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Question number: 87

» Criminal Law

Appeared in Year: 2015

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Question

LEGAL PRINCIPLES:

The crime of kidnapping involves taking someone away from the custody of their lawful guardian.

The crime of abduction involves inducing or forcing somebody to go away from some place against their will.

FACTUAL SITUATION: A steals B’s slave. Is it a crime?

DECISION:

l. Kidnapping ll. Abduction Ill. Neither

REASON:

  1. Slavery is illegal.

  2. A has taken him away from B’s lawful custody.

  3. A has forced somebody to go with him against his will.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

I (2)

b.

II (3)

c.

III (1)

d.

I (1)

Question number: 88

» Law: Nature and Classification

Appeared in Year: 2015

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Question

Which of the following committees was constituted to review environmental law in the country?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Ullas Karanth Committee

b.

Kasturi Ranjan Committee

c.

Subramanian Committee

d.

Madhav Nair Committee

Question number: 89

» Tort

Appeared in Year: 2013

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Question

LEGAL PRINCIPLES: 1) Joint tort-feasters means joint wrong doers. People can be joint tort-feasors in case of common action, in fact or in law. 2) Joint tort-feasers are jointly and severally liable.

FACTUAL SITUATION: Two dogs belonging to two different owner acting in concert attacked a flock of sheep and injured several sheeps. In an action for damages brought against the owners of the dogs, if one of them puts a defense claiming that he was liable for one half only of the damage, then which one of the following statements is legally sustainable in the above case?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Neither of the owners is liable for damages done by his dog

b.

Each owner was responsible for one half of the damage

c.

The owners themselves are not joint tort-feasers

d.

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