F.Y.LL.B: Mumbai University Law Practical Examination Question Paper 2019

Time 2 hrs. 30 min                                                                                         80 marks

Instructions

Question no. 1 carries 2 marks each
Question no. 2 carries 5 marks each
Question no. 3 carries 10 marks each

Q.1 Answer in One or Two Sentences. (20 marks)

1. What is Bar ?
2. What is Civil Contempt of Court ?
3. Name any two Writs according to the Constitution of India ?
4. Name any two Lamps of Advocacy ?
5. Define Criminal Contempt of Court ?
6. What are the Qualifications to Enroll as Advocate ?
7. Write any two duties of Advocates towards the Courts ?
8. What is Legal Aid ?
9. Define Advocacy ?
10. What is PIL ?

Q.2 Write Short Notes (Any Four)   (20 marks)

1. Professional Ethics.
2. Dress Code of Advocates.
3. Duties of an Advocate towards the Clients.
4. State Bar Council
5. Disciplinary Committees.
6. Punishment for misconduct.

Q.3 Discuss Briefly (Any four)     (40 marks)

1. Explain the functions of Bar Council of India ?
2. Discuss the powers of the State Bar Council to punish an Advocate for professional misconduct ?
3. Write a note on Bar-Bench Relations ?
4. What are the Elements of Advocacy ?
5. Explain in detail the Duties of Advocates towards the Opponents and Judges ?
6. Importance of Computers for lawyers ?

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F.Y.LL.B: Mumbai University Law Practical Examination Question Paper 2017

Time 2 hrs. 30 min                                                                                         80 marks

Instructions

Question no. 1 carries 2 marks each
Question no. 2 carries 5 marks each
Question no. 3 carries 10 marks each

Q.1 Answer in One or Two Sentences. (20 marks)

1. What is Legal Aid ?
2. What is Sanad ?
3. Define Advocacy ?
4. Define Law.
5. What is Civil Contempt of Court ?
6. Three Duties of Advocates towards the Colleagues ?
7. Define Public Interest Litigation ?
8. Name any 3 writs according to the Constitution of India ?
9. Explain the procedure to become an Advocate at Supreme Court of India ?
10 Define Criminal Contempt of Court ?

Q.2 Write Short Notes (Any Four)   (20 marks)

1. Professional Ethics.
2. Punishment for Misconduct.
3. Powers of Disciplinary Committees.
4. Duties of an Advocate towards the Courts.
5. Dress code for Advocates
6. Public Interest Litigation.

Q.3 Discuss Briefly (Any four)     (40 marks)

1. Explain in brief on Bar-Bench Relations ?
2. Explain in detail Seven lamps of Advocacy ?
3. Explain in detail the Professional Ethics ?
4. Discuss the Powers of the State Bar Council to punish an Advocate for Professional Misconduct ?
5. What are the Elements of Advocacy ?
6. Explain in detail the Duties of Advocates towards the Opponents and towards the clients ?

F.Y.LL.B: Mumbai University Law Practical Examination Question Paper 2018

Time 2 hrs. 30 min                                                                                         80 marks

Instructions

Question no. 1 carries 2 marks each
Question no. 2 carries 5 marks each
Question no. 3 carries 10 marks each

Q.1 Answer in One or Two Sentences. (20 marks)

1. Define Law.
2. What is Legal Aid ?
3. Define Advocacy ?
4. What is Sanad ?
5. What are the types of Contempt of Court ?
6. Three duties of Advocates towards the client ?
7. Define Public Interest Litigation ?
8. Name the Writs according to the Constitution of India ?
9. Define Professional Ethics ?
10. What is Vakalatnama ?

Q.2 Write Short Notes (Any four)             (20 marks)

1. Aims and Object of Professional Ethics
2. Punishment for misconduct
3. Powers of Disciplinary Committees under the Advocate Act
4. Duties of an Advocate towards the Courts
5. Dress code of Advocates
6. Criminal Contempt of Court.

Q.3 Discuss Briefly (Any four)              (40 marks)

1. Explain in brief on Bar-Bench Relations ?
2. Explain in detail Seven lamps of Advocacy ?
3. Explain in detail the Professional Ethics ?
4. Discuss the Powers of the State Bar Council to punish an Advocate for Professional Misconduct ?
5. What are the Elements of Advocacy ?
6. Explain in detail the Duties of Advocates towards the Opponents and towards the clients ?

 

F.Y.LL.B: Mumbai University Law Practical Examination Question Paper 2016

Time 2 hrs. 30 min                                                                                         80 marks

Instructions

Question no. 1 carries 2 marks each
Question no. 2 carries 5 marks each
Question no. 3 carries 10 marks each

Q.1 Answer in One or Two Sentences. (20 marks)

a. Define Advocate under Advocate Act 1961 ?
b. What is the main purpose of Law ?
c. Name two laws relating to Legal Profession ?
d. What is meant by Professional Misconduct ?
e. Two remedies available to Contemnor against the punishment of Contempt of Court ?
f. Name the parties involved in a suit ?
g. What is meant by Locus Standi ?
h. What is Sanad ?
i. Define PIL.
j. What is meant by Jurisdiction ?

Q.2 Write Short Notes (Any Four)   (20 marks)

a. Importance of Advocacy.
b. Bar and Bench relationship
c. Effective Counseling.
d. Dress code for Advocates
e. “Law is a Noble Profession”
f. Contempt of Court. When contempt can be initiated.

Q.3 Discuss Briefly (Any four)     (40 marks)

a. What are the main legal provisions of Advocate Act 1961 ?
b. Utility of Information Technology in Legal Profession. Discuss.
c. Need for the Code of Professional Ethics.
d. Right to practise as an Advocate is guaranteed under the Constitution of India.
e. Duties and Rights of an Advocate.
f. Evaluate the development of Legal Profession in India.

Chapter 12: Study of Sound

Science and Technology, Class 9 Solutions (Maharashtra State Board)

5c.

Sunil is standing between two walls. The wall closest to him is at a distance of 360 m. If he shouts, he hears the first echo after 4 s and another after another 2 seconds.

1. What is the velocity of sound in air?
2. What is the distance between the two walls?

5c

 

Answer given in the textbook are wrong it must be (i) 180 m/s and (ii) 900 m as answers.

 

 

Tort and Consumer Protection Act : Previous Question Paper, November 2017

(3 hours)                                                                 (100 marks)

Note: Answer all questions.

I. Answer in one or two sentences.

(a) What is meant by “Exemplary Damages” ?

(b) What is “Express Malice” ?

(c) What is “Malfeasance” and “Non-feasance” ?

(d) What is the “Accord” and “Satisfaction” ?

(e) What is meant by “Liability by Ratification” ?

(f) What is Distress Damage Feasant ?

(g) What is “Mayhem” ?

(h) What is the meaning of Tresspass ab-initio ?

(i) Give two instances where a buyer is NOT a consumer.

(j) Who is a trader according to unfair Trade Practices ?

II. Write short notes on any four of the following:

(a) Consumer dispute

(b) Central Consumer Protection Council

(c) Characteristics of Tort

(d) False Imprisonment

(e) Extra Judicial Remedies

(f) Contributory Negligence

III. Solve any two of the following:

(a) Mr. A employed an independent contractor Mr. Q to construct a drainage system. During the work the contractor left a heap of gravel on the road. Mr. A was warned by the Police to remove the heap of gravel and before the removal Mr. Z injured. Now Mr. Z wants to claim damages.

(i) Against whom should Mr. Z claim damages.
(ii) What is the defence available.

(b) “A” was the Manager of Tom Limited. A firm dealing to ladies clothes for several years. “A” was known to her customers as Miss Tom. “A” after leaving service of Tom Ltd. started a rival establishment in the name of Miss Tom. On seeing this Tom Ltd sued “A”.

(i) Name and explain the tortuous activity for which Tom Ltd. sued “A”.
(ii) Advice “A” on the same.

(c) “A” consumer demanded a packed tin of Mango pulp for Rs. 50/- from a shop. But
as he opened the tin there was strawberry pulp instead which costed Rs. 80/-. But as he returned to the shopkeeper,  the shopkeeper refused to accept and demanded more Rs. 30/-.

(i) Can shopkeeper recover Rs. 30 from the consumer ? Why ?
(ii) Advice “A” on the same.

IV. Answer any four of the following (in brief):

(a) Explain the concept of Vicarious Liability with the help of Master and Servant Relationship.

(b) State any eight defences available in Tort.

(c) Explain the theories of Remoteness of Damages.

(d) State the requisites of valid defamation along with its defences.

(e) What is the principle of Strict Liablity ? Explain with reference.

(f) Explain District Consumer Disputes Redressal Agency under Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

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Tort and Consumer Protection Act : Previous Question Paper, April 2017

(3 hours)                                                                 (100 marks)

Note: Answer all questions.

I. Answer in one or two sentences:

(a) What is meant by “Mal-feasance” ?

(b) Define “Tort” as per Winfield.

(c) Define “Vis Major”.

(d) What is meant by “Joint Tort Feasors” ?

(e) What is “Battery” ?

(f) What is “Appropriate Laboratory” ?

(g) Which maxim defines defence of Consent ?

(h) Explain the “Scienter Rule”.

(i) State penalty for filing frivolous complaint under Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

(j) What is the limitation period for filing a complaint under Consumer Protection Act, 1986 ?

II Write short notes on any four of the following :

(a) Pigeon Hole theory

(b) Damages

(c) Unfair Trade Practice

(d) Malicious Prosecution

(e) Wagon Mound Case

(f) Appeal under Consumer Protection Act, 1986

III. Solve any two of the following:

(a) “A” started classes in neighborhood of “B” because of which “B” incurred heavy loss as his classes students diverted to “X’s” classes.

(i) Whether Mr. A is liable in torts ? Give reasons.
(ii) Give two points of distinction between Injuria sine damnum and Damnum sine injuria.

(b) “X” undergoes an eye surgery in charitable medical camp and lost eye.

(i) Can he file case against charitable trust ?
(ii) What is Deficiency in Service ? Explain.

(c) An employer, Mr Y. a security Guard working on payroll of Mr. X a lawyer. commits a fraud after working hours.

(i) Is Mr. X liable under Contract or Tort? Explain.
(ii) Is Mr. X liable under crimes? Give two points of distinction between crime and Tort.

IV. Answer any four of the following (in brief):

(a) What is meant by Contributory Negligence? Explain the doctrine and state the exceptions of contributory Negligence citing relevant Case Laws.

(b) What is meant by Consumer? Explain in detail the aims and objects
of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

(c) State the Three Tier System of solving Consumer Complaint under Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

(d) How are damages calculated under Law of Torts? Discuss the different kinds of Damages awarded under Torts.

(e) What is meant by Defamation ? State defences available for Tort of Defamation.

(f) What is a Nuisance and State Defence for Nuisance under Torts.

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