Daily Quiz for Judiciary Exam Preparation – December 7th – Mixed Bag

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1. In cases where the accused persons have been sentenced to imprisonment for different terms apart from being awarded imprisonment for life, the Court can, legitimately direct that the prisoner shall first undergo the term sentence before the commencement of his life sentence. The statement is 


2. Which of the following is correct under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015? When any person, who is apparently a child and is alleged to have committed a bailable or non-bailable offence, is apprehended or detained by the police or appears or brought before a Board:-   


3. Which of the following High Courts, in May 2015, held that, “being Maoist is not a crime”? 


4. For the purpose of section…………………. “private act” includes an act of watching carried out in a place which, in the circumstances, would reasonably be expected to provide privacy and where the victim’s genitals, posterior or breasts are exposed or covered only in underwear; or the victim is using a lavatory; or the victim is doing a sexual act that is not of a kind ordinarily done in public.  


5. As per Schedule 1 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 if it is not specifically mentioned whether an offence under a special enactment is cognizable or not, an offence punishable with imprisonment for less than …………………. years is noncognizable 


6.  In juristic concept ………………… represents the physical aspect of crime.


7. Expressions ‘proved’ and ‘disproved’ are based on …………….. 


8. A decree, when an adjudication completely disposes of the suit, is ……. 


9. When the provisions of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 are inconsistent with any usage or custom of trade then 


10. The principle embodied in section 43 of the Transfer of Property Act is 



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