1) How many types of punishment have been prescribed under the Indian Penal Code 1860…

(a)  Four.

(b) Five 

(c) Six

(d) Three

Correct Answer is (B) Five 

2) Which one of the following is correct... 

(a) The categories of the criminal should be determined by general laws...

(b) There should be ex-post-facto penal laws

(c) The penal statutes should be strictly followed or construed.

(d) None of them.

Correct answer is (c) The penal statutes should be strictly followed or construed.


3) Which one of the following is not an ingredient in mens rea..

(a) Strict or absolute liability

(b) Public nuisance

(c) Ignorance of the law is no excuse – maxim

(d) All are correct.

Correct Answer is (d) All are correct. 


4) Threatening to commit certain acts forbidden by Indian Penal Code,1860 is associated with which one of the following? 

(a) Coercion

(b) Fraud

(c) Misrepresentation

(d) Mistake.

Correct Answer is (a) Coercion


5)  “Active concealment of fact” is associated with which one of the following ? 

(a) Misrepresentation

(b) Mistake.

(c) Fraud

(d) Undue influence 

Correct Answer is (c) Fraud  


6) A change of nature of the obligation of a contract is known as: 

(a)  Alteration

(b) Rescission

(c) Noation

(d) Repudiation.

Correct Answer is (c) Noation  


7) A contract implied by law is known as: 

(a) Contingent contract

(b) Quasi contract

(c) Expressed contract

(d) Implied contract.

Correct Answer is (b) Quasi-contract

8) Law directed by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all the Courts with the territory of India. Here Courts means: 

(a) All Courts including the Supreme Court of India

(b) All Courts except the Supreme Court of India

(c) All Courts including the Supreme Court except such branches of the Supreme Court which consists of seven judges or more

(d) All Courts including the Supreme Court except a Bench of the Supreme Court which consists of all the judges of the Supreme Court.

Correct Answer is (d) All Courts including the Supreme Court except a Bench of the Supreme Court which consists of all the judges of the Supreme Court.


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