CLAT Legal-Aptitude: Questions 190 - 192 of 1066
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Question number: 190
A huge thunderstorm that was entirely unexpected and beyond reasonable perception struck the house of A and his house was destroyed. He sued the contractor of his house for the same. The contractor can take the defense of:
Act of God
Volenti Non fit injuria
|c.||Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague|
|d.||None of the above|
Question number: 191
Which of the following is the meaning of the legal term malus usuo?
A bad custom
Question number: 192
Appeared in Year: 2013
PRINCIPLES: If a person transfers movable or immovable property with its full ownership and without any consideration to some other person, then it is called a gift. FACTS: S, who has no child of his own, makes a gift of his house worth Rs. 25 lacs to his nephew R. After completing all the legal formalities required for a valid gift, S says to R that in case of need R will provide that house to S for use without any questions. R does not react to it. After one year of this gift, S really needs that house and request R to make the house available to him, but R refuses to do so.
A. R cannot refuse as he got the house without paying any consideration for that.
R cannot refuse as he got the house without paying any consideration for that.
R can refuse as he has become full owner of the house.
R can refuse as he himself may be in need of that house.
R cannot refuse as S is without children.