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Legal Language and Legal Writing - May/June 2010 Backlog (New) 5YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Procedural Laws
Short Magistrate
Short Plaint
Short Judgement
Short Oral Evidence
Short Interlocutory Application
Short Conviction
Short Power of Attorney
Long Explain the hierarchy of civil and criminal courts in India.
Long Distinguish between: a) Damage and Damages b) Arrest and preventive detention c) Cognizable and non-cognizable offences.
Long Explain the essentials and stages of a civil suit.
Long What is sale? Draft a sale deed for sale of a flat.
Problem Identify five legal terms from the following passage given below and explain their meanings: "Every contract is an agreement. The essentials of a contract are capacity of parties, free consent, offer and acceptance, consideration and legality of object etc. Now a days many contracts are entered into electronically under the Information Technology Act, 2000".
Problem Distinguish between judgement and decree. What are the contents of a Judgement?
Long What is a written statement? What are its contents? Draft a written statement in a money suit.
Long What is a decided case? Explain the method of analysing a decided case reported in a law journal.
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