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Jurisprudence - April/May 2009 Backlog (Old)

Question Type Question  
Long What is meant by Jurisprudence ? Differentiate between general and particular jurisprudence.
Long Evaluate the contribution of Austin to Analytical School of Jurisprudence.
Long Examine the characteristics of legislation. Discuss the relative importance of legislation and precedent as a source of law.
Long It has been asserted by some that custom is the only source of law. Explain the requisites of a valid custom.
Long Analyse the concepts of "Right" and "Duty". Comment whether they are always correlative?
Long Define and analyze the concept of legal personality.
Long Critically examine the theories explaining nature of negligence.
Long Explain the doctrine of strict liability and its growing importance in modern jurisprudence.
Long Examine the difference between possession and ownership.
Long Define and distinguish between civil justice and criminal justice. State the purposes of criminal justice.
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