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18th April 2020

Caveat emptor

 

Caveat emptor

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18th April 2020

Under the provisions of Civil procedure Code plea of adverse possesion is available

Under the provisions of Civil procedure Code plea of adverse possesion is available

A. Only to plaintiff against defendant

B. Only to defendant against plaintiff

C. Both plaintiff and defendant

D. None of the above.

 

Answer B

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Strcit Liability in Vizag gas leak case

Recently, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) dirceted the LG Polymers to deposit 50 crore rupees based on the strict liability principle for the Vizag gas leak. However, according to the lawyers, the term absolute liability principle should have been used instead. Important Points The NGT directed the company to deposit an initial amount of ₹50 crore and formed a fact-finding committee. ...


18th April 2020
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Caveat emptor

  Caveat emptor ‘Let the buyer beware’ – A common-law maxim warning a purchaser that he could not claim that his purchases were defective unless he protected himself by obtaining express guarantees from the vendor. The maxim has been modified by statute: under the Sale of Goods Act  (a consolidating statute), contracts for the sale of goods have implied...


18th April 2020
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Under the provisions of Civil procedure Code plea of adverse possesion is available

Under the provisions of Civil procedure Code plea of adverse possesion is available A. Only to plaintiff against defendant B. Only to defendant against plaintiff C. Both plaintiff and defendant D. None of the above.   Answer B Prepare for judicial services PCS J and other exams.. mock questions for prelims


16th April 2020
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Which final judgement, order or decree of a Competent Court, among the following is a judgement in rem?

Which final judgement, order or decree of a Competent Court, among the following is a judgement in rem?A. In a money suitB. In a suit for permanent injunctionC. In exercise of matrimonial or insolvency jurisdictionD. None of the aboveAnswer CMock questions for judicial services examination objective type. Test Series online classes


15th April 2020
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In a suit for recovery of possession by the Government who will sign the plaint?

In a suit for recovery of possession by the Government who will sign the plaint?                A. The Chief Secretary to the GovernmentB. The District CollectorC.The Governor of the StateD. The Person nominated by the GovernmentAnswer DMock questions for judicial services examination objective type. Test Series online clas...