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Legal Language and Legal Writing - April/May 2009 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Written Statement
Short Decree
Short Attachment
Short Non Cognizable offence
Short Judicial Custody
Short Juvenile Offenders
Short First Information Report (F.LR.)
Short Search of decided cases
Long Explain the difference between substantive law and procedural law with illustrations.
Long Discuss the suits of civil nature. Illustrate your answer.
Long Discuss different types of offences under criminal laws.
Long Discuss the various forms of punishment provided under criminal laws.
Problem Identify five legal terms from the passage given below and explain their meanings. In order to constitute a crime, mens rea is a necessary element. However mistake of law is no excuse. An act is a crime because the parliament has laid it down under Indian penal code nothing is an offence if it is committed by a child below seven years, but death caused by rash and negligent act is an offence.
Problem Explain Affidavit. Give a model Affidavit.
Problem Define evidence. Explain the importance of evidence in both civil and criminal proceedings.
Problem Search of legal material is an art which should be developed by law student to become a good lawyer. Discuss the modem methods including E-learning for searching legal material.
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