Law of Contract Past Papers

Paper #1

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt SIX questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part-I (15 Marks each) and ONE question from Part-II. (20 Marks each)

 

Part I

Q#1. Define consideration. What are the exceptions to the rule “an agreement without consideration is void”?

Q#2. What are the essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#3. What is meant by “Quasi Contracts”? Discuss in the light of relevant provisions of Contract Act. 1

Q#4. Define Guarantee. What are the rights of a Surety?

Q#5. Define Bailment. What are the rights and duties of a Bailey?

Q#6. What are the rules relating to “Appropriation of payments” provided in Contract Act?

Q#7. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract?

Q#8. What are the agreements which have been expressly declared void?

Part II

Q#9. Define Condition and Warranty? Distinguish between two.

Q#10. Define “Sale” and “Agreement to sell” and distinguish between two.

Part III

Q#11. Define Partnership. Why sharing of profit is essential but sharing of less is not?

Q#12. What are the rights and duties of a partner?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #2

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I

Q#1. Define consideration. What are the exceptions to the rule “an agreement without consideration |s void”?

Q#2. What are the essentials of a vatid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#3. What is meant by “Quasi Contracts? Discuss in the fight of relevant provisions of Contract Act.

Q#4. Define Guarantee. What are the rights of a Surety?

Q#5. Define Bailment. What are the rights and duties of a Bailec?

Q#6. What are the rules retating to “Appropriation of payments” provided in Contract Act?

Q#7. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract?

Q#8. What are the agreements which have been expressly deciared void?

Part Il

Q#9. Define Condition and Warranty? Distinguish between two.

Q#10. Define “Sale and “Agreement to sell” and distinguish between two.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #3

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt SIX questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part-I (15 Marks each) and ONE question from Part-II. (20 Marks each)

 

Part I

Q#1. “Every Contract is an agreement, but every agreement is not a contract”. Discuss in the light of essentials of a valid contract.

Q#2. Who is the competent to make a Contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#3. Define free consent. What are the factors which affect the free consent?

Q#4. What are the agreements which have been expressly declared void?

Q#5. What are different remedies for breach of Contract provided in Contract Act?

Q#6. Under what circumstances a person can enforce his right even without a formal contract. Discuss in the light of relevant provisions of contract Act 1872.

Q#7. Define bailment. What are the rights and duties of a bailey?

Q#8. What are different modes of creation and termination of agency?

Part II

Q#9. Define Sale and agreement to sell. What is distinction between two?

Q#10. Who is “Unpaid Setier”? What are his rights against goods?

Part ill

Q#11. Define “Partnership”. What are its essential elements? Discuss in detail

Q#12. What are different modes of dissolution of partnership?

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #4

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I

Q#1. What are the essentials of a valid Contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. What Considerations and Objects are lawful and what not? Discuss.

Q#3. Define Coercion and undue influence and distinguish between two.

Q#4. Define consideration. What are the exceptions to the rule that an agreement without consideration is void?

Q#5. ‘What is meant by “Contingent Contracts”? What are the rules of their enforcement?

Q#6. Define Indemnity and Guarantee and distinguish between two.

Q#7. Define bailment. What are the rights and duties of a bailey?

Q#8. Define Contract of Agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

Part II

Q#9. Define Condition and Warranty? Distinguish between two.

Q#10. When a non-owner can make a valid contract of sale of Goods?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #5

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I Contract Act

Q#1. Alt contracts are agreement but alt agreements are not contracts. Discuss with reference to the essentials of a valid contract.

Q#2. Every person is not competent to contract. Discuss in the light of rules regarding Capacity of parties provided in Contract Act 1872.

Q#3. Define coercion and undue influence and distinguish between two.

Q#4. What is meant by unlawful consideration and object? What is their effect in the Process of formation of contract?

Q#5. “Agreement which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable” Discuss with reference to the provisions regarding subsequent Possibility of performance of a contract.

Q#6. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#7. Define indemnity and guarantee. When surety is discharged from liability?

Q#8. Define agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

Part Il Sale of Goods Act.

Q#9. Define sale and agreement to sell and distinguish between the two.

Q#10. Who is Unpaid Seller? What are his rights provided in Sale of Good Act?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #6

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I Contract Act

Q#1. What are essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. Every person is not competent to contract. Discuss in the light of rules regarding capacity of parties provided in Contract Act 1872

Q#3. Define fraud and misrepresentation and distinguish between two.

Q#4. Contract Act 1872 has expressly declared certain agreements as void. What are those agreements? Discuss in detail.

Q#5. What are the rules relating to appropriation of payments provided in Contract Act?

Q#6. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#7. There are certain relations where parties can enforce their rights even without a formal contract. Discuss in the light of relevant provision of Contract Act.

Q#8. Define bailment. What are the rights and duties of a bailey?

Part II Sale of Goods Act.

Q#9. Define condition and warranty. What are the implied conditions provided in Sale of Goods Act?

Q#10. “No one can transfer a better title than he himself possess”. Discuss the exceptions to the above rule.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #7

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I CONTRACT ACT

Q#1. All contracts are agreement but all agreements are not contract. Discuss with reference to the essentials of a valid contract.

Q#2. Define free consent. What are the factors which affect the free consent?

Q#3. What is meant by unlawful consideration and object? What is their effect in the process of formation of a contract?

Q#4. “Agreement which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable” Discuss with reference to the provisions regarding subsequent possibility of performance of a contract.

Q#5. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#6. Define indemnity and guarantee. When surety is discharged from liability?

Q#7. Define bailment. What are the rights and duties of a bailey?

Q#8. How Contract of agency is created and terminated?

PART II TWO SALE OF GOODS ACT

Q#9. Define sale and agreement to sell and distinguish between the two.

Q#10. Who is Unpaid Seller? What are his rights provided in Sale of Goods Act?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #8

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I CONTRACT ACT

Q#1. What are the essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. Every person is not competent to contract. Discuss in the light of rules regarding capacity of parties provided in Contract Act 1872.

Q#3. Define coercion and undue influence and distinguish between two?

Q#4. Contract Act 1872 has expressly declared certain agreements as void. What are those agreements? Discuss in detail.

Q#5. What are the rules relating to appropriation of payments provided in Contract Act 1872?

Q#6. Define indemnity and guarantee and distinguish between two

Q#7. Define agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

Q#8. What are the rights and duties of a finder of lost goods provided under Contract Act 1872?

PART TWO SALE OF GOODS ACT

Q#9. Define condition and warranty. What are the implied conditions provided in Sale of Goods Act?

Q#10. Who is Unpaid Seller? What are his rights provided in Sale of Goods Act?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #9

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I Contract Act

Q#1. What are essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. “Every person is not competent to contract’. Discuss in the light of rules regarding capacity of parties provided in Contract Act 1872.

Q#3. Define coercion and undue influence and distinguish between two.

Q#4. Contract Act 1872 has expressly declared certain agreements as void. What are those agreements? Discuss in detail.

Q#5. “Agreement which ceases to be enforceable by law becomes void when it ceases to be enforceable”. Discuss with reference to the provisions regarding subsequent possibility of performance of a contract.

Q#6. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#7. Define indemnity and guarantee and distinguish between two.

Q#8. Define agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

PART II Sale of Goods Act.

Q#9. Define sale and agreement to sell and distinguish between the two.

Q#10. Define condition and warranty. What are the implied conditions provided in Sale of Goods Act?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #10

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

Part I

Q#1. “Every Contract is an agreement, but every agreement is not a contract”. Discuss in the light of essentials of a valid contract.

Q#2. Whois the competent to make a Contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#3. Define free consent, What are the factors which affect the free consent?

Q#4. What are the agreements which have been expressly declared void?

Q#5. What are different remedies for breach of Contract provided in Contract Act?

Q#6. Under what circumstances a person can enforce his right even without a formal contract. Discuss in the light of relevant provisions of contract Act 1872.

Q#7. Define bailment. What are the rights and duties of a bailey?

Q#8. What are different modes of creation and termination of agency?

Part ll

Q#9. Define Sale and agreement to sell. What is distinction between two?

Q#10. Who is “Unpaid Seller”? What are his rights against goods?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #11

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

PART I (Contract Act)

Q#1. What are the essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. What considerations and objects are lawful and what not? Discuss.

Q#3. Define consideration. What are the exceptions to the rule that an agreement without consideration is void?

Q#4. What is meant by “Contingent Contracts”? What are the rules of their enforcement?

Q#5. What is meant by unlawful consideration and object? What is their effect in the process of formation of contract?

Q#6. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#7. How Contract of agency is created and terminated?

Q#8. What are the rights and duties of a finder of lost goods provided under Contract Act?

PART-II (Sale of Goods Act)

Q#9. Define condition and warranty? Distinguish between two?

Q#10. When a non-owner can make a valid contract of sale of Goods?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #12

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

PART I CONTRACT ACT

Q#1. What are the essentials of a valid contract? Discuss in detail.

Q#2. Define free consent. What are the factors which affect the free consent?

Q#3. What is meant by unlawful consideration and object? What ts their effect in the process of formation of contract?

Q#4. Define contingent contract. Discuss the rules of their enforcement.

Q#5. What remedies are available to an aggrieved person for breach of contract? Discuss In detail.

Q#6. There are certain relations where parties can enforce their rights even without a formal contract. Discuss in the fight of relevant provision of Contract Act.

Q#7. Define indemnity and guarantee. When surety is discharged from liability?

Q#8. Define agency. What are the rights and duties of an agent?

PART TWO SALE OF GOODS ACT

Q#9. Define condition and warranty. What are the implied conditions provided in Sale of Goods Act?

Q#10. Who Is Unpaid Seller? What are his rights provided in Sale of Goods Act?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper #13

Subject: Law of Contract

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 100

NOTE: Attempt FIVE questions in all, selecting FOUR questions from Part I and ONE question from Part IT. All questions carry equal marks

 

PART I (LAW OF CONTRACT)

Q#1. According to section 10 of Contract Act, 1872 “All agreements are contracts, if they are made by the free consent of the parties, competent to contract, for a lawful consideration with a lawful object, and not hereby expressly to be void. Where necessary, the agreements must satisfy their requirements of law regarding writing, attestation of registration”. Interpret the statement with the help of examples.

Q#2. Explain the principles in the light of section 4 and section 5 of Contract Act, relating to communication of offer, acceptance and revocation.

Q#3. Who is competent to make a contract? Explain the legal position of contract with persons disqualified by law.

Q#4. Define the term “misrepresentation”? Explain the essentials of misrepresentation and its effect on a contract.

Q#5. Explain an agreement in restraint of trade What are the exceptions to this agreement? Elaborate in the context of section 27 of Contract Act.

Q#6. Discuss the various modes in which a contract may be discharged and refer the examples to explain these modes.

Q#7: Enumerate the rights and duties of bailey?

Q#8. Give a brief note on Contract of Indemnity and a Contract of Guarantee. Also differentiate between them.

Part-II [Law of Sale of Goods}

Q#9. “What do you understand by phrase “Doctrine of Caveat Emptor?” Explain the exceptions to this doctrine in the light of relevant provisions of Sale of Goods Act, 1930.

Q#10. How the sale is different from agreement to sell? Give the solid reasons.

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