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Q1. “It is the maxim older than the law of England that no man is guilty unless his mind is guilty.” it was observed by Lord Arbinger in
(a) Harding v. Price
(b) R. v. Allday
(c) R v. Fowler
(d) Brend v. Wood

Explanation:- B

Q2. ‘An act forbidden by law and which is at the same time revolting to the moral sentiments of the society, is called crime. ‘It is said by
(a) Keeton
(b) Austin
(c) Stephen
(d) Paton

Explanation:- C

Q3. Which one of the following is not related to Mens rea?
(a) R. v. Prince
(b) Queen v. Tolson
(c) Sherras v. De Rutzen
(d) Barendra Kumar Ghosh v. Emperor

Explanation:- D

Q4. In which of the following cases, doctrine of “Mens rea’ is NOT applicable?
(a) Theft
(b) Murder
(c) Public nuisance
(d) Thug

Explanation:- C

Q5. ‘A’ intentionally causes ‘Z’s death partly by illegally omitting to give ‘Z’ food and partly by beating ‘Z’. ‘A’ has committed the offence of
(a) Culpable homicide not amounting to murder
(b) Attempt to commit murder
(c) Murder
(d) Grievous hurt

Explanation:- C

Q6. ‘A’, a Spanish citizen, who was residing in Paris, instigated the commission of an offence which in consequence was committed in India. He
(a) is liable as the offence was committed in India
(b) is liable since the Indian Penal Code also extends to extra-territorial acts
(c)can be held liable because the offence was to be committed in India
(d) cannot be held liable because instigation was not given on Indian territory

Explanation:- A

Q7. “In every statute ‘mens-rea‘ is to be implied unless contrary is shown. “This view was expressed in:-
(a) Sherras v. De-Rutzen
(b) R v. Dudley and Stephen
(c) Harding v. Price
(d) R v. Prince

Explanation:- A

Q8. Under section 10 of IPC “Man” denotes a male human being of:-
(a) 16 years
(b) 18 years
(c) 21 years
(d) any age

Explanation:- D

Q9. Who among the following is not a public servant?
(a) Chief Minister of a State
(b) Chairman of the Central Board of Film Censors
(c) Surveyor of an Insurance Company
(d) Employee of a ‘Nationalized Bank’

Explanation:- C

Q10. One of the following is not a public servant-
(a) Liquidator
(b) A Civil Judge
(c) Member of a Panchayat assisting a court of justice
(d) Secretary of a Co-operative society

Explanation:- D

Q11. Who among of the following is not a “public servant” according to Section 21 of the Indian Penal Code 1860
(a) Chief Minister and Prime Minister
(b) Judge and Magistrate
(c) Government servant appointed on deputation
(d) Principal of Government college

Explanation:- D

Q12. Word ‘Dishonestly’ as defined in section 24 of IPC means:
(a) With the intention of causing wrongful gain to one person
(b) With the intention of causing wrongful loss to another person
(c)With the intention of causing wrongful gain to one person and with the intention of causing wrongful loss to another person
(d) All of the above are true

Explanation:- C

Q13. The word “Valuable Security” is defined in Indian Penal Code under
(a) Section 28
(b) Section 29
(c) Section 30
(d) Section 31

Explanation:- C

Q14. ‘Electronic Record’ under IPC is defined in:-
(a) Section 29
(b) Section 29A
(c) Section 29B
(d) Section 29D

Explanation:- B

Q15. The phrase “in furtherance of common intention of all” used in section 34 of Indian Penal Code, is
(a) in the original draft
(b) added by Amending Act of 1870
(c) not at all there
(d) added by Amending Act of 1986

Explanation:- B

Q16. Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860
(a) Creates a substantive offence
(b) is a rule of evidence
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above

Explanation:- B

Q17. Mehboob Shah v/s King Emperor is a leading case on
(a) Conspiracy
(b) Common Intention
(c) Wrongful Confinement
(d) Common Object

Explanation:- B

Q18. The difference between Section 34 and Section149 of the Indian Penal Code is that
(a) whereas in Section 34 there must be at least five persons, Section 149 requires only two persons
(b) Section 149 is only a rule of evidence where as Section 34 creates a specific offence
(c) Section 34 requires active participation in action whereas Section 149 requires mere passive membership of the unlawful assembly
(d) Both (b) and (c)

Explanation:- C

Q19. Common intention means-
(a) Similar intention
(b) Same intention
(c) Sharing of intention by all persons
(d) Common plans

Explanation:- C

Q20. Distinction between Sections 34 and 149 of IPC has been authoritatively expounded by the Supreme Court in
(a) State of Maharashtra v. M. H. George
(b) Guru Deo Singh v. State of Punjab
(c) Ram Kumar v. State of Haryana
(d) Nanak Chand v. State of Punjab

Explanation:- D

Q21. In which of the following cases the Privy Council made a distinction between ‘common intention‘ and ‘similar intention’?
(a) Barendra Kumar Ghosh v. Emperor
(b) Mahboob Shah v. King Emperor
(c) Shrinivasmal Barolia v. Emperor
(d) Bannu Mal v. Emperor

Explanation:- B

Q22. In which one of the following cases Lord Summer said, “they also serve who stand and wait”?
(a) Mahboob Shah v. Emperor
(b) Inder Singh v. Emperor
(c) Barendra Kumar Ghosh v. Emperor
(d) None of the above

Explanation:- C

 

 

 

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