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Enrollment No. …………………………... DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./IV Sem.

/ET/April-18/CPC
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
April - 2018
Civil Procedure Code
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. "Every suit shall be instituted in court of lowest grade competent to try it", Explain.
State principles which guide a plaintiff in determining the place of filing a suit.
Explain the provisions of CPC which are applied in determining the forum for
institution of a suite relating to immovable property.
2. What do you understand by Set Off. Distinguish between Legal and Equitable set off.
3. What do you understand by the doctrine of "Res Judicata" as given in C.P.C 1908?
How this doctrine is different from the rule contained in Section 10 C.P.C.?
4. Define Summons. What are various modes of affecting service of summons on
defendant? Discuss fully.
5. Who may be joined as Plaintiffs and Defendants? What is the effect of non-joinder of
parties?
6. What do you understand by Reference? On what grounds does a reference lie? What
is the difference between Reference, Review and Revision. Illustrate with examples.

(SECTION – B) (02X05)

7. What is Misjoinder of parties and its effects.


8. What do you mean by 'second appeal'?
9. What is Attachment before judgement?
10. What is Receiver?

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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./IV/ET/April-18/CL-II
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
April - 2018
Constitutional Law -II
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. ‘The power to grant Pardon is open to judicial review on limited grounds’. Do you agree
with the statement? Support your answer with the help of case law.
2. Mention the procedure provided in Article 368 to amend the constitution and what has
been the approach of judiciary towards constituent power.
3. Write a brief note on the present system of appointment and transfer of judges in the
higher judiciary in India.
4. Write a note on Parliamentary Privileges. With the help of relevant case law, discuss the
privileges granted in the Constitution and also other privileges.
5. According to Professor Wheare, the Indian Constitution is almost ‘Quasi-federal, a
unitary state with subsidiary federal features, rather than a federal State with subsidiary
unitary features’. Do you agree with his view? Support your answer with constitutional
provisions.
6. Write a note on
a) Pith and substance rule
b) Residuary Powers
c) Inconsistency or repugnancy between union and state laws

(SECTION – B) (02X05)

Write short notes:


7. Independence of Judiciary in India.
8. Critical analysis of doctrine of Basic Structure.
9. Theory of territorial nexus.
10. Ordinance Making Power of the President.

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Enrollment No……………………………. DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./IV Sem./ET/April-18/FL-II
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
April - 2018
Family Law-II
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. Define Mitakshara Coparcenary and discuss in detail, the rights and obligation of
coparceners.
2. Define the power and position of Karta in the Hindu joint family. Can a female be a karta
of a Hindu joint family?
3. Explain the general rules of succession under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 and the
changes bought by the 2005 amendment. Discuss in detail, the disqualification of a legal
heir to inherit property.
4. Explain in detail, the power of alienation of coparcenary property by karta.
5. “Gift is the transfer of certain existing moveable or immoveable property made
voluntarily and without consideration.” Discuss the subject matter of gift with the
conditions that makes gift valid under the Muslim law.
6. What is Will and who can make a Will? What formalities are necessary for a valid Will
and in whose favour can it be made?

(SECTION – B) (02X05)

7. Differentiate between self acquired and ancestral property.


8. Differentiate between de-jure and de-facto partition.
9. Types of gift under the Muslim law.
10. The Hafeez Bibi case.

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Enrollment No. …………………. DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./IV Sem./ET/April-18/IPC-I
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
April - 2018
Indian Penal Code-I
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. The insanity defence is based on the principle that punishment for crime is justified only
if defendants were capable of controlling their moral behavior and could appreciate the
wrongfulness of behaviour at the time the crime was committed. Insane people (people
suffering from a mental disease) are not moral actors, and so should not be criminally
punished for acts committed because of insanity.
In the light of the above statement, discuss the contours of the law on defence of insanity
in India. Take help of leading cases on the point.
2. What defence, if any, is available to the accused in the following circumstances:
(a) A and B had a quarrel on some petty issue which soon turned in an ugly fight between
them, C a lady from their neighbourhood who had an infant in her lap, intervened and
tried to separated them. A and B would not listen to her and A got even more furious and
aimed a blow at C. The bow landed on the child as a result of which the child died. A is
tried for murder of the child.
(b) Armed with a bow and arrows. A was guarding his field at night. B, with an intention
to steal from the field, stealthily entered the field trying hard not to be noticed. However,
B stumbled upon a haystack, creating some unusual noise. Believing it to some wild
animal, A shot an arrow in the direction. The arrow hit B who instantly died. A is tried for
B's murder.
3. (a) Discuss fully the Doctrine of mens rea.
(b) Distinguish between Knowledge, intention and motive.
4. With the help of decided cases, discuss the law on criminal attempts in India.What are the
tests employed by the courts to determine that an attempt to commit an offence has been
made?
5. Discuss the principle of constructive criminal liability under Section 34 IPC. How is this
liability different from the liability under section 149 IPC?
6. Differentiate between the substantive offence of conspiracy and abetment by conspiracy.
Take help of statutory provisions and case law. Can a single individual be convicted for
criminal conspiracy even if all the co-conspirators are acquitted?

(SECTION – B) (02X05)

7. Briefly discuss the present day law on criminal responsibility of children.


8. Under what circumstances does the right of private defence of body extend to causing
death?
9. What are the different theories of Punishment?
10. Give your views on death penalty as a mode of punishment.
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Enrollment No……………………………. DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./IV Sem./ ET/April-18/MC &CLE

Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70


April-2018
Moot Court & Clinical Legal Education
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. What are the purposes of organizing Moot Court Competitions in Universities/Colleges
for law-students?
2. Point out the types of Moot Court Competitions organized in Universities/Colleges and
the strategies likely to be adopted for such competitions.
3. What duties does an Advocate owe towards his client? Answer the question with the help
of BCI Rules.
4. Narrate the Concept of Contempt of Court with the help of Illustrative case-law.
5. What kinds of defence will be pleaded by any person charged with Civil Contempt?
Answer with the help of decided cases.
6. Point out the main purposes behind the enactment of Legal Services Authorities Act,
1987.

(SECTION – B) (02X5)
Write Short Notes on:

7. Punishment for Contempt of Court

8. Rule regarding unsettled fee between the Advocate & Client

9. Entitlement to avail the legal services under the Provisions of LSA Act, 1987

10. Permanent Lok Adalat

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Enrollment No. …………………. DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./IV Sem./ET/April-18/PIL
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
April - 2018
Public International Law
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. Enrica Lexie case involves a serious conflict between domestic law and International law.
Critically discuss some of the central issues by substantiating your own views.
2. With respect to the Anglo Norwegian Fisheries case, whether the method of straight base
line can be justified?
3. Discuss any two Principles of delimitation of Continental Shelf. Show diagrams wherever
required.
4. Distinguish diplomatic protection from diplomatic immunity. Discuss the appropriate
standard of conduct in dealing with foreign nationals by a State and the nationality
requirement for the admissibility of invoking State responsibility for the treatment of
foreign nationals by a State.
5. Explain the distinction between signing and ratifying a treaty by a State and its respective
consequences. What do you mean by reservations to treaty provisions by a State party to
the treaty and how reservations differ from interpretive declarations by the State parties?
6. Explain the principle of self determination in International Law. Discuss the theories of
recognition and explain the consequences of de facto and de jure recognition with the
help of case laws.

(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short notes

7. Mare Clausum versus Mare Liberum


8. Positive versus Historical School of International Law
9. Jus Cogens and Persistent Objector principle
10. Material Breach under Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, 1969

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