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Legal Language and Legal Writing - April/May 2008

Question Type Question  
Short Judicial Precedent
Short Compensation
Short Hierarchy of Courts
Short Mens rea
Short Power of Attorney
Short Attachment
Short Procedural Laws
Short Anticipatory bail
Long Explain the essentials of Pleadings in Civil cases.
Long What is a Plaint? What are the essential particulars of a Plaint ?
Long Define Offence. Distinguish between cognizable and non-cognizable offences.
Long Explain the following (i) Arrest and Preventive Detention (ii) Cause of action (ii)) Compensation
Problem Identify five legal terms from the passage given below, and explain their meanings. Damages is the remedy both in an action for the breach of contract as well as in an action for tort. In a breach of contract, the damages may be liquidated, whereas in an action for tort they are always unliquidated.
Problem Discuss briefly the jurisdiction of Civil Courts.
Problem How do you find decided cases on a legal topic? Explain by taking the topic "Agreement with minors".
Problem Define an Affidavit. Draft an Affidavit to depose regarding the loss of original certificates by you.
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