The Hindu Law Mains Question Answer Series 5, includes a comprehensive set of questions for Hindu Law.

The Hindu Law Mains Question Answer Series 5, includes a comprehensive set of questions for Hindu Law, including modules such as Joint Hindu Family, Coparcener and Coparcenary Property.

Legal Bites presents Part V of the Hindu Law Mains Questions Series. The questions listed here, which are arranged by section, will help students study for Judiciary, APO, or University Exams. Candidates can use Legal Bites' list of questions to help them determine the most important and often asked questions and practice their aptitude and knowledge.

Answering questions is a continuous process that is an inevitable component of any test preparation, as we all know. A well-written response displays not just a candidate's knowledge but also his or her ability to tailor the content to the question's requirements.

It is vital to prepare for this exam to pass it thoroughly. To attain mastery over the subjects studied, applicants only need to keep practicing these questions in the months coming up to the examinations. Following it, the candidate's confidence level, as well as their scores, will vastly improve.

Hindu Law Mains Question Answer Series 5

Question 1

What do you mean by 'pious obligation theory'? discuss the liability of a son to pay off his father's debt. [UPJS 2018]

Question 2

Critically examine the doctrine of Antecedent Debt under Hindu law. Is this doctrine affected in any way by the Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005? [HJS 2006]

Question 3

State concisely what do you understand by:-Pious obligation of a Hindu son to pay debts of his deceased father, when no property is inherited from the father. [DJS 1980]

Question 4

Trace the development of law on Mitakshara coparcenary and the state as to how has the Hindu Succession Act. Effected the Mistakshara Coparcenary in 2005? [HJS 2019]

Question 5

Define gift Can a karta of a joint family gift co-parcenary property? Explain. [UPJS 2018]

Question 6

Explain the points of difference between the Mitakshara and the Dayabhaga with regards to the law of coparcenary interest of a Hindu. [BJS 1975, 1991]

Question 7

State fully the Law regarding the remedies available to a creditor against the undivided coparcenary interest of a Hindu. [BJS 1978]

Question 8

Explain how coparcenary property is held in collective ownership by all the coparceners in a quasi-corporate capacity. State the incidents of coparcenary property with the help of an illustration. [BJS 1977]

Question 9

What is the distinction between a 'Joint Hindu Family' and a Coparcenary? Give some illustrations in support of your answer. [BJS 1986]

Question 10

Explain 'Hindu Coparcenary'. Show how it is formed and enumerate the rights of a coparcener. [BJS 2000]

Question 11

Write short notes on “The Doctrine of Factum Valet”.

Question 12

Krishna and Kajal married each other in 2010. Kajal was 16 years old when she got married and Krishna was 25. Despite repeated attempts by Krishna to consummate the marriage with his wife, the couple failed to do so because of Kajal’s strong resistance and unwillingness. After three years of marriage, Krishna sought termination of the marriage. Medical records revealed that Kajal was a perfectly normal woman biologically and that her resistance to intercourse is only psychological. What are the remedies available under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 if Krishna wants to terminate his marriage with Kajal?

Question 13

‘A’ a Hindu died in 1948 leaving behind his wife ‘W’, who took her husband’s properties as a limited owner. In 1954 “W” made a gift of some lands to her niece ‘B’, ‘C’ a collateral of ‘A' and presumptive reversioner sued for a declaration that the gift to ‘B’ is not binding on him. In 1959 ‘W’ adopted ‘B’s son ‘P’. Later in the same year ‘W’ died, ‘C’ sued for possession of land. Decide the case with the help of judicial precedents.

Question 14

What is Avyavaharik debt? When debt becomes Avyavaharik? Discuss the law regarding such debts.[UPJS 2023]

Question 15

"Hindu law is not lex loci.” – Explain. [UPJS 2023]

Updated On 8 Sep 2023 1:22 PM GMT
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