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1. The jurisdiction to try a person for an offense depends upon, under the general principle of criminal is...

2. Who prepared the draft of the Indian Penal Code?

3. The Indian penal code is divided into...

4. The Indian Penal Code 1860 came into effect/existence from...

5. The Indian Penal Code 1860 is extended to...

6. XYZ, the person having sufficient food but does not provide some food to a beggar who dies of hunger. XYZ is guilty of...

7. For abatement by conspiracy...

8. A and B agreed to commit the murder of C by poisoning and D was to procure poison, but he did not procure it. A and B are guilty of...

9. X threatens to publish a defamatory libel concerning Y unless Y gives you money. He thus induces Y to give him money. Here X has committed the offense of...

10. A by putting B in fear of grievous hurt dishonestly induces B to sign for affix his seal in black paper, and delivers it to A. B signs and delivers the paper to A. A has committed...

11. Criminal conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to...

12. Consider the following statements :

A) Every promise is an agreement.
B) Every agreement is a contract.
C) A contractor which cease to be enforceable by becomes void .
D) A minor who is supplied necessaries is personally liable to pay for them.

Which of the statements given above are correct?

13. Consider the following statements :

1. If an infant  obtains  property or goods by misrepresenting his age, he can be compelled to restore it even though the infant has sold the Goods or converted them.
2. There is no estoppel against  minor.

Which of the statement given above are correct?

14. A patient in a lunatic Asylum who is at intervals of sound mind :

15. A sells, by auction to B a horse which A knows to be unsound. A says nothing to B about the horse unsoundness. A does :

16. Where both parties are under mistake as to matter of fact, the agreement will be :

17. Principles: (1) Any person may use reasonable force in order to protect his property or person. (2) However, the force employed must be proportionate to the apprehended danger.

Facts: Krishna was walking on a lonely road. Maniyan came with a knife and said to Krishna, "Your life or your purse". Krishna pulled out his revolver. On seeing it, Maniyan ran. Krishna shot Maniyan in his legs. Decide.

18. Principles1: Any person who interferes with the discharge of duties by a public servant is liable for punishment. Principles2: Nothing is an offence if the person who committed it was winnable to appreciate the consequences of his act, due to intoxication, provided such intoxication was administered against his will and without his consent.

Facts: Krishna got drunk of his own volition and on his way back home he assaulted a policeman. He is prosecuted for intimidating a public servant.

Is Mr. Krishna liable for punishment"?

19. Principle: Whoever, intending to take dishonestly any property out of the possession of another person, moves that property for such taking, is said to commit theft.

Facts: Suresh went into the house of his friend Ramesh to discuss some important matter. Since Ramesh was not at home, Suresh waited for him in the latter's drawing room. When Ramesh did not turn up, Suresh took out a pen from Ramesh's table and wrote down a message and went home. While going back, by force of habit, he just dropped the pen into the pocket. Subsequently, he forgot about it. Since the pen happened to be very valuable one, Ramesh complained to the police and the police traced the pen in Suresh's house. Is Suresh liable for theft?

20. Principle: A person commits cheating, when he fraudulently induces another person to deliver the latter's property to him.

Facts: A falsely represented to B, a shop-owner that he was an officer from the Sales Tax Department. In the course of going through the vouchers, A expressed his interest to buy, a costly television on installment basis. B readily agreed hoping that he would get a favourable assessment from A regarding his tax liability. A paid the first installment and took the T.V. and disappeared. The police somehow managed to arrest him and sought to prosecute 'A' for cheating. Decide.

21. Principle: Nothing is an offence which is done by a child under seven years of age. Facts: A, a child born on January 01, 2005 killed another child B on December 30, 2011.

22. Principle: Whoever, intending to take dishonestly any movable property out of the possession of any person without that person's consent, moves that property in order to such taking is said to commit theft".


Facts: Kumud went into a jewellery shop with a view to finding a match for her bangle. She selected the bangle which matches with the bangle which she was wearing; and when she saw the price tag, she gave it up. But meanwhile, she inadvertently took the valuable bangle of the shop and left her less valuable bangle in the casket of the valuable bangle. Nobody in the shop noticed it and she discovered it only after reaching home.

State whether Kumud can be prosecuted for theft?

23. Principle: Whoever delivers to any other person as genuine any counterfeit currency which he knows to be counterfeit currency which he did not know to be counterfeit at the time when he received it is guilty of an offence.

Facts: Mr. Ramachandran is a cashier in a School. One evening his wife returned home from market. While she was counting the remaining money, Mr. Ramachandran noticed counterfeit currency note of Rs. 100. His wife told him that it was given to her by way of change when she gave a Rs. 500 note in the grocery shop by the person at the cash counter. Mr. Ramachandran goes to the same shop with a view to get rid of the counterfeit note. He buys a shaving cream worth Rs. 32.50 and gives the counterfeit note at the cash counter. The cashier inspects the note and realizes that it is counterfeit. He calls the police.

24. Principle: Every person has a right to defend his own person, property or possession against an immediate harm, and to that end, may use reasonable amount of force.

Facts: Mr. Kaul was passing by Mrs. Mattoo's house. At that time, Mrs. Mattoo's dog ran out and bit Mr. Kaul's overcoat. Mr. Kaul turned around and raised the pistol he was carrying in the pocket of his overcoat. The dog ran away, and Mr. Kaul shot the dog as it was running away. Mr. Kaul knew that the dog had attacked so many other people in that locality of Jammu. Mrs. Mattoo claims that her dog was of a rare breed and it was worth Rs. 5000/-. She is planning to bring a legal action against Mr. Kaul for compensation.

25. Principle: Whoever causes death by doing an act with the intention of causing death commits culpable homicide; punishable under Indian Penal Code.

Facts: Bandipur is a protected area wherein hunting is totally forbidden. Kannan, a poacher, stealthily entered this area and he shot at a deer. He missed the target and the bullet hits the forest guard relaxing nearby, whom Kannan had not seen. The forest guard was killed. Decide whether Kannan is guilty of culpable homicide.

26. Principle: does not take notice of trifles.

Facts: A proposes to his neighbor B that they both should go together for a morning walk. B agrees to the proposal and it is decided that both of them would meet at a particular point 6 A.M. from where they would set off for the morning walk. In spite of the agreement, B does not turn up. A waited for him at 6 a.m. every day, for a continuous period of seven days. Thereafter he files a suit against B claiming damages for the agony and mental torture suffered by him. Decide.

27. Mere agreement to commit an offence amounts to criminal conspiracy and is therefore an offence

28. How many important exception in I.P.C?

29. An affray must place in a ____________ place only.

30. An offence punishable with fine alone

31. There are some offences which are punishable with simple imprisonment only

32. If a husband commits an offence his wife give him harboring what commit an offence?

33. An offence punishable with fine alone.

34. Nothing is an offence which is done

35. Types of Imprisonment?

36. The offence of giving false evidence is known as ____ under the English law

37. A death sentence may be awarded under I.P.C.

38. Riot must be minimum ___ by member persons

39. A death sentence may be awarded under I.P.C.

40. For bribery or taking gratification, the offence is made is considered as

41. Criminal courts have no jurisdiction under on?

42. Whether judge of Indian court is covered in the definition of public servant of Indian penal code?

43. A Nepali person commits adultry in Delhi, will he be liable under code?

44. Whether the prime minister of India is covered in the definition of “public servant” of Indian penal code?

45. Who applies Indian Penal Code?

46. Whether a municipal councilor is covered in the definition of “public servant “of Indian penal code?

47. There are some important exception in I.P.C. one of them

48. The which is implemented to some part of country is called?

49. Acts against which there is no right of private defense of body

50. Anupriya instigate Bhawna to murder Charu. Bhawna refuses to do so. What Anupriya is guilty of abetting Bhawna to commit murder?

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