AILET Legal-Aptitude: Questions 16 - 17 of 152
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Question number: 16
Appeared in Year: 2012
The Constitution of India is the result of considerable imitation and adaptation rather than originality because
Makers of Indian Constitution drew much from Swiss Constitution, German Constitution and Government of India Act of 1919
Makers of Indian Constitution drew from Constitution of South Africa, Constitution of Netherlands and Government of India Act of 1919
Makers of Indian Constitution drew much from the American Constitution, Canadian Constitution and British made Government of India Act, 1935
Makers of Indian Constitution drew much from Constitution of Singapore, Constitution of Sri Lanka and Government of India Act of 1919
Question number: 17
Appeared in Year: 2014
LEGAL PRINCIPLE: An agreement is void if the court regards it as opposed to the public policy.
FACTUAL SITUATION: Sunita, while her husband Shankar was alive, promised to marry Neel in the event of Shankar’s death. Subsequently, Shankar died, but Sunita refused to marry Neel. Neel sues Sunita for damages for breach of promise.
Sunita is liable as she is to bound to marry Neel.
She is liable to compensate Neel for breach of promise.
Neel can marry someone else.
She is not liable as the contract is opposed to public policy and so void.