Family Law 2 solved MCQs

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1. According to Hindu Marriage Act marriage istermed as

a. a contract

B. a sacrament

c. agreement

d. settlement.

2. How to become a Hindu?

a. By conversion

B. By Saptapadi

c. Datta Homam

d. Nupital fire.

3. Section 26 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 provides

a. Custody of minor children

B. Adoption

c. inheritance

d. Right in mothers womb.

4. Under which section of Hindu Marriage act included prohibited relationships?

a. Section 3 (e)

B. Section 3 (f)

c. Section 3(d)

d. Section 3(g).

5. The marriage may be solemnized betweentwo Hindus if

a. bride completes the age of 18 years and bridegroom completes the age of 21 years

B. bride completes the age of 21years and bridegroom completes the age of 18 years

c. bride completes the age of 14 years and bridegroom completes the age of 18 years

d. bride completes the age of 18 years and bridegroom completes the age of 18 years .

6. Bigamy laws are not applicable to

a. Hindus

B. Muslims

c. Sikhs

d. Jains

7. The Hindu Succession Act,2005, abolishes

a. the doctrine of the right survivorship

B. untouchability

c. Sati System

d. caste system.

8. Bigamy under the Hindu Marriage act,1955 includes

a. patriachal and patrilocal

B. matriachal and matrilocal

c. Polygamy and polyandry

d. Polygamy.

9. Desertion is a

a. total repudiation of obligation of marriage.

B. Cruelty

c. Renounced the world by entering religious order.

d. heard of being as alive for a period of seven years.

10. Which of the following is provided in the section 7 of Hindu Marriage act?

a. Registration

B. ceremonies of a Hindu Marriage

c. Adoption of child

d. Void marriages.

11. Presumption that the younger survived the elder under section 21 of Hindu Succestion Act 2005 is

a. Presumption of fact

B. Presumption of fact and law.

c. Rebuttable presumption of law.

d. Irrebuttable presumption of law.

12. Which of the following is correct with respect to Section 5(i) of Hindu marriage Act 1955?

a. neither party has a spouse living at the time of marriage

B. neither party has a living children at the time of marriage

c. Husband should not have a spouse at the time of marriage

d. wife should not have a spouse at the time of marriage.

13. Section 14 of the Hindu Succession Act2005 applies to

a. movable property

B. Immovable property

c. Immovable and movable property

d. Public property.

14. Section 8 of Hindu Marriage Act 1955 relates to

a. Celebration of marriages

B. Dowry

c. Registration of Hindu marriages

d. Restitution of Conjugal rights.

15. ‘Heir’ has been defined under:

a. Section 3(d) of the Hindu Succession Act

B. Section 3(e) of the Hindu Succession Act

c. Section 3(f) of the Hindu Succession Act

d. Section 3(g) of the Hindu Succession Act.

16. A share to which an aliene of an interest of a coparcener is entitled is the share which the alienor is entitled on.

a. date of alienation

B. the date of suit

c. The date of the decree

d. as directed by the court.

17. A coparcener has

a. a right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property but subject to the consent to all other coparceners.

B. a right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property generally

c. no right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property

d. A coparcener can renounce his interest in the coparcenary property in favouur of any one coparcener

18. Who amongst the following has a right to challenge the alienation of joint hindu property

a. a coparcener in the womb at the time of alienation

B. a coparcener conceived and born after the alienation

c. an adopted son , adopted after the alienation

d. a stranger on behalf of adopted son

19. Alienation by the karta without legal necessity or the benefit of estate is

a. Valid

B. Voidable at the ‘instance of any coparcener

c. Voidable at the instance of the alienee

d. Void abinitio.

20. An alienee-purchaser of an undivided share or a coparcener is

a. entitled to the mesne profits from the date of is purchase , till the date of decree

B. entitled to the mesne profits from the date of his purchase , till the date of the suit

c. not entitled to the mesne profits from the date of his purchase, till the date of the decree

d. not entitled to the mesne profits from the date of his purchase , till the date of the suit

21. Each son acquires at his birth an equal interest with his father in all ancestral property held by the father under

a. Mitakshara law

B. Dayabhaga law

c. Mitakshara law and dayabhaga law

d. Hindu Succession law.

22. Father under the Dayabhaga law,can dispose of the ancestral property by

a. sale

B. gift

c. will

d. Sale, gift and will.

23. on the death of father, the sons under the Dayabhaga law, take the ancestral property as

a. joint tenants

B. tenants in common

c. as per the law of primo geniture

d. joint tenants or tenants in common as per the consent of all.

24. kartas power of alienation of ancestral property are

a. wider than that of karta under the Mitakshara law

B. restricted then that of karta under Mitakshara law

c. same as that of karta under Mitakshara law

d. wider in certain respects and restricted in certain others, than that of karta under the Mitakshara law.

25. A hindu male is under a pious obligation to pay the private debts of his

a. father

B. grand father

c. great grand father

d. Father, grandfather and great grand father

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