JCJ – MODEL EXAM CONDUCTED BY DIG VIJAY COACHING ON 22nd JULY 2012
DESCRIPTIVE PAPER – 4/2012
Answer Any Five Questions from each Part.
PART – A (CRIMINAL)
a) Bring out the differences between “Murder” and “Culpable Homicide”.
b) What is meant by Dowry? When can the court Presume that the death is dowry death? What is the punishment for such offence?
a) What is meant by taking” Cognizance “? How cognizance of any offence is taken by a Magistrate?
b) Explain the principle of “ autrefois convict “ and “ autrefois acquit” as provided under the provisions of Cr.P.C and the constitution of India
a) Explain the difference between Sec. 34 I.P.C. and Sec. 149 I.P C.
b) What is meant by committal to a court of sessions? What the Magistrate should do at the time of such committal?
a) “No confession made to a police officer shall be proved against a person accused of an offence” Explain.
b) Explain the procedure for trial of a warrant case by magistrate instituted otherwise on a Police Report.
a) Refreshing Memory
b) Impeaching credit of a witness
c) Burden of Proof
d) Res gestae
c) Supplemental charge sheet
d) Plea bargaining
7. Explain the significance of General Exceptions under Criminal Law
PART – B (CIVIL)
a) Briefly Explain “ Set-off and “ Counter-Claim
b) State the Presumptions under Sec. 118 of N.I. Act?
a) Bring out the differences between “Lease” and “License”?
b) What is meant by “Transfer of Property”? What properties cannot be transferred?
a) What is meant by abatement of a suit? State the effect of abatement?
b) Define Easement”. Briefly explain various kinds of easements?
a) Explain “Contract of Guarantee”. Bring out the differences between Guarantee and Indemnity
b) State the documents of which Registration is Compulsory? What is time of Registration?
a) Public Document
b) Mode of Proof of will
c) Amendment of pleadings
d) Summary Procedure
a) Briefly explain procedure to be followed by the court for granting a temporary injunction?
b) Explain - Judicial Separation and Divorce.
a) Doctrine of Frustration
b) Agreement in restraint of Trade
d) Free consent.