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Code No.

5551

FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. I Sem"Regular 3 YDC & 5 YDC Examination
December - 2007 '
Subject: Law
Paper - I
,Indian Contract Act-I

Time: 3 hours] [Marks: 80 '

PART-A (5x6=30 marks)


Ans\-ver any F ive of the follow ing in not more than 80 words.

1. Acceptance
2. Fraud

3. Voidable contracts

4. Remission
5. Quantum meriut

6. Consideration
7. Eiquidated'damages
8, ' Prohibitory
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PART-B ' (2x15=30 marks)


Answer any Two of the following.

, 9. Define consideration. His said that "A contract without consideration is


void". Are there any ,exceptions to this rule? ,

10. Discuss the validity of contract with a minor.

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11. Examine the grounds of impossibility of performance of contract.

12. Does the law of contract impose any obligation on a person enjoying
benefit of? non-gratuitous act of person done for the former?

PART-C (2x 10=20 marks) -


Answer a:ny Two of tae following . .
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13. X & Co. a firm of printers, agree to print 1doo copies of a book for Y
& Co., a firm of publishers. After the book and delivering all
, cQpies to Y & Co., X & Co. discovers for the first time that parts of
the books are libelous. Y & Co. are now refusing to pay X & Co . the
,-,' price:' Advice X & Co.

14: ofR attached in execution ofamoney decree. The decree


of fact against' another person of a similar name. In
to save his' property from being sold away R paid the amount of the
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decree. Subsequently he sued P for getting the amount back. , Will he
succeed?

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FACUL TV OF LAW

LL.B. (3 YDC) & (5YDC) I - Semester Examination, April! May2008

Subject: LAW

Paper-101
Indian Contract Act - I
Time: 3 Hours} . {Max. Marks: 80
PART-A

Answer any FIVE of the following in not more than 80 words. (5x6=30 marks)

1. Valid offer
2. Consideration
3. Wagering agreements
4. Novation
5. Accord and Satisfaction
6. Quantum meri:ut
7. Duty to mitigate
8. Preventive relief

Answer any TWO of the following (2x15==30 marks)

1. "The law of contract is not the whole law of agreements, nor


is it the whole law of obligations". Discuss.
2. "The doctrine of frustration has often been said to depend on .
adding a term to the contract by implication". Comment. .·
3. Discuss the rights and obligations of finder of lost goods.
4. What are the principles on which specific performance of a
contract may be granted or may not be granted?

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PART-C

Answer any TWO of the fQllowing (2xlO=20 marks)

13. Ami nor f r a u d u len t Iy rep res e nts t a a m 0 n e y le n d e r t hat hew a S 0f

full age and executed a mortgage deed for Rs.l0,OOO. Has the
money lender any right of action against the minor · for the
money lent or for damages for fraudulent misrepresentation

14. A made a contract with B for suppl y ing to him certain goods at
a place outside the stat e w her e t he re was no pr ohi biti on again st
sending the goods outside the state. Subsequently prohibition
was imposed on the sending of those goods to that place and
railway booking was consequently closed. A failed to supply the
goods. B sued A for damages for non-supply of goods. A
pleaded that the contract became impossible of performance and
so .he was absolved from performing it. Vv'ili A succeed?

15. A instructs B to enter on his behalf into a wagering transaction.


B loses in the transaction and pays from his pocket. He
thereafter sues A for reimbursement. Can A raise the plea of

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16. Ram and Syam entered into an agreement for sale of 50
computers at a cost of Rs. 2 lakh. Syam sends his acceptance
for the above proposal through E-mail . to the website address of
Ram. Ram did not supply goods. What is the remedy
available to Syam under the contract Act?

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FACULTY OF L A W
LL.B. (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester (Regular) Examination,
December, 2008
Subject .: LAW
Paper : I
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INDIAN CONTRACT ACT - I
Time : 3 Hours ] [ Max. Marks : 80
PART-A (5x6=30 Marks)

Note: Answer any five of the following:


l. Quasi contracts

2. Free Consent

3. Invitation to offer

4. Doctrine of Public Policy

5. Wagering contract

6. Doctrine of Frustration

7. Quantum meriut

8. Perpetual injunction

PART-B (2x15=30 Marks)

Note: Answer any two of the following:


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9. What is Offer? Discuss briefly the law relating to communication of offer, acceptance
and revocation.

10. Discuss various modes by which a contract may be discharged.

11. "Every agreement in restraint of trade is void". Eluddate this cuncept and state exceptions
to the rule.

12. Discuss the provisions of the Specific Relief Act relating to 'contracts which are specifically
enforceable'.
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PART-C (2xlO=20 Marks)

Note: Answer any two of th e f ollowing '

13. 'A' issued a pamphlet offering to pay Rs. 500/ - to anyone who brings to him his
missing son. ' B' traces the boy and brings him to 'N. Can 'B' claim reward 7 Does it
make any difference tha t ' B' is the serva nt of ' A' sent to trace the boy?

14. 'A' a minor executed a promissory note in favaour of 'B'. On becoming major, he
executed a fresh promissory note in consideration of the same borrowing. Can 'B' sue
on the fresh promissory note ?

15. 'A' filed a suit against 'B' . He engaged ' C' to perform pooja for his success in the suit
and promised to pay him Rs. 5000/ - in the event of his success. A succeeded in the suit
but refused to pay the reward to 'C' . 'C brings a sui t for reco vering rewa rd. Decide.

16. 'A' paid Rs. 15000/ - to B to secure for her son a seat in a medical college by using his
influence with selection committee. 'B' fails to secure a seat for A's" son. 'A' sued B to
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recover the amount of Rs. 15000/-. Decide.

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PAOALA RAMA REDOI LAW COLLEGE


HYDERABAD - 500 073.

FACULTY OF LAW

LL.B. I Year (3 Y.D.C) I iii Year (5 Y.d.C.) I Semester (backlog) Examination.


August I September 2005

INDIAN CONTRACT ACT - 1

Paper I
Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 100

Answer all questions. All questions cany equal marks

1. (a) Define Contract and mention the essentials of a Valid Contract.


Or
(b) VJhat is a Standards form of Contract? Discuss the binding nature
of Standard form of Contract.
Or

2. (a) Fiow does a mistake affect a Contract? Explain Mistake of Law and
Mistake of Fact.
Or
(b) When the object of a contract is lawful? Give examples.

3. Under what circumstances a Valid Contract is discharged?


Or
(b) What is an Emticipatory breach of a Contract? Explain its
consequences.

4. (a) State the law with regard to necessaries supplied to a person


incapable of entering into a Contract.
Or
(b) What is duty to mitigate? State the Law with regard to it.

5. (a) What is Specific Relief? Explain the Law with regard to recovery of
possession of movable property.
Or
(b) Explain Injunction. Mention the different types of Injunctions.
Code No. 1011

FACULTY OF LAW

LL.B. I Year (3-YDC) & V Year (5-YDC) I Semester Examination,


August, 2006

Subject: Law
Paper - !

Indian Contract Act - I

Time: 3 Hou rs. Max . Marks 100

Note: Answer all question s All questions ca rry equal marks

1.(a) Define cons ideration and state the rules with regard to a valid
consideration .

OR
(b) In what circumstances a valid offer is treated to have been revoked . Give
examples .

2.(a) When consent to an agreement is said to be free?

OR
(b) What is a Contingent Contract? State the ru les with regard to contingen t
contract.

3.(a) Explain the rules with regard to performance of a Contract. When a


contract need not be performed .

OR
(b) Mention the rules with regard to appropriation of payment. Mention the
different kinds of appropriation.

4.(a) Explain the consequences of breach of Contract.

OR
(b) VVhat is a Quasi Contract? Explain the rules with regard to quasi
contracts.

5.(a) What is declaratory decree? State the law with regard to declaratory
decree.

OR
(b) Explain temporary and perpetual injunction \.t\fhen such injunction can be
granted or refused .

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Code No. ·1080

F A CD L T Y 0 F LAW
L.L.n. I (3-YDC) / III Year (5-YDC) (Regular)
I Semester Examination
January / February 2007
INDIAN CONTRACT ACT - I
Paper - 101

Time: 3 Hours] . [Max. Marks: 100

Note: Answer all questions. All questions carry equal marks.

1. a) Discuss the essentials of Consideration under the Indian Law.


OR
b) Describe the various modes of acceptance of a proposal.

2. a) Discuss the law relating to Contracts by person of unsound mind.


OR
b) When a Contract is said to be opposed to public policy? Mention
some of the agreements which are opposed to public policy.

3. a) Under what circumstances a contract need not be performed?


OR
b) State the liabilities of joint promissory and explain the devolution
of joint liability.

\ Can a minor be held liable for necessaries supplied to him?


OR
) Is there any liability on a person to whom money is paid or any
property delivered by mistake to repay or return it ?

5. a) What are the Contracts which cannot be specifically performed?


OR
b) Under what circumstances can Court grant mandatory injuction ?

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Code No. : l080IBL

FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. f Year (3-YDC)IIII Year (5-YDC) (I-Semester) (Backlog) Examination, July/August 2007
LAW
Paper-IOI : Indian Contract Act-I

Time-3 Hours] [Maximum Marks-l 00

Note : - Answer All questions. All questions carty equal marks.

1. (a) What are the essentials ofa Valid Contract?


OR
(b) "Past consideration is no consideration". Comment.
2. (a) Discuss the legality ofan agreement entered into by or on behalf ofa minor.
OR
(b) What are the various kinds ofagreements which are void under the Indian Contract Act?
3. (a) How far the rights and liabilities ofparties to a Contract are affected by supervening impossibility ?
OR
(b) What is 'Anticipatory breach ofContract" ? What are its consequences ?
4. (a) State the basis ofquasi-contractual liability.
OR
(b) What are the remedies for breach ofa contract?
5. (a) State the principles on which equitable or specific relief is granted.
OR
(b) What are the conditions under which a Court can order cancellation ofan instrument?

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination, April/May, 2009
Subject: LAW
Paper I - INDIAN CONTRACT ACT-I
Time 3 Hours ] [ Max. M arks 80

PART-A

Answer any five of the following: (5x6=30)

1. Standard form of contracts.

2. Doctrine of Restitution.

3. Contingent contracts

4. Anticipatory breach.

5. Doctrine of Novation

6. Agreement in restraint of trade.

7. Specific perfomance of contract.

8. . Perpetual injunction
PART-B

Answer any two of the following: (2x15=30)

9. "All contracts are agreements, but all agreements are not contracts", Discuss.

10. "An agreement without consideration is void" explain and state the exceptions, if any,
to this rule.

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12. Explain the rules relating to the measurement of the damages for breach of a contract.

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PART-C

Answer any two of the following' (2xlO=20)

13. 'A-' owes money to 'B' . H e sells his property to 'C and leave the pl.ll·cha se-money with
'C for payment to 'B' in disch arge of' A's de bt. 'B' sues ' C for p ay m.en t of the Zl mount
- Decide.

14. 'A' entered into a contract for sale of a plot of Land to 'B'. Both the parties were under
impression that it was 5 Bighas in arcZI. The building area was found to be less_ Under
the municipal regulations a building site was to have an area of not less than 5 Bighas.
State with reasons whether' A' can enforce the contract against 'B'?

15. ' X' \-" h ile his v\'ife , yo wa ali \'e, p ro mised to ma n y ' Z' in th e even t o f 'Y' s de ath.
Subsequently 'Y' died . '2' sues for danlages for breach of promise to marry her, when
'X' refused to marry her - Decide.

16. 'A' and 'B' went to horse races and each contributing half of the value of the ticket.
A ticket ,was purchased in the name of 'B' on a horse which won. 'B' collected the
winnings, but did not pay the half share to 'A'. 'A' sues B for his half share - Decide.

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LL.t:j. ( UG) I - Year 1- ::>em esrer c XafTI ll Ci lon ,
December 2009/January 2010

Subject : LAW

Paper - I : Law of Contract - I

Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks: 80


PART - A

Answer any five of the following: (5x6=30 marks)

1. Voidable contract and Valid contract.


2. Invitation to offer.
3. Past consideration
4. Revocation of acceptance.
5. Anticipatory breach of contract.
6. Temporary and Perpetual Injun ctions .
7. Specific performance of a contract.
8. Novation

PART-B

Answer any two of the following : (2xt5=30 marks)

9. Define 'Contract'. What are the conditions to be fulfilled by agreements


in order to be contracts?

10. Discuss with suitable illustrations, the validity of contracts by minors.

11. What is free consent? Distinguish between fraud and misrepresentation.

12. "An agreement in restraint of trade is void" - Discuss and state the
exceptions to this rule.

PART-C

Answer any two of the following: (2x10=20 marks)

13. 'A' gave to 'B' a'written memorandum on 10th June offering to sell his
house for 4 lakhs and stated that the offer would remain open till 9 a.m.
on 1ih June. On 11th June 'A' sold property to 'C'. 'B' came to know of
this, butstill before 9 a.m. on 12th June he accepted the offer, then
brought a suit for specific performance - Decide.

14. 'A' a minor executed a promissory note in favour of B. On becoming major,


he executed a fresh promissory note in consideration of the same
borrowing . Can 'B' sue on the promissory note? Decide.

15. 'A' uses a telephone and purchases goods on credit from 'B' who supplied
under a mistaken belief that he was contracting with a man of credit. 'A'
rl3sells tt'!e goods to 'C' who is a bonafide purchaser for value. Can 'B'
recover the goods form 'C' ? Decide.

16. 'A' sent a parcel by rail. The parcel contained crackers for sale rn
season. The railway was negligent and delivered the parcel too late for the
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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. (3 Y.D.C.) I Year I Semester Examination,
May/June 2010
LAW
Paper - I ,: Law of Contract - I

Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 80

PART-A

Answer any fi ve of the foll owing : (5x6=30 Marks)

1. Counter offer

2. Alternative promise

3. Privity of Contract

4. Cyber Contract

5. MIS representation

6. Wagering agreement

7. Injunctions to perfonn negative agreement

8. Liquidated damages.

PART - B
Answer any two of the following: (2x15=30 Marks)
9. "The essence of every agreement is that there ought be free consent on both the
sides". Discuss.
10. Discuss the Quasi - Contractual obligations under the Indian Contract Act.
11. "Agreements without considerations are void". Explain_ the statement along with
exceptions.
12. What is meant by Specific Perfonnance of Contract? Who can claim it ?

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PART - C

Answer any two of the following: (2xlO=20

13. A husband promis ed to hi s wife that he would give Rs. 3000/- every month to her
for running the family. However he committed a breach of that promise. Can the
wife recover such amount due?

14. 'A' agrees to pay 'B' a sum of money if 'B' marries C. C married D. What is the
consequence of it on agreemenl ?

15 . A owes to B Rs . 2000/- but the debt is barred by the limitation Act. A orally
promises to pay the debt. Can 'B ' recover th e money from' A' ?

16. 'A' is the owner of a building . He is dispossessed of his property by 'B' using
force. What is the remedy available to 'A' under the Specific Relief Act? Discuss.

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B . I Sem. Regu lar 3 YDC & 5 YDC Exam inatio n
Dece mber - 2007
Subje ct: Law
Paper - II
Family Law - I (Hind u

Time: 3 hours ] [Mark s: 80

PART -A (5x6= 30 marks)


Five of the following in not more than 80 words.

1. . Dayabhaga school
2. Pious obligation

3. Intest ate succe ssion

4. Monogamy

5. NuUi tyof mf.\rriage . , ....,


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6. . Adoption ·

7. Alien ation of prope rty , .


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8. Notio nal partition.


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PART -B (2x15 =30 marks)


Answ er any lWo of the following.
9. Expla in the various sources of Hindu Law.
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10. Discu ss the eQnditions imposed by the Hindu Marri age.Act, 1955 for
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11. What are the conditions under which a Hindu wife is entitled to
maintenance and separate residence?

12 . "Section. 14 of Hindu succession Act is a charter of Hindu women 's


liberty" - Discuss .

PART-C I
(2xlO=20 marks)
Answer any Two of the' following.

"', 13. X and Yare Hindu couple. They have a daughter D. When D-has been
marri ed off, X and Y dec id e to adopt a boy B. B after having attained
majority age fi led a suit again st D to gi\'e bac k th e pro perty she has
received as gift from her parents at the time of her marriage. On the other
hand, D contended that adoption of B is illegal - Decide the respective
contentions of Band D.

14. A, a Hindu dies intestate of property worth Rs .50 lakhs, behind


his widow W, son S daughter D, father F and mother M. Distribute
the legal heirs according to the Hindu succession Act, 19.56. :

15. A, a Hindu girl, was married before she 15 of age. She


repud,iated the marriage before she obtained 18 years of age. filed
for .d ivorce after 19 years of age. DC.cide.

16. A is working in Army. He was posted to Indian border are'!,. Therefore he


left his wife B in her parent's house: f,lis wife waited fot hini for three
years. Except writing letters to B intimating his safety, A did not even
once visit B. She sued for divorce on the ground of desertion. Decide . .

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'3 YDC) & (5YDC) I - Semester Examination, April! May 2008


LL.B . (

Subject: LAW

Paper - 102
Family Law - I (Hindu L aw)
{Max. Marks : 80
Time : 3 Hours}
,PART-A

Answer any FIVE of the following in not more than BO words. (5 x 6=30 marks)

1. Mitakshara school
2. Joint fam ily
3. Polygamy
4. Restitution of conjugal rights
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5. Maintenance
6. Intestate succession
7. Dwelling house
B. Classes of heirs

PART-B

Answer any TWO of the following (2x15=30 marks)

9. Explain the doctrine of 'Pious Obligation'? Can a Hindu father


aliena't e coparcener's property to discharge his personal debts?
10. Explain various grounds of divorce under Hindu marriage Act,
1955.
11. Discuss the effects of valid adoption under Hindu Adoptions and
Maintenance Act, 1956?
12. Enumerate the general provisions to succession as laid
down in Hindu succession Act, 1956.

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PART-C

Answer any TWO of the follow i ng (2xl0=20 marks)

13. Land S married and were living in Vishakapatnam. 5 had


gone to USA for special training for a period of one year. L
was staying at her in-law's place, Hyderabad. During her stay
the in-laws demanded additional dowry. She· informed her
husband about the demand of dowry. 5 replied that such
demands are common now-a-da ys . Adv ice her .

14. A and B are Hindu couple with two children, boy and girl.
Their nearest relative requested them to give their daughter
for adoption. The parents agreed to give their daughter in
adoption. As an advocate advice them .

15. A son Is adopted by a widow after severa l years of the death


of her husband. Would he be the son of the widow alone or as
well as of her husband?

17. XiS property is inherited by his brother. . The illegitimate


daughter of X claims -maintenance from Y. Is she entitled for
maintenance?

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester (Regular) Examination,
Decelnber, 2008
Subject : LAW
Paper : II
FAMILY LAW-I (HINDU LAW)
Time : 3 Hours ] [ Max. Marks 80
PART-A (5x6=30 Marks)

Note: Answer any five of the following :

OJ. Cu storn

2. Mitakshara school

3. Monogamy

4. Sapinda relationship

5. Restitution of Conjugal Rights

6. Concept of adoption

7. Natural guardians

8. Disqualified heirs

PART-B (2x15=30 Marks)

Note: Answer allY two of the following:

9. Who is 'Karta' ? What are his powers and duties?

10. Explain the various grounds of divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.

11. Who are the natural guardians of a Hindu minor child? What are their powers and
duties under Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956 ?

12. Enumerate class-I heirs of a Hindu as per the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act
2005.

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PART-C (2 x 10 = 20 Marks)

Note: Answer any two of the following :

13. A Hindu 16 yea rs boy married to 10 yea rs Hindu girl. Is it a va lid marriage? Discuss.

14. ' A ' murders his mother ' B'. 'A' claimed the share in the gra ndfather's (mother' s father)
property after his death as a lega l heir. Discu ss the ri ght of' A' to inherit the property
of grandfather.

15. ' A', the father appointed 'X' as a testamentary guardian to his child during his life time
and dies. After the death of A, 'B' the mother claims the guardianship. Decide the
legal right of 'B' and 'X' .

16. A Hindu who is having a grandson (son's son) adopted a boy of 17 YCLlTS old after the
death of his son. Is it a valid adoption? Discuss.

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination, April/May, 2009
Subject: LAW
Paper II - Family Law-I (Hi ndu Law)
Time: 3 Hours] [ Max. Marks 80

PART-A (5x6=30 Marks)

Answer nny fiv e of the fallo'wing :

1. Monoga my

2. Karta of Hindu jOint family

3. Pious Obligation

4. Registration of Marriage

5. Void Marriage

6. Conciliation

7. Natural guardian

8. Notional Partition

PART-B (2x15=30 Marks)

Answer any two of the following:

9. Explain the sources of Hindu Law . .

10. Define Marriage. Explain the essentials of marriage under Hindu Law.

11. Explain the constitutional aspects of Restitution of conjugal rights.

12. Enumerate class I heirs of a Hindu under Hindu Succession (Amedment) Act, 2005.

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PART-C (2x10=20 Marks)

An swer nny two of the fo llowing :

13. 'A' and 'B' are ch ildren of bro ther and sis ter in the s ta te of Ta mil Nadu . Their m arriage
is obj ected by maniage 1\ egistrar a t the time of regis tra ti on of marri age . \Nh at is your
advice ?

14. I A', a Hindu boy of 20 years married a girl of 18 years. What is the status of marriage?

15. A Hindu having grandson wants to adopt a boy of 15 years according to Hindu
Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956. What is your advice?

16 . 'A' Hind u d ies a fter 9-10-2007 leaving behin d some law ful debts. The creditors filed
suit aga ins t the son of ' X for recovery of deb ts. \.Vhat is th e p r esent legal Positi on ?

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FACULTY OF LAW
L.L.B. (3 YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination,
December 2009 / January 2010
Subject: LAW
Paper II Family Law.. - I (Hindu 'Law)

Time : 3 Hours ] [ Max. Marks: 80

PART-A (5x6=30)

Answer any five of th e following:

1. Custom.

2. Karta.

3. Non-Ajavahi:lTika uebt .

4. Judicial Separation.

5. Effect of adoption.

6. Defacto-guardian.

7. Dwelling House.

8. Agnates and cognates.

PART-B (2x15=30)

Answer any two of the following:

9. Explain the ancient and modern sources of Hindu Law.

10. Explain the essential conditions of a valid Hindu marriage under the Hindu Marriage
Act, 1955.

11. Discuss the concept of adoption under the old Hindu Law and under the Hindu
Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956. .

12. Explain the rules of succession to the property of a Hindu male who dies intestate.

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PART-C (2xlO=20)

Answer any two of the following:

13. A Hindu male married to a Christian female without solemnizing the cerem onies . Is it
a va lid marriage under Hindu Marri age Act, 1955 ? Give r eason s.

14. A Hindu female dies intestate leaving behind her husband, son, daughter and ·her
parents. Distribute the property.

15. A widow has adopted a son after the death of her husband. Discuss the property right
of adopted son in the property of the deceased husband of the adoptive mother under
the Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act, 1956 and before passing of the said Act of
1956. .

16. Fa ther, as a natur al gua r dia n, lease-out the imm ovable prop er ty of the minor child for
8 (eight) yea rs when the child is of 15 years old . Is it a valid alienation ? Decide and
give reasons.

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LL.B. (3 Y.D.C.) I Year I Sernester Exam ination, Ma y/J une 2010

Pa er -
LA'"
n : Family Law - I (Hindu ·./3VV )

Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 80

PART -A

Answer any five of the following: (Sx6=30 Marks)


1. Smruti
2. Polygamy
3. Coparcenary
4. Ceremonies of Hindu Marriage
5. Judicial separation
6. Guardian appointed by Court
7. Limited estate
8. Hindu succession (Amendment) Act 2005.

PART- B

Answer any two of the following: (2xlS=30 Marks)

9. What are the conditions of a Hindu Marriage? Explain.

10. Explain the concept of adoption. What are the legal effects of adoption in adoptive
and adopted families.

11. What are the grounds of divorce under Hindu Law?


12. Who are natural guardians of a Hindu minor child ? What are their powers and
duties under Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956 ?

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PART - C

Answer any two of the following: (2xlO=20 Marks)

13. The Karta of Hindu joint family soid the property of the family to pay capitation
fees for his sister's Son in a lYledical College. This is objected by other members
of the family - What is your advise?

14. X, a Hindu by practice of fraud married 'Y' according to Hindu law. Now Y
wants to terminate the marriage.What is your advice?

15. 'X' , a Hindu, appointed a testmentary guardian for his minor child during the
life time of his wife. What is the power of X in appointment of guardian ?

16. 'X' a Hindu dies intestate leaving behind father (F) mother (M) son (S) and a
married daughter (D).At the ti lI1e of his death he is having Rs. 75,000. What are
the shares of his legal heirs?

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FACULTY OF LAW
L.L.B. (3 YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination,
December 2009 / January 2010
Subj ect: LAW
Paper III Constitutional Law- I

Time 3 Hours ] [ Max. Marks : 80

PART-A (5x6=30)
Answer any fi ve of the fo ll owin.g :

1. Nature of Ind ian constitution .

2. Govt. of India Act, 1935.

3. Preamble.

4. Definition of State.

5. Doch'ine of severability,

- 6. Double jeopardy.

7. Right to Education.

8. Enforcement of Fundamental Duties.

PART-B (2x15=30)
Answer any two of the following :

9. Equality is a d ynamic concept with many aspects and dimensions and it cannot be
cribbed and cabined and confined within traditional and doctrinaire limits. - Explain.

10. No person can be compelled to be a witness against himself. - Elucidate the statement.

11. Explain the relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive principles of state
policy.

12. What is the nature and scope of the freedoms guaranteed under Act 19 of the constitution
of India?

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PART-C (2x10=20)

Answer any two of the following :

13. 'A' belongin g to 'X' religion wants to convert 'B' belonging to 'Y religion into his rebgion.
The people belonging to 'Y religion objec ted it. Is ' AI guaranteed the ri ght to conv ert
another to his religion? Decid e.

14/ 'X' was prosecuted and acquitted by a criminal court. However, he was kept in jail
even after acquittal for a period of Four years. 'X' wants to file a petition for his release
and compensation. - him.

15. A State Government passed a legislation providing 75% reservation in favour of SCs,
STs, Backward Classes and Minorities in public employment. 'X' challenged it on the
ground that it is unconstitutional. - Decide.

16. There are starvation deaths in a particular state. A social organization approached the
state Government to provide food security, but in vain. The social organization filed a
petitio I1 in the apex court for enforcement of the right to food security as part of
.') Article 21 of the ·Constitution. - Decide.

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FACULTY OF LA'"
LL.B. (3 Y.D.C.) I Year I Semester Examination,
May/June 2010
LAW
Paper - III : Constitutional Law - I

Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 80

PART-A

Answer any fiv e of the fo llowing: (5x6=30 I\larks )


1. Meaning and significance of constitution
2. Preamble
3. Waiver of Fundamental Rights
4. Equality of Result
5. Right to Silence
6. Right to education
7. Equal pay for equal work
8. Fundamental Duties.

PART- B

Ari'swer any two of the following: (2x15=30 Marks)

9. The fundamental freedom under Act 19(1) (a) can be reasonably restricted only for
the purpose of Act 19 (2) and the restriction must be justified on the anvil of
necessity and not the quicks and of convenience or expediency - Explain with the
help of cases.

10. Discuss the constitutional remedies available to the citizens whenever their
fundamental rights are violated.

11. Discuss with the help of decided cases, the scope of right to life and personal
liberty under Act, 21 of the constitution of India.

12. Discuss the relation between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles.

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PART - C

Answer any two of the following: (2xlO=20 Marks)

13. A poisonous gas leaked from a fertilizer company. It caused serious health problems
to the nearby residents of that locality. Can they file a writ petition. Advi se.

14. A religious subcult of Hinduism wants to parade nackedly wearing human skulls
and bones in the public streets of Hyderabad. The state Government did not give
permission. They filed a writ contending that it violated their religious freedom .
Decide.

1S. In Indra Sawhncy case 1992, the state is direc ted to identify and exclude the creamy
layer from amongst the backward classe so that the benefit of reservation goes to
most deserving amongst them. A particular state "X" identified that there was no
creamy layer in that state. A citizen wants to file a public interest litigation against
that State. Advise.

16. Refugees from Srilanka came to India in lakhs and want to settle. Theyfiled a writ
in the supreme court of India that they have a right to settle in India - Decide·

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. I Sem. Regular 3 YDC & 5 YDC Examination
December - 2007
Law
Paper - III .
Law of Torts and Consumer Protection

Time: ;3 hours] [Marks: 80

PART-A (5x6= 30 marks)


any Five of the following in not more thafl 80 words.

1. . Damnum Sine Injuria

2. Wrongful Intent

I 3. Acquiescence

4. False Imprisoruneflt .

5. Public Nuisance

6. Injurious

7. Nervous shock ·

8. Product

PART-B (2x 15=3 0 marks)


Answer any Two of the following.

9. E{(amine the liability of joint tort

10. When is negligence recognized as an independent tort? Explain with .


case law.

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11. What are the various types of extrajudicial remedies avail able in an action
for tort

12 . What are the trends in modern law in protecting the consumer?

PART-C (2xlO=20 marks)


Answer any Two' of the following.

1.3 A person P te!ls R, by way of joke that R's husband has met with an
.' . accident and he is in the hospital. R gets shocked and fell down. Can R
sue P for th e shock ca used to her ?

14. Whil e go ing in a bus Ram threw a li ghted ci gar on a hay cart which was
burnt into ashes. What wrong, if any, committed by Ram? Is he liable
for damages ?

. 15. X, a cartoonist drew caricature resembling politicians and showed that


the said politician was involved in a liquor scam. What wrong if ariy
committed by X ? What is his liability?

16. Dr. G, working for a hospital rendering free medical services, treated the
plaintiff for malaria. Due to wrong diagnosis the plaintiff had to undergo
prolonged treatment and Pll:t , t6 great sufferance. Plaintiff for
damages. Discuss ·the chances ·, of his success under the Consumer
:. . Protection Act, 1,9S6.

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LL.B. (3 YDC) & (5YDC) I - Semester Examination, April/May 2008

Subject: LAW

Paper- 103
Law of Torts and Consumer Protection

Time : 3 Hours}
{Max. Marks : 80
PART - A (5x6=30 Marks)

Answer any five pf the following in not mor:e than 80 words .


. ' . . . . . . , , '

1. Wrongful Act
2. Injuria Sine Damnum
3. Torts affecting family relations
4. Priva te Nuisa nce
5 Join t Liab ility
6. Waiver
7. Conspiracy
8. Liability of service providers

PART - B (2x15=30 Marks)

Answer any two of the following :

9. Define Tort. Distinguish between Tort, Crime and Breach of Contract.

10. What is meant by Vicarious Liability? Discuss the liability of the


. for the tort of his servant.

11. What is the impact of 'Remoteness of Damage' on an action for


negligence? Explain with case law.

12. Critically examine the refiefs available under the Consumer · Protection
Act, 1986.

PART - C (2x10=20 Marks)

Answer any two of the following :

13. V establishes a school in front of a school belonging to W. All the children


flock to the school of V . . Can W sue V for damage caused to him?

14. The defendant kept a number of bee-hives much to the annoyance of his
neighbors. One day he smoked the hives in order to remove honey
without warning the plaintiff, his neighbor, who was tackling his ·horse.
The horse became violent and injured the plaintiff. The 'plaintiff sued the
defendant for damages. Will he succeed?

15. A pedestrian was walking on a public road. A cricket ball comes over a
high fence and hits her. Can she sue for the injury caused to her?
'.
16. A abuses B, who takes out his pistol, and says to A, "the next time you
use.' such language, I will kill you". Is B guilty of assault?
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LL.B. (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester (Regular) Examination,
December, 2008
Subject: LAW

Paper: III
LAW OF TORTS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION
Time : 3 Hours ] [ Max. Marks 80
PART-A (5x6=30 Marks)

Note: Answer any five of the following:

l. A c:s" u i t

2. Volenti non fit injuria

3. Malicious Prosecution

4. Innuendo

5. Conversion

6. Extra Judicial Remedies

7. Res ipsa loquitur

8. Product liability

PART-B (2x15=30 Marks)

Note: Answer any two of the following:

9. Define tort and explain the essential elements of tort.

10. Explain the rule in Rylands Vs. Fletcher. What are the exceptions to the above rule?

11. What are the essential ingredients of defamation?

12. Discuss the law relating to deficiency in services under Consumer Protection Act.
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PART-C (2xl0=20 Marks)

Note: Answer any two of the following:


13. ' A' a revenue officer forcibly took 'B' for non-payment of arrearti uf icmd revellue dlld
detained him. Can 'B' sue' A' 7

14. 'A' a passenger preferred to [Tav el in a tax i knowin g tha t the taxi driver was intoxicated.
An accident took place and' X was injured. Ca n ' X sue the driver?

15. JA' a student of LL.B. is seriously preparing for his semester examinations. 'B' a neighbour
always keeps his audio player in high volume causing disturbance to A'. What is the
J

remedy available to A' as against 'B' ?


J

16. Radha, while shopping in supermarket owned by Rohit slipped on raw vegetables on
the floor and fell down and sustained injuries. Whether Rohit is liable or not. Discuss.

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination, April/May, 2009
Subj ect : LAW
Pap er III - Law of Torts and Consumer Protection
Time 3 Hours ] Max. Marks : 80

PART-A (5x6=30Marks)

Answer any five of the following :


1. Damnum sine injuria !
I

2. Ac t of state

3. Ubi Jusibi remedium

4. Exemplary damages

5. Inevitable accident

6. Absolute liability

7. Consumer of goods

8. District forum

PART-B (2x15=30 Marks)

Answer any two of the following:


9. Discuss the scope of vicarious liability of state for torts of its servants.

10. Explain the defence of volenti non fit injuria with the help of decided cases.

11. Distinguish between slander and libel. How far this distinction is relevant in Indian
Law.

12. Explain essential elements of negligence as a specific tort.


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PART-C (2xl0=20 Marks)

Answer any two of the f ollowing:


13. 'X' sun k a well in his own land an d pumped large quanti ties of ""va ter, whic h \-vould
otherw ise have gone to .'Y' s sh·eam, thereby causing damage to 'Y'. Is 'X' liable?

14. 'X' was severely injured in an accident due to the negligence of 'Z'. 'Y', the wife of 'X',
who saw her husband in hospital in a serious condition, had suffered nervous shock.
Will she succeed in her action for nervous shock? Decide.

15. The fa ther gave a load ed gun to his son aged 15 yea rs an d allowed the gun to re main
'.-vi th th e boy The boy accid enta ll y wounded the neighbour. Is th e boy liab le? Disc uss.

16. 'X' was admitted in a government hospital for treatment. Due to the negligence of
doctor and staff of government hospital he became paralytic. He wants to file a case
against government, Advise him.

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FACULTY OF LAW
L.L.B. (3 YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination,
December 2009 / January 2010
Subject : LAW
Paper IV Law of :rorts including Motor Vehicle Accidents and
Consumer Protections Laws

Time 3 Hours ] [ Max. Marks : 80

PART-A - (5x6=30)

Answer an y fiv e of the foll owing:

l. Damnum sine injuria.

2. Joint tort feasors .

3. Waiver and Acquiescence.

4. False imprisonment.

5. Conspiracy.

6. Private Nuisance.

7. Negligent Mis - statement.

8. Product liability.

PART-B (2x15=30)

Answer any two of the following :

9. Explain the principle of strict liability with the help of decided cases.

10. Discuss 'Volenti non fit injuria' as a general defence.

·IL · . What are the essential elements of tort of defamation?

12. Enumerate the salient features of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.

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PART-C (2xlO=20)

Answer any two of the following:

13. ' X' a lorry driver, otherwise hale and healthy, suddenly died due to heart attack while
dri ving the vehicle. As a result p assengers met with injuries. Decid e th e li ability of the
owner of the Vehicle .

14. An old building; which was of 80 years old, belonging to Municipal Corporation, located
in the heart of the city, collapsed causing the death of number of persons. Is the
corporation liable to pay Decide.

15. 'X' filed a false complaint to the police imputing an offence of theft against 'Yo As a
result 'Y was prosecuted but acquitted. 'Y wants to file a case against. 'X' - can he
do so?

16. 1\1r. Ravi purchased a p ersonal computer for his office w ork. It ,vas kep t in his roo m,
still office members were using it now and then. As it was found defective, Mr. Ravi
desires to file a case against the manufacturer. Advise him.

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. (3 Y.D.C.) I Year (I - Semester) Examination, May/June 2010
LAW
Law of Torts Including Motor Vehicle Accidents and COnSUI11er
Protections Laws (Paper - IV)

Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 80

PART-A

An swer any fi ve of the fol1mving : (5x 6=30 IVla r k s)

1. Contributory negligence

2. Joint tort feasors

3. Nervous shock

4. Unhquidated damages

5. Consumerism

6. Soyereign immunity

7. Nuisance

8. Liability without fault.

PART - B

Answer any two of the following: (2x15=30 Marks)

9. Explain"the maxim injuria sine damnum and damnum sine injuria.

10. Discuss'Act of God' and 'Inevitable Accident' as general defences in tortions actions.

11. Discuss the essentials of tort of defamation.

12. Explain the concept of product liability with the help of decided cases.

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PART - C

Answer any two of the following: (2?<10=20 Marks)

l3. Mr. Ramu was admitted to Hospital, the doctor without administering anaesthesia
attended the fracture. Mr. Ramu went into Nervous shock, later died. Whether
Doctor is liable or not? Discuss.

14. Mrs. Bharathi, purchased a latest sevving machine for her personal use. Later
found it defective. Whether she has a remedy under Consumer Protection Act?
Discuss.

15 . 'X ' lodged : 1 t"J lsc complaint wiLh the po li ce again st ' Y ' . Y \\'as prosecuted an d
acquitted by the crimjnal court. Y wants to fil e a case aga inst X for damages.
Advise him.

16. X removed the chair when Y was about to sit in the chair. As a result Y fell down.
What is the wrong committed by 'X' ? Is 'X' liable for it ? Decide?

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. I Sem. Regular 3 YDC & 5 YDC Examination
December - ' 2007 '
Subject: Law
Paper- V ,
Environmental Law Including Laws for Protection of
wild life and other living creatures including animal welfare.

Time: 3 hours] [Marks :80

PART-A (5x6=30 marks)


Answer any Five of the following in not mQre than 80 words.

1. ' Ecosystems '


2. Global warming

3. Environmental degradation
4. Strict liability

5. AirPoUuti6n
6. Right to development ,
7. Bonn Convention, 1992
8. Earth Summit.
,'' Pi\.Rt:'iJ' !'

Answer any Two of the following.

9. What are the different prqvisions of the constitution :concerning ,the ,


Pfote9tionqf ?
10. and environmental conflicts associated with

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11. Explain the law relating to preservation, conservation and protection of


o
forests .

12. Examine th e . contribution of UNEP III th e protection of Global


environment.

PART-C (2xl0=20 marks)


Answer' any Two of the following.

13. An industry has been polluting the nearby water wells by discharging its
effluents . A local NGO filed PIL against it to stop discharge of
efflu ents - d isc uss the lega l ground s,

14. A state High Court has ordered a polluting tannery unit to close down its
ope.ratipn. As .a result many workmen were jobless. They
appealed to Supreme Court- decide.

15 . A ,mega power plant project is planned by the government in order.to


gepera,te power to meet the needs. In order to make available
for construction the government ordered to evict the lands of the people.
However, the project is opposed by large number local people. But the
government evicted them forcibly and it has also refused to pay the
... pOinpensation. ' The evicted people sought ' for stay of

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16. As a part of Tourism development the Ministry of Tourism and Ministry


, of Environment & Forests has made a proposa1 to construct a five star
hotel'lri the forest' area and granted permission to a private company, In
order to facilitate the construction 'of the hotel, they erected bunds to
change..the of a river and also extended their construction into a
part of the reserve forest. This was criticized by environmentalists and
against the proposaL Decide:',

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FACULTV OF LAW

LL.B. (3 YDC) & (5YDC) 1- Semester Examination, April I May 2008

Subject: LAW

Paper-105
Environmental Law Including Laws for Protection of Wild Life and Other
Living Creatures Including Welfare

3 Hours} {Max. Marks: 80


PART -A (5)<6=30 Marks)

Note: Answer any FIVE of the following in not more than 80 words each.
1. Ecology
2. Absolute liab il ity
3. NOise pollution
4. 'Polluter pays'.
5. Forest Conservation
6. Transnational Pollution
7. State LIability
8. Johannesburg Convention, 2002.

PART-B

Answer any TWO of the following (2 x 15=30 marks)

9. Define · 'Envlr·onment'. and explain the · importance of the


protection of Environment.
10. Examine the relevant provisions of . J.P.C, Cr.P.C, c.p.e for
abetment of public nuisance in pollution cases.
11. Analyze the environmental and developmental concerns relating
to Industrialization.
12. Evaluate the contribution of public interest litigation to the
growth of Environmental jurisprudence in India.

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PART-C

Answer any TWO of the following (2 x 10=20 marks)

13. The govern.ment has closed down several. limestone quarries for
non-compliance of environmental regulations. The workers who
have fost their jobs filed a · writ petitior. ·on th:e closure of the
quarries as it violates their right to 'fivelihood under Art 21 of the
Indian constitution. Decide

14. In order to reduce air pollution, nois e pollu t ion and tra ffic
congestion, the Government and the Association . of Private
schools Issued a circ.ular prohibiting the parents and students
from using their own transport and making it mandatory for all
students to use buses that are operated by those schools.
Discuss the legality of the circular.

15. State Government has given permfsslon ' for construction of a


power plant In a huge public park: Public resisted and moved
the court for cancellation of the permit. Will they succeed?
Decide.

16. A chemical factory In a houslng .locality is polluting the


environment by smoke emission and effluents. It has affeCted
t!:lehealth of the · people residing In its vicinity. The peO'ple
intend to stop this nuisance. Examine th.e judicial remedies
available to tbem.

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LL.B. (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester (Regular) Examination,
December, 2008
Subject: LAW

Pa per : V
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW INCLUDING LAWS FOR PROTECTION OF WILD
LIFE AND OTHER LIVING CREATURES INCLUDING ANIMAL
WELFARE
Time : 3 Hours 1 [ Max. Marks : 80
PART - A (5 x 6 = 30 Marks)

N ot e: i \ l1 swer any f ive of ti, e fo llowillg :

1. Green House Gases

2. RIO Summit

3. Define Pollution

4. Bio-medical Waste
I
5. Noise Pollution

6. UNEP

7. Bio-diversity

8. Reserved Forests

PART-B (2x15=30 Marks)

Note: Answer any two of the following :

9. Discuss the provisions of Water (prevention and control of pollu,tion) Act 1974.

10. Write an essay on the Bhopal leak case,

11. What are the significant features of the National Environment Tribunals Act 1995 ?

12. Is the right to a wholesome environment guaranteed to the people in India?

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PART-C (2 x l0=20 Marks)

Note: Answer any two of the following:

13. State Govern ment X has granted a license to Zedda mining company for mining bauxite
in th e forest area. The origina l license was gran ted in 1975 for a period of 30 years. The
company has applied for renewa l of the license and the same was granted by the sta te
government in 2004. Is the state government competent? Is the license valid?

14. Ashok has been running a small restaurant by the side of a busy road for the past 12
years. He has a license. The municipal corporation proposes to construct public toilets
in the land just adjoining Ashok's restaurant. Can he raise any objection?

15. A.K. Nanda, a public spirited citizen based in Hyderabad, ha s filed a PIL in the High
Court of Andhra Pradesh conc rnin g hi g h leve ls of \,phir lllar p o lhlti on. The high co urt
ordered the governmen t to ge t all th e bu ses, cars and a utos converted to e NG mode.
The government objects on the gro und that the court is interfering with the freedom of
vehicle owners and that the courts are not competent to order the use of any particular
fuel like CNG. This would also impose a heavy burden on vehicle owners. Do you
think the court is right?

16. Shetty's laboratory undertakes research in medical field. They test the effects of the
drugs they have invented by using them first on animals. They conduct many
experiments on animals. Blue Moon society, an organization working for animal rights
alleges that these experiments amount to cruelty to animals and demands that these
experiments be immediately stopped and all the animals released. Are they justified in
their demand ?

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FACULTY OF LAW
I
LL.B (3YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination, April/May, 2009
Subject: LAW
.Paper : V - Environmental Law Including Law fOf, Protection of Wild Life and
other Living Creahues Including Animal Welfare.
Time : 3 Hours 1 [ Max. Marks : 80

PART - A (5x6=30 Marks)

Answer any five of the following :

l. Clima te change

2. Stockholm Conference

3. Sustainable Development

4. Nuisance

5. Sources of Water Pollution

6. Environment Courts

7. Wetlands

8. Environmental Education

PART- B (2x15=30 Marks)

Answer any two of the following :

9.
I
What are the salient features of the Environment (Protection) Act-1986 ?

10. Discuss the Indian law relating to protection of wildlife.

11. Write an essay on "Sustainable

12. Comment on the role of Supreme Court in the protection of environment.


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PART - C (2xl0=20 Marks)

A nswer any tw o of the foll owing:

13. Vima npuri is a prim e res id enti al loca lity. Wi th th e pernli ss ion of the muni cip a l
corporation, people built houses there and se ttled d own . However, adjace nt to the
Vimanpuri Colony, there is a municipal dumpyard where all the solid waste collected
from the town is disposed off. The residents of the colony now allege that the stench
emitted from the dumpyard pollutes the air and the seepage of solid wastes into the
ground pollutes the ground water and hence the dumpyard should be shifted from
there. The municipality claims that the dumpyard has been in existence for the past
several yea rs, even before the h ou ses " 'ere constructeel , it is now very diffi cult to shift
the sa m e as the 111un icip a li ly d oes no t hav e clll: mo ney for the SC1 ITl e . Di scll ss

14. Government proposes to construct a dam across the river Bhadra, which would supply
drinking water to three districts and would also irrigate two lakh hectares of land.
Mamata, an NCO opposes the darn on the ground that it would displace fifty thousand
people and would also submerge thousands of hectares of forest land. Discuss.

15. Chelkapuram is an industrial area . There occurred a blast in a fertiliser factory due to
increased pressure in a storage tank. This resulted in the death of seven persons, health
injury to two hundred persons and loss of property. Advise the affected people and
the kin of the deceased on (i) whether they get any compensation and (ii) if so, under
what law and procedure.

16. The workers in a Television factory allege that they are exposed everyday to high levels
of radiation and are likely tq contact diseases like cancer. They want the management
to insure their lives and health and pay compensation to those who have already
contacted cancer. Discuss the liability of the management and rights of workers.

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FACULTY OF LAW
L.L.B. (3 YDC) I-Year I-Semester Examination,
December 2009 / January 2010
Subjec t : LAW
Paper V Environmental Law

Time 3 Hours ] [ Max. Marks : 80

PART-A (5x6=30)
Answer any five of the foll owing.
1. G lobed Wcl fl1li J l(!,

2. Sources of air pollution

3. Marine pollution

4. Pollution Control Boards

5. Right to dean environment

6. UNEP

7. Polluter Pays Principle

8. Protected forests

PART-B (2x15=30)
Answer any two of the following :

9. Write an essay on International Environmental Regime.

10. What are the salient features of the Environment Protection Act, 1986 ?

11. Write a note on the "Jurisdiction, powers and functions" of the National Environment
Tribunal.

12. What are the common law remedies for environmental pollution?

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PART-C (2x10=20)
Answer any two of the following:

13. In th e mas ter plan of the Municipal Corpora tion of H ydera bad, a certain piece of land
.is earmarked for a public park. Since the land is ca pable of fetchin g goo d r ate, the
decid es to se ll it to a lVlu ltin ationa l Co m pany. The resid en ts in th e ne igh bourh ood
of the land are opposing it and want to challenge it before the court. Discuss.

14. Several chemical factories are discharging their untreated effluents into a nearby river
thereby dangerously polluting the waters. The State Government has ordered them to
immediately set up effluent treatment plants or to immediately close down. The factories
contend that setting up effluent treatment plants would cause them a lot of financial
hardship and the alternative order to close down the factory would violate their right
to freedom of trade and occupation. Discuss .

15. The resid en ts of Sha nti Nagar colony \\'ant the mun icip al co rpora tio n to shift the
municipal garbage dump yard odjoining the colony, to a far off place as the same is
causing lot of air and land pollution, The municipal corporation claims that the dump
yard existed there even before the colony was set up and that the residents have built
their houses there knowing that there is a dump yard, and express their inability to
shift the same. What is the remedy available to the residents? Discuss.

16. In a Mosque, prayers are offered everyone hour through loudspeakers which are indeed
very loud . During festivals, music is played through loudspeakers continuously for
one week arid everyday almost up to 11 pm. When the residents of the neighbourhood
complained, the answer is that offering prayers is part of their freedom of religion.
Decide.

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FACULTY OF LAW
LL.B. (3 Y.D.C.) I Year (I Semester) Examination, May/June 2010
LAW
P a p er - V : Environmental Law

Time: 3 Hours] [Max. Marks: 80

PART - A L -

Answer any five of the following : (5x6=30 Marks)

1. Environm entai ci egrad ation .

2. Remedies against smoke and noise.

3. Define hunting.

4. Endangered species.

5 . Right to wholesome environment.

6. National Environment Tribunal.

7. Central Polluti"on Control Board.

8. Earth summit.

PART - B

Answer any two of the following : (2x15=30 Marks)

9. "Protection of environment is a fundamental duty" - Explain.

10. Discuss the mechanism provided to control pollution under Air Act and
Water Act.

11. Write an essay on stocknonn conference on human environment.

12. What acts of individuals are prohibited in reserved forests?

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PART - C

An swer any two of the followi ng : (2xl O=20 1a r ks)

13 . A public sector cOlnpany engaged in the manufacture of chemical fertilizers requires


huge quantity of ammonia, a raw material. The company imports ammonia in
special refrigerated ships and stores in a storage tank located in a thickly populated
area. A public interest litigation is filed by the people apprehending a catastrophe
cau si ng danger to the life of people T he co mp any contends it has ta ken al1 possible
Jneasures to Clvo id acc ident - Dec ide .

14. K.L.M. ore company indulged in large scale destruction of peacehills, an


ecologically sensitive area. The lnixing activity altered very shape of the hills.
Mr. X a public spirited person wants to file a case to cancel the mining licence to
the company - Advice.

15. A cement factory was given lease to dredge sand from the Gulf of canberra for ::
cemeut production. Large quantitie s of corals were also dredged out and are
being systematically exploited. An NGO decided to initiate legal action against
the grant of licence - advice.

16. Titanic petroleum LiInited (TPL) was laying a pipeline through a part of sanctuary
and national park for supplying crude oil from offshore to its refinery. The chief
wild life warden issued permission subject to condition that TPL contribute certain
sum of money for improvement and better management of wild anilnals. Whether
the action of the warden is inaccordance with law. Decide.

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