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CSS Exam Law 2011 Group-F Past Papers - CSS Exam Pakistan Old Papers

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Posted at 3/20/2013 07:04:00 pm |  by Muhammad Kashaan

This Paper is Presented by Mehnat.Pk

FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS
IN BPS – 17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2008

Law Paper I
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TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)

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Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)

i. The concept of Res-judicata is available in:
(a) section 9
(b) section 11
(c) section12
(d) none of these

ii. In cases wherein the subject-matter is more than 30 lacs appeal against appellate decree lies before:
(a) District court
(b) High court
(c) Supreme court
(d) Any of these

iii- review can be filed before:
(a)same court of original jurisdiction
(b) district court
(c) High court
(d) Supreme court

iv- defendant is the person who:
(a) files a suit
(b) delays a suit
(c) defends a suit
(d) none of these

v- Appeal against decree is available on the ground of:
(a) Questions of fact
(b) Questions of law
(c) Mixed questions of law and fact
(d) All of these

vi- A suit means:
(a) Any criminal proceeding in a court of law
(b) A cause of action
(c) Any civil proceeding, being part of a plaint
(d) None of these

vii- Revisional jurisdiction is available to:
(a) District court
(b) High court in its original jurisdiction
(c) Supreme court
(d) None of these

viii- Agency contract is created by:
(a) express agreement
(b) implied agreement
(c) ratification
(d) all of these
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ix- Pledge is a:
(a) contract of bailment
(b) contract of indemnity
(c) contract of agency
(d) none of these

x- these are the contracts wherein there is ni need of consideration :
(a) agreement to compensate past voluntary services
(b) agreement to time barred debt
(c) none of these
(d) in both (a) & (b)

xi- all the agreements are contracts:
(a) if they are on stamp paper
(b) if they are made by the free consent of the parties
(c) if they are registered
(d) none of these

xii- under the effect of fraud the contract would be:
(a) voidable
(b) void
(c) unenforceable
(d) none of these

xiii- Tort(word) is derived from the:
(a) latin language
(b) greek language
(c) French language
(d) English language

xiv- how many constitutes of torts are stated by legal thinkers:
(a) 3
(b) 4
(c) 5
(d) None of these

xv- Rylands vs. Fletcher case was about:
(a) negligence
(b) nuisance
(c) strict liability
(d) none of these
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xvi- libel and slander are kinds of:
(a) damnum sine injuria
(b) defamation
(c) discharge of torts
(d) none of these

xvii- assault and battery are kinds of :
(a) trespass to person
(b) malicious prosecution
(c) force majeure
(d) none of these

xviii- any thing done to hurt or annoyance of the lands and not amounting to trespass is termed as:
(a) negligence
(b) Nuisance
(c) Malicious prosecution
(d) All of these

xix- incorporeal rights include:
(a) easements
(b) trade marks
(c) patent and copy right
(d) all of these

xx- when license and authority is given to hurt , doing the same it becomes:
(a) trespass ab intio
(b) injuria sine damnum
(c) Volenti non fit injuria
(d) None of these




PART – II



NOTE:
(i) Part-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt only FIVE questions from PART II selecting at least ONE question from each section, all questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.




Section-I (civil procedure civil)
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Q2. write an exhaustive summary on the particulars that should be contained in a plaint (order 7 rule 1 CPC) (16)

Q3. write a detailed note on concept of jurisdiction with reference to (Section 9): ( 16)
(a) subject matter jurisdiction
(b) pecuniary jurisdiction
(c) territorial jurisdiction
(d) inherent jurisdiction
(e) original jurisdiction


Q4. Explain the difference between first and second appeal against decree. State the distinguishing features. (16)


Section II (the Contract Act)



Q5.critically evaluate the remedies available to a party who discovers that a
Contract has been founded on a misrepresentation. (16)

Q6.Explain and discuss the essentials of a valid contract? (16)

Q7. Explain any FOUR of the following terms: (16)
(a) novation
(b) severability
(c) force majeure
(d) waiver
(e) confidential information
(f) indemnity



Section III (Law of Torts)



Q8. what are the essentials of the Tort of negligence. Highlight the standard of care in the context of duty of care? (16)

Q9. write short notes on: (16)
(a) defenses in torts
(b) ubi jus Ibi remedium
(c) injuria sine damnum (damno)

Q10. what do you understand by trespass to person? In line with the case law, discuss false imprisonment

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FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS
IN BPS – 17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2008

Law Paper II


TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)




Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)



(i) judicial confession can be recorded by the following procedure available in:
(a)section 164 cr.pc
(b)section 364 cr.pc
(c ) both sections
(d) none of these
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(ii) the procedure of identification parade is available in:
(a)Art. 22 of Q.S.O.
(b)Art. 24 of Q.S.O.
(c) Art. 27 of Q.S.O.
(d) Any of these

(iii) fact of judicial notice requires its proof by:
(a) oral evidence
(b) documentary evidence
(c) by both (a) & (b)
(d) Need not to prove

(iv) expert is a person who is specially skilled in the subject of:
(a) foreign law
(b) Art
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

(v) hearsay evidence is generally:
(a) admissible evidence
(b) inadmissible evidence
(c) oral evidence
(d) none of these

(vi) Accomplice is a type of witness:
(a) who is partner in crime
(b) who don’t associate in crime
(c) who may be a planted person in a criminal gang
(d) none of these

(vii) section __________ deals with arrest without warrant:
(a) 46
(b) 48
(c) 54
(d) 59

(viii) Arrest without warrant can be made by a Police officer:
(a) of any rank
(b) officer in charge of a police station
(c) not below the rank of officer
(d) any of these

(ix) unlawful assembly is an assembly consisting at least _________ persons:
(a) 4
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) None of these

(x) after recording confession, the accused is:
(a) sent back to the police custody
(b) kept in judicial lock up
(c) set free
(d) none of these
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(xi) confirmation of death sentence by the High court must be signed by:
(a) one judge
(b) two judge
(c) three judges
(d) any of these

(xii) bailable offences are offences punishable with:
(a) imprisonment for life
(b) imprisonment less than 10 years
(c) Death
(d) All of these

(xiii) FIR of a cognizable offences can be lodged by :
(a) the aggrieved person
(b) the relative of the aggrieved
(c) Any person having knowledge of the offence
(d) All of these

(xiv) statement recorded under section 342 shall be administered on Oath :
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Discretion of court to ask for Oath or not

(xv) The form of FIR contains:
(a) 4 columns
(b) 5 columns
(c) 6 columns
(d) 7 columns
(xvi) Pakistan Penal Code was passed in:
(a) 7th April 1860
(b) 6th October 1860
(c) 7th October 1860
(d) None of these

(xvii) right of private defence of body includes the defence of:
(a) his own body
(b) Any other person
(c) His own body and of his close relative
(d) His body and the body of any other person

(xviii) kidnapping includes:
(a) kidnapping from Pakistan
(b) kidnapping from lawful guardianship
(c) kidnapping from Pakistan and from lawful guardianship
(d) None of these

(xix) the word “injury” includes or denotes any harm whether illegally caused to person:
(a) in body
(b) reputation or property
(c) mind
(d) All of these
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(xx) whoever commits theft shall be punished with imprisonment of the description for a term which may extend to:
(a) 3 years
(b) 19 years
(c) 14 years
(d) 17 years






PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FOUR questions from PART-II. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.


Section – 1 ( Qanuen-e-Shahadat Order)



Q2. Which communications are considered privileged communications? Discuss it with reference to the privileges. (16)

Q3. What are the circumstances under which secondary evidence relating to a document can be given? (16)

Q4. Write a note on: (16)
(a) Dying declaration
(b) Burden of proof
(c) Fact in issue


Section - II ( Criminal Procedure Code )


Q5. what is FIR? Discuss its importance in Criminal cases? (16)

Q6. what is meant by illegalities and irregularities? (16)

Q7. write a note on: (16)

(a) framing of charges
(b) bail
(c) tender of pardon

Section –III ( Pakistan Panel Code )


Q8. What is right of private defence? What are the limitations imposed on the use of force under this right? Explain. (16)

Q9. Define defamation. What are the different exceptions to the charge of defamation? Discuss. (16)

Q10. Define and explain common intention and object. Is there any difference between the two? Explain (16

 

CSS Exam Law 2008 Group-F Past Papers - CSS Exam Pakistan Old Papers

This Paper is Presented by Mehnat.Pk

FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS
IN BPS – 17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2008

Law Paper I
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TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)

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Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)

i. The concept of Res-judicata is available in:
(a) section 9
(b) section 11
(c) section12
(d) none of these

ii. In cases wherein the subject-matter is more than 30 lacs appeal against appellate decree lies before:
(a) District court
(b) High court
(c) Supreme court
(d) Any of these

iii- review can be filed before:
(a)same court of original jurisdiction
(b) district court
(c) High court
(d) Supreme court

iv- defendant is the person who:
(a) files a suit
(b) delays a suit
(c) defends a suit
(d) none of these

v- Appeal against decree is available on the ground of:
(a) Questions of fact
(b) Questions of law
(c) Mixed questions of law and fact
(d) All of these

vi- A suit means:
(a) Any criminal proceeding in a court of law
(b) A cause of action
(c) Any civil proceeding, being part of a plaint
(d) None of these

vii- Revisional jurisdiction is available to:
(a) District court
(b) High court in its original jurisdiction
(c) Supreme court
(d) None of these

viii- Agency contract is created by:
(a) express agreement
(b) implied agreement
(c) ratification
(d) all of these
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ix- Pledge is a:
(a) contract of bailment
(b) contract of indemnity
(c) contract of agency
(d) none of these

x- these are the contracts wherein there is ni need of consideration :
(a) agreement to compensate past voluntary services
(b) agreement to time barred debt
(c) none of these
(d) in both (a) & (b)

xi- all the agreements are contracts:
(a) if they are on stamp paper
(b) if they are made by the free consent of the parties
(c) if they are registered
(d) none of these

xii- under the effect of fraud the contract would be:
(a) voidable
(b) void
(c) unenforceable
(d) none of these

xiii- Tort(word) is derived from the:
(a) latin language
(b) greek language
(c) French language
(d) English language

xiv- how many constitutes of torts are stated by legal thinkers:
(a) 3
(b) 4
(c) 5
(d) None of these

xv- Rylands vs. Fletcher case was about:
(a) negligence
(b) nuisance
(c) strict liability
(d) none of these
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xvi- libel and slander are kinds of:
(a) damnum sine injuria
(b) defamation
(c) discharge of torts
(d) none of these

xvii- assault and battery are kinds of :
(a) trespass to person
(b) malicious prosecution
(c) force majeure
(d) none of these

xviii- any thing done to hurt or annoyance of the lands and not amounting to trespass is termed as:
(a) negligence
(b) Nuisance
(c) Malicious prosecution
(d) All of these

xix- incorporeal rights include:
(a) easements
(b) trade marks
(c) patent and copy right
(d) all of these

xx- when license and authority is given to hurt , doing the same it becomes:
(a) trespass ab intio
(b) injuria sine damnum
(c) Volenti non fit injuria
(d) None of these




PART – II



NOTE:
(i) Part-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt only FIVE questions from PART II selecting at least ONE question from each section, all questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.




Section-I (civil procedure civil)
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Q2. write an exhaustive summary on the particulars that should be contained in a plaint (order 7 rule 1 CPC) (16)

Q3. write a detailed note on concept of jurisdiction with reference to (Section 9): ( 16)
(a) subject matter jurisdiction
(b) pecuniary jurisdiction
(c) territorial jurisdiction
(d) inherent jurisdiction
(e) original jurisdiction


Q4. Explain the difference between first and second appeal against decree. State the distinguishing features. (16)


Section II (the Contract Act)



Q5.critically evaluate the remedies available to a party who discovers that a
Contract has been founded on a misrepresentation. (16)

Q6.Explain and discuss the essentials of a valid contract? (16)

Q7. Explain any FOUR of the following terms: (16)
(a) novation
(b) severability
(c) force majeure
(d) waiver
(e) confidential information
(f) indemnity



Section III (Law of Torts)



Q8. what are the essentials of the Tort of negligence. Highlight the standard of care in the context of duty of care? (16)

Q9. write short notes on: (16)
(a) defenses in torts
(b) ubi jus Ibi remedium
(c) injuria sine damnum (damno)

Q10. what do you understand by trespass to person? In line with the case law, discuss false imprisonment

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FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS
IN BPS – 17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2008

Law Paper II


TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)




Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)



(i) judicial confession can be recorded by the following procedure available in:
(a)section 164 cr.pc
(b)section 364 cr.pc
(c ) both sections
(d) none of these
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(ii) the procedure of identification parade is available in:
(a)Art. 22 of Q.S.O.
(b)Art. 24 of Q.S.O.
(c) Art. 27 of Q.S.O.
(d) Any of these

(iii) fact of judicial notice requires its proof by:
(a) oral evidence
(b) documentary evidence
(c) by both (a) & (b)
(d) Need not to prove

(iv) expert is a person who is specially skilled in the subject of:
(a) foreign law
(b) Art
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

(v) hearsay evidence is generally:
(a) admissible evidence
(b) inadmissible evidence
(c) oral evidence
(d) none of these

(vi) Accomplice is a type of witness:
(a) who is partner in crime
(b) who don’t associate in crime
(c) who may be a planted person in a criminal gang
(d) none of these

(vii) section __________ deals with arrest without warrant:
(a) 46
(b) 48
(c) 54
(d) 59

(viii) Arrest without warrant can be made by a Police officer:
(a) of any rank
(b) officer in charge of a police station
(c) not below the rank of officer
(d) any of these

(ix) unlawful assembly is an assembly consisting at least _________ persons:
(a) 4
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) None of these

(x) after recording confession, the accused is:
(a) sent back to the police custody
(b) kept in judicial lock up
(c) set free
(d) none of these
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(xi) confirmation of death sentence by the High court must be signed by:
(a) one judge
(b) two judge
(c) three judges
(d) any of these

(xii) bailable offences are offences punishable with:
(a) imprisonment for life
(b) imprisonment less than 10 years
(c) Death
(d) All of these

(xiii) FIR of a cognizable offences can be lodged by :
(a) the aggrieved person
(b) the relative of the aggrieved
(c) Any person having knowledge of the offence
(d) All of these

(xiv) statement recorded under section 342 shall be administered on Oath :
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Discretion of court to ask for Oath or not

(xv) The form of FIR contains:
(a) 4 columns
(b) 5 columns
(c) 6 columns
(d) 7 columns
(xvi) Pakistan Penal Code was passed in:
(a) 7th April 1860
(b) 6th October 1860
(c) 7th October 1860
(d) None of these

(xvii) right of private defence of body includes the defence of:
(a) his own body
(b) Any other person
(c) His own body and of his close relative
(d) His body and the body of any other person

(xviii) kidnapping includes:
(a) kidnapping from Pakistan
(b) kidnapping from lawful guardianship
(c) kidnapping from Pakistan and from lawful guardianship
(d) None of these

(xix) the word “injury” includes or denotes any harm whether illegally caused to person:
(a) in body
(b) reputation or property
(c) mind
(d) All of these
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(xx) whoever commits theft shall be punished with imprisonment of the description for a term which may extend to:
(a) 3 years
(b) 19 years
(c) 14 years
(d) 17 years






PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FOUR questions from PART-II. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.


Section – 1 ( Qanuen-e-Shahadat Order)



Q2. Which communications are considered privileged communications? Discuss it with reference to the privileges. (16)

Q3. What are the circumstances under which secondary evidence relating to a document can be given? (16)

Q4. Write a note on: (16)
(a) Dying declaration
(b) Burden of proof
(c) Fact in issue


Section - II ( Criminal Procedure Code )


Q5. what is FIR? Discuss its importance in Criminal cases? (16)

Q6. what is meant by illegalities and irregularities? (16)

Q7. write a note on: (16)

(a) framing of charges
(b) bail
(c) tender of pardon

Section –III ( Pakistan Panel Code )


Q8. What is right of private defence? What are the limitations imposed on the use of force under this right? Explain. (16)

Q9. Define defamation. What are the different exceptions to the charge of defamation? Discuss. (16)

Q10. Define and explain common intention and object. Is there any difference between the two? Explain (16

 

Posted at 3/20/2013 07:03:00 pm |  by Muhammad Kashaan

This Paper is Presented by Mehnat.Pk

FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS
IN BPS – 17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2009

Law Paper I
{www.Mehnat.Pk}

TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)




Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)

(i) “Mesne Profits” of property means the profits:
(a) received by a mortgagee from the mortgaged property
(b) received by the person in wrongful possession from the property wrongfully possessed by him
(c) received by a bailee during the period the property was in his possession under the contract of bailment
(d) None of these

(ii) A suit for the recovery of an immovable property should be filed in the court within local limits of whose jurisdiction the:
(a) plaintiff resides
(b) cause of action has arisen
(c) defendant resides
(d) None of these
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(iii) A filed a suit against B for the recovery of price of the cow he sold to B. In reaction to such suit B filed a suit against A for the recovery of the price of the cow he paid to A. The B’s suit can be termed as:
(a) Interpleader suit
(b) Counter Claim
(c) Set-off
(d) None of these

(iv) A minor can sue through his:
(a) Guardian
(b) Next Friend
(c) Guardian ad litem
(d) None of these

(v) Which of the following modes of execution of a decree for restitution of conjugal rights is not lawful:
(a) attachment of immovable property
(b) attachment movable property
(c) forcibly taking the wife to her husband’s house
(d) None of these

(vi) A suit for compensation for wrongs to movable property should be filed in the court within the local limits of whose jurisdiction:
(a) the wrong was done
(b) the defendant resides
(c) either (a) or (b)
(d) None of these

(vii) A minor can be sued through his:
(a) Guardian
(b) Next Friend
(c) Guardian ad litem
(d) None of these
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(viii) Jamal, a 17 years old millionaire and thus a minor under the law, agrees to buy Bilal’s house for “a reasonable price.” They reduce the agreement to writing and both sign. Bilal and Jamal have:
(a) a valid contract
(b) a voidable contract
(c) no contract
(d) None of these

(ix) Salim, a 14 years old, offers to cut Shahid’s grass for Rs.400/-. Shahid replies “If you include some hedge trimming I accept.” Salim walks away. Shahid then says, “never mind, I accept for Rs.400/-.” Salim keeps walking. There is:
(a) an oral contract at Rs. 400/-
(b) a voidable contract
(c) an offer from Shahid
(d) None of these

(x) Salman states to Jamal who is only 16 years old “I would not sell my car for less than Rs.5,000/-.” Jamal says, “I accept.” Under the Contract Act:
(a) there is an offer and acceptance and thus a valid contract
(b) the contract is voidable on the option of Jamal
(c) there is no contract
(d) None of these

(xi) Noman offers to sell his car to Sardar for Rs.200,000/-. Sardar says “Is that negotiable?” Noman says “No.” Sardar then says, “Well, I’ll take it for Rs. 200,000/-.” What has happened?
(a) Sardar has accepted Noman’s offer
(b) Sardar has made a new offer
(c) Sardar has rejected Noman’s offer under the mirror image rule
(d) None of these

(xii) A and B are negotiating over the price of a used car. A tells B that he can purchased the car for Rs.400,000/-. B tells A that “I agree if you replace the tyres.” Which of the following statements is correct?
(a) B’s acceptance is qualified and incomplete
(b) B has made a counter offer
(c) B has made A conditional acceptance
(d) None of these

(xiii) When an offer can only be accepted by the performance of the person to whom the offer is made, is characteristic of:
(a) bilateral contracts
(b) quasi contracts
(c) implied contracts
(d) None of these
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(xiv) Kala Khan offers to sell Baboo Bashir his motorcycle at some time in the future. Baboo Bashir accepts. Is there a valid contract?
(a) probably not, the terms are not definite
(b) Probably so
(c) definitely not because the acceptance was invalid
(d) None of these

(xv) In a tort which is actionable per se the plaintiff has to prove:
(a) the commission of the tortous act as well as resulting damage
(b) the commission of the tortous act only
(c) the commission of the tortous act resulting damage and ill-well on the part of the defendant
(d) None of these

(xvi) Injuria Sine Damnum means:
(a) damage without infringement of a legal right
(b) Infringement of a legal right only
(c) Infringement of a legal right without any damage
(d) None of these

(xvii) Publication of a verbal defamatory statement necessitates that it should have been:
(a) repeated in a gathering of 10%
(b) published in a national news paper
(c) known to a third person
(d) None of these

(xviii) Under the rule of Vicarious Liability:
(a) a company is liable for the wrongful acts of its directors
(b) only a master is liable for the wrongful acts of his servant
(c) both A & B
(d) None of these

(xix) Which of the following is not a remedy in an action for tort?
(a) Injunction
(b) fine
(c) damage
(d) None of these
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(xx) A right in personum is the right which is?
(a) available against the world at large
(b) not available against a particular individual
(c) not the creation of a contract
(d) None of these

PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.



SECTION – I (The Code of Civil Procedure)

Q.2. In which of the following circumstances a High Court cannot call for the record of a case for Revision, which has been decided by a subordinate court? (16)
(a) Where the subordinate court has failed to exercise a jurisdiction vested in it?
(b) Where the subordinate court has exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it?
(c) Where the subordinate court has exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it and one of the parties to that case who has a right of appeal has failed to prefer an appeal?
(d) Where the subordinate court has acted in the exercise of a jurisdiction vested in it illegally are with material irregularity?
Which of the above statements is correct? Support your choice with arguments and state the
relevant principal of law.

Q.3. Discuss and differentiate between res judicata and unilateral res-subjudice by giving examples. (16)

Q.4. Which of the following of a ground for appeal to the High Court from a decree passed in appeal by a District Court? (16)
(a) the decision of the District Court being contrary to the procedure provided by the Civil Court Ordinance (II of 1962);
(b) the District Court having exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it;
(c) the decision of the District Court being contrary to the procedure provided by the Code of Civil Procedure (V of 1908);
(d) All of the above.
Which of the above statements is correct? Support your choice with arguments and state the relevant principal of law.

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SECTION – II (The Contract Act)


Q.5. One evening while shifting through your “junk mail”, you see an advertisement in a catalogue distributed by the local computer store advertising a pocket PC that you wish to buy. The PC usually sells for Rs.30,000/-, but the catalogue price is Rs.20,000/-. Next morning you go to the store with Rs.20,000/- to buy the PC, where you are told that the price in the catalogue is wrong, but you can buy it for Rs.30,000/-. Can not you insist to buy the PC for Rs.20,000/-? Why or why not? Discuss in detail by referring to the relevant provisions of law. (16)

Q.6. Discuss and differentiate between bilateral and unilateral contract by giving examples. (16)

Q.7. At a meeting of coin collectors, Sulman offers his entire coin collection to Bilal for Rs.25,000/-. Bilal, a more wise collector than Salman, knows that the collection is really worth about Rs.40,000/-. The next day, Bilal posts a letter to Salman accepting the offer, enclosing a Bank cheque for Rs.25,000/-. That evening, Bilal received a phone call from Sulman, saying that the offer to sell the collection for Rs.25,000/- was withdrawn. Bilal replied “You cannot revoke your offer! I have already accepted it. I
posted you a Bank cheque Rs.25,000/- at 2 o’clock this afternoon.” Salman then told Bilal that he had already sold the collection to another collector for Rs.30,000/-. Can Bilal sue Slaman? Why or why not? Discuss in detail by referring to the relevant provisions of law. (16)



SECTION – III (Law of Torts)


Q.8. The “Sach Khabrain” is a programme of political comment and news produced by National Cables, a private television company that broadcasts weekly. Last week’s programme included a feature on Raja Farman an MPA of Lunda Mastan, a rural constituency in the west of Punjab. The feature
consisted of a short ‘news-item’ read by a presenter as follows:
“And now startling news of Raja Farman MPA! Lunda Mastan police have confirmed that they have interviewed Raja Farman in connection with allegations of un-lawful stocking of wheat on his farm. Raja Farman was last night unavailable for comment”
Global Cables have now received a letter from Raja Farman’s lawyer stating that he intends to bring an action for defamation. The letter points out that while the police had indeed interviewed Raja Farman in connection with an un-lawful stocking of wheat on his farm, the subject of the investigation had been one of Raja Farman’s employees, not the MPA himself, and no charges had been brought. Advise those responsible for the broadcast. (16)

Q.9. Discuss and differentiate between torts actionable per se and torts which are not actionable per se by giving examples? (16)
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Q.10. Dildar is trying to sell mobile phones and offers a free gift for those who attend his presentations. Shamshad and Noshad decide to go to attend the presentation. The invitation to the show states that ‘all guests are respectfully required to remain in the seminar room for the entire presentation’. Half way through the show Shamshad tries to leave the room but is told that he cannot leave until the end. Noshad is happy with the show but is offended when he later learns that he could not have left if he
had wanted to.

Meanwhile Dildar jokingly slaps Shamshad on the shoulder telling him that he really will enjoy himself if he stays. Shamshad calls Dildar a corrupt cheat and laughs towards him. Dildar retaliates by hitting Shamshad and then locking him in a storeroom until the end of the show.

On being released Shamshad grabs his free gift (which has his name on it) but Dildar grabs it back saying that Shamshad cannot have it until he apologizes.

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(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
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(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


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Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)



(i) Non-Cognizable Offence is:
(a) an offence in which a police officer can arrest without warrant
(b) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest without warrant
(c) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest an accused person
(d) None of these

(ii) A Justice of Peace appointed under the Code of Criminal Procedure (V of 1898) for the purpose of making an arrest has the power of:
(a) a Magistrate
(b) a Judicial Magistrate
(c) a Police Officer
(d) None of these

(iii) A Magistrate First Class can tray:
(a) all offences punishable with death
(b) all offences not punishable with death
(c) all offences punishable with imprisonment of 6 montths
(d) None of these

(iv) A police officer is bound to bring a person arrested by him before the court:
(a) within 24 hours
(b) within 36 hours
(c) as soon as possible
(d) None of these

(v) A person convicted on a trial held by an Additional Sessions Judge may appeal to:
(a) the Sessions Judge
(b) the High Court
(c) the Supreme Court
(d) None of these

(vi) After a charge has been framed against an accused person, he may be:
(a) discharged
(b) acquitted
(c) either (a) or (b)
(d) None of these

(vii) A Cognizable Offence is:
(a) an offence in which a police officer can arrest without warrant
(b) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest without warrant
(c) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest an accused person
(d) None of these

(viii) A was driving at a normal speed on a highway. Suddenly a child ran before his car to cross the road. A could not stopped and, consequently, the boy was killed. He should be prosecuted for:
(a) Murder
(b) Negligence
(c) Culpable Homicide
(d) None of these

(ix) A saw an armed person entering his house in the mid-night who abruptly opened fire on A. A also opened fire on him and killed him. He has committed:
(a) Murder
(b) Culpable Homicide
(c) Negligence
(d) None of these

(x) An anonymous person informed A, a very wealthy smuggler of wheat, on telephone that his minor son was in his custody and if A does not donate Rs.500,000/- to the local “sateemkhana” he would break his son’s legs. The caller committed which of the following offence:
(a) no offence
(b) Kidnap
(c) Extortion
(d) None of these

(xi) When five or more persons, by fighting in a football ground, disturb the public peace, they are said to commit the following offence:
(a) Affray
(b) Rioting
(c) Unlawful Assembly
(d) None of these

(xii) When five or more persons armed with deadly weapons, enter some ones house, they are said to commit the following offence:
(a) Affray
(b) Rioting
(c) Criminal Trespass
(d) None of these
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(xiii) A private person may arrest another person, who in his view has committed a:
(a) non-bailable offence
(b) cognizable offence
(c) both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

(xiv) A warrant of arrest must be issued by:
(a) an A.S.P. of Police
(b) the Home Secretary
(c) the presiding judge of the court issuing the warrant
(d) None of these

(xv) A lunatic who is not prevented by his lunacy from understanding the questions put to him is:
(a) a competent witness
(b) is not a competent witness
(c) is not a competent witness if has not attained the age of majority
(d) None of these

(xvi) A person who has been convicted for perjury is:
(a) is not a competent if has not attained the age of majority
(b) a competent witness
(c) a competent witness provided the court is satisfied that he had repented and mended his ways
(d) None of these

(xvii) In which of the following an accomplice is not a competent witness:
(a) offences punishable with death
(b) offences punishable with hadd
(c) offences punishable with confiscation of property
(d) None of these

(xviii) In criminal cases previous good character is:
(a) irrelevant
(b) relevant
(c) relevant if proved with oath
(d) None of these

(xix) In criminal cases previous bad character is:
(a) irrelevant
(b) relevant
(c) relevant only when accused provides evidence of his good character
(d) None of these

(xx) The contents of a document may be proved?
(a) only by primary evidence
(b) by primary as well as secondary evidence
(c) only by secondary evidence
(d) None of these
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(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.



SECTION – I (Qanun-e-Shahadat Order)

Q.2. Imam Bakhsh against whom a trial for theft was going on once went to the mosque of the local Police line for reading zuhar prayer. The imam of the mosque, Rahmat Ullah Shah, was a very kind and pious person. Imam Bakhsh while talking to the imam sahib confessed that he had committed the theft. Is the confession relevant? Why or why not? Discuss in details: (16)

Q.3. Discuss and differentiate between Admission and unilateral confession by giving examples. (16)

Q.4. Briefly state the cases in which secondary evidence relating to documents may be given. (16)



SECTION – II (Code of Criminal Procedure)


Q.5. A, an accused of murder, was convicted to death sentence by a Session Judge. When the judgment of the Session Judge was submitted to the High Court for confirmation the High Court annulled the judgment of the Session Judge and sentenced the accused to 14 years rigorous imprisonment. Is the High Court empowered to do so? Why or why not? Discuss in details by referring to the relevant provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure. (16)

Q.6. Discuss and differentiate between F.I.R. and Complaint by giving examples. (16)

Q.7. Suppose you are a Session Judge, who has sentenced an accused person to the death sentence. The death sentenced has been got confirmed by the High Court and the warrant of the execution of the sentence has properly been issued. One day before the execution of the sentence the family of the accused as well as of the deceased person file an application in your court informing that they have entered a compromise and they request that the death sentence should be annulled. Are you, as a Session Judge empowered to annul the sentence? Why or why not? Discuss in detail byreferring to the relevant provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure. (16)




SECTION – III (Pakistan Penal Code)


Q.8. Salamat Khan, who was invited by his close friend, Sharafat Khan to a dinner had about three glasses of lasi. Just to play a joke with Salamat Khan his friend Sharafat Khan had secretly mixed in the lasi some locally made wine. In result of drinking that lasi Salamat Khan was fully under the effect of that intoxicant. While he was walking back to his locality late in night he severely needed some cigarettes but unfortunately the shops were closed. In the way he found a super store and he expected to find some cigarettes there. Since it was late in night and there was no body around, therefore, he smashed the window and picked a box of Gold Leaf. But unfortunately while he was getting out of the store a police patrol party arrested him. Salamat Khan has committed: (16)
(a) Trespass only.
(b) Theft plus Trespass
(c) Decoity only
(d) No offence
Which of the above statement is correct support your choice with arguments and state the relevant principal of law.

Q.9. Discuss and differentiate between Wrongful Restraint and Wrongful Confinement and by giving examples. (16)

Q.10.A, who was in a severe need of money, waited in an alley until another person, B walked by on the street. Then, stepping out of the alley, he stuck his hand in his pocket with his finger thrust forward and said, “I’ve got a gun in this pocket.” Snatching B’s purse with his other hand, he ran away because B thought that he had a gun, he did not attempt to stop him. Select the offence of which A is most likely to be properly convicted. (16)
(a) Cheating
(b) Decoity
(c) Robbery
(d) Extortion
Which of the above statement is correct support your choice with arguments and state the relevant principal of law

 

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(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

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(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
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Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)

(i) “Mesne Profits” of property means the profits:
(a) received by a mortgagee from the mortgaged property
(b) received by the person in wrongful possession from the property wrongfully possessed by him
(c) received by a bailee during the period the property was in his possession under the contract of bailment
(d) None of these

(ii) A suit for the recovery of an immovable property should be filed in the court within local limits of whose jurisdiction the:
(a) plaintiff resides
(b) cause of action has arisen
(c) defendant resides
(d) None of these
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(iii) A filed a suit against B for the recovery of price of the cow he sold to B. In reaction to such suit B filed a suit against A for the recovery of the price of the cow he paid to A. The B’s suit can be termed as:
(a) Interpleader suit
(b) Counter Claim
(c) Set-off
(d) None of these

(iv) A minor can sue through his:
(a) Guardian
(b) Next Friend
(c) Guardian ad litem
(d) None of these

(v) Which of the following modes of execution of a decree for restitution of conjugal rights is not lawful:
(a) attachment of immovable property
(b) attachment movable property
(c) forcibly taking the wife to her husband’s house
(d) None of these

(vi) A suit for compensation for wrongs to movable property should be filed in the court within the local limits of whose jurisdiction:
(a) the wrong was done
(b) the defendant resides
(c) either (a) or (b)
(d) None of these

(vii) A minor can be sued through his:
(a) Guardian
(b) Next Friend
(c) Guardian ad litem
(d) None of these
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(viii) Jamal, a 17 years old millionaire and thus a minor under the law, agrees to buy Bilal’s house for “a reasonable price.” They reduce the agreement to writing and both sign. Bilal and Jamal have:
(a) a valid contract
(b) a voidable contract
(c) no contract
(d) None of these

(ix) Salim, a 14 years old, offers to cut Shahid’s grass for Rs.400/-. Shahid replies “If you include some hedge trimming I accept.” Salim walks away. Shahid then says, “never mind, I accept for Rs.400/-.” Salim keeps walking. There is:
(a) an oral contract at Rs. 400/-
(b) a voidable contract
(c) an offer from Shahid
(d) None of these

(x) Salman states to Jamal who is only 16 years old “I would not sell my car for less than Rs.5,000/-.” Jamal says, “I accept.” Under the Contract Act:
(a) there is an offer and acceptance and thus a valid contract
(b) the contract is voidable on the option of Jamal
(c) there is no contract
(d) None of these

(xi) Noman offers to sell his car to Sardar for Rs.200,000/-. Sardar says “Is that negotiable?” Noman says “No.” Sardar then says, “Well, I’ll take it for Rs. 200,000/-.” What has happened?
(a) Sardar has accepted Noman’s offer
(b) Sardar has made a new offer
(c) Sardar has rejected Noman’s offer under the mirror image rule
(d) None of these

(xii) A and B are negotiating over the price of a used car. A tells B that he can purchased the car for Rs.400,000/-. B tells A that “I agree if you replace the tyres.” Which of the following statements is correct?
(a) B’s acceptance is qualified and incomplete
(b) B has made a counter offer
(c) B has made A conditional acceptance
(d) None of these

(xiii) When an offer can only be accepted by the performance of the person to whom the offer is made, is characteristic of:
(a) bilateral contracts
(b) quasi contracts
(c) implied contracts
(d) None of these
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(xiv) Kala Khan offers to sell Baboo Bashir his motorcycle at some time in the future. Baboo Bashir accepts. Is there a valid contract?
(a) probably not, the terms are not definite
(b) Probably so
(c) definitely not because the acceptance was invalid
(d) None of these

(xv) In a tort which is actionable per se the plaintiff has to prove:
(a) the commission of the tortous act as well as resulting damage
(b) the commission of the tortous act only
(c) the commission of the tortous act resulting damage and ill-well on the part of the defendant
(d) None of these

(xvi) Injuria Sine Damnum means:
(a) damage without infringement of a legal right
(b) Infringement of a legal right only
(c) Infringement of a legal right without any damage
(d) None of these

(xvii) Publication of a verbal defamatory statement necessitates that it should have been:
(a) repeated in a gathering of 10%
(b) published in a national news paper
(c) known to a third person
(d) None of these

(xviii) Under the rule of Vicarious Liability:
(a) a company is liable for the wrongful acts of its directors
(b) only a master is liable for the wrongful acts of his servant
(c) both A & B
(d) None of these

(xix) Which of the following is not a remedy in an action for tort?
(a) Injunction
(b) fine
(c) damage
(d) None of these
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(xx) A right in personum is the right which is?
(a) available against the world at large
(b) not available against a particular individual
(c) not the creation of a contract
(d) None of these

PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.



SECTION – I (The Code of Civil Procedure)

Q.2. In which of the following circumstances a High Court cannot call for the record of a case for Revision, which has been decided by a subordinate court? (16)
(a) Where the subordinate court has failed to exercise a jurisdiction vested in it?
(b) Where the subordinate court has exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it?
(c) Where the subordinate court has exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it and one of the parties to that case who has a right of appeal has failed to prefer an appeal?
(d) Where the subordinate court has acted in the exercise of a jurisdiction vested in it illegally are with material irregularity?
Which of the above statements is correct? Support your choice with arguments and state the
relevant principal of law.

Q.3. Discuss and differentiate between res judicata and unilateral res-subjudice by giving examples. (16)

Q.4. Which of the following of a ground for appeal to the High Court from a decree passed in appeal by a District Court? (16)
(a) the decision of the District Court being contrary to the procedure provided by the Civil Court Ordinance (II of 1962);
(b) the District Court having exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it;
(c) the decision of the District Court being contrary to the procedure provided by the Code of Civil Procedure (V of 1908);
(d) All of the above.
Which of the above statements is correct? Support your choice with arguments and state the relevant principal of law.

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SECTION – II (The Contract Act)


Q.5. One evening while shifting through your “junk mail”, you see an advertisement in a catalogue distributed by the local computer store advertising a pocket PC that you wish to buy. The PC usually sells for Rs.30,000/-, but the catalogue price is Rs.20,000/-. Next morning you go to the store with Rs.20,000/- to buy the PC, where you are told that the price in the catalogue is wrong, but you can buy it for Rs.30,000/-. Can not you insist to buy the PC for Rs.20,000/-? Why or why not? Discuss in detail by referring to the relevant provisions of law. (16)

Q.6. Discuss and differentiate between bilateral and unilateral contract by giving examples. (16)

Q.7. At a meeting of coin collectors, Sulman offers his entire coin collection to Bilal for Rs.25,000/-. Bilal, a more wise collector than Salman, knows that the collection is really worth about Rs.40,000/-. The next day, Bilal posts a letter to Salman accepting the offer, enclosing a Bank cheque for Rs.25,000/-. That evening, Bilal received a phone call from Sulman, saying that the offer to sell the collection for Rs.25,000/- was withdrawn. Bilal replied “You cannot revoke your offer! I have already accepted it. I
posted you a Bank cheque Rs.25,000/- at 2 o’clock this afternoon.” Salman then told Bilal that he had already sold the collection to another collector for Rs.30,000/-. Can Bilal sue Slaman? Why or why not? Discuss in detail by referring to the relevant provisions of law. (16)



SECTION – III (Law of Torts)


Q.8. The “Sach Khabrain” is a programme of political comment and news produced by National Cables, a private television company that broadcasts weekly. Last week’s programme included a feature on Raja Farman an MPA of Lunda Mastan, a rural constituency in the west of Punjab. The feature
consisted of a short ‘news-item’ read by a presenter as follows:
“And now startling news of Raja Farman MPA! Lunda Mastan police have confirmed that they have interviewed Raja Farman in connection with allegations of un-lawful stocking of wheat on his farm. Raja Farman was last night unavailable for comment”
Global Cables have now received a letter from Raja Farman’s lawyer stating that he intends to bring an action for defamation. The letter points out that while the police had indeed interviewed Raja Farman in connection with an un-lawful stocking of wheat on his farm, the subject of the investigation had been one of Raja Farman’s employees, not the MPA himself, and no charges had been brought. Advise those responsible for the broadcast. (16)

Q.9. Discuss and differentiate between torts actionable per se and torts which are not actionable per se by giving examples? (16)
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Q.10. Dildar is trying to sell mobile phones and offers a free gift for those who attend his presentations. Shamshad and Noshad decide to go to attend the presentation. The invitation to the show states that ‘all guests are respectfully required to remain in the seminar room for the entire presentation’. Half way through the show Shamshad tries to leave the room but is told that he cannot leave until the end. Noshad is happy with the show but is offended when he later learns that he could not have left if he
had wanted to.

Meanwhile Dildar jokingly slaps Shamshad on the shoulder telling him that he really will enjoy himself if he stays. Shamshad calls Dildar a corrupt cheat and laughs towards him. Dildar retaliates by hitting Shamshad and then locking him in a storeroom until the end of the show.

On being released Shamshad grabs his free gift (which has his name on it) but Dildar grabs it back saying that Shamshad cannot have it until he apologizes.

Discuss the liabilities of Dildar and Shamshad










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TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
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(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
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Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)



(i) Non-Cognizable Offence is:
(a) an offence in which a police officer can arrest without warrant
(b) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest without warrant
(c) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest an accused person
(d) None of these

(ii) A Justice of Peace appointed under the Code of Criminal Procedure (V of 1898) for the purpose of making an arrest has the power of:
(a) a Magistrate
(b) a Judicial Magistrate
(c) a Police Officer
(d) None of these

(iii) A Magistrate First Class can tray:
(a) all offences punishable with death
(b) all offences not punishable with death
(c) all offences punishable with imprisonment of 6 montths
(d) None of these

(iv) A police officer is bound to bring a person arrested by him before the court:
(a) within 24 hours
(b) within 36 hours
(c) as soon as possible
(d) None of these

(v) A person convicted on a trial held by an Additional Sessions Judge may appeal to:
(a) the Sessions Judge
(b) the High Court
(c) the Supreme Court
(d) None of these

(vi) After a charge has been framed against an accused person, he may be:
(a) discharged
(b) acquitted
(c) either (a) or (b)
(d) None of these

(vii) A Cognizable Offence is:
(a) an offence in which a police officer can arrest without warrant
(b) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest without warrant
(c) an offence in which a police officer cannot arrest an accused person
(d) None of these

(viii) A was driving at a normal speed on a highway. Suddenly a child ran before his car to cross the road. A could not stopped and, consequently, the boy was killed. He should be prosecuted for:
(a) Murder
(b) Negligence
(c) Culpable Homicide
(d) None of these

(ix) A saw an armed person entering his house in the mid-night who abruptly opened fire on A. A also opened fire on him and killed him. He has committed:
(a) Murder
(b) Culpable Homicide
(c) Negligence
(d) None of these

(x) An anonymous person informed A, a very wealthy smuggler of wheat, on telephone that his minor son was in his custody and if A does not donate Rs.500,000/- to the local “sateemkhana” he would break his son’s legs. The caller committed which of the following offence:
(a) no offence
(b) Kidnap
(c) Extortion
(d) None of these

(xi) When five or more persons, by fighting in a football ground, disturb the public peace, they are said to commit the following offence:
(a) Affray
(b) Rioting
(c) Unlawful Assembly
(d) None of these

(xii) When five or more persons armed with deadly weapons, enter some ones house, they are said to commit the following offence:
(a) Affray
(b) Rioting
(c) Criminal Trespass
(d) None of these
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(xiii) A private person may arrest another person, who in his view has committed a:
(a) non-bailable offence
(b) cognizable offence
(c) both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

(xiv) A warrant of arrest must be issued by:
(a) an A.S.P. of Police
(b) the Home Secretary
(c) the presiding judge of the court issuing the warrant
(d) None of these

(xv) A lunatic who is not prevented by his lunacy from understanding the questions put to him is:
(a) a competent witness
(b) is not a competent witness
(c) is not a competent witness if has not attained the age of majority
(d) None of these

(xvi) A person who has been convicted for perjury is:
(a) is not a competent if has not attained the age of majority
(b) a competent witness
(c) a competent witness provided the court is satisfied that he had repented and mended his ways
(d) None of these

(xvii) In which of the following an accomplice is not a competent witness:
(a) offences punishable with death
(b) offences punishable with hadd
(c) offences punishable with confiscation of property
(d) None of these

(xviii) In criminal cases previous good character is:
(a) irrelevant
(b) relevant
(c) relevant if proved with oath
(d) None of these

(xix) In criminal cases previous bad character is:
(a) irrelevant
(b) relevant
(c) relevant only when accused provides evidence of his good character
(d) None of these

(xx) The contents of a document may be proved?
(a) only by primary evidence
(b) by primary as well as secondary evidence
(c) only by secondary evidence
(d) None of these
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(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.



SECTION – I (Qanun-e-Shahadat Order)

Q.2. Imam Bakhsh against whom a trial for theft was going on once went to the mosque of the local Police line for reading zuhar prayer. The imam of the mosque, Rahmat Ullah Shah, was a very kind and pious person. Imam Bakhsh while talking to the imam sahib confessed that he had committed the theft. Is the confession relevant? Why or why not? Discuss in details: (16)

Q.3. Discuss and differentiate between Admission and unilateral confession by giving examples. (16)

Q.4. Briefly state the cases in which secondary evidence relating to documents may be given. (16)



SECTION – II (Code of Criminal Procedure)


Q.5. A, an accused of murder, was convicted to death sentence by a Session Judge. When the judgment of the Session Judge was submitted to the High Court for confirmation the High Court annulled the judgment of the Session Judge and sentenced the accused to 14 years rigorous imprisonment. Is the High Court empowered to do so? Why or why not? Discuss in details by referring to the relevant provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure. (16)

Q.6. Discuss and differentiate between F.I.R. and Complaint by giving examples. (16)

Q.7. Suppose you are a Session Judge, who has sentenced an accused person to the death sentence. The death sentenced has been got confirmed by the High Court and the warrant of the execution of the sentence has properly been issued. One day before the execution of the sentence the family of the accused as well as of the deceased person file an application in your court informing that they have entered a compromise and they request that the death sentence should be annulled. Are you, as a Session Judge empowered to annul the sentence? Why or why not? Discuss in detail byreferring to the relevant provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure. (16)




SECTION – III (Pakistan Penal Code)


Q.8. Salamat Khan, who was invited by his close friend, Sharafat Khan to a dinner had about three glasses of lasi. Just to play a joke with Salamat Khan his friend Sharafat Khan had secretly mixed in the lasi some locally made wine. In result of drinking that lasi Salamat Khan was fully under the effect of that intoxicant. While he was walking back to his locality late in night he severely needed some cigarettes but unfortunately the shops were closed. In the way he found a super store and he expected to find some cigarettes there. Since it was late in night and there was no body around, therefore, he smashed the window and picked a box of Gold Leaf. But unfortunately while he was getting out of the store a police patrol party arrested him. Salamat Khan has committed: (16)
(a) Trespass only.
(b) Theft plus Trespass
(c) Decoity only
(d) No offence
Which of the above statement is correct support your choice with arguments and state the relevant principal of law.

Q.9. Discuss and differentiate between Wrongful Restraint and Wrongful Confinement and by giving examples. (16)

Q.10.A, who was in a severe need of money, waited in an alley until another person, B walked by on the street. Then, stepping out of the alley, he stuck his hand in his pocket with his finger thrust forward and said, “I’ve got a gun in this pocket.” Snatching B’s purse with his other hand, he ran away because B thought that he had a gun, he did not attempt to stop him. Select the offence of which A is most likely to be properly convicted. (16)
(a) Cheating
(b) Decoity
(c) Robbery
(d) Extortion
Which of the above statement is correct support your choice with arguments and state the relevant principal of law

 

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TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)




Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)





PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.
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SECTION-I

Q.2 Discuss the principles of return of plaint and rejection of plaint. What are points of distinction between the two? (16)
Q.3. Elaborate the law on arrest and detention under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. What are exceptions with respect to women in this regard? (16)
Q.4. Define and elaborate briefly the following terms:
(a) Decree (b) Mesne profits
(c) Judgment debtor (d) Order

SECTON-II (THE CONTRACT ACT) (4 x 4=16)

Q.5. “A contracts to pay B Rs.10,000 if B’s house is burnt.” What is the nature of this contract? Is it enforceable at Law? Explain in the light of relevant law. (16)
Q.6. What are the consequences of breach of contract? (16)
Q.7. What are the distinguishing points between “coercion” and “undue influence”? Give examples.

SECTON-III (THE LAW OF TORTS)(16)

Q.8. Explain the famous Rylands v. Fletcher case. What are the exceptions against the rule of strict liability under the law of torts? Give examples. (16)
Q.9. What is defamation? What are its kinds? Also distinguish between libel and slander. (16)
Q.10. Elaborate relationship between:
(a) Torts and contractual liability; and
(b) Torts and criminal offences. (2 x 8=16)





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Law Paper II


TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)




Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)






PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.


SECTION-I

Q. 2. Whether sole testimony of a victim is sufficient to convict a person? Describe the principle of competency of woman witness, and exceptions, if any. Also please quote relevant law where necessary. (16)
Q. 3. What are the facts which need not be proved? Are there any exceptions? Give examples. (16)
Q. 4. When the statement by a person who cannot be called as witness becomes relevant? (16)

SECTION-II (CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, 1898)
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Q. 5. What are the powers and duties of ‘Justices of the Peace’? Who are ex-officio Justices of the Peace? (16)
Q. 6. Explain the law of Complaints to Magistrates. Can a complaint be dismissed? Give two distinguishing points between a Complaint and an FIR. (16)
Q. 7 Grant of exemption is exception to the rule that criminal trial has to take place in presence of accused? Describe in the light of sections 205 and 540-A of the Code of Criminal Procedure. What are distinguishing points between these two provisions? (16)

SECTION-III (PAKISTAN PENAL CODE, 1860)

Q. 8. What are different kinds of punishments provided under the Pakistan Penal Code? Explain their nature briefly. (16)
Q. 9. Define and distinguish ‘criminal misappropriation of property’ and ‘criminal breach of trust’. (16)
Q. 10. Define and explain briefly:
(i) Wrongful gain (ii) Wrongful loss
(iii) Dishonestly (iv) Fraudulently (4+4+4+4=16)

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TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)




Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)





PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.
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SECTION-I

Q.2 Discuss the principles of return of plaint and rejection of plaint. What are points of distinction between the two? (16)
Q.3. Elaborate the law on arrest and detention under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. What are exceptions with respect to women in this regard? (16)
Q.4. Define and elaborate briefly the following terms:
(a) Decree (b) Mesne profits
(c) Judgment debtor (d) Order

SECTON-II (THE CONTRACT ACT) (4 x 4=16)

Q.5. “A contracts to pay B Rs.10,000 if B’s house is burnt.” What is the nature of this contract? Is it enforceable at Law? Explain in the light of relevant law. (16)
Q.6. What are the consequences of breach of contract? (16)
Q.7. What are the distinguishing points between “coercion” and “undue influence”? Give examples.

SECTON-III (THE LAW OF TORTS)(16)

Q.8. Explain the famous Rylands v. Fletcher case. What are the exceptions against the rule of strict liability under the law of torts? Give examples. (16)
Q.9. What is defamation? What are its kinds? Also distinguish between libel and slander. (16)
Q.10. Elaborate relationship between:
(a) Torts and contractual liability; and
(b) Torts and criminal offences. (2 x 8=16)





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FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS
IN BPS – 17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2012

Law Paper II


TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I)…………30 MINUTES…………..…..MAXIMUM MARKS:20
(PART-II)…………2 Hours & 30 Minutes……..MAXIMUM MARKS:80

NOTE:
(i) First attempt Part-I (MCQ) on separate Answer Sheet which shall be taken back after 30 Minutes.
(ii) Overwriting/cutting of the options/answers will not be given credit. Use of Calculator is allowed.


PART-I (MCQ)
(COMPULSORY)




Q.1. Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet. (20)






PART – II


(i) PART-II is to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II selecting at least ONE question from EACH SECTION. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.


SECTION-I

Q. 2. Whether sole testimony of a victim is sufficient to convict a person? Describe the principle of competency of woman witness, and exceptions, if any. Also please quote relevant law where necessary. (16)
Q. 3. What are the facts which need not be proved? Are there any exceptions? Give examples. (16)
Q. 4. When the statement by a person who cannot be called as witness becomes relevant? (16)

SECTION-II (CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, 1898)
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Q. 5. What are the powers and duties of ‘Justices of the Peace’? Who are ex-officio Justices of the Peace? (16)
Q. 6. Explain the law of Complaints to Magistrates. Can a complaint be dismissed? Give two distinguishing points between a Complaint and an FIR. (16)
Q. 7 Grant of exemption is exception to the rule that criminal trial has to take place in presence of accused? Describe in the light of sections 205 and 540-A of the Code of Criminal Procedure. What are distinguishing points between these two provisions? (16)

SECTION-III (PAKISTAN PENAL CODE, 1860)

Q. 8. What are different kinds of punishments provided under the Pakistan Penal Code? Explain their nature briefly. (16)
Q. 9. Define and distinguish ‘criminal misappropriation of property’ and ‘criminal breach of trust’. (16)
Q. 10. Define and explain briefly:
(i) Wrongful gain (ii) Wrongful loss
(iii) Dishonestly (iv) Fraudulently (4+4+4+4=16)

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