AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) Legal-Aptitude: Questions 157 - 159 of 254

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Question 157

Appeared in Year: 2019

Question

MCQ▾

What is the punishment under the Official Secrets Act, 1923 for the offence of spying in relation to any work of defense establishment in relation to any secret official code?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Imprisonment for life

b.

Sentence of Death

c.

Imprisonment for 14 years

d.

Imprisonment for 10 years

Question 158

Appeared in Year: 2019

Question

MCQ▾

Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019, seeks to grant Citizenship on the basis of ________ to the people from ________

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Birth; Bangladesh

b.

Religion; Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan

c.

Descent Bangladesh, Afghanistan

d.

Registration; Bangladesh, Pakistan

Question 159

Appeared in Year: 2019

Question

MCQ▾

Facts: A team of scientists imported a virus for the purpose of research. They carried out research on their premises into foot and mouth disease in cattle, and they were apparently responsible for the escape of some virus. As a result, there was an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the area, and the Minister of Agriculture ordered two markets to be closed. This caused the some of the traders, who were two firms of auctioneers, to suffer a loss of profits on a total of six market days, for which they sought to recover.

Decide whether the scientists owed a duty of care towards the traders?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Though the scientists are negligent in handling the virus but they are not liable as the leakage of virus was by accident.

b.

An ability to foresee indirect or economic loss to another person as the result of a defendants conduct automatically impose on the defendant a duty to take care to avoid that loss.

c.

It is not proved that there was negligence on the part of the scientists which resulted in an escape of the virus so they are not liable.

d.

The loss to the traders was pecuniary. They suffered no physical harm to themselves or to any of their property. An ability to foresee indirect or economic loss to another person as the result of a defendant՚s conduct did not automatically impose on the defendant a duty to take care to avoid that loss.

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