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Legal Language and Legal Writing - December 2008 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Plaintiff
Short Cognizable offence
Short Evidence
Short Bail
Short Affidavit
Short Substantive law
Short Power of Attorney
Short Juvenile Offender
Long Explain different stages of civil suit right from institution of suit to the execution of decree.
Long Discuss the hierarchy of courts in Indian Legal System.
Long What is Plaint? What are the the essentials of a plaint?
Long Discuss the various modes of searching of legal material.
Problem Identify five legal terms from the passage given below and explain their meanings. Tort is a civil wrong for which the remedy is a common law action for unliquidated damages. It is different from crime, breach of contract and breach of trust.
Problem Explain sale. Draft a model sale deed.
Problem Who can give first information to the police as to commission of an offence? Explain the importance of FIR.
Problem How can you utilize commentaries of renowned authors for a legal issue? Illustrate your answer by using famous commentaries on constitutional issues.
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