Past Papers Equity in Law

Paper #1

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions selecting ONE question from Part-I, III and IV and TWO questions from Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

Part I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. He who Seeks equity, must come with clean hands. Discuss

Q#2. Explain any ONE of the following:

(a) Origin and Growth of Equity

(b) Delay defeats equity

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#3. Discuss the procedure for the recovery of immovable property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q#4. What arc rights of a bona fide purchaser against vendor having imperfect title?

Q#5. What is rectification and on what principles it is based? Also explain when instruments may be rectified?

Q#6. Discuss in detail the circumstances when a court may grant perpetual injunction.

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q#7. How a trust is created and what are the requisites for the creation of a trust?

Q#8. Discuss the powers and procedure for a court to appoint a new trustee.

Part-IV (Waaf Act)

Q#9. Define and discuss Wagf. What are the valid objects of a Waqf?

Q#10. Who may be appointed rutawalli of wagf property? What are his rights and duties?

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #2

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

Part I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. “Ubi jus hUbi Remedium”. Discuss

Q#2. Delay defeats equity.

Q#3. Where equities are equal, law shall prevail.

Q#4. Explain and illustrate the following:

(a) Growth of Equity

(b) Consolidation of Mortgages

(c) Doctrine of Election

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5.  What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. Discuss the Procedure for the recovery of immovable Property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q#7. What is Rescission of contract and how does this differ from cancellation?

Q#8. When does a court Brant perpetual injunction? Explain the difference between Perpetual and temporary injunction,

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. What are the remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of trust by a trustee?

Q#10. Explain in detail the Extinction of a trust.

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #3

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions selecting ONE question from Part-I, III and IV and TWO questions from Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

Part I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. “Ubi jus hUbi Remedium”. Discuss

Q#2. Explain any ONE of the following:

(a) History and Growth of Equity

(b) Equity acts in person

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#3. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#4. What are the contracts which may in the discretion of the court be specifically enforced? Give examples.

Q#5. What is rectification and on what principles it is based? Also explain when instruments may be rectified?

Q#6. Explain the circumstances where a court may refuse to grant injunction.

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q#7. Explain trust in detail. What are its essentials and when object of a trust is lawful?

Q#8. What are the remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of trust by a trustee?

Part-IV (Waqf Act)

Q#9.  Define and discuss Wagf. What are the valid objects of a Wagf?

Q#10. What are the powers and duties of mutawalli? Discuss in detail.

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #4

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

Part I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy. Discuss

Q#2. He who seeks equity must come with clean hands.

Q#3. Equity acts in persona.

Q#4. Explain and illustrate the following

(a) Doctrine of Election

(b) Set-off

(c) Forfeiture

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. What are the contracts which may in the discretion of the court be specifically enforced? Give examples.

Q#7. What are rights of a bona fide purchaser against vendor having imperfect title?

Q#8. Explain the circumstances where a court may refuse to grant injunction.

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. Explain trust in detail. What are its essentials and when object of a trust is lawful?

Q#10. What are the remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of trust by a trustee?

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #5

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy. Discuss

Q#2. He who seeks equity must come with clean hands. Explain

Q#3. Equity looks on that as done which ought to be done. Discuss

Q#4. Equity acts in personam. Explain

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5. Explain the procedure for recovery of possession of immovable property where a parson is dispossessed from his possession,

Q#6. Court always orders for specific performance as a whole, are there any exceptions to this general rule?

Q#7. What is Rescission of contract and how does this differ from cancellation?

Q#8. Explain the circumstances where court may refuse to Brunt injunction? —

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. What are lawful objects of a trust? What are the effects of an unlawful object? Explain.

Q#10. How the office of a trustee is vacated? What are the ways there that a trustee may be discharged with or without the intervention of court?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #6

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions selecting ONE question from Part-I, III and IV and TWO questions from Part-II, All questions carry equal marks.

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. “Uni jus ibi remedium”, Discuss

Q#2. Delay defeats equity. Explain

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#3. Explain the procedure for recovery of possession of immovable property where a person is dispossessed from his possession.

Q#4. What are the contracts which may in the discretion of that court be specifically enforced. Give examples.

Q#5. When cancellation of an instrument may be ordered. Explain with reference to relevant law.

Q#6. When does a court grant perpetual injunction? Explain the difference between perpetual and temporary injunction.

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#7. What are the remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of trust by a trustee?

Q#8. Explain in detail the Extinction of a trust.

PART-IV (Waaf)

Q#9. What do you mean by waqf Briefly explain the objects, requisites and conditions of a valid wagf.

Q#10. Who can be appointed as mutawalli? Briefly explain the appointment and removal of mutawaili.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #7

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions selecting ONE question from Part-I, III and IV and TWO questions from Part-II, All questions carry equal marks.

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy. Discuss

Q#2 Equity looks on that as dune which ought to be done. Discuss

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#3 Explain the procedure for recovery of possession of immovable property where a person is dispossessed from his possession.

Q#4. Court always orders for specific performance as a No whole, are there any exceptions to this general rule?

Q#5 What is Rescission of contract and how does this differ from cancellation?

Q#6 | Explain the circumstances where court may refuse to grant injunction?

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#7. What are lawful objects of a trust? What are the effects of an unlawful object? Explain.

Q#8 How the office of a trustee is vacated? What are the ways there that a trustee may be discharged with or without the intervention of court?

PART-IV (Waaf)

Q#9. Explain wagf and its essentials. What do you mean by capacity to make wagf? In whose favor wagf can be made?

Q#10. Define and explain Mutawalli. Who are incompetent to be a Mutawalli?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #8

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks..

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity follows the law. Discuss

Q#2. He who seeks equity must do equity. Explain

Q#3. Equity looks into intent rather than the form. Discuss

Q#4. Where equities are equal law shall prevail. Explain

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. Who are the persons entitled to sue for specific performance of contracts?

Q#7. What is rectification and on what principles it is based. Also explain when instruments may be rectified?

Q#8. Give a detailed account of the kinds of injunctions and indicate cases where the court may refuse to grant an injunction.

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. Explain the rights and powers of trustee related to trust property.

Q#10. How a trust is extinguished and in what circumstances trust may be revoked?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #9

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. He who seeks equity must come with clean hands |

Q#2. Equity looks into intent rather than the form

Q#3. Equity acts in personam. Discuss.

Q#4. Write a short note on the followings:

  1. a) Origin of Equity
  2. b) Set-off
  3. c) Doctrine of Conversion

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. Against whom contracts cannot be enforced specifically?

Q#7. When cancellation of an instrument may be ordered. Explain with reference to relevant law

Q#8.  What are rights of bona fide purchaser against vendor ‘having imperfect title?

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. What are lawful objects of a trust? What are the effect of an unlawful object? Explain

Q#10. How the office of a trustee is vacated? What are the ways there that a trustee may be discharged with or without the intervention of court?

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #10

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity follows the law. Discuss.

Q#2. Delay defeats equity. Explain

Q#3. Where equities are equal first in time shall prevail. Discuss

Q#4. Write a short note on the followings:

  1. a) Growth of Equity
  2. b) Doctrine of Election
  3. c) Consolidation of mortgages

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5. Explain the procedure for recovery of possession of movable property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q#6. Who are the persons entitled to sue for specific performance of contracts?

Q#7. What is Rescission of contract and how does this differ from cancellation?

Q#8. What do you understand by injunction? Discuss the circumstances when court may grant perpetual injunction.

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. Define trust. Discuss its various kinds.

Q#10. How trust is extinguished and in what circumstances trust may be revoked?

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #11

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. “Ubi Jus Ibi Remedium”. Explain in the light of Equity’s jurisdiction.

Q#2. Delay defeats Equity. Explain in detail.

Q#3. Where equities are equal first in time shall prevail. Discuss with reference to the doctrine of priorities.

Q#4. Write a short note on the followings:

  1. a) History and growth of Equity |
  2. b) Doctrine of Election
  3. c) Consolidation of mortgages |

PART-II (Specific Relief Act) |

Q#5 Discuss the procedure for the recovery of immovable Property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q#6 Explain who may obtain specific performance of contract.

Q#7 What is rectification and on what principles it is based? Also explain when instruments may be rectified?

Q#8 Under what circumstances does a court grant perpetual injunction? Compare perpetual and temporary injunction.

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. How a trust is created and what are the requisites for the creation of a trust?

Q#10. How the office of a trustee is vacated? What are the ways there that a trustee may be discharged with or without  the intervention of court?

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #12

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity follows the law but not slavishly nor always. Explain the maxim ‘Equity Follaws the Law’ in historical perspective.

Q#2. He who seeks equity must come with clean hands, Explain in detail.

Q#3. Equity acts in personam. Discuss in detail.

Q#4. Write a short note on the followings:

  1. a) Jurisdiction of Equity
  2. b) Doctrine of Priority
  3. c) Set-off of Claims

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5 What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. Court always orders for specific performance as a whole, are there any exceptions to this general rule?

Q#7. What are the rules relating to rescission of contract as laid down in Specific Relief Act? Discuss in detail.

Q#8. Give a detailed account of the kinds of injunctions and indicate cases where the court may refuse to grant an injunction.

PART-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. What are lawful objects of a trust? What are the effects of an unlawful object? Explain.

Q#10. How a trust is extinguished and in what circumstances trust may be revoked.

 

 

 

 

Paper #13

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

Part-I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity will suffer a wrong to be without a remedy. Explain in detail in the light of Equity’s jurisdiction.

Q#2. He who seeks equity must do equity. Explain in detail.

Q#3. Equity looks into intent rather than the form. Explain.

Q#4. Write a short note on the followings:

(a) Maxims of equity and its evolution

(b) Doctrine of Election

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. Discuss the procedure for the recovery of immovable property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q#7. What are the rules relating to rescission of contract as laid down in Specific Relief Act? Discuss in detail.

Q#8. What do you mean by perpetual and temporary injunction? Under what circumstances a court may refuse to grant an injunction?

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q#9. Lawful object is an essential element in a trust. Briefly explain the object of a trust. When the object of a trust is unlawful?

Q#10. Explain in detail the extinction of a trust.

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #14

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART-I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Where there is a right, there is a remedy. Explain.

Q#2. He who seeks equity must come with clean hands. Briefly explain this maxim.

Q#3. Where equities are equal law shall prevail. Explain.

Q#4. Write a short note on the followings:

  1. a) Origin of Equity
  2. b) Doctrine of Priority
  3. c) Forfeiture

PART-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q#5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. For whom contract cannot be enforced specifically? Discuss.

Q#7. When an instrument may be rectified? Discuss the principles of rectification.

Q#8. Briefly explain prohibitory and mandatory injunction. What is a difference between perpetual and temporary injunction? When does a court grant perpetual injunction?

PART-II (Trust Act)

Q#9. How a trust is created and what are the requisites for the creation of a trust?

Q#10. Discuss the rights and powers of trustee with reference to sale of trust property. Do you think that law has imposed certain restriction in this regard? Explain.

 

 

 

 

Paper #15

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART-I (Principles of Equity)

Q#1. Equity follows the law. Explain in detail.

Q#2. Equity looks into intent rather than the form. Explain in detail.

Q#3. Delay defeats equity. Explain in detail.

Q#4. Write a short note on the followings:

  1. a) History and development of equity
  2. b) Jurisdiction of equity

PART-II (SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT)

Q#5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. Discuss the procedure for the recovery of movable property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q#7. What are the rules relating to rectification of instruments as laid down in Specific Relief Act? Discuss in detail.

Q#8. What do you mean by perpetual and temporary injunction? Under what circumstances a court may refuse to grant an injunction?

PART-III (TRUST ACT

Q#9. Lawful object is an essential element in a trust. Briefly explain the object of a trust. When the object of a trust is unlawful?

Q#10. How a trust is vacated? Explain in detail how a new trust is appointed?

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #16

Subject: Equity

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions by selecting ONE question from Part III and TWO questions from Part-I &Part-II, All questions carry equal 20 marks.

 

PART-I (PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY)

Q#1. Write a short note on the following:

  1. a) History and growth of equity
  2. b) Doctrine of Election
  3. c) Set-off of claims

Q#2. He who seeks equity must come with clean hands. Explain

Q#3. Delay defeats equity. Discuss

Q#4. Where equities are equal law shall prevail. Explain

PART-II (SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT)

Q#5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q#6. What is “Discretion”? Discuss discretion as to decree specific performance.

Q#7. When cancellation of an instrument may be ordered. Explain with reference to relevant law.

Q#8. Give a detailed account of the kinds of injunctions and indicate cases where the court may refuse to grant an injunction.

PART-III (TRUST ACT)

Q#9. Explain the rights and powers of trustee related to trust property.

Q#10. How a trust is extinguished and in what circumstances trust may be revoked?

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