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Question Bank - LLB Sem-3 Gujarat University

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CONTENTS

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201 Family Law - I

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202 Labour & Industrial Law - I

3)

203 Principles of Taxation Law

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204 Administrative Law

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205 Public International Law

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206F Principles of Equity

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207K Legal Terms Phrases & Maxims

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201 Family Law - I

Page - 2 of 28 201 Family Law - I Nov–2011 : ➔ Discuss the law

Nov–2011 :

Discuss the law relating the legality under Hindu, Muslim. Parsi and Christian Law.

Enumerate principal school of Hindu law and Muslim law and write short note on them.

What is meant by judicial separation under Hindu Marriage Act 1955. And state under what grounds Judicial separation can be obtained.

On which ground Muslim wife may make petition to court for divorce under the dissolution under Muslim Act 1939.

Discuss the law relating to maintenance of wife, children and parents under various families law.

Explain the concept, importance, development and nature of families.

Discuss fully the source of Hindu and Muslim Law.

Discuss the various kinds of Divorce (Talaq) available under Muslim Law.

Explain : Mutawali

Explain : Maintenance of widowed daughter-in-law

Explain : Mutta Marriage

Explain : Ijamma

Explain : Shares

Explain : Parsi Court

Explain : Ground for Divorce according to Parsi Law.

Explain : Marriage Certificate (under Christian Marriage Act)

Explain : Iddat

Explain : Option of puberty

Explain : Void Marriage (Special Marriage Act)

Explain : Valid, irregular and void marriage - under Muslim Law.

Nov-2012

Discuss the law relating the legality of marriage under Hindu, Muslim, Parsi and Christian Law.

Discuss fully the source of Hindu and Muslim Law.

Discuss the various kinds of Divorce (Talaq) available under Muslim Law.

Explain the various grounds for divorce under the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act 1935 and Christian Marriage Act. 1872.

Write short notes : Custody of Children.

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Write short notes : Restitution of Conjugal rights. (Under Hindu Law)

Write short notes : Divorce by mutual consent.

Write short notes : Marriage solemnized (Hindu, Muslim, Parsi, Christian)

Write short notes : Remarriage under Hindu Marriage Act 1955.

Write short notes : Permanent Alimony and Maintenance.

Explain With decided cases the provisions of Iddat as well as Mahar under Muslim Law.

Discuss fully the reasons for Divorce under Hindu law, and state the provisions for wife

to get divorce under special reasons.

Explain : Mutta Marriage

Explain : Option of puberty.

Explain : Parsi Court

Explain : Ijamma

Explain : Marriage certificate (under Christian Marriage Act).

Explain : Valid irregular and void marriage (under Muslim Law).

Explain : Void marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955.

Explain : Mutawali

Oct-2013

Explain in detail the concept of family and family laws and state its nature in detail.

Explain in detail the main schools of the Hindu as well as Muslim Laws.

Explain with decided cases the provisions of 'Iddat and Mahar’ under the Muslim Law.

Discuss the laws relating to maintenance of wife, children and parents under the various

family laws.

Explain with case laws the Various kinds of Talak under the Muslim Law.

Discuss briefly the sources of Hindu and Muslim Laws.

What is meant by judicial separation ? Under Hindu Marriage Act 1955, state under what

grounds judicial separation can be obtained ? What Will be effects of the decree of judicial separation? Discuss fully.

Discuss the legality of 'Marriage' under the Hindu, Muslim, Parsi and Christian Laws.

Explain in detail : Parsi Court and its jurisdiction under the Parsi Marriage & Divorce Act,

1935.

Explain in detail : Provisions of the marriage certificate under the Christian Marriage Act,

1872.

Explain in detail : Concept of Wakf under the Muslim Law.

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Explain in detail : Void marriages under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.

Explain in detail : Mutta Marriage.

Explain in detail : Options of Puberty.

Explain in detail : Provision relating to remarriage.

Explain in detail : Ijamma.

Nov-2014

Explain in detail various schools and sub-schools of Hindu and Muslim law.

Explain in detail the concept of family laws and its nature and development.

Discuss the law relating to the maintenance of wife, children and parents under various family laws.

Discuss the provisions relating to custody of children under various family laws.

Explain with detailed cases various kinds of talak under Muslim law.

Explain the provision relating to marriage ceremony, marriage certificate, reasons for nullify of marriage under Christian marriage act 1872.

Write short note : Restitution of conjugal rights.

Write short note : Remarriage under Hindu marriage act 1955.

Write short note : Divorce by mutual consent.

Write short note : Ijama.

Write short note : Parsi court (under parsi marriage and divorce)

Write short note : Valid, irregular and void marriage (under Muslim law)

Explain : Mutta marriage (under Muslim law).

Explain : Full blood, half blood and uterine blood relations.

Explain : Provisions of iddat and mahar under Muslim law.

Explain : Options of puberty.

Explain : Marriage solemnized (Hindu, Muslim, parsi and Christian)

Explain : Restitution of conjugal rights under Christian law.

Explain : Void marriage under special marriage act 1954.

Explain : When Muslim lady can ask for talaq under Muslim divorce act 1939.

Dec-2015

Explain in detail the concept of family and family laws and state its nature and development.

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Explain in detail the sources of various family laws in India.

State the comparison in respect of essentials of valid marriage under various family laws.

Explain in detail provisions of valid marriage as well as divorce under the special marriage act 1954 with case laws.

Explain in detail various kinds of “Talaq” under the Muslim law with case laws.

Explain in detail the provision of “Iddat” and “Mahar” under the Muslim law with case law.

Explain various grounds for divorce under the Parsi marriage and divorce act 1935 and Christian marriage act 1972.

Explain the laws relating to maintenance of wife, children and parents under the various family laws.

Explain in detail : Concept of remarriage under various family laws.

Explain in detail : Concept of wakf under the Muslim law.

Explain in detail : Concept of guardianship under various family laws.

Explain in detail : provisions for adoption under various family laws.

Dec-2016 :

Explain in detail the sources of Family Law.

Explain in detail the concept and development of “Family” and family system in India.

Discuss in detail the brances and sub-branches of the Muslim Law.

Discuss in detail the brances and sub-branches of the Hindu Law.

Discuss in detail the provisions of Valid Marriage and Divorce under the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act 1935.

Discuss in detail the provisions of Valid Marriage and Divorce under the Christian Marriage and Divorce Act 1972.

Explain in detail the provisions of Valid Marriage and Divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955.

Explain in detail the provisions of Valid Marriage and Divorce under the Muslim Law.

Explain in detail : Powers and jurisdiction of the Family Court.

Explain in detail : Muta Marriage.

Explain in detail : Concept of ‘Iddat’ and ‘Mahar’ under the Muslim Law.

Explain in detail : Provisions of maintenance of wife under the Criminal Procedure Code.

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202 Labour & Industrial Law - I

Page - 7 of 28 202 Labour & Industrial Law - I Nov-2011 ➔ State the

Nov-2011

State the aims and objects of the Bombay Industrial Relations Act 1946 and industrial disputes act 1947.

Explain with decided cases the definition of worker, industries and industrial disputes under ID act.

Explain with Case laws the provisions against the illegal strike and Lockout Under The BIR act 1946.

Explain the concept of the wage board under the BIR act 1946 and discuss the jurisdiction of such wage board.

Explain in detail the various authorities and its power under the BIR act 1946.

Explain with Case laws the provisions of the safety and health under the factories act

1948.

Explain with decided cases the various stages of departmental enquiry for disciplinary action in light of the principles of natural justice.

Explain in detail the various benefits available under the employees State Insurance act

1946.

Explain standing orders under the industrial employment standing order act.

Explain methods of fixation of minimum wages under the minimum wages act.

Explain rights and privileges of the registered trade union.

Explain provisions of wages and deduction under the payment of wages act.

Explain object of the payment of the gratuity under the Payment of Gratuity Act.

Explain permanent and Temporary disabilities under the workmen compensation act.

Nov-2012

Discuss the powers and jurisdiction of the labour Court, industrial Tribunal and national Tribunal.

Discuss the provisions of the layoff and retrenchment under the industrial disputes act

1947.

Discuss the various authorities and its power under the Bombay Industrial Relations Act

1946.

Discuss under the provisions of the Bombay Industrial Relations Act 1946.

principle of collective bargaining and

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Write short note : conciliation proceedings.

Write short note : industry.

Write short note : strike and Lockout.

Write short note : illegal change.

Write short note : award.

Explain the provisions relating registration of trade union under the trade union act

1926.

Discuss the rights and duties of the office bearers of the union under the trade union act

1926.

Explain the various stages of the departmental enquiry for disciplinary action in the industrial establishment.

Discuss the objects applications and standing orders under the industrial employment standing orders act 1946.

Oct-2013

Discuss the provisions of "Strike" and "Lockout" under Industrial Dispute Act 1947.

Explain the definition of "an Industry and Industrial Dispute" with reference to passed judgment under Industrial Dispute Act 1947.

Discuss the concept of "Collective Bargaining” in detail under B.I.R. Act 1946.

State the kinds of unions and explain the provisions of registration of unions under B.I.R. Act 1946.

Explain the provisions relating registration on Trade Union under Trade Union Act 1926.

Discuss the rights and duties of the office-bearers of the Union under the Trade Union Act 1926.

Explain the various stages of the Departmental inquiry for disciplinary action in the industrial establishment.

Discuss the objects, applications and standing orders under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946.

Write explanatory notes : Conciliation Proceedings.

Write explanatory notes : Award.

Write explanatory notes : Jurisdiction of Industrial Tribunal.

Write explanatory notes : Lay-off and Retrenchment.

Nov-2014

Discuss the provisions of lay-off and retrenchment under the industrial dispute act 1947.

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Explain the definition of and ‘industry’ and ‘industrial dispute’ with reference to passed judgments under industrial disputes act 1947.

State the kinds of unions and explain the provisions of registration of unions under Gujarat industrial relations act (Former BIR Act 1946).

Discuss the concept of “Collective bargaining” in detail under Gujarat industrial relations act (former BIR act 1946).

Explain the provisions relating to trade union under the trade union act 1926.

Discuss the rights and duties of the office bearers of union under the trade union act

1926.

Explain various stages of Departmental Inquiry for disciplinary action in an industrial establishment.

Discuss the objects, applications and standing orders under the industrial employment (standing orders) act 1946.

Write short note : Award.

Write short note : industry.

Write short note : Illegal change.

Write short note : industrial tribunal.

Dec-2016 :

Explain in detail the aims and objectives of the Industrial Disputes Act 1947.

State the concept of ‘industry’ and “industrial dispute” with case laws under the I.D. Act

1947.

Explain in detail the concept of strikes and lock-outs with case laws under the I.D. Act

1947.

Explain in detail the Authorities under the I.D. Act 1947.

Explain in detail the provisions of “Notice of Change” under the Gujarat (Mumbai) Industrial Relations Act 1946 with case laws.

Explain in detail the provisions of Labour Courts and Industrial Courts prescribed under the Gujarat (Mumbai) Industrial Relations Act 1946 (BIR Act) with case laws.

Explain in detail the concept of collective bargaining with case laws under the Gujarat (Mumbai) Industrial Relations Act 1946.

Explain in detail the history and development of the “Trade Unionism” in India under the Trade Unions Act 1926.

Explain in detail : Standing orders and model standing orders under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946.

Explain in detail : Provisions of the Departmental Enquiries under the Industrial

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Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946.

Explain in detail : Registration of Trade Union under the Trade Union Act 1926.

Explain in detail : Priviledges of the registered trade union under the Trade Union Act

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203 Principles of Taxation Law

Page - 11 of 28 203 Principles of Taxation Law Nov-2011 ➔ Mention the income which

Nov-2011

Mention the income which is fully exempt under the Income Tax Act and discuss any five in detail.

Which type of income will fall under the head ‘Salary’? Discuss about the perquisites and its valuation.

Explain : Resident and non-resident.

Explain : Provision of Depreciation claim.

Explain : Speculation loss.

Explain : Provision of bad debts.

Explain : Incidental income.

Define annual value of house property. How would you derive the annual value of a self occupied property?

What is capital gain? Explain the method of calculating of long term and short term capital gain under Income Tax Act.

Wealth Tax

Explain under the wealth tax act : valuation date.

Explain under the wealth tax act : deemed assets.

Explain under the wealth tax act : exempted assets.

Explain under the wealth tax act : net assets.

Explain under the wealth tax act : penalty provision.

Define : Business.

Define : Total turnover.

Define : Dealer.

Discuss in detail : Registration under VAT Act 2003.

Elaborate the scheme of payment of lump-sum tax in lieu of tax on sales.

Central sales tax :

Discuss the provision of penalties and offenses under Central Sales Tax Act 1956.

Write short note : Declare goods.

Write short note : Appellate authority.

Write short note : Registration of a dealer.

Nov-2012

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Which type of income fall under the head salary ? Discuss about the prerequisites and its

taxation.

Define annual value of house property. How would you derive the annual value of a self

occupied property?

What do you understand by Capital gain? How many kinds of capital gain are there?

Explain the provision regarding capital gain. At what rate and how capital gain tax is to be calculated?

Discuss the provision relating to depreciation allowance, while computing under the head

profit and gains of business or profession.

Discuss : Resident and non-resident.

Discuss : Rectification of mistake u/s 154.

Discuss : Fully exempted incomes.

Discuss : Heads of income.

Discuss : Agricultural income.

Discuss : Incidental income.

Write short note : Exempted assets.

Write short note : Valuation date.

Write short note : Power of search and seizure.

Write short note : Net wealth.

Write short note : Time limit for filing wealth tax returns.

Write short note : Assessment procedure and seizure.

Write short note : Dealers (value added tax).

Write short note : Taxable turnover (value added tax).

Write short note : Capital goods (value added tax).

Write short note : Composition scheme (value added tax).

Write short note : Business (value added tax).

Write short note : Sale outside state (Central sales tax).

Write short note : Declared goods (Central sales tax).

Write short note : Appropriate state (central sales tax).

Write short note : Place of business (central sales tax).

Write short note : Compulsory and voluntary registration (central sales tax).

Oct-2013

Mention the income which is fully exempt under the Income Tax Act and discuss any five

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in details.

What is capital gain? Explain the method of calculating long term and short term capital gain under the Income Tax Act.

Discuss in detail about the income and expences to be considered under the head "Profit and Gain" from business of profession.

Which type of income will fall under the head salary ? Discuss about allowances and perquisites and its valuation.

Explain : Resident, Non-Resident and Ordinary Resident.

Explain : Types of Assessment.

Explain : Main heads of income With illustrations.

Explain : Speculation loss.

Explain : Rectification of Mistake u/s 154 of Income Tax Act.

Explain : State the provisions regarding filing of return.

Explain : Rectification of Mistake u/s 154 of Income Tax Act.

Explain : State the provisions regarding filing of return.

Explain : Incidental Income.

Explain : Applicable depreciation Exp. from net Income.

**wealth Tax**

Write short notes : Valuation date.

Write short notes : Net Wealth.

Write short notes : Exempted Assets.

Write short notes : Powers of search and seizure.

Write short notes : Exempted property from Wealth tax.

Write short notes : Assessment of tax on jewelery.

**Gujarat VAT and Central Sales Tax**

Explain : Composition scheme (V.A.T.).

Explain : Taxable Turnover (V.A.T.).

Explain : Explain provision for registration under VAT.

Explain : VAT and its objectives.

Explain : Interstate sales and purchase (Central Sales Tax Act).

Explain : Sales Price (Central Sales Tax Act).

Explain : Sales and dealer (Central sales tax).

Explain : Declared goods (Central sales tax).

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Mar-2014

Define “Agricultural Income and “Incidental Income. How agricultural income and incidental income is taxed under Income Tax Act.

Explain the procedure of appeals and revisions petition under Income Tax Act.

Define long term capital asset. Explain in detail how capital gains on transfer of long term capital asset is taxed.

Define annual income of house property. How would you derive the annual income of house property rented by owner. Explain in short.

Explain : Kinds of assessment.

Explain : Payment of advanced taxation.

Explain : Resident, non-resident and ordinarily resident.

Explain : Expences deductible from income of business profession.

Explain : Permanent account number.

Explain : Net welth (under wealth act).

Explain : Power of search and seizure (under wealth act).

Explain : Provisions of submitting return of wealth under wealth act.

Explain (Gujarat Value Added Tax) : Capital goods.

Explain (Gujarat Value Added Tax) : Sale.

Explain (Gujarat Value Added Tax) : Taxable turn over.

Explain (Gujarat Value Added Tax) : Purchase prise.

Explain (Gujarat Value Added Tax) : Provisions for registration.

Explain (Gujarat Value Added Tax) : Sale prise.

Explain (Central Sales Tax) : Sale-purchase in the course of export.

Explain (Central Sales Tax) : Discuss different types of offenses and provisions of penalty under Central Sales Tax.

Explain (Central Sales Tax) : Discuss different rates of taxes under CST.

Explain (Central Sales Tax) : Declared goods.

Nov-2014

Which types of income will come under the head of salary? Discuss about allowances and perquisites ant its valuation.

Explain :

Resident, non-resident and ordinarily resident.

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Incidental income.

Define “long term capital asset”. Explain in detail which head and how capital gains on transfer of long term capital asset is taxed.

Discuss the deductions which are available in computing the total income under the head “profits and gains” of business.

Explain : Penalty provisions for concealment of income.

Explain : Exempted income under wealth tax.

Explain : Taxable income under wealth tax.

Provision of investigation and seizure under wealth tax.

Assessment date.

PAN.

Discuss in detail : Registration of traders and tax paying liabilities under VAT Gujarat.

Discuss : Sales and dealer.

Discuss : Taxable turnover.

Discuss : Capital good and sales prise.

Discuss in detail : Provisions relating to inter-state purchase and sales under central sales tax act.

Discuss : Provisions of compulsory and voluntary registration.

Discuss : Provisions relating to different types of offence and penalty and different rates of taxes under CST act.

Dec-2016 :

Explain in detail the “Agricultural Income” and “Incidental Income” under the Income Tax Act.

Explain in detail the various head of income under the Income Tax Act.

Explain the procedure of Appeals and Revisions under the Income Tax Act.

Explain in detail the Exempted Income under the Income Tax Act.

Explain in detail the provisions relating to taxable turnover and state the composition scheme under the Value Added Tax Act.

Explain the provisions relating to Registration of the dealer in detail under the Value Added Tax Act and state its benefits to the Dealer.

Define and explain the terms “Sale” and “Sale Price” under the Central Sales Tax Act along with relevant cases.

Explain in detail the provisions relating to “Place of Business” as well as “Sale outside the state” with case laws under the Central Sales Tax Act.

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Write explanatory notes : Recovery of the service tax under the Service Tax Act 1994.

Write explanatory notes : Provisions relating to penalty under the Service Tax Act 1994.

Write explanatory notes : Tax deduction at source under the Income Tax Act.

Write explanatory notes : Provisions relating to Resident of India and Non-resident of India under the Income Tax Act.

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204 Administrative Law

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Nov-2011

Explain in detail : the concept and development of Administrative Law.

Explain in detail : principles of natural justice given in Administrative Law.

Explain the meaning of delegated legislation and different kinds of control on it with decided cases.

Explain in detail : principle of “rule of law”.

Explain in detail : principle of “separation of power”.

Explain in detail : concept and jurisdiction of administrative tribunals.

Explain the contractual liabilities of the state with decided cases.

Explain the tortuous liabilities of the state with decided cases.

Explain : powers and jurisdiction of Lokpal and Lokayukta.

Explain : concept and importance of the public corporation.

Explain : administrative law is part of the constitutional law.

Explain : Kinds of writs.

Explain : difference between Art-226 and 227 of the constitution of India.

Explain : controls on the discretionary powers of the administrators.

Nov-2012

Explain in detail : Prof Dicey’s principle of “rule of law”.

Discuss : “Administrative Law is a part of constitutional law”.

Explain in detail : the doctrine of separation of powers propounded by Montesque and analyze its acceptance in India.

What is delegated legislation? Explain the steps relating to control over delegated legislation.

Discuss the characteristics and importance of administrative tribunal. Explain how administrative tribunals differ from courts.

What is writ of habeas corpus? Explain with illustration in which circumstances it can be filed.

Explain in detail : the principle of natural justice with necessary cases.

Discuss the tortuous liabilities of state.

Write note : Parliamentary control on public corporation.

Write note : Special leave to appeal before the supreme court.

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Write note : vigilance commission.

Write note : ombudsman.

Write note : difference between powers under art-32 and 226.

Write note : Act of sub-delegation.

Write note : Lokpal and Lokayukta.

Write note : Doctrine of legitimate expectation.

Oct–2013

“Doctrine of Separation is never completely accepted and implemented in India.” Discuss this' statement and explain the doctrine of Separation of Powers as given by Montesque.

”Administrative Law is a branch of Constitutional Law." Discuss.

Explain the following in the light of principles of natural justice along with relevant cases of the Supreme Court of India

"No one should be condemned unheard"

“No one shall be the judge in his own case”

Explain in detail the tortuous liabilities of the State taking into consideration the Judicial Approach.

Explain in detail the Principle of Rule of Law and the approach of the supreme Court in the year 1951 about the same and thereafter.

Explain in detail the Delegated Legislation and Control over it.

State different type of Writs and significance thereof. Explain in detail When Writ of Quo Warranto is useful. HOW it differs from other writs in procedure ?

Explain the constitutions, characteristics and functions of the

State different type of Writs and significance thereof. Explain in detail when Writ of Quo Warranto is useful. How it differs from other Writs in procedure ?

Explain the constitutions, characteristics and functions of the Administrative Tribunals. Describe importance thereof.

Write notes : Malafide : Grounds for Judicial Review of Administrative Direction.

Write notes : Vigilance Commission.

Write notes : Public Corporation.

Write notes : Distinction between writ jurisdiction of High Courts and the Supreme Court.

Write notes : Special Leave Petition as judicial remedy.

Write notes : Ombudsman and its adequacy in India.

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Write notes : Conditional Legislation.

Nov-2014

Discuss in detail the principle of “Rule of law” propounded by prof dicey along with its

implementation in India.

Explain in detail the judicial and legislative control over the delegated legislation.

Discuss the principle of “Audi alteram partem” (hear the other side) with decided cases.

What do you mean by administrative tribunals. Discuss its nature and characteristics.

Explain the position of administrative tribunals after the decision of L Chandrakumar -v- union of India.

Explain in detail the doctrine of separation of powers. Weather this doctrine is fully

accepted in India. Explain with illustrations.

Explain the power of high courts to issue writs under Art-226 of the constitution of India.

How these powers differ from that of supreme court under Art-32?

Explain in detail the tortuous liabilities of state.

Explain the nature scope and sources of administrative law. Describe its growth in India.

Discuss : Public corporations.

Discuss : Sub-delegation.

Discuss : Appellate jurisdiction of the supreme court.

Discuss : conditional legislation.

Discuss : writ of habeas corpus.

Discuss : ombudsman.

Dec-2015

Define the administrative law and scope of administrative law. Discuss the development

of administrative law in India.

“Doctrine of separation of power is never completely accepted and implemented in

India” Discuss the statement and explain the doctrine of separation of power given by Montesque.

State different types of writs and significance thereof. Explain in detail when writ of Quo-

warranto is useful. How it differs from other writs in procedure.

Discuss in detail the principle of “Rule of law” propounded by Prof. Dicey along with the

implementation in India.

Discuss the administrative act. Differentiate between administrative act, judicial act and

quasi judicial act.

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Explain the contractual liabilities and tortious liabilities of state with decided cases.

Define the term “public corporation” and explain its statutory and constitutional position.

Explain the meaning of delegated legislation and different kinds of control on it with decided cases.

Explain : difference between Art-32 and 226 of constitution of India.

Explain : Vigilance commission.

Explain : Conditional legislation.

Explain : Powers and jurisdiction of Lokpal and Lokayukta.

Explain : Sub-delegation.

Explain : writ of habeas corpus.

Explain : principle of natural justice.

Explain : administrative tribunals.

Dec-2016 :

Explain in detail the meaning and nature of Administrative Law and state the reasons for its growth.

Discuss the doctrine of Separation of Powers in detail.

Discuss in detail the concept of Delegated Legislation.

Discuss in detail the concept of Administrative Action and Administrative Functions.

Discuss in detail the meaning and importance of “Judicial Review”.

Explain in detail the relationship of Administrative Law with Constitutional Law with case laws.

Explain in detail the powers and functions of Vigilance Commission with case laws.

Discuss in detail the concept and kinds of Administrative Tribunals.

Explain : Judicial functions and Quasi-judicial functions.

Explain : Principle of Rule of Law.

Explain : Kinds of writs.

Explain : Principle of Natural Justice.

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205 Public International Law

Page - 21 of 28 205 Public International Law Nov-2011 ➔ “The main thrust of public

Nov-2011

“The main thrust of public international law shall be development of human rights law and jurisprudence at international, regional and national levels” Explain this statement.

State the definition and concept of public international law and private international law.

State the sources and subjects of international law.

State in detail, origin and development of international law in India.

State the general principles of law recognized by the civilized nations and resolutions of the general assembly.

Explain the concept of equity and judicial decisions in the public international law.

Explain the concept of “sovereign equality of state” and “non-intervention”.

Explain the state jurisdiction on terrorism, hijacking, narcotics, war crimes, and crimes against peace.

Explain : Treatment of aliens and concept of extradition.

Explain : State territory and its jurisdiction.

Explain : Recognition of state and its responsibility.

Explain : Powers and functions of international organizations.

Nov-2012

State in detail, the origin and development of international law in India.

Discuss in detail : the origin sources of international law.

Is international law, a true law?

Discuss and individual as a subject of international law.

Explain in detail the jurisdiction of state in respect of terrorism, hijacking, narcotic drugs, etc.

Discuss the theories regarding the relation between international law and state law.

Explain in detail the concept and mode of recognition of state.

Explain : Asylum.

Explain : Alien.

Explain : Extradition.

Explain : International labor organization.

Oct-2013

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Define International Law. Is International Law a true law ?

State the definition and concept of Public International Law and Private International Law.

Explain the concept of “Sovereign Equality of State" and “Non-Intervention”.

Explain State jurisdiction on terrorism, hijacking, narcotics, war crimes and crimes against peace.

Discuss the sources of International Law in detail.

Discuss “Individual” as a subject of International Law.

Explain the recognition and modes of recognition of state in detail.

Discuss amicable and coercive means of settlement of International Dispute.

Write short note : Aliens.

Write short note : Security Council.

Write short note : Treaty.

Write short note : Refuge.

Write short note : Extradition.

Write short note : State Responsibility.

Nov-2014

Explain in detail the characteristic of public international law.

Is international law a true law? Explain.

Explain in detail the usage, customs and treaties are the main sources of international law.

Explain the doctrine of basic rights and duties of state.

Explain the principle of sovereign equality of states with its limitations.

Discuss in detail the rights and duties of states with regard to alien.

Settlement of international disputes by peaceful means or amicable – Explain

Discuss the effects of war and armed conflicts.

Write short notes : The general assembly of UN.

Write short notes : Asylum.

Write short notes : Extradition.

Write short notes : Hijacking.

Write short notes : International criminal court.

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Dec-2015

Discuss the origin and development of public international law.

Discuss in detail the sources of international law.

Explain the principle of sovereign equity of states.

Explain the doctrine of fundamental rights and duties of states.

Explain the modes of recognition of states in international law.

Explain : Piracy.

Explain : International terrorism.

Explain the validity and invalidity of treaties.

Explain the peaceful methods of settlement of disputes.

Write short note : Effects of wars and armed conflicts.

Write short note : Objectives of united nations.

Write short note : International court of justice.

Write short note : Extradition.

Write short note : Asylum.

Write short note : Hijacking.

Dec-2016 :

Explain in detail the main sources of International Law.

Explain the meaning and concept of the International Law.

Explain in detail regarding individual as a subject of the International Law.

Explain in detail the meaning and various steps towards the conclusion of the “Treaty”.

Discuss regarding relationship between the states and International Laws.

Explain in detail the main modes of the settlement of international disputes.

Discuss in detail the concept of “Extradition”.

Explain in detail the purpose and jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice.

Explain in detail : Security Council of the UNO.

Explain in detail : Concept of the recognition of the state.

Explain in detail : Treatment towards aliens.

Explain in detail : State jurisdiction on Terrorism.

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206F Principles of Equity

Page - 24 of 28 206F Principles of Equity Oct-2013 ➔ A What is Equity ?

Oct-2013

A What is Equity ? Discuss its origin, historical background, development and importance.

"Equity neither destroys nor creates the law, but helps the law." Explain.

Discuss how Equity has developed new rights, new remedies and new procedures.

Explain the following

Evolution of equitable Interest in the Property.

Use of Equity in enacting and interpreting the statutes.

Explain : Who seeks Equity, he must come with clean hands.

Explain : Equity follows the law.

Explain : Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy.

Explain : Delay defeats Equity.

Explain : Equity is Equality.

Explain : Equity imputes an intention to fulfill an obligation.

Explain : Where there is equal Equity, the law shall prevail.

Explain : Equity looks to the Intent rather than the Form.

Nov-2014

Explain in detail the origin and development of the equity.

Explain in detail the objects and consequences of the judicature acts of 1873 as well as

1875.

Explain in detail the origin and development of the equity in India.

“Delay defeats equity” Explain in detail this maxim by giving illustrations.

“Equality is equity” Explain in detail this maxim by giving illustrations.

“Equity looks to the intent rather than form” explain in detail this maxim with illustrations.

“Equity follows the law” explain in detail this maxim by giving illustration.

“Where there is equal equity, the law shall prevail” explain in detail this maxim with illustrations.

Dec-2015

Explain the new rights, remedies and procedures developed by equity.

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Discuss in detail about origin, development, nature and importance of equity.

“Two streams of law and equity have met, now they run in the same channel but their water do not mix” Discuss.

Explain with illustration and cases, the application of principles of equity in India.

Explain : equity imputes an intention to fulfill and obligation.

Explain : who seeks equity must come with clean hands.

Explain : equity looks to intent rather than the form.

Explain : Distinction between legal and equitable estates.

Discuss : who seeks equity must do equity.

Discuss : equity acts in personam.

Discuss : evolution of equitable interest in the poverty.

Discuss : where there is equal equity, the law shall prevail.

Dec-2016 :

Explain the meaning of equity and state in detail the development as well as importance of Equity in India.

“Equity and Law are supplement to each other”, discuss this statement with case laws.

Discuss in detail the new Rights, Remedies and Procedure developed by Equity with case laws.

“The basis of equity are matter of grace and matter of conscience” Explain this statement in detail with illustration and decided cases.

Explain in detail : Equity follows the law.

Explain in detail : He who seeks equity must do equity.

Explain in detail : Equality is equity.

Explain in detail : Equity looks to the intent rather than the forms.

Explain in detail : Equity acts in personam.

Explain in detail : Where there is equal equity, the law shall prevail.

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207K Legal Terms Phrases & Maxims

Page - 26 of 28 207K Legal Terms Phrases & Maxims Oct-2013 ➔ "Command over Latin

Oct-2013

"Command over Latin legal terms is sine qua non every lawyer" Discuss this statement taking into consideration the importance of Latin Legal Terms.

Explain the following legal maxim along With the relevant eases : “Injuria sine Demno."

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Accord.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Caveat Emptor.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Capricious.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Coparencery.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Frivolous and Vexatious.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Onerous.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Rule absolute.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Sub iudice.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Vicarious Liability.

Explain the legal term and frame the sentence : Testamentary.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Acto personalis Moritur cum persona.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Damnum sine Injuria Esse Potest.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Innoratia Facit Excusact, Ignoratia juris Non Excusat.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Ex Nudo Pactonon Oritur Actio.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Qui Facit Per Alium Facit Per Se.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Ubi jus ibi remedium.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Res Ipsa Loquitur.

Discuss the Legal Maxims with relevant cases : Salus Populi Supreme Lex.

Nov-2014

Explain in detail the meaning and significance of legal terms and legal phrases in the field of law.

Define and explain with relevant cases and illustrations the following legal maxim “Volenti non fit injuria”.

Explain and frame sentence : Abandon.

Explain and frame sentence : Bonafide.

Explain and frame sentence : Damage and damages.

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Explain and frame sentence : De hors.

Explain and frame sentence : De novo.

Explain and frame sentence : Double jeopardy.

Explain and frame sentence : Legum Baccalaureus.

Explain and frame sentence : Lunatic.

Explain and frame sentence : Valuable security.

Explain and frame sentence : Vicarious liability.

Discuss with relevant cases : Actio personalis moritur cum persona.

Discuss with relevant cases : Delegates non protest delegare.

Discuss with relevant cases : Damnum sine injuria esse potest.

Discuss with relevant cases : Ignorantia facit excusact ignorantia juris non excusat.

Explain in detail with decided cases : Res ispa loquitur.

Explain in detail with decided cases : Ubi jus ibi remedium.

Explain in detail with decided cases : Volenti non fit injuruia.

Explain in detail with decided cases : In bonam partem.

Jan-2016

A lawyer can not effectively develop the art of drafting and art of oral advocacy without

proper knowledge of legal phrases and legal maxims. Discuss.

Mr X a football player of team PQR sustains injury while playing a match against the

players of team ABC. He files a suit to recover compensation against all players of team ABC. Will he succeed? Answer with reasons and application of appropriate maxims.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Abscond.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Ad-interim.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Caveat emptor.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Causes omissus.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : De hors.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Legum Baccalaureus.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Quid pro quo.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Sub judice.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Verdict.

Explain and frame sentence thereof : Vicarious liability.

Discuss with relevant cases : Damnum sine injuria esse potest.

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Discuss with relevant cases : Falsus in uno falsus in omnibus.

Discuss with relevant cases : Injuria dine damno.

Discuss with relevant cases : Delegatus non potest delegate.

Discuss with relevant cases : Qui facit per alium facit per se.

Discuss with relevant cases : Ubi jus ibi remedium.

Discuss with relevant cases : Salus populi supreme lex.

Discuss with relevant cases : Res ipsa loquitur.

Dec-2016 :

“In order to become good lawyer or Researcher in law, the knowledge of legal terms and legal maxims is inevitable” Discuss.

Explain with illustration and relevant cases following legal maxim : “Res Ipsa Loquitur”.

Explain : Accord.

Explain : Acquiscence.

Explain : Bonafide.

Explain : Damage and Damages.

Explain : De novo.

Explain : Double Jeopardy.

Explain : Ad interim.

Explain : Pro Bono Publico.

Explain : Quid Pro Quo.

Explain : Void and Voidable.

Discuss with relevant cases : Demnum sine injuria.

Discuss with relevant cases : Ignoratia facit excusact, Ignoratia juris non excusact.

Discuss with relevant cases : Ubi jus ibi remedium.

Discuss with relevant cases : Falsus in uno falsus in omnibus.

Discuss with relevant cases : In bona partem.

Discuss with relevant cases : Acto personalis moritur cum persona.

Discuss with relevant cases : Injuria sine demno.

Discuss with relevant cases : Volenti noon fit injuria.

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