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Question number: 918

» Law: Nature and Classification

Appeared in Year: 2016

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Who was the Constitutional Advisor to the Constituent Assembly in framing the Indian Constitution?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Sir B N Rau

b.

Dr B R Ambedkar

c.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

d.

Dr. Rajendra Prasad

Question number: 919

» Law: Nature and Classification

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PRINCIPLE: Letters or words not describing quality of things can be registered as a trade mark.

FACTS: Ram made an application for registration of alphabet ‘P’ written in a fancy style as trade mark to be applied on packets and cartons of shoes manufactured by him.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

The alphabet ‘P’ can be registered as trade mark because it describes the quality of things.

b.

The alphabet ‘P’ cannot be registered as trade mark because it belongs to humanity

c.

The alphabet ‘P’ cannot be registered as trade mark because it is an English letter.

d.

The alphabet ‘P’ can be registered as trade mark.

Question number: 920

» Treaties and Conventions

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Question

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is a convention of the year

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1987

b.

1998

c.

1992

d.

1981

Question number: 921

» Treaties and Conventions

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Question

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights is located in

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Amsterdam

b.

Costa Rica

c.

Ottawa

d.

New Jersey

Question number: 922

» Tort

Appeared in Year: 2016

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Question

PRINCIPLE: False imprisonment is a tort (wrong) which means the total restraint of a person’s liberty without lawful justification.

FACTS: A part of a public road had been closed for spectators of a boat race. ‘P’ wanted to enter but he was prevented by ‘Q’ and other policemen because he had not paid the admission fee. ‘P’ was able to enter the enclosure by other means but was unable to go where he wanted to go. The policemen refused access to where he wanted to go but allowed him to remain where he was or to go back. ‘P’ remained within the enclosure and refused to leave. Subsequently, ‘P’ sued ‘Q’ for false imprisonment.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

‘Q’ could not be made liable for false imprisonment as he has not touched him.

b.

‘Q’ could not be made liable for false imprisonment, as he did not totally restrict P’s movements.

c.

It was a case of false imprisonment, but ‘Q’ could not be made liable for it.

d.

‘Q’ could be made liable for false imprisonment, as he did restrict P’s movements.

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