Past Papers Law of Civil Procedure

Paper# 1

Subject: Law of Civil Procedure

Time Allowed: 3 hours

Max Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting THREE questions from Part-I and ONE question each from Part-II and ONE question from Part-III. All questions carry equal marks.

 

PART-I

Q#1. What do you understand by the territorial and pecuniary jurisdiction of the Civil Courts?

Q#2. What are the conditions necessary for the application of Doctrine of Res-Judicate? Discuss Elaborately.

Q#3. Who can institute a suit in case of a public nuisance? Describe the procedure provided for the institution of this suit. Whether the procedure provided thereof affects or limits the right of a private individual?

Q#4. Can a suit be instituted against the Government or against a public Officer without delivery of a notice under Section 80 of Civil Procedure Code? Explain the object of such a notice and consequences of its non-delivery before the institution of the suit.

Q#5. What is an appeal? Does an appeal lie against the consent Decree? If not, state exceptions, if any.

Q#6- Discuss in detail the law relating to the awarding of compensatory costs.

PART-II

Q#7. What is a representative suit? Write a detailed note highlighting the salient features and requirements of such a suit.

Q#8. What are Issues in a suit? State the powers of a court in framing, adding and striking out the issues.

Q#9. Discuss elaborately the procedure if a party to suit wants to summon the witnesses through the process of Court.

Q#10. State the grounds on which a plaintiff way withdraw from the suit with permission of the court to bring the fresh suit on the same Cause of action. Does the permission granted by court extend the period of limitation for fresh suit?

PART-III

Q#11. When time has once begum to run, no subsequent disability to sue stops it. Comment.

Q#12. Discuss in detail the effect of fraud on the period of Limitation.

 

 

 

Paper# 2

Subject: Law of Civil Procedure

Time Allowed: 3 hours

Max Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting THREE questions from Part-I and ONE question each from Part-II and ONE question from Part-III. All questions carry equal marks.

 

PART-I

Q#1. Write an exhaustive note on the definition of term “Decree” and distinguish it from “Judgment” and “Order”.

Q#2. How can a person challenge the validity of judgment, decree or order which is obtained through fraud or mis-representation or which is bad for want of jurisdiction?

Q#3. Discuss the general powers of the High Court and District Court to transfer the cases from one court to another Court.

Q#4. Can a suit be instituted against the Government or against a public Officer without delivery of a notice under Section 80 of Civil Procedure Code? Explain the objects of such a notice, and consequences of its non-delivery before the institution of the suit.

Q#5. Can a money decree be executed against the legal representative & deceased Judgment-debtor? If so, to what extent.

Q#6. What is an appeal? Does an appeal lie against the consent decree? If not, state exceptions, if any.

PART-II

  1. When can a court pass ex-parte decree against the defendant? What are the remedies available in law to the defendant against the ex-parte decree ?
  2. State the grounds on which a plaintiff may withdraw from the suit with permission of the court to bring the fresh suit on the same cause of action.
  3. State the circumstances under which the appointment of a “Receiver” is made by the court. Also state the powers and

Duties of the Receiver towards the property for which his appointment as Receiver is made.

  1. Can additional evidence be produced in appellate court? If so, how and under what circumstances?

PART-III

  1. When once time has begun to run, no subsequent disability to sue stops it. Discuss elaborately.
  2. What is the duty of the court when suit instituted, appeal preferred and application made before it is barred by time?
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