
Reason(R): Independence of judges is crucial to ensure independence of judiciary.
a. Both Assertion (A) and Reason (R) are true and Reason (R) is the correct explanation of Assertion (A)
b. Both Assertion (A) and Reason (R) are true and Reason (R) is not the correct explanation of Assertion (A)
c. Assertion (A) is true but Reason (R) is false
d. Assertion (A) is false but Reason (R) is true
Answer : a. Both Assertion (A) and Reason (R) are true and Reason (R) is the correct explanation of Assertion (A)
7. Situation 1: A boy is sinking in the swimming pool of a resort. A man who is standing beside the pool does not make any attempt to save this boy.
Situation 2: A lifeguard on duty at a resort. A boy is sinking in the swimming pool of a resort. He does not make any attempt to save the boy sinking in the pool.
Which of the following statements describes both the situations?
a. In both the situations there is actus reas though mens rea is missing
b. In both the situations none can be held liable for criminal omission.
c. Situation 1 shows moral omission, whereas Situation 2 shows illegal omission.
d. The act of not doing anything does not accrue any criminal liability as actus rea is not there.
Answer : c. Situation 1 shows moral omission, whereas Situation 2 shows illegal omission.
8. Aman, a lawyer was suspended as he breached the rules laid down by the Bar Council of India. From the options given below, what misconduct may have led to his suspension?
a. He charged contingency fee from his client in a land dispute.
b. He negotiated with the opposite party through the opposing advocate.
c. He refused to represent client who insisted on adopting unfair meAnswer :
d. He refused to appear in a matter where he was the witness.
Answer : a. He charged contingency fee from his client in a land dispute.
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