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Legal Language and Legal Writing - December 2007

Question Type Question  
Short Decree
Short Solatium
Short Bail
Short FIR
Short Res judicata
Short Mortgage
Short Affidavit
Short Pleadings
Long Explain the salient features of Indian Constitution.
Long What are the essential characteristics of a sale?
Long Define offence. Distinguish between bailable and non-bailable offences.
Long Explain the following (i) Evidence (ii) Legal Notice (iii) Damages
Problem Identify five legal terms from the passage given below, and explain their meanings. Contract is an agreement. A promise, backed by consideration is an agreement without consideration an agreement is void Free consent of the parties is essential for a valid contract is If the consent of the parties is vitiated by coercion, undue influence, fraud, misrepresentation, such agreements are void. Depending on the situation a contract may become void ab initio or voidable, as per law.
Problem What is the purpose and object of affidavit and how it is drafted? Write an affidavit on behalf of a candidate that he lost his original LLB degree certificate while travelling in a train from Delhi to Hyderabad. Supply any further facts.
Problem Give a detailed account of important stages in proceedings of a civil suit
Problem How do you search for decided cases on a legal topic? Illustrate your answer by explaining the sources of case law on "divorce by mutual consent".
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