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1. Which of the following obligations do not necessarily arise from an agreement?
(a) Torts
(b) Quasi-contract
(c) Court Judgments
(d) All of these

2. The doctrine of privity of contract means
(a) A contract without consideration
(b) An unlawful agreement
(c) A stranger to a contract can sue
(d) A stranger to a contract cannot sue

3. The latest theory of the contract is
(a) Will theory
(b) Theory of enforceability
(c) Purpose theory
(d) Fides ficta

4. Indian Contract Act contains __________ section.
(a) 145
(b) 266
(c) 482
(d) 238

5. An offer is
(a) Only a declaration of intention
(b) Only a proposal
(c) An invitation
(d) A willingness to do or abstain from doing something with a view to obtaining assent of the addressee

6. The starting point of an agreement is
(a) Offer
(b) Invitation to offer
(c) Advertisement
(d) Acceptance

7. A bid at auction sale is
(a) An implied offer to buy
(b) An expressed offer to buy
(c) An invitation to offer to buy
(d) An invitation to come to bid

8. Consider the following statements
The case of Mohori Bibee v Dharmodas Ghose
I. is the decision of the Supreme Court of India regarding minor’s contract
II. has laid down that in India a minor’s contract is void
III. has laid down that a minor’s contract becomes valid when he attains majority Which of the above statement(s) is/are correct?
(a) I and III
(b) III alone
(c) I and II
(d) II alone

9. Every contract is an agreement but every agreement is not contract. This statement is
(a) Partially correct
(b) Correct subject to certain exception
(c) Correct
(d) Wrong

10. A voidable contract is one which is
(a) Not enforceable by either of the parties thereto
(b) Enforceable by either of the parties thereto
(c) Enforceable only with the permission of the Court of Law
(d) Enforceable at the option of one of the parties thereto

11. Tort is a
(a) Civil wrong
(b) Criminal wrong
(c) Civil as well as criminal wrong
(d) None of these

12. Tort is, violation of
(a) Right in rem
(b) Right in personam
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

13. What kind of contact must be proved as an element of the tort of battery?
(a) Violent contact
(b) Contact causing some injury, however slight
(c) Any contact without the plaintiff’s consent
(d) Harmful or offensive contact

14. Law of tort has developed mainly through
(a) Enactments
(b) Customs & precedents
(c) Judicial decisions
(d) All of these

15. Which of the following tort is an exception to the rule of irrelevance of motive in the law of torts?
(a) Malicious prosecution
(b) Nuisance
(c) Conspiracy
(d) All of these

16. Damnum implies
(a) Dictatorship
(b) Decision of House of Lords
(c) Damages
(d) Double bench opinion

17. In the case of a civil wrong, the injured party is called
(a) Defendant
(b) Opponent
(c) Accused
(d) Plaintiff

18. ‘Novus actus interveniens’ is related to
(a) Remoteness of consequences
(b) Possible consequence
(c) Direct consequence
(d) None of these

19. According to Justinian ‘every action contrary to law’ is
(a) Liberty
(b) Power
(c) Damnum
(d) Injury

20. In the case of ‘Breach of Trust’, the damages are
(a) Limited
(b) Unlimited
(c) Liquidated
(d) Unliquidated

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