CS Executive Pre Exam Test MCQs with Answer of JIGL-PART-9


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To constitute a tort, there must be: I. wrongful act. II. Legal damage. III. legal remedy
Under the Registration Act, a registered document operates
As per the Registration Act, 1908, the documents registration of which is optional have been dealt in
What is the time limit to get the information under RTI Act 2005?
True or False: I. Any order made by the National Company Law Tribunal or the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal may be enforced by that Tribunal in the same manner as if it were a decree made by a court in a suit pending therein. II. National Company Law Tribunal and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal shall send for execution of Its orders to the relevant court after taking confirmation from the High Court which that relevant court is subordinate to.
Section 4 of the Indian Stamp Act provides that where in the case of any sale, mortgage or settlement, several Instruments are employed for completing the transaction - only the principal instrument shall be chargeable with the duty prescribed for the conveyance, mortgage or settlement and each of the other instruments shall be chargeable with a duty of Re. 1 (instead of the duty, if any, prescribed for the other instruments). Based on X ii the above, consider the following statements. I. A lease is executed and got registered. A second document is executed altering the terms of the first document. The second document has to be stamped as a lease and Section 4 will not apply. II. A purchaser of land executes a mortgage of the land in 11 favour of the vendor for a portion of the purchase money. The mortgage is liable to full duty as a separate instrument. Ill. A executes a conveyance of immovable property. On the same deed his nephew (undivided in status) endorses his consent to the sale, as such consent is considered to be necessary. The consent should be chargeable with only one rupee.
Section 24 of Evidence Act applies
For the enforcement of Fundamental Rights, the Supreme Court may issue a/an:
Section 3 Limitation Act does not apply to
The India Penal Code came into effect from
The Special Court under the Companies Act, 2013:
Summary procedure in relation to suits has been provided
Period of limitation for suits relating to movable property under the Limitation Act, 1963
Finality of arbitral awards within meaning of section 35 of the Arbitrtor Dand Conciliation Act, 1996 means that the Arbitral Award shall:
Under section 15 of CPC, every suit shall be instituted in
Which of the following Is Incorrect:
Under Order IX, Rule 8 of CPC, for non- appearance of the plaintiff, a suit cannot be dismissed
The expression ‘so deemed to include’ in the definition:
A conditional order for removal of public nuisance under section 133 Cr. P.C. may be passed by:
Any person aggrieved by an order of the National Company Law Tribunal may prefer an appeal to the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.

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