AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) Legal-Aptitude: Questions 108 - 110 of 254

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Question 108

Appeared in Year: 2013

Question

MCQ▾

LEGAL PRINCIPLE: If a person brings anything dangerous on his land which may prove harmful if escapes, then that person must keep it at his peril. If a man fails to do so then he must be made responsible to all natural consequences of its act.

FACTUAL SITUATION: A grows poisonous trees on his own land and lets the projection of the branches of his trees on the B՚s land. B՚s cattle die because of nibbling the poisonous leaves.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

A is not liable to B because he is not acting negligently

b.

A is not liable to B because B must have taken due care to control his cattle

c.

A is not liable to B because trees are still on A՚s land and there is no escape of dangerous thing

d.

A is liable to B because projection of branches with poisonous leaves amounts to escape

Question 109

Appeared in Year: 2015

Question

MCQ▾

Supreme Court struck down which section of the IT Act 2000 in Shreya Singhal vs UOI as unconstitutional?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

66

b.

66C

c.

66A

d.

66B

Question 110

Appeared in Year: 2015

Question

MCQ▾

LEGAL PRINCIPLES:

To constitute a punishable criminal offence, guilty intention must accompany an illegal act.

Criminal mischief means causing damage to public property intentionally or with the knowledge that harm may occur.

FACTUAL SITUATION: Neel being a Shahrukh Khan fan went for the premier of the movie, Happy New Year. As usual, he carried his pen-knife, a gift from his dead mother. At the security check, impatient of waiting in the queue, Neel slunk past the guards and the metal detector when no one was watching. Later, he was apprehended in the hall and charged for mischief and possession of a weapon when it was expressly forbidden.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Neel is not criminally liable since he had no intention to commit mischief.

b.

Neel is not liable since the pen knife had an emotional value and rather the guards should be punished for the security breach.

c.

Liable for possession of the weapon since it was expressly forbidden and mere possession was enough; although he might not be liable for mischief as he did not do anything.

d.

Liable for both possession of weapon and criminal mischief since he slunk past the guards which shows his intention to commit the crime.

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