FREE LNAT (Legal Aptitude II) Questions and Answers

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Shah Bano Begum and Others v. Mohd. Ahmed Khan and Others involves:

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Shah Bano Begum vs. Mohd. Ahmed Khan & Associates is a significant ruling on Muslim women's entitlement to support following divorce.

The following are the key elements of crime:

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The Latin phrase "guilty act" (also known as the "external element" or "objective element of a crime"), when proven beyond a reasonable doubt in conjunction with the "guilty mentality" (mens rea), results in criminal culpability.

The annual formation of the Public Accounts Committee is limited to ________ members.

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The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is a committee of selected members of Parliament, constituted by the Parliament of India, for the auditing of the expenditure of the Government of India. The PAC is formed every year with a strength of not more than 22 members of which 15 are from Lok Sabha and 7 from Rajya Sabha. The term of office of the members is one year. The Chairman is appointed by the Speaker of Lok Sabha.

Which one of the following can be used as a defense against absolute liability?

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A tortuous liability is absolute responsibility. Without any evidence of carelessness, a person may nevertheless be held to absolute culpability. There are no defenses accessible to the plaintiff under absolute liability.

Which of the following writs can be used to compel an official to carry out a legal or official duty?

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A mandate (Latin: "We command") is a writ or an order that is issued by a court with superior jurisdiction and directs a lower court, a corporation, a municipal corporation, or an individual to carry out or refrain from carrying out a specific act that is required by law to be carried out or omitted from being carried out.

Which amendment added the idea of an anti-defection statute to the Indian Constitution?

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Anti-defection legislation was added to the Constitution's ninth schedule by the 52nd Amendment of 1985.

Which of the following writs can be used against someone who is allegedly holding a public office without the proper qualifications?

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Quo warranto, which means "by what warrant?" in Latin, is a prerogative writ that demands the recipient prove their legitimacy before using any rights or powers they claim to possess.

You can go to a: if you are purchasing rations from a store and the storekeeper weighs less than the allowed amount.

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The court with a specific focus on consumer complaints and disputes is called Consumer Court. Its primary purpose is to protect consumer rights and uphold businesses' obligation to treat customers fairly. If customers feel that a seller has harassed or taken advantage of them, they can register a complaint.

Which of the following instances involves supporting or recognizing minority institutions?

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In the matter of TMA Pai Foundation v. State of Karnataka, recognition or financial support for organisations serving minorities is at issue.

Which of the following Indian High Courts is the oldest?

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Letters Patent dated May 14, 1862, issued according to the High Court's Act of 1861, which specified that the jurisdiction and powers of the High Court were to be defined by Letters Patent, established the High Court at Calcutta, formerly known as the High Court of Judicature at Fort William. On July 1st, 1862, the High Court of Judicature in Fort William was formally established, with Sir Barnes Peacock serving as its inaugural Chief Justice.

What term describes a crime that is less serious than a felony and is usually punishable by fines or imprisonment for a short duration?

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Misdemeanor is a category of crime that is less severe than a felony and typically results in less severe punishments.

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