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Mercantile Law MCQs 2015

(i) Which of the following contracts is Voidable, where:
(a) A party is induced by undue influence 
(b) One party under mistake of fact
(c) Both parties under mistake of fact (d) None of these

(ii) In case of willful wrong a sub-agent is responsible to:
(a) Agent (b) Principal (c) Sole agent

(iii) A tender notice amounts to:
(a) Proposal (b) Offer (c) Invitation

(iv) A contract to sell the property by a minor through guardian is:
(a) Void (b) Voidable (c) Valid

(v) How many parties are there in a contract of guarantee?
(a) 5 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) None of these

(vi) Which of the following is eligible to become director of a company?
(a) Minor (b) Un-discharged insolvent
(c) Person representing a creditor (d) None of these

(vii) Extra-ordinary general meeting of a company includes:
(a) Annual general meeting (b) Statutory meeting
(c) Plenary meeting (d) None of these

(viii) Petition for winding up of a company may be moved by:
(a) Auditor General (b) Advocate General
(c) Company Judge (d) None of these

(ix) The Companies Act repealed by the Companies Ordinance, 1984 pertained to the year:
(a) 1930 (b) 1933 (c) 1935 (d) None of these

(x) Penalty for improper use of word “Limited” is:
(a) Fine (b) Imprisonment (c) Imprisonment with fine (d) None of these

(xi) In which of the following an arbitration agreement is not discharged by the death of party:
(a) Voluntary (b) Statutory (c) Contractual (d) None of these

(xii) The assent of arbitrator appointed by court is:
(a) Optional (b) Not required (c) Necessary (d) None of these

(xiii) The number of Arbitration Act, 1940 is:
(a) XI (b) XV (c) XX (d) None of these(X of 1940)

(xiv) Nature of misconduct justifying removal of arbitrator should be:
(a) Legal (b) Moral (c) Procedural (d) None of these

(xv) Suit by unregistered firm against third party is:
(a) Maintainable (b) Barred (c) Permissible (d) None of these

(xvi) The firm and firm-name are:
(a) Synonymous (b) Interchangeable (c) Different terms (d) None of these

(xvii) The partnership is:
(a) Juristic person (b) Juridical person (c) Natural person
(d) None of these

(xviii The maker of a promissory note is liable as:
(a) Principal debtor (b) Principal Creditor
(c) Undercharged surety (d) None of these

(xix) Valid presentation of a cheque is within six months from:
(a) The date it is drawn (b) Date of last correction
(c) Date of delivery (d) None of these

(xx) An exception to “No one can transfer what he does not have” is:
(a) Registered gift (b) Will (c) Estoppels by owner (d) None of these

(1) When an offer can only be accepted by the performance of the person to whom the offer is made, is characteristic of:
(a) bilateral contracts; (b) unilateral contracts;
(c) implied contracts; (d) None of these
(2) A tells B, “If you stood first in the class, I’ll pay you Rs.5000.00. B stood first in class and A paid him Rs.5000.00. Which of the following is correct?
(a) A and B had a unilateral contract;
(b) A and B had an executory contract;
(c) A and B had an executed contract;
(d) None of these
(3) A offers to sell B his motorcycle at some time in the future. B accepts. Is there a valid contract?
(a) Probably not, the terms are not definite;
(b) Probably yes;
(c) Definitely not because A failed to communicate the offer;
(d) None of these
(4) Which of the following is not an effective way to terminatean offer?
(a) By rejection; (b) By acceptance;
(c) By counter offer; (d) None of these
(5) A offers to sell B his collection of rare books for Rs.5000.00. Before B even has a chance to accept, A says, “Sorry, I changed my mind, no deal.” This is an example of:
(a) Revocation; (b) Rejection;
(c) Counter Offer; (d) None of these
(6) A and B enter into a contract in which A agrees to deliver milk to a restaurant. They forget to include a price in the agreement. A court will:
(a) refuse to enforce the agreement;
(b) select the lowest quoted price for milk and insert it into the contract;
(c) determine a reasonable price and insert it into the contract;
(d) None of these.
(7) A agreed to supply food for Walima to B at 1: 00 pm. However, he could hardly supply the food at 5: 00 pm.
(a) B can reject the delivery;
(b) He can not reject the delivery;
(c) B must accept the delivery;
(d) None of these
(8) Which of the following actions an unpaid seller can not take against a buyer:
(a) Lien; (b) Stoppage in transit;
(c) Sale; (d) None of these
(9) When a partnership is found liable for a debt, which assets are first used to pay the debt?
(a) Individual assets of the partners;
(b) Personal property of the limited partners;
(c) Partnership assets. (d) None of these
(10) A partnership involves three essential elements. Which of the following is not one of those elements?
(a) An equal right in the management of the business;
(b) Limited liability for breach of contract;
(c) A joint ownership of the business
(d) None of these
(11) Which of the following actions requires the unanimous consent of all partners before it may be undertaken?
(a) Hiring a new employee
(b) Purchasing new office equipment;
(c) Admitting new partners;
(d) None of these
(12) An Order Instrument is the one which is payable to:
(a) A named person; (b) To a bearer;
(c) To both (d) None of these
(13) A bearer Instrument is the one which is payable to:
(a) A named person; (b) To a bearer;
(c) To both; (d) None of these
(14) A holder in due course is the one:
(a) Who finds an instrument;
(b) Who steals an instrument;
(c) Who gets an instrument as a gift;
(d) None of these
(15) For the incorporation of a limited liability company filing of Memorandum of Association is essential:
(a) for a public limited company only;
(b) for a private limited company, a public limited company and an unlimited company;
(c) for a Public Limited company only;
(d) None of these
(16) A subsidiary company is the one:
(a) which holds the majority shares of another company;
(b) which deals in the trading of shares of other companies;
(c) in which the majority shares are held by another company;
(d) None of these
(17) A is considering different forms of business organization for his business. For the purposes of owning property and being a party to litigation, forms which are legal entities separate from their owners include:
(a) Limited Partnership only;
(b) Private Limited Companies only;
(c) Both Private and Public Limited Companies
(d) None of these
(18) A decision made by arbitrators is called:
(a) Sentence; (b) Award;
(c) Judgment (d) None of these
(19) An empire in an arbitration reference is appointed when the number of arbitrators is:
(a) Odd; (b) Even;
(c) More than 10. (d) None of these
(20) The appointment of a person of the minor age as an agent is:
(a) Void; (b) Valid;
(c) Voidable (d) None of these

LAW MCQs 2015

(1) Public nuisance is a tort:
(a) Only when it prejudicially affects the public
(b) Only when it damages property belonging to the public
(c) Only when it causes direct and substantial injury to an individual
(d) None of these

(2) Confession made under the promise of secrecy is:
(a) Admissible
(b) Inadmissible
(c) Objectionable
(d) None of these

(3) An irrebuttable presumption:
(a) Is inconclusive proof of a fact
(b) Is conclusive proof of a fact
(c) Can be contradicted
(d) None of these

(4) Evidence may be given of:
(a) Inadmissible facts
(b) Irrelevant facts
(c) Facts in issue
(d) None of these

(5) Doctrine of estoppel:
(a) Applies to a minor
(b) Does not apply to a minor
(c) Applies to a minor for acts and omissions of others
(d) None of these

(6) Admission on point of law:
(a) Has force
(b) Has no force
(c) May help in proof
(d) None of these

(7) Dying declaration made under expectation of death is:
(a) Irrelevant
(b) Inadmissible
(c) Admissible
(d) None of these

(8) For a crime of strict liability:
(a) ‘mens reas’ is essential
(b) ‘actus reas’ is essential
(c) Both ‘mens rea’ and ‘actus reas’ are essential
(d) None of these

(9) Section 411 PPC relates to:
(a) Extortion
(b) Dacoity
(c) Dishonestly receiving stolen property
(d) None of these

(10) A master is liable for the torts of his servant:
(a) When the servant commits an ultra vires act
(b) When the servant commits an intra vires act
(c) When the servant commits a wrong within the course of employment
(d) None of these

(11) Punishment for imputation of unchastity of woman is:
(a) 2 years
(b) 5 years
(c) 10 years
(d) None of these

(12) A magistrate can order a person who files a false, frivolous and vexatious criminal case against somebody.
(a) To pay compensation to that somebody.
(b) To force him to deposit fine
(c) To ask him to apologize
(d) None of these

(13) Shujjah is divided into:
(a) 7 categories
(b) 8 categories
(c) 10 categories
(d) None of these

(14) Punishment for attempt to commit suicide is:
(a) 4 years
(b) 6 years
(c) 8 years
(d) None of these

(15) In pre arrest bail
(a) Complaint is not essential
(b) FIR is essential
(c) FIR is not essential
(d) None of these

(16) A private complaint can be lodged:
(a) Before a Judge of High Court
(b) Before a Session judge
(c) Before a magistrate
(d) None of these

(17) Criminal Procedure is a Code of:
(a) Substantive law
(b) Adjective law
(c) Substantive as well as adjective law
(d) None of these

(18) Qanune Shahadat Order divides ‘fact’ into:
(a) 2 categories
(b) 3 categories
(c) 4 categories
(d) None of these

(19) Order for removal of obstruction and nuisance in urgent cases can be given by:
(a) A police officer
(b) A nazim
(c) A magistrate
(d) None of these

(20) Compensation:
(a) Is awarded in all crimes
(b) Is not awarded at all in some crimes
(c) Is awarded in some crimes
(d) None of these

(1) Pleading includes:
(a) The plaint
(b) The written statement
(c) Both (a) and (b)

(2) The doctrine of res judicata is the result of:
(a) The act of the plaintiff
(b) The act of the defendant
(c) The decision of the court

(3) Where the court is without jurisdiction, the plaint presented to it shall be:
(a) Forwarded to the court having jurisdiction
(b) Returned for presentation to the proper court
(c) Rejected

(4) An issue of fact is a fact:
(a) Asserted by both the parties
(b) Asserted by one party and denied by the other
(c) Specifically declared so under law

(5) An application for review may be made where:
(a) No appeal lies against the decision
(b) Appeal preferred against the decision has been rejected
(c) An appeal is allowed but no appeal has been preferred against the decision

(6) Where a plaintiff withdraws his suit without permission of the court, he is entitled to:
(a) Restore the same suit
(b) Institute a fresh suit on the same subject matter
(c) None of these

(7) An ex-parte decree is a judgment based on:
(a) Merit of the case
(b) Compromise of the parties
(c) The non-appearance of the defendant

(8) The communication of an acceptance as against the proposer is complete when:
(a) It comes to the knowledge of the proposer
(b) It is put into the means of transmission and is out of the control of the proposee
(c) The proposer notifies the propose of its receipt

(9) A voidable agreement is:
(a) Enforceable
(b) Unenforceable
(c) Enforceable at the option of one of the parties

(10) A contract made as a result of mistake of law is:
(a) Valid or enforceable
(b) Void
(c) Voidable

(11) The rights and duties of the parties to a contingent contract:
(a) Arise at the time of its formation
(b) Do not rise as the contract is void
(c) Arise upon the happening or unhappening of the future uncertain event collateral to the contract.

(12) An agreement made by a minor is:
(a) Void
(b) Voidable
(c) Enforceable if its performance is beneficial to the minor.

(13) Where a contract of guarantee is performed by the surety upon default of the principal debtor, the surety:
(a) Has a right to be indemnified by the principal debtor
(b) Does not have any such right to the indemnified
(c) Has right to be indemnified if provided under the contract

(14) Where under a contract of pledge, the pawner fails to perform his contract with in the stipulated time, he:
(a) Cannot redeem his pledged goods
(b) Can redeem his pledged goods at any subsequent time
(c) Can redeem his pledged goods before actual sale

(15) Malfeasance means:
(a) The commission of an unlawful act
(b) The improper performance of a lawful act
(c) The failure to perform a lawful act

(16) Mayhem is:
(a) The unlawful lying of hands on another person
(b) Bodily harm whereby a man is deprived of the use of any member of his body
(c) The actual striking of another person

(17) A master of a servant is:
(a) Not liable for any of his wrongful acts
(b) Is liable for all of his wrongful acts
(c) Liable for his wrongful act committed in the course of his employment

(18) A slander is a false and defamatory statement made:
(a) In writing
(b) Verbally
(c) In writing and verbally

(19) Damn Sine Injuria means:
(a) Infringement of a legal right without any actual loss resulting a legal action.
(b) Actual loss without infringement of any legal right resulting no legal action.
(c) Infringement of a legal right with actual loss resulting legal action

(20) Trespass ab anitio means entrance on the land of another:
(a) With authority of law
(b) Without authority of law
(c) With authority of law but subsequently commission of a wrong of misfeasance.

International Law MCQs 2015

(1) Number of Judges of International Court of Justice is
(a) Nine
(b) Twelve
(c) Fifteen
(d) None of these

(2) Permanent Court of International Justice was established under
(a) League of Nations 
(b) UNO
(c) European Union
(d) None of these

(3) Pacta Sunt Servanda means
(a) Treaties between states are to be respected
(b) An unwanted person
(c) International Law must be honoured
(d) None of these

(4):Headquarters of International Court of Justice is in
(a) Hague
(b) Geneva
(c) New York
(d) None of these

(5) Persona Non Gruta means
(a) Impracticable article of international law
(b) A fugitive criminal
(c) A person refused for asylum
(d) None of these

(6) Father of the Law of Nations is
(a) Grotius
(b) Hegel
(c) Anziloei
(d) None of these

(7) Principles Jes Soli means
(a) Grant of nationality on the basis of place birth
(b) Grant of nationality on the basis of blood relationship
(c) Grant of nationality through naturalization
(d) None of these

(8) Much of international law is derived through analogy from
(a) Islamic law
(b) Christian Law
(c) Roman law
(d) None of these

(9) Vienna Convention on Law of Treaties was signed in
(a) 1961
(b) 1945
(c) 1927
(d) None of these (1969)

(10) Truce mean
(a) A temporary arrangement between the belligerent parties for cessation of hostilities
(b) Any peace treaty to end a war
(c) No War Pact
(d) None of these

(11) Declaration is a treaty between the contracting parties which
(a) is always subject to ratification
(b) is not needed to be ratified
(c) may or not be subject to be ratification
(d) None of these

(12) Diplomatic Protection means a protection and security granted
(a) to a diplomat by UNO
(b) by a state to its national abroad
(c) by a State to a person seeking asylum
(d) None of these

(13) Kellog Briand Pact or Paris Peace Treaty was signed in
(a) 1945
(b) 1928
(c) 1919
(d) None of these

(14) Recognition of new States is a matter of
(a) International law
(b) Constitutional law
(c) Policy of the State
(d) None of these

(15) Grant of extra-territorial asylum in a legation:
(a) is a part of customary international law
(b) is a part of Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 1961
(c) depends on circumstances
(d) None of these

(16) To get asylum in a foreign state by an individual
(a) is his basic right
(b) is not his right
(c) depends on circumstances
(d) None of these

(17) Diplomatic envoys in the receiving state are given immunity from
(a) Civil jurisdiction
(b) Criminal jurisdiction
(c) Both criminal and civil jurisdiction 
(d) None of these

(18) Territorial sea of a State is under
(a) its total control
(b) its control, but subject to certain international obligations
(c) its control, only for exploration of mineral resources
(d) None of these

(19) Genocide Convention was adopted by the UN General Assembly in:
(a) 1945
(b) 1950
(c) 1960
(d) None of these

(20) Bynkershock principle is related to:
(a) Measurement of maritime belt
(b) Contiguous zone
(c) Extradition of criminals
(d) None of these

  1. One of the modes of acquiring state territory is:
    (a) Jurisdicition
    (b) occupation 
    (c) insurjency (d)
    Non of these
  2. The name of the present secretary general of the UN is:
    (a) Kofi Anaan
    (b) Boutros gali 
    (c) Ban ke Mon
    (d)
    Non of these
  3. The preamble to the universal declariation on human rights was adopted on:
    (a) 12 jan 1949
    (b) 10 Dec 1948
    (c) 6th Aug 1947
    (d) Non of these
  4. The right of innocent passage means:
    (a) right of a foreign merchant ship to pass un-hindered through the territorial sea of the cost
    (b) Not to publicize dangers to navigation in the sea
    (c) To over look regulations of marri-time traffic
    (d) Non of these
  5. The basic frame work for the nature and characteristics of treaties was defined in the:
    (a) Vinnea convention on the law of treaties 1969
    (b) Geneva connvention on the high seas 1958
    (c) Vinnea convention on the law of treaties 1986
    (d) Non of these
  6. With drawal of recognition is more easily achieved with respect to:
    (a) Defact recognition
    (b) Collective Recognition
    (c) Implied Recognition
    (d) Non of these
  7. The father of International Law is:
    (a) David Dudley field
    (b) Hugo Grotius
    (c) Geremy bentham
    (d) Non of these
  8. Internal waters of a state are, such waters which are:
    (a) found on the land-ward side of base line from which the territorial sea is measured.
    (b) Adjusant to the exculsive fisheries zone.
    (c) waters flowing into the high sea’s
    (d) Non of these
  9. The doctrine of open sea was eloborated by:
    (a) Blunt schilli
    (b) Pufendorf
    (c) Grotius
    (d) Non of these
  10. According to article 3 of the 1982 convention on the law of the sea the breadth of the territorial sea is:
    (a) 10 miles
    (b) 12 miles
    (c) 14 miles
    (d) Non of these
  11. The term Men of War signifies:
    (a) Military personal
    (b) A warship
    (c) An aircraft carrier
    (d) Non of these
  12. The number of judges constituting the international court of justice are:
    (a) 15
    (b) 12
    (c) 10
    (d) Non of these
  13. Terra Nullius means:
    (a) Island in the sea
    (b) No territory
    (c) Territory belonging to no state
    (d) Non of these
  14. The Acroniyum WMD stands for:
    (a) Western missile defense
    (b) Weapons of mass distruction(c) World metrological Department
    (d) Non of these
  15. Hot persuit is the principle designed to ensure:
    (a) Vessiles voilating rules of coastal state cannot escape punishment by fleeing to high sea’s
    (b) Capture
    (c) Cancellation of Registration
    (d) Non of these
  16. Piracy, according to law of sea convention 1982 is:
    (a) An illegal act by crew of private ship on the high sea’s.
    (b) An act of sabotage
    (c) Act permisible in certain cases
    (d) Non of these
  17. The general assembly of the UN is :
    (a) The most powerful organ
    (b) A supervisory body
    (c) An elected House
    (d) Non of these
  18. The charter of the UN is a comprehensive document having:
    (a) 112 articles
    (b) 111 articles
    (c) 108 articles
    (d) Non of these
  19. One of the amicable means of settling state disputes is:
    (a) Concillation
    (b) Blockade
    (c) War
    (d) Non of these
  20. The bulk of the rules of International law are derived from:
    (a) Judicial decisions
    (b) work of publicites
    (c) Customs
    (d) Non of these

Constitutional Law MCQs 2015

(1) Two terms tenure of US President was fixed in:

(a) 1748
(b) 1848
(c) 1948
(d) None of these.

(d) None of these. (Amendment was approved by states in 1951)

(2) The US Senate comprises:

(a) 98 members
(b) 100 members
(c) 102 members
(d) None of these.

(b) 100 members

(3) The term of US House of Representative is:

(a) 2years
(b) 3 years
(c) 4 years
(d) None of these.

(a) 2years

(4) Gerald Ford was US President by:

(a) Appointment
(b) Election
(c) Succession
(d) None of these.

(c) Succession

(5) The quorum of the House of Commons is:

(a) 40 members
(b) 50 members
(c) 60 members
(d) None of these.

(a) 40 members

(6) The Labour Party was founded in Britain in:

(a)1900
(b) 1901
(c) 1902
(d) None of these.

(a)1900

(7) The Speaker of the House of Commons owes allegiance to:

(a) Majority Party
(b) Opposition Party
(c) No Party
(d) None of these.

(c) No Party

(8) The judges of the Indian Supreme court are appointed by:

(a) The Prime Minister
(b) The President
(c) Parliament
(d) None of these.

(b) The President

(9) Indian Parliament is:

(a) Unicameral
(b) Bicameral
(c) Tricameral
(d) None of these.

(b) Bicameral

(10) The USSR was dissolved in:

(a) 1989
(b) 1990
(c)1991
(d) None of these.

(c)1991

(11) Perestroika was introduced in SU by:

(a)Gorbachev
(b) Brezhnev
(c) Yeltsin
(d) None of these.

(a)Gorbachev

(12) The objective Resolution was adopted in:

(a) 1940
(b) 1947
(c) 1949
(d) None of these.

(c) 1949

(13) The number of abrogated constitutions in Pakistan is:

(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) None of these

(b) Two

(14) The Eighth Amendment in the Constitution of Pakistan:

(a) Subordinated the Prime Minister to President
(b) Subordinated the President to Prime Minister
(c) Made the President at par with President.
(d) None of these.

(c) Made the President at par with President.

(15). The Fifth Republic was enforced in France in:

(a) 1956
(b)1958
(c) 1960
d) None of these

(b)1958

(16) Debre served France as:

(a) Prime Minister
(b) President
(c) Speaker of National Assembly
(d) None of these.

(a) Prime Minister

(17) Article 3 of French Constitution makes government office and parliamentary mandate:

(a) Compatible
(b) Incompatible
(c) A combination
(d) None of these.

(b) Incompatible

(18) The French Constitutional Council comprises:

  1. a) 5 members
    (b) 7 members
    (c) 9 members
    (d) None of these

(c) 9 members

(19) The Bolshevik Revolution took place in:

(a) 1915
(b) 1917
(c) 1919
(d) None of these

(b) 1917

(20) The Soviet Union Comprised:

(a)15 Republics
(b) 16 Republics
(c) 17 Republics
(d) None of these.

(a)15 Republics

  1. The former USSR had 15Union Republic
  2. Presidium of the Supreme Soviet consisted of 23members.
  3. Switzerland has 23Cantons.
  4. Peer is the title for the members of House of Lords.
  5. Cabinet Governmentthrives under the cloak of Ministerial Responsibility.
  6. England can never be ruined except by a Cabinet.
  7. Every Lord had a right to vote by proxy which was abolished in 1868.
  8. Before Reduction of Power in both HousesPears could only be tried by pears in cases of felony and treason.
  9. The judicial Committee of Privy Council was set up by an Act of Parliament.
  10. Countryis the largest Local government division in England.
  11. In France, Arrondissementdo not play an important part in the system of Local Government.
  12. The American Confederation of 13 States was created on 17 September, 1787.
  13. The American Constitution vested ResiduaryPowers with the States.
  14. The American Sovereign is a sovereign who Rules.
  15. In USA total number of electoral votes is always 538.
  16. The US President can declare war only with the consent of Senate.
  17. Committees are called as Minilegislatures.
  18. Misuse of the privilege of unrestricted freedom of debate in US is known as Yellow Journalism.
  19. The Objectives Resolution was passed by the 1st Constituent Assemblyin 1949.
  20. The present Constitution of Turkey (1982) was drafted by theLegislation.

(1) Highest court of appeal in U.K is:

(a) Supreme Court
(b) High Court
(c) House of Lords
(d) None of these

(c) House of Lords

(2) Smallest unit of Local Government in U.K is:

(a) Village
(b) County
(c) Town
(d) None of these

(d) None of these (Parish)

(3) The US Constitution is:

(a) Rigid
(b) Flexible
(c) Moderate
(d) None of these

(a) Rigid

(4) If both the US President and Vice-President die, the next to succeed is:

(a) Speaker House of Representatives
(b) President pro-tempore of the Senate
(c) Secretary of State
(d) None of these

(b) President pro-tempore of the Senate

(5) The final interpreter of US constitution is:

(a) The President
(b) Senate
(c) Supreme Court
(d) None of these

(a) The President

(6) The French commune can be compared to Pakistan’s

(a) Province
(b) District
(c) Municipal Committee
(d) None of these

(c) Municipal Committee/Union Council

(7) Which of the following term is not associated with debates in the House of Commons:

(a) The Kangaroo
(b) The Guillotine
(c) The Fox
(d) None of these

(d) None of these

(8) Which of the following is not an official in the administration of justice in England:

(a) Justice of Peace
(b) Arbitrators
(c) Juries
(d) None of these

(a) Justice of Peace

(9) The number of amendments so far made in the US Constitution is:

(a) 15
(b) 20
(c) 25
(d) None of these

(d) None of these (27)

(10) Which of the following is not member of Council of Common Interests:

(a) Prime Minister
(b) Governors
(c) Chief Ministers of Provinces
(d) None of these

(b) Governors

(11) Which of the following is a member of Cabinet in England, but not in Pakistan:

(a) Attorney General
(b) Auditor General
(c) Chief Election Commissioner
(d) None of these

(d) None of these

(12) The Head of State in Pakistan is:

(a) Prime Minister
(b) President
(c) Both of them
(d) None of these

(b) President

(13) Voting age in different states of USA are:

(a) 18 and 21 years
(b) 17 and 21 years
(c) 18 and 20 years
(d) None of these

(a) 18 and 21 years

(14) The inaugural session of the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan was held in Karachi:

(a) From 10th to 14 August, 1947
(b) From 14th to 18th August, 1947
(c) From 14th to 18th August, 1949
(d) None of these

(b) From 14th to 18th August, 1947

(15) Dual citizenship is a feature of:

(a) British Constitution
(b) French Constitution
(c) Indian Constitution
(d) None of these

(c) Indian Constitution

(16) The present Constitution of France was adopted by:

(a) Legislation
(b) Referendum
(c) Ordinance
(d) None of these

(a) Legislation

(17) The Presidential electors in USA cast two votes, one for the president and the other for:

(a) Speaker
(b) Vice-President
(c) Secretary of State
(d) None of these

(b) Vice-President

(18) The Constitution of Russian Federation was ratified in:

(a) 1993
(b) 1918
(c) 1977
(d) None of these

(a) 1993

(19) Under the 1962 Constitution of Pakistan, total number of Electors in Electoral College was:

(a) 5000
(b) 8000
(c) 10000
(d) None of these

(d) None of these (80000)

(20) Subject matter of Articles 189, 201 and 203-GG of the Constitution of Pakistan 1973 is:

(a) Ratio Decidendi
(b) Precedents
(c) Obiter dicta
(d) None of these

(b) Precedents

Muslim Law Jurisprudence MCQs 2015

  1. Sale of goods for goods is:
    (a) Muraba
    (b) Muqayada
    (c) Musawama
    (d) None of these
  2. The four schools of thought were founded during the reign of:
    (a) Abbasids 
    (b) Mughals
    (c) Fatimids
    (d) None of these
  3. Book by Imam Bukhari contains about ______ authentic traditions:
    (a) 7000
    (b) 9700
    (c) 12500
    (d) None of these
  4. Status of a Mufti used to be that of a:
    (a) Draftsman
    (b) Legislator
    (c) Law Officer
    (d) None of these
  5. Analogy is rule of ______:
    (a) Deduction
    (b) Interpretation
    (c) Translation
    (d) None of these
  6. Atonement for the non-discharge of an obligation is ______:
    (a) Khiraj
    (b) Kafarat 
    (c) Ta’azir
    (d) None of these
  7. Revelation is the ______ source of Islmaic law:
    (a) Only
    (b) Secondary
    (c) Primary 
    (d) None of these
  8. There are ______ Sunni Schools of law:
    (a) 3
    (b) 5
    (c) 7
    (d) None of these
  9. A woman is disqualified for the office of a Qadi according to ______ :
    (a) Shafi’s
    (b) Hanafis
    (c) Malikis
    (d) None of these
  10. The application of Muhammadan Law to non-muslims is entirely______ :
    (a) Personal
    (b) Customary
    (c) Arbitrary
    (d) None of these
  11. Shariat Application Act 1962 deals with ______ :
    (a) Customary Law
    (b) Legislative Law
    (c) Personal Law
    (d) None of these
  12. Each heir is liable to the debts of a deceased ______ :
    (a) Exclusively
    (b) Severally
    (c) Not beyond 1/3 
    (d) None of these
  13. Which of these properties is not heritable:
    (a) Movable
    (b) Ancestral
    (c) Self acquired
    (d) None of these
  14. Deceased survived by son’s son and a daughter. Daughter will get______ :
    (a) 1/2
    (b) 1/3
    (c) 1/4 
    (d) None of these
  15. A minor of sound mind is capable of disposing of his property by will to the extent of:
    (a) 1/3
    (b) Full
    (c) 3/4
    (d) None of these
  16. A gift of unborn person is ______ :
    (a) Valid
    (b) Void 
    (c) Voidable
    (d) None of these
  17. Talab-e-Mowasbat is made ______ :
    (a) Before sale 
    (b) Before court
    (c) Before decree
    (d) None of these
  18. A marriage with a woman before completion of her Iddat is ______ :
    (a) Irregular 
    (b) Void
    (c) Voidable
    (d) None of these
  19. Legitimacy may be presumed from ______ :
    (a) Presumptive marriage
    (b) Custom
    (c) School certificate
    (d) None of these
  20. Failing the mother, the custody of a boy under the age of seven years belongs to:
    (a) Father
    (b) Paternal uncle 
    (c) Brother’s wife
    (d) None of these

(1)Who established a prison-house for malefactors?
(a) Hazrat Umar (R.A.)
(b) Hazrat Abu Dakar (R A.)
(c) Hazrat Usman (R.A.)
(d) None of these

(2)Who wrote the first book on science of law or usul:
(a) AbuHanifa
(b) Imam Malik
(c) Imam Shafi’i
(d) None of these

(3)Sale of dates on a tree in consideration for plucked dates is:
(a) Mulamassa
(b) Munabadha
(c) Muzabana 
(d) None of these

(4) A woman may be a Qadi according to:
(a) Malikis
(b) Hanafis 
(c) Hamblis
(d) None of these

(5) Plurality of wives is called:
(a) Bigamy
(b) Polygamy
(c) Polyandry
(d) None of these

(6)The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance was enacted in:
(a) 1960
(b) 1959
(c) 1961
(d) None of these

(7)The Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act was enacted in:
(a) 1949
(b) 1939
(c) 1959
(d) None of these

(8)Who was appointed as first Qadi by Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A.)?
(a) Hazrat Ali (R A.)
(b) Hazrat Usman (R.A.)
(c) Hazrat Umar (R.A.) 
(d) None of these

(9)Who is the author of ‘Taudeh’:
(a) Taftazani
(b) SadruShariat
(c) Ahmed Ibne-Qasim
(d) None of these

(10)A void bequest is:
(a) Contingent bequest 
(b) Bequest made to the child in womb born within six months
(c) Alternative bequest
(d) None of these

(11)Maa’ si’ at deals with:
(a) Torts
(b) Crime
(c) Sale
(d) None of these

(12) Under Islamic Law a child is legitimate if born after the dissolution of marriage and wife remaining unmarried:
(a) Within one year of the termination of marriage
(b) Within 280 days of the termination of marriage
(c) Within six months of the termination of marriage
(d) None of these

(13) The limit of testamentary power by Muslim is:
(a) 1/8
(b) 1/3 
(c) 1/5
(d) None of these

(14) A divorce by ILa means:
(a) False accusation of adultery by husband
(b) Apostasy from Islam by husband
(c) An agreement between husband and wife to dissolve marriage
(d) None of these

(15) At the time when Islamic Law came into force the kinds of marriages were in vogue:
(a) 5
(b) 3
(c) 4 
(d) None of these

(16) Sadqa once completed by delivery is:
(a) Revocable
(b) Not revocable
(c) Revocable subject to condition
(d) None of these

(17) Ijtihad means:
(a) Consensus of opinion
(b) A gathering of Mujtahids
(c) Law-making
(d) None of these

(18) Abu Yusuf, Muhammad and Zufar were the pupils of:
(a) Imam Abu Hanifa 
(b) ImamShafi’i
(c) Imam Malik
(d) None of these

(19) A collection of traditions known as ‘Musnadu’l Imam Hambal consists of traditions:
(a) 30,000
(b) 40,000
(c) 50,000
(d) None of these

(20) The provision regarding polygamy under the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance is contained in Section:
(a) 4
(b) 7
(c) 6 
(d) None of these

  1. Al-Risalah is name of the book authored by
    a. Imam Malik
    b. Imam Ahmad
    c. Imam Bukhari
    d. None of these
  2. Mubarat means
    a. When husband and wife decide to opt forli’an
    b. When husband and wife decide to get divorced
    c. When wife decides to drag the husband to a court of law for divorce
    d. None of these

iii. The Federal Shariat Court declared in ___________________ that some provisions of the Muslim Family Law Ordinance 1961 were repugnant to the Islamic injunctions.
a. Farishta Case
b. Ismael Qureshi Case
c. Allah Rakha Case
d. None of these

  1. Easements are known in Islamic law as
    a. Huquq al-Irtifaq
    b. Huquq al-Ardiyyah
    c. Huquq al-Hayatiyyah
    d. None of these
  2. The suit for pre-emption shall fail if ________ different kinds of demands are not made:
    a. Seven
    b. Five
    c. Three
    d. None of these
  3. Shuroot in’iqad in marriage are those
    a. Which if not found, the contract will not enforced.
    b. Which if not found, the contract will be irregular.
    c. Which if not found, the contract will not be binding.
    d. None of these

vii. Zahir al-Riwayah are six books authored by
a. Imam Shafi`i
b. Imam Malik
c. Imam Shaybani
d. None of these

viii. Divorce pronounced in death-illness is
a. Valid
b. Invalid
c. Valid if the wife accepts it
d. None of these

  1. Legal capacity (ahliyya) in Islamic law is divided into
    a. Ahliyya al-ada and ahliyya al-wafa
    b. Ahliyya al-wujoob and ahliyya al-haqq
    c. Ahliyya al-wujoob and ahliyya al-ada
    d. None of these
  2. Can the husband revoke the delegation of the right of divorce?
    a. No
    b. Yes
    c. Yes, if he does so before the wife exercise this right.
    d. None of these
  3. Istishab denotes
    a. The presumption of non-existence
    b. The presumption of validity
    c. The presumption of continuity
    d. None of these

xii. `Aasaba are those
a. who have prejudice towards a section of the society.
b. whose share is not fixed and will get whatever is left.
c. who are entitled to get zakah.
d. None of these

xiii. Imam Malik bin Anas belongs to
a. Ahl al-Hadith
b. Ahl al-Ra’i
c. Ahl al-Zahir
d. None of these

xiv. Maslaha Mursala refers to
a. A Maslaha which is neither recognized nor rejected by Shariah
b. A Maslaha which is not recognized by Shariah but which must be adopted for its utility for Muslims
c. A Maslaha which is proved by a Hadith i Mursal
d. None of these

  1. In case of divorce before consummation of marriage
    a. Half dower must be paid, if dower was fixed.
    b. Full dower must be paid if its proved that mistake of husband caused the divorce.
    c. No dower is payable as dower is paid as consideration for “consummation”
    d. None of these.

xvi. Bay’ al-Salam is
a. Money for fruit but the counter-values must be exchanged simultaneously.
b. Money for fruits but money must be paid prior to delivery
c. Money for fruits but money is paid after delivery, otherwise sale is void.
d. None of these

xvii. Talaqqi al-Rukban denotes
a. Divorces during travel.
b. Divorce while the wife is pregnant.
c. Divorce when the agent of the husband pronounces it on his behalf.
d. None of these.

xviii. Consideration in Khula’ means
a. Gifts
b. Any property paid to the wife
c. Any property paid to the husband
d. None of these

xix. Faskh in the Hanafi School is
a. available only on three grounds.
b. available only on four grounds.
c. is the absolute right of the wife
d. None of these.

  1. Imam Abu Hanifah was student of
    a. `Abdullah IbnMas`ud
    b. Imam Hammad
    c. Imam Hasan Basri
    d. None of these

International Relations MCQs 2015

  1. Present Secretary General of the U.N belongs to:
  2. a) Nigeria
    b) Ghana
    c) Chile
    d) None of these
  3. b) Ghana (Kofi Anan)
  4. Leader of Taliban Government in Afghanistan was:
  5. a) Hekmatyar
    b) Mullah Umar
    c) Hamid Karzai
    d) None of these
  6. b) Mullah Umar
  7. Patrice Lumamba was the Prime Minister of:
  8. a) Congo (Zaire)
    b) Zimbabwe
    c) Ghana
    d) None of these
  9. a) Congo (Zaire)
  10. Kwama Nkramah was one of the leaders of:
  11. a) Asia
    b) Europe
    c) Africa
    d) None of these
  12. c) Africa
  13. Who was the first Prime Minister of Pakistan:
  14. a) Liaquat Ali Khan
    b) Nizamuddin
    c) Chundrigar
    d) None of these
  15. a) Liaquat Ali Khan
  16. Pakistan’s Highest Military award is:
  17. a) Hila-e-Jurat
    b) Hilal-e-Imtiaz
    c) Nishan-e-Haider
    d) None of these
  18. c) Nishan-e-Haider
  19. Pakistan became a member of CENTO in:
  20. a) 1954
    b) 1955
    c) 1958
    d) None of these
  21. b) 1955
  22. Pakistan exploded her first nuclear bomb on:
  23. a) 28th May 1998
    b) 14th August 1998
    c) 4th April 1998
    d) None of these
  24. a) 28th May 1998
  25. Who is Muhammad VI:
  26. a) President of Tunis
    b) King of Morocco
    c) King of Jordan
    d) None of these
  27. b) King of Morocco
  28. The author of “Politics Among Nations” is:
  29. a) Mogenthau
    b) Pervaiz Cheema
    c) Palmer and Perkins
    d) None of these
  30. a) Mogenthau
  31. The idea of SAARC originated in the mind of:
  32. a) Zia-ul-Haq
    b) Zia ur Rehman
    c) Rajiv Gandhi
    d) None of these
  33. b) Zia ur Rehman
  34. Iraq occupied Kuwait in:
  35. a) July 1990
    b) August 1990
    c) December 1990
    d) None of these
  36. b) August 1990
  37. Non Permanent member of the Security Council are:
  38. a) 5
    b) 7
    c) 10
    d) None of these
  39. c) 10
  40. ‘Rise and Fall of Great Powers’ is the work of:
  41. a) Paul Kennedy
    b) Holsti
    c) Morgenthau
    d) None of these
  42. a) Paul Kennedy
  43. Pakistan left Commonwealth in 1972 and rejoined in:
  44. a) 1988
    b) 1989
    c) 1985
    d) None of these
  45. b) 1989
  46. U.S. has agreed to write of Pakistan’s debt to the tune of:
  47. a) U.S. $ 2 billion
    b) U.S. $ 1 billion
    c) U.S. $ 4 billion
    d) None of these
  48. c) U.S. $ 4 billion
  49. The 1956 Constitution of Pakistan came into effect on:
  50. a) 28th February 1956
    b) 23rd March 1956
    c) 14th August 1956
    d) None of these
  51. b) 23rd March 1956
  52. The U-2 incident occurred in:
  53. a) 1960
    b) 1962
    c) 1965
    d) None of these
  54. a) 1960
  55. Which country of the world borders most neighbours:
  56. a) Russia
    b) China
    c) Canada
    d) None of these

The answer is A and B. China and Russia each share a common border with 14 other countries.

  1. Which of these countries Field Castro rules:
  2. a) Brazil
    b) Cuba
    c) Haiti
    d) None of these
  3. b) Cuba

1) The term nationality is derived from a Latin word:

a) NATO
b) Nation
c) NATIA
d) None of these

  1. c) NATIA

2) Eleventh SAARC Summit was held in the year:

  1. a) 2000
    b) 2001
    c) 2002
    d) None of these
  2. c) 2002

3) ECO consists of:

  1. a) 8 members
    b) 9 members
    c) 10 members
    d) None of these
  2. c) 10 members

4) The littoral states around the Indian Ocean are:

  1. a) 25
    b) 33
    c) 35
    d) None of these
  2. d) None of these

5) The first atom bomb was used in 1945 by:

  1. a) The Germany
    b) The USA
    c) The USSR
    d) None of these
  2. b) The USA

6) Brown Amendment was adopted by the US Senate in the year:

  1. a) 1990
    b) 1992
    c) 1995
    d) None of these
  2. c) 1995

7) Oslo Agreement was signed in the year:

  1. a) 1990
    b) 1992
    c) 1993
    d) None of these
  2. c) 1993

8) Fourth ASEAN Summit was held in:

  1. a) Singapore
    b) Islamabad
    c) Jakarta
    d) None of these
  2. a) Singapore

9) Pre-partition India consisted of:

  1. a) 579 Princely states
    b) 584 Princely states
    c) 590 Princely states
    d) None of these
  2. b) 584 Princely states

10) India conducted its 2nd nuclear test after a gap of:

  1. a) 20 years
    b) 24 years
    c) 34 years
    d) None of these
  2. b) 24 years

11) According to Quincy Write the approaches to the study of international politics are:

  1. a) 18
    b) 21
    c) 23
    d) None of these
  2. d) None of these

12) Pattern of political system where center of power are more than two is called:

  1. a) Polycentrism
    b) Bicentrism
    c) Multicentrism
    d) None of these
  2. c) Multicentrism

13) Complete cessation of nuclear testing is the sole aim of:

  1. a) CTBT
    b) NPT
    c) FMCT
    d) None of these
  2. a) CTBT

14) Turkey falls in:

  1. a) Asia
    b) Europe
    c) Asia and Europe
    d) None of these
  2. c) Asia and Europe

15) Uzbekistan shares common border with:

  1. a) Azerbaijan
    b) Dagestan
    c) Georgia
    d) None of these
  2. d) None of these

16) Diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan were established in:

  1. a) Sep. 1947
    b) Feb. 1948
    c) Jan. 1949
    d) None of these
  2. b) Feb. 1948

17) Dayton Accord was signed to solve the problem of:

  1. a) East Timore
    b) Bosnia
    c) Kosovo
    d) None of these
  2. b) Bosnia

18) MI-5 is the secret agency of:

  1. a) France
    b) Germany
    c) UK
    d) None of these
  2. c) UK

19) Pakistan joined NAM in the year:

  1. a) 1978
    b) 1980
    c) 1981
    d) None of these
  2. d) None of these (1979)

20) UN Secretary General belongs to:

  1. a) Ghana (Kofi Annan)
    b) Uganda
    c) Uruguay
    d) None of these
  2. a) Ghana (Kofi Annan)
    (New UN Secretary General is Ban Ki Moon and he is from South Korea)

(1) Yalta Conference was held in:

(a) 1944
(b) 1945
(c) 1946
(d) None of these.

(b) 1945

(2) The Cuban Missile Crisis occurred in:

(a) 1960
(b) 1961
(c) 1962
(d) one of these.

(c) 1962

(3) NATO was formed in:

(a) 1948
(b) 1949
(c) 1950
(d) None of these.

(b) 1949

(4) SEATO was formed in:

(a) 1953
(b) 1954
(c) 1955
(d) None of these.

(b) 1954

(5) NAM was formed in:

(a) 1955
(b) 1961
(c) 1962
(d) None of these.

(a) 1955

(6) INF Treaty was signed in:

(a) 1985
(b) 1986
(c) 1987
(d) None of these

(c) 1987

(7) U Thant was:

(a) The Prime Minister of Laos
(b) President of Taiwan
(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.
(d) None of these.

(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.

(8) Saile Brakat is:

(a) An Israeli Statesman
(b) A leader of East Timor
(c) Chief Palestinian negotiator
(d) None of these. –

(c) Chief Palestinian negotiator

(9) Pamila Parker is:

(a) A British Actress
(b) An American Senator
(c) Girlfriend of crown Prince Charles
(d) None of these:

(a) A British Actress

(10) Abdul Kalam is:

(a) A Literary Figure
(b) An Indian Nuclear Scientist
(c) A Kashmiri Mujahideen- Leader
(d) None of these.

(b) An Indian Nuclear Scientist

(11) Trygve Lie was:

(a) An Actor of Marshal Art
(b) Administrator of Hong Kong
(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.
(d) None of these.

(c) Secretary General of the United Nations.

(12) Fidel Castro became Cuban Prime Minister in:

(b) February, 1959
(b) February, 1960
(c) May, 1961
(d) None of these.

(b) February, 1959

(13) OIC was formed in:

(a) Jedda
(b) Rabat
(c) Cairo
(d) None of these.

(b) Rabat

(14) Politics Among Nations was written by:

(a) James Rosenau
(b) Hans Morgenthan
(c) K.J Holsti
(d) None of these.

(b) Hans Morgenthan

(15) Congress of Vienna took place in:

(a) 1648
(b) 1815
(c) 1899
(d) None of these.

(b) 1815

(16) Afghan Mujahideen took power in Kabul on:

(a) April 20,1991
(b) April 28, 1992
(c) 1st March, 1993
(d) None of these.

(a) April 20,1991

(17) Alma Atta is the Capital of:

(a) Tajikistan
(b) Terkmenistan
(b) Kazakistan
(d) None of these.

(b) Kazakistan
Since 1997 its capital is Astana

(18) Nosterdamus was:

(a) An Italian
(b) A French
(c) A German
(d) None of these.

(b) A French

(19) Americans are going to elect:

(a) 43rd President of USA
(b) 44th President of USA
(c) 45th President of USA
(d) None of these.

Obama is 44th President.

(20) Soviet Union was disintegrated on:

(a) 5th December, 1991
(b) 28th May, 1992
(c) 28th December, 1993
(d) None of these

(a) 5th December, 1991
It was 8 dec,1991

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