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CLAT Test Online Paper 3 Question Answers

Test Name CLAT Test
Subject Law
Test Type Mcqs
Total Question 30
Total Marks 60
Total Time 30
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Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a most wide test for admission to 18 prominent National Law Universities in India. It is conducted after the Higher Secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission to interlink under graduation programs in Law and after Graduation in Law for Master of Laws(LL.M) taken by these Universities accordingly.The two-hour admission test consists of objective type covering questions on Elementary Mathematics or Numerical Ability, English with Comprehension, General knowledge and Current affairs, Legal Aptitude and Legal Awareness and Logical reasoning.Following Questions and Answers are given in sequence for you to get the level of prep high as you can.

CLAT Test Online Paper 3 Question Answers Mcqs

 

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Law

1. Waqf is a:

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2. 'Burden of proof' means:

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3. Quid Pro Quo means:

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4. A Money Bill cannot be introduced in:

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5. The Members of Parliament enjoy the freedom from arrest. But this priviliges is not available to members in:

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6. _______ is a general pardon:

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7. 'Delinquent Child' is one who:

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8. 'Capacity' in legal term means:

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9. What is a 'moot'?

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10. Absconder in the eye of law means:

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11. Relations between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles is of:

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12. The early release for a prisoner is called:

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13. Countersign means:

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14. The power to promulgate ordinance during recess of parliament has been given to:

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15. Immunity denotes:

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16. The Parliamentary Committee concerned with the regularity and economy of expenditure of government is:

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17. Who acts as the friend, philosopher and guide of the Public Accounts Committee?

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18. 'Habeas corpus' is a:

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19. The following parliamentary committee has the largest membership:

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20. Law:

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21. Hindu Marriage Act was passed in:

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22. Untouchability (Offences) Act was passed in:

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23. The Constitution emphasizes two major priviliges to the Members of Parliament, viz:

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24. 'Accomplice' in legal terms means:

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25. PRINCIPAL: An occupier is not normally liable to a trespasser except in respect of willful act intended to cause harm or done with reckless disregard.
FACT: Jaspal, a rich man of the locality had kept a ferocious dog to guard his house. He strictly instructed all his servants not to go near that dog and there was a special attender who was to take care of the dog. There was a prominent board warning the visitors about the ferocious dog. One day, a twelve year old boy playing in the neighbourhood, running after his ball got into the house. The dog attacked him and killed him. Jaspal was sued for damages.

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26. A bill introduced by a member or a minister, goes through:

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27. 'Rule of law' a term in India constitution is taken from:

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28. PRINCIPLE: Whoever, dishonestly misappropriates or converts to his own use any movable property, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description of a term which may extend to two years, or with fine or with both.
FACT: A and B, being joint owners of a horse out of B's possession , intending to use it. Here, as A has a right to use the horse. But, A sells the horse and appropriates the whole proceeds to his own use. Decide.

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Question 29 of 30

29. Any Court of tribunal in the Territory of India means - Court which:

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30. Detention denotes:

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