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PAPER 3: FUNDAMENTALS OF LAWS AND ETHIC 50_MCQ part 5

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Question;1.;Amortgageexecuted by minor;is?????;(a) Void;(b) Voidable;(c) Both (a)and (b);(d) Neither (a)nor (b);2.;Isa pronoteexecuted;infavour;ofaminorgoodinlaw?;(a) Yes;(b) No;(c) Notinnormalcases;(d) Depends;3.;Ispurchaseofpropertyforthebenefit;ofaminorby;hismaternaluncle valid?;(a) Yes;(b) No;(c) Depends;(d) Noneoftheabove;4.;Thetestof???..iswhether;thepersoniscapableofunderstandingthebusiness;concernedanditsimplications.;(a) Incapacitytocontract;(b) Minority;(c) Soundnessofmind;(d) Reciprocity;5.;??..is the mostextreme;formof mental unsoundness?;(a) Lunacy;(b) Incapacity;(c) Minority;(d) Idiocy;6.;Theonus ofproving insanity;ison the?????.;(a) Prosecutor;(b);State;(c);Accused;(d) Onpersonwhoalleges;it;7.;Whichofthefollowingstatementisincorrect;(a);Aparda-nashin womencanenterintocontract;ifitisestablishedthatthecontractwasexplainedtoherandsheunderstoodit;(b) Aparda-nashinwomenisopentoundueinfluence;andthereforecannotenterintocontract;(c) Aparda-nashin womenisofunsoundmind;(d) Aparda-nashin women maybemarriedor;single;8.;M,aminor,misrepresentingthatheisa majorinduces;Ztoenterintoa contract;(a) Misaliable onthecontract;(b) Misanotliable;onthecontract;(c) Misliable;topaycompensation;(d) Misliable;tothecontractonattendingmajority;9.;Selectthefalsestatement;(a);Therecanbenoratificationofcontract;enteredbyaminorduringhisminority,evenafterbecoming;major;(b);Restitutionofbenefitisallowedincase ofaminor;(c);Agreementwitha minoris;voidabinitio;(d);Theruleofestoppel;cannotbeappliedagainstaminor;10.;Whichofthefollowingtypesofpersonsarenotdisqualified;fromcontracting?;(a) ForeignSovereigns;(b) AlienEnemy;(c) Convicts;(d) None;11.;Whichof thefollowing;persondonotfallunderthe category of personsof;unsoundmind?;(a) Drunkards;(b) Lunatics;(c) Idiots;(d) BlindPerson;12.;If thereis no consent;theagreementis;(a) Void;(b) Voidable;(c) Illegal;(d) Valid;13.;Ifconsentinnotfreeduetocoercion,undueinfluence,fraud,andmisrepresentationthentheagreementis;(a) Void;(b) Voidable;(c) Illegal;(d) Valid;14.;Iftheagreementismadebyobtaining;consentbydoinganactforbidden;bytheIndianPenalCode,theagreement;wouldbecaused;by;(a) Coercion;(b) Fraud;(c) Misrepresentation;(d) Undueinfluence;15.;Abuysanarticlethinkingthatitisworth`100wheninfactitisworthonly`50.Therehasbeennomisrepresentationonthepartoftheseller.;Thecontractis;(a);Valid;(b);Void;(c);Voidable;(d);Unenforceable;16.;Whereapersonisinaposition;todominatethewillofanotherpersonandusesthatposition;toobtainonunfairadvantage;itiscalled;(a);Fraud;(b) Coercion;(c);Undueinfluence;(d) Misrepresentation;17.;Anagreementcausedby unilateralmistakeoffactis;(a) Void;(b) Voidable;(c) Illegal;(d) Valid;18.;Unlawfullydetainingorthreateningtodetainanyproperty,totheprejudice;ofanypersonmaking;him toenterintoanagreementamounts to;(a) Threat;(b);Coercion;(c) Undueinfluence;(d);Misappropriation;19.;Anagreementmadeundermistakeoffact,byboththeparties,formingtheessentialsubjectmatteroftheagreement;is;(a) Void;(b) Voidable;(c) Valid;(d) Unenforceable;20. "Threateningtocommitcertain;actsforbiddenbyIndianPenalCode"isassociatedwithwhichoneofthefollowing?;(a);Misrepresentation;(b);Fraud;(c);Coercion;(d) Unenforceable;21.;Activeconcealmentoffact"isassociatedwithwhichoneofthefollowing?;(a) Misrepresentation;(b) Undueinfluence;(c) Fraud;(d) Mistake;22.;Lendingmoneytoaborrower;athighrateofinterest,whenthemoneymarketistightrenders;theagreementofloan;(a);Void;(b) Valid;(c);Voidable;(d);Illegal;23. Whenaperson,whoisindominatingposition,obtainstheconsentoftheotherbyexercisinghisinfluenceontheother,theconsent;issaid tobeobtained;by;(a);Fraud;(b);Intimidation;(c);Coercion;(d) Undueinfluence;24.;Anofficerentersintoacontract;withhissubordinatetosellhis(subordinate's)houseatalowerpricethanthemarketprice.Thesubordinate may challengethecontract;ontheground;of;(a);Coercion;(b);Undueinfluence;(c);Mistake;(d);Misrepresentation;25.;Withregardtothecontractualcapacityofapersonofunsoundmind,whichoneofthefollowingstatementsismostappropriate?;(a) Apersonofunsoundmindcan;neverenterintoacontract;(b);Apersonofunsound;mindcanenterintoacontract;(c);Apersonwhoisusually;ofunsoundmindcancontractwhenheis,atthetimeofentering;intoacontract;ofsoundmind;(d);Apersonwhoisoccasionallyofunsound;mindcancontractalthoughatthetimeofmakingthecontract;heisofunsoundmind;26.;While obtainingthe;consent of the promisee,keepingsilence;bythe;promisorwhenhe has adutytospeak;aboutthematerial;facts,amountstoconsentobtained;by;(a);Coercion;(b);Misrepresentation;(c);Mistake;(d);Fraud;27.;A'threatenedtocommitsuicideifhiswifedidnotexecuteasaledeedinfavourofthisbrother.Thewifeexecuted;thesaledeed.Thistransactionis;(a) Voidableduetounderinfluence;(b) Voidableduetocoercion;(c) Voidbeingimmoral;(d) Voidbeingforbiddenbylaw;28.;Acontractwhichisvitiatedbyundueinfluence;isdeclaredaswhichoneofthefollowing;bytheIndianContractAct?;(a) Invalid;(b) Void;(c) Illegal;(d) Voidable;29.;Considerthefollowing;1.;Activeconcealmentoffact.;2.;Promisemadewithout;any intentionofperformingit.;3.;Breachofdutywhichgainsanadvantagetothe;personcommitting it.;4.;Inducingmistakeastosubject;matter.Whichof theabove amount;tofraud?;(a) 1and2;(b) 2and3;(c);3and4;(d);1and4;30.;Coercionisdefined;inwhichsection;oftheIndian;ContractAct?;(a) Section15;(b) Section16;(c) Section17;(d) Section18;31.;AthreatenstoshootB,ifBdoesnotagreetosellhisproperty;toAatastatedprice.B'sconsentinthiscasehasbeen obtained by;(a) Fraud;(b) Undueinfluence;(c) Coercion;(d) None;32.;WhatdoesSection17oftheIndian;ContractActdefine?;(a);Coercion;(b);Undueinfluence;(c);Fraud;(d);Mistake;33.;If Aunlawfullydetains;B's sonin ordertocoerceBto enter;intotheagreement;the;case wouldbecovered;within;(a);Section10;(b) Section14;(c);Section15;(d) Section16;34.;Factorsvitiatingconsentare;(a) Coercion,Undueinfluence;(b) Fraud,Misrepresentation;(c) Mistake;(d) Allofthese;35.;Amasteraskshisservanttosellhiscycletohimatlessthanthemarketprice.Thiscontractcanbeavoided;by theservantongrounds;of;(a) Coercion;(b) Undueinfluence;(c) Fraud;(d) Mistake;36.;Whentheconsentofapartytothecontract;hasbeenobtained;byfraud,insuchacasethecontract;is;(a) Void;(b) Voidable;(c) Unenforceable;(d) Noneofthese;37. A,intendingtodeceiveB,falselyrepresentsthatfivehundredmoundsofIndigoaremadeannu-allyatA's;factory and,thereby,induces;B tobuy the factory.The;contractis;(a) Voidable;(b) Void;(c) Unenforceable;(d) Noneofthese;38.;IfAsells,byauctiontoBahorsewhichAknowstobeunsoundandAsaysnothing;toBaboutthehorse'sunsoundness,thisamounts to;(a) Fraud;(b) Notfraud;(c) Unlawful;(d) Illegal;39.;Whenthereisduty;to;speak,keeping silence;is;(a) Fraud;(b) Undueinfluence;(c) Coercion;(d) Noneofthese;40.;Silenceisfraudwhensilence;is,initselfequivalenttospeech.Thisstatementis;(a) True;(b) False;(c) Untrueincertaincases;(d) Noneofthese;41.;Whenthepersonmakingafalsestatementbelieves;thestatementtobetrueanddoesnotintendtomislead;the otherpartytothecontract;itisknownas;(a) Freeconsent;(b) Misrepresentation;(c) Fraud;(d) Noneofthese;42.;Misrepresentationmeans;(a) Unwarrantedassertion;(b) Anybreachofdutywithout;anintenttodeceive;(c) Innocentmistake;(d) All theabove;43.;Ifa partystands;ina fiduciaryrelation;totheother;(a) Hecannotdominate;(b) Hecandominatethewillofanother;(c) Thetrustshouldbemaintained;(d) Noneofthese;44.;Apersonisdeemed tobe ina positiontodominatethewillof anotherifhe;(a) Holdsrealorapparent;authority;(b) Standsinafiduciaryrelationship;(c) Both(a)and(b);(d) Either(a)or(b);45.;Ifboththeparties;toacontract;believeintheexistence;ofasubject;whichinfactdoesnotexist,theagreement;wouldbe;(a) Unenforceable;(b) Void;(c) Voidable;(d) Noneofthese;46.;Fora valid contract;(a) Boththepartiesshouldhavegiventheirconsent;(b) Theconsentshouldbefree;(c) Both (a)and (b);(d) Either (a)or(b);47.;Whenboththepartiestoanagreementareunderamistakeastoamatteroffactessential;toanagreement,the agreementis;(a) Void;(b) Valid;(c) Voidable;(d) Illegal;48.;InIndianContract;Act,the term consensusad;idemmeans;(a) Partiesunderamistake;(b) Partiesunderthefreeconsent;(c) Partiesagreeinguponthesamethinginsamesense;(d) Noneofthese;49.;Toproveundueinfluence,theplaintiffhastoprovethat;(a) Therelations,subsistingbetweenthepartiesaresuchthatthedefendantwasinaposition;todominatethewilloftheplaintiff;(b) Thedefendantusedthatpositiontoobtainanunfairadvantage;fromtheplaintiff;(c) Both(a)and (b);(d) Noneofthese;50.;Thevalidityofcontractisnotaffected;by;(a);Mistakeoffact;(b);MistakeofIndianlaw;(c);Misrepresentation;(d);Fraud

 

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