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

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

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