Minor Acts Past Papers 

Paper# 1

Subject: Minor Acts

Time Allowed: 3 hours

Max Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all selecting TWO questions each from Part-A & Part-B and ONE question from Part-C. All questions carry equal marks

 

PART-A

Q#1. What do you mean by an ‘award’? Is court empowered to amend an award? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. Who is an Arbitrator? Discuss powers of an Arbitrator.

Q#3. Can a landlord interfere with the amenities enjoyed by the Tenant under the terms of rent deed? If so, state the circumstances.

Q#4. What is fair rent? Explain the procedure for the determination of Fair Rent.

PART-B

Q#5. Discuss the procedure for refund of court fee paid on Memorandum of Appeal and on Application of Review of judgment.

Q#6. What are Multifarious Suits? Discuss in detail.

Q#7. Critically examine and analyze object and scope of Suit Valuation Act, 1887.

Q#8. Write a detailed note on Section 8 & 9 of the Suit Valuation Act, 1887.

PART-C

Q#9. What instruments are chargeable with duty under the provisions of Stamp Act, 1899? Discuss in detail.

Q#10. Write a brief note on the offences and penalties under the Stamp Act, 1899 with particular reference to the procedure for commencement of the prosecution and the Court and place of trial.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper# 2

Subject: Minor Acts

Time Allowed: 3 hours

Max Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all selecting TWO questions each from Part-A & Part-B and ONE question from Part-C. All questions carry equal marks

 

PART-A

Q#1. Define an arbitration Agreement. Discuss competency of Suit during its existence.

Q#2. Can an award be changed after making it Rule of Court? Explain in detail.

Q#3. What procedure is available for filing of an application before the Rent Tribunal?

Q#4. Write down the obligations of Landlord and Tenant.

PART-B

Q#5. Explain the concept of court fee at punitive rate.

Q#6. Are the provisions of Section 7 of the Court Fee Act computing value of court fee comprehensive and cover all types of suits? Discuss.

Q#7. Discuss the procedure for raising an objection against valuation of a suit or appeal to the court of appeal.

Q#8. The valuation for the purpose of jurisdiction is quite distinct from its valuation for fiscal purpose of court fee. Discuss.

PART-C

Q#9. Practically, every document is required to be stamped under Section 3 of the Stamp Act, 1899. Discuss with reference to the exceptions.

Q#10. What is receipt? Discuss fully the penalty for refusal to give receipt and also write the devices to evade duty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper# 3

Subject: Minor Acts

Time Allowed: 3 hours

Max Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all selecting TWO questions each from Part-A & Part-B and ONE question from Part-C. All questions carry equal marks

 

PART-A

Q#1. What do you mean by an ‘award’? Is court empowered to amend an award? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. Who is an Arbitrator? Discuss powers of an Arbitrator.

Q#3. How a tenancy is created? Discuss in detail the contents of a tenancy agreement.

Q#4. What is the effect of appearance/non-appearance of parties before a Rent Tribunal?

PART-B

Q#5. Discuss the procedure for refund of court fee paid on Memorandum of Appeal and on Application of Review of judgment.

Q#6. What are Multifarious Suits? Discuss in detail.

Q#7. Critically examine and analyze object and scope of Suit Valuation Act, 1887.

Q#8. Write a detailed note on Section 8 & 9 of the Suit Valuation Act, 1887.

PART-C

Q#9. What instruments are chargeable with duty under the provisions of Stamp Act, 1899? Discuss in detail.

Q#10. Write a brief note on the offences and penalties under the Stamp Act, 1899 with particular reference to the procedure for commencement of the prosecution and the Court and place of trial.

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