Mar 19, 2020

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1. Who is known as father of Law of Evidence?
(a) Lord Macaulay
(b) Sir James F. Stephen
(c) Austin
(d) None of these

2. Law of Evidence is -
(a) lex loci
(b) lex fori
(c) lex situs
(d) none of these

3. Word ‘fact’ as used in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 includes:
(a) only psychological fact
(b) only Physical fact
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

4. A fact neither proved nor disproved is known as:
(a) Not proved
(b) Disapproved
(c) Proved
(d) None of these

5. Which of the following sections of the Indian Evidence Act deals with conclusive proof?
(a) Section 41
(b) Section 112
(c) Section 113
(d) All of these

6. Which of the following sections of the Indian Evidence Act deals with the relevancy of judgments of courts?
(a) Section 40-44
(b) Section 45-51
(c) Section 52-55
(d) Section 56-58

7. Which among the following systems is followed in India?
(a) Adversarial System
(b) Inquisitorial System
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

8. Documentary evidence may be____________
(a) Primary or secondary
(b) Attested or unattested
(c) Public or private
(d) All of these

9. Which among the following is exception of the principle “hearsay evidence is no evidence”?
(a) Res gestae
(b) Confession
(c) Admission
(d) None of these

10. The case Badri Rai vs Stateof Bihar is related with_________of the Indian Evidence Act
(a) Relevancy of Confession
(b) Relevancy of Conspiracy
(c) Relevancy of dying declaration
(d) Relevancy of Character

11. Section 23 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deals with:
(a) Relevance of admission in Civil Cases
(b) Relevance of Oral Admissions as to Contents of Documents
(c) Relevance of Oral Admissions as to Contents of electronic record
(d) None of these

12. The word “confession”-
(a) has been defined under section 23 of the Indian Evidence Act
(b) has been defined under section 24 of the Indian Evidence Act
(c) has been defined under section 25 of the Indian Evidence Act
(d) has not been defined under the Indian Evidence Act

13. Confession made to other person than police during police custody is not relevant unless it has been made immediately in presence of Magistrate. This provision has been made under________ of the Indian Evidence Act
(a) Section 25
(b) Section 26
(c) Section 27
(d) Section 28

14. In which of the following cases, it was held that Section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 is an exception to Sections-24, 25 and 26?
(a) Pakala Narain Swamy vs. King Emperor
(b) Inayatullah vs. State of Maharashtra
(c) State of U.P. vs. Deoman Upadhyaya
(d) P. Kottayya vs. King Emperor

15. A dying declaration in India is admissible:
(a) if it is regarding cause of death
(b) there must be direct relationship between cause and effect
(c) the person making declaration must die
(d) All of these

16. The examination of a witness by the Adverse Party shall be called:
(a) Examination-in-Chief
(b) Cross-Examination
(c) Re-Examination
(d) None of these

17. Expert opinion is relevant for:
(a) Science
(b) Hand writing
(c) Finger impression
(d) All of these

18. Relevancy of character has been provided from_________ of the Indian Evidence Act.
(a) Section 51-54
(b) Section 52-55
(c) Section 53-56
(d) None of these

19. Section 74 of the Indian Evidence Act provides about
(a) private document
(b) public document
(c) both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these

20. Which section of the Indian Evidence Act provides about the presumption of legitimacy of Child?
(a) Section 110
(b) Section 111
(c) Section 112
(d) None of these

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