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Rules
1. Maximum Marks: 100
2. No. of Questions: 25
3. Each question carry 4 marks.
4. No Negative Marking.
5. Each participant is allowed a single attempt.
Give correct response.A, the accused was beating B with his fists, when the latter’s wife with a baby on her shoulder interfered. A hit the woman but the blow struck the child on his head resulting in death. Held :
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Point out incorrect response. The following are the essential elements of the offence of extortion
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A change of nature of obligation of a contract is known as
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------Assertion (A): X, because of unsoundness of mind, not knowing the nature of the act attacks Y, who in self-defence and in order to ward off the attack, hits him thereby causing him hurt. Y does not commit an offence.-------Reason (R): Y had a right of private defence against X under Section 98 of the Indian Penal Code.Of the above statements.
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A sees a watch belonging to Z lying on a table in Z’s house, not wanting to misappropriate the watch immediately to avoid search and detection, hides the watch in a place from where it can not be found. A commits theft when the watch
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A person ran away from a hotel without paying the bill, he was caught by servants. In this course he killed one of the hotel servants. He took the plea of private defence.
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Give best response.A entered the house of B at the dead of night with the intention of committing theft. B struck him with a lathi in the dark and A fell down unconscious. B gave him one more blow which fell on A’s head, causing extensive bleeding and A’s death. B is prosecuted for murder and takes the plea that the death was caused in exercise of the right of private defence of property. Here :
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Give correct response.A married a girl, Sudha aged about 10 years slept in the night with her mother-in-law. Her husband Vinay aged about 19 years slept with his brother in another hut but in the same homestead. In the early hours of the fateful day the mother-in-law woke Sudha and told her to go about her household duties. Shortly after this Sudha was seen running out of the house and her husband was found mortally wounded on the neck by her. She was hiding herself in a field and could be found only in the afternoon.
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Give the correct response.In most of the defences, in which a person is being prosecuted for the commission of a crime, may plead, it is essential that the act alleged must have been done in good faith. Good faith means:
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Voluntarily throwing or attempting to throw acid is an offence punishable under
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Which is not an ingredient in means rea
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--------Assertion (A): X and Y had independently entertained the idea to kill Z. Accordingly each of them separately inflicted wounds on Z, who dies in consequence. X and Y are liable for murder with the aid of Section 34 IPC. --------Reason (R): When a criminal act is done by several persons in furtherance of common intention of all, each of such persons is liable as if the whole act is done by him alone.Of the above statements.
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Under section 65 of IPC sentence of imprisonment for non-payment of fine shall be limited to
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A hangman who hangs the prisoners pursuant to the order of the court is exempt from criminal liability by virtue of:
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How many types of punishment have been prescribed under the Indian Penal Code
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Give correct response.A, the accused who professed to be a snake-charmer, persuaded D, the deceased to be bitten by a poisonous snake, by inducing him to believe that he has power to protect him from harm :
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Give best response.A and B have been married for some time. Due to acute financial difficulties they decide to commit suicide. A procures some poison which both of them take. But A, the husband survives whereas B, the wife dies as a result of taking the poison. In this case :
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Point out incorrect response. The following persons are exempted from the jurisdiction of criminal courts in India.
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An Indian citizen commits any offence out of India, he
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A was stabbed by B. His brother in law when he forcibly took his wife from his father in law house.
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Give the correct response
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The accused ravished a girl of 13 years in furtherance of the act of rape placed his hand upon her mouth thereby causing death by suffocation. The sole defence was a plea of drunkenness.
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What is the age of a child if he is to be exempted from criminal liability?
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Point out the incorrect response. The following are the ingredients of the defence of accident under section 80 I.P.C. :-
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A drunken person killed his uncle. It was established that he was in such a state of intoxication, incapable of forming specific intent to kill. He is:
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-------Assertion (A): When murder is committed by a member of an unlawful assembly in prosecution of common object of the assembly, all those who are members of that assembly at that time are liable for the murder.------Reason (R): Members of an unlawful assembly are liable only if they participate in the commission of the murder.Of the above statements.
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