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Jurisprudence - July/August 2007

Question Type Question  
Long Explain the concept and importance of sovereignty in Austinian Theory of Law.
Long "The law is matter of unconscious and organic growth. Therefore the law is found and not made." Discuss the main features of Historical School.
Long Explain the difference between "Ratio Decidendi" and "Obiter dictum" with illustrative cases.
Long Examine the characteristics of a Valid Custom.
Long Define the concept of legal person and explain the legal status of animals, unborn children and deceased human beings.
Long Define legal right and discuss the essentials of legal right.
Long What do you mean by liability and discuss the various exemptions from liability?
Long What is the criteria for deciding penal liability? Whether intention and motive are essential elements?
Long "Ownership consists of bundle of rights." Elucidate.
Long Discuss the concept of Possession. How do you distinguish it from Ownership?
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