Rajasthan Judicial Prelim 2016 Question Paper

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Rajasthan Judicial Prelim 2016 Question Paper

Delhi Law Academy presents below the question paper for RJS Prelims 2016 held on 10th July 2016 for Civil Judges in Rajasthan. Complete Solution for this RJS 2016 Paper is available on our website only for our students through login password.            

  1. An arbitration agreement providing for arbitration by four arbitrators is, under the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996, to be construed as an agreement for arbitration by

(1)        Sole arbitrator.

(2)        Five arbitrators.

(3)        Three arbitrators.

(4)        Four arbitrators.

  1. Specific performance of any contract may be ordered where

(1)        There exists no standard for ascertaining actual damage by non performance of the        act to be done.

(2)        Compensation in money is adequate relief.

(3)        The performance of the contract involves performance of continuous duty which the       court cannot supervise.

(4)        The contract is by its nature determinable.

  1. A partnership firm is

(1)        A distinct legal entity from its partners.

(2)        An independent juristic person.

(3)        An agent of its partners.

(4)        None of the above.

(4)        ln view of Section 105 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 a lease of immovable            property is a transfer of :-

(1)        A right to enjoy such property in consideration of a price paid or promised or of   money, a share of crops, service or any other thing of value.

(2)        An interest in specific immovable property for securing the payment of money     advanced.

(3)        Ownership in consideration of price paid or promised.

(4)        Certain immovable property, made voluntarily and without consideration.

  1. Which Article of the Constitution of India provides that the law declared by the Supreme Court of India shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India?

(1)        Article 141

(2)        Article 139A

(3)        Article 140

(4)        Article 142

  1. A lease of immovable property for any term exceeding one year can be made

(1)        Only by a registered instrument

(2)        By oral agreement

(3)        By oral agreement accompanied with delivery of possession

(4)        Either by oral agreement or by a registered instrument

  1. Provisions of Section 5 of the Limitation Act, 1963 for extension of prescribed period are applicable to

(1)        A suit

(2)        An application for execution of decree

(3)        Both the above

(4)        None-of the above

  1. A suit may be defeated due to :-

(1)        Non joinder of a proper party

(2)        Misjoinder of a necessary party

(3)        Non joinder of a necessary party.

(4)        Misjoinder of a proper party.

  1. Communication of acceptance is complete as against the proposer :-

(1)        When it comes to the knowledge of the proposer.

(2)        When it is put in the course of transmission to the proposer so as to be out of power        of the acceptor.

(3)        When the acceptance is communicated to the proposer.

(4)        All the above.

  1. The Commissioner appointed under the provisions of Order XVIII of the Code of Civil Procedure for the purposes of recording of evidence cannot :-

(1)        Re-examine a witness

(2)        Decide objections raised during the recording of evidence

(3)        None of the above

(4)        Both (1) & (2)

  1. ‘Premises’ under the Rajasthan Rent Control Act, 20Q1 does not include :-

(1)        Out house appurtenant to a building

(2)        Accommodation in a hostel

(3)        Both (1) & (2)

(4)        None of the above

  1. ‘Dominant heritages’ under the Easements Act, 1882 means :-

(1)        The Land for the beneficial enjoyment of which the right exists

(2)        The land on which the liability is imposed

(3)        Both (1) & (2)

(4)        Neither (1) nor (2)

  1. ‘Lok Adalats’ are organised under which legislation?

(1)        Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

(2)        The Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987

(3)        Code of Civil Procedure, 1908

(4)        None of the above

  1. The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 applies to :-

(1)        all judicial proceedings in or before any Court

(2)        affidavits presented to any Court or Officer

(3)        proceedings before an Arbitrator

(4)        all the above

  1. The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is not applicable to :-

(1)        a follower of the Brahmo Samaj

(2)        the person, who is a Sikh by religion

(3)        any person, who is a convert to the Hindu religion

(4)        the members of any Scheduled Tribe


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