PMS Paper Law 1


PUNJAB PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMBINED COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION
FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
PROVINCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE, ETC.
LAW (OPTIONAL) PAPER-I
TIME ALLOWED: 3 HOURS                                   MAXIMUM MARKS: 100
Note: 1. Attempt in English Language.
2. Attempt all SIX questions; TWO from l'art I, ONE from Part II, ONE from Part III and TWO from Part IV.
PART-I
(Civil Procedure Code)
Q.1: Briefly explain following terms:
(a)     Mesne profits                                                                       (5)
(b)     Pecuniary jurisdiction of a civil court                                      (5)
(c)     Recognized agent                                                                 (5)
Q.2: Please comment on the principle of restitution. What conditions
must be fulfilled to obtain restitution?                                         (15)
Q.3: On what grounds a plaint can be rejected or returned?                    (15)
Q.4: What is the difference between a set-off and a counter-claim? (15)
PART-11
(Limitation Act)
Q.5: What is the effect of death before a right to sue accrues?              (10)
Q.6: "Law of limitation helps the vigilant and not the indolent". Please
comment.                                                                                  (10)
PART-III
(Registration Act)
Q.7: Describe the documents of which registration is compulsory. (10)
Q.8: Please describe certain documents executed by or in favour of Government exempt from registration.        (10)
PART-IV
(Qanun-e-Shahadat Order)
Q.9: Who is a competent witness in law? Please comment on the evidentiary value of a child witness?  (25)
Q.10: What do you understand by 'may presume', 'shall presume' and 'conclusive proof'? Please give three instances when one fact is conclusive proof of another.                                      (25)
Q.11: Who is an expert? What are modes of proving the handwriting of a person?           (25)
Q.12: Please define estoppel and briefly comment on the kinds of estoppel.

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