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Legal Language and Legal Writing - December 2009 - January 2010

Question Type Question  
Short Voidable Contract
Short FIR
Short Execution.
Short Arrest.
Short Suspension of Sentence
Short Economic offences
Short General Power of Attorney
Short Plaint
Long Explain different stages of a civil suit.
Long Define cognizable offence. Distinguish between cognizable and non-cognizable offence.
Long What is jurisdiction? Discuss the different kinds of jurisdiction of civil courts.
Long What is punishment? Discuss the different forms of punishment provided under Criminal law.
Problem Identify five legal terms from the passage given below and explain their meanings: Tort belongs to the category of civil wrongs. Tort is different from crime. In case of tort, the plaintiff institutes civil proceedings against the defendant. In such a case, the main remedy is damages.
Problem Define sale. Draft a model sale deed.
Problem Distinguish between substantive and Procedural law.
Problem Write a note on the art of using Digests.
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