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International Law Solved MCQs Past Papers CSS PMS NTS LLB LLm Entry Test Preparation

(1) Number of Judges of International Court of Justice is
(a) Nine
(b) Twelve
(c) Fifteen
(d) None of these

(2) Permanent Court of International Justice was established under
(a) League of Nations
(b) UNO
(c) European Union
(d) None of these

(3) Pacta Sunt Servanda means
(a) Treaties between states are to be respected
(b) An unwanted person
(c) International Law must be honoured
(d) None of these

(4):Headquarters of International Court of Justice is in
(a) Hague
(b) Geneva
(c) New York
(d) None of these

(5) Persona Non Gruta means
(a) Impracticable article of international law
(b) A fugitive criminal
(c) A person refused for asylum
(d) None of these

(6) Father of the Law of Nations is
(a) Grotius
(b) Hegel
(c) Anziloei
(d) None of these

(7) Principles Jes Soli means
(a) Grant of nationality on the basis of place birth
(b) Grant of nationality on the basis of blood relationship
(c) Grant of nationality through naturalization
(d) None of these

(8) Much of international law is derived through analogy from
(a) Islamic law
(b) Christian Law
(c) Roman law
(d) None of these

(9) Vienna Convention on Law of Treaties was signed in
(a) 1961
(b) 1945
(c) 1927
(d) None of these (1969)

(10) Truce mean
(a) A temporary arrangement between the belligerent parties for cessation of hostilities
(b) Any peace treaty to end a war
(c) No War Pact
(d) None of these

(11) Declaration is a treaty between the contracting parties which
(a) is always subject to ratification
(b) is not needed to be ratified
(c) may or not be subject to be ratification
(d) None of these

(12) Diplomatic Protection means a protection and security granted
(a) to a diplomat by UNO
(b) by a state to its national abroad
(c) by a State to a person seeking asylum
(d) None of these

(13) Kellog Briand Pact or Paris Peace Treaty was signed in
(a) 1945
(b) 1928
(c) 1919
(d) None of these

(14) Recognition of new States is a matter of
(a) International law
(b) Constitutional law
(c) Policy of the State
(d) None of these

(15) Grant of extra-territorial asylum in a legation:
(a) is a part of customary international law
(b) is a part of Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 1961
(c) depends on circumstances
(d) None of these

(16) To get asylum in a foreign state by an individual
(a) is his basic right
(b) is not his right
(c) depends on circumstances
(d) None of these

(17) Diplomatic envoys in the receiving state are given immunity from
(a) Civil jurisdiction
(b) Criminal jurisdiction
(c) Both criminal and civil jurisdiction
(d) None of these

(18) Territorial sea of a State is under
(a) its total control
(b) its control, but subject to certain international obligations
(c) its control, only for exploration of mineral resources
(d) None of these

(19) Genocide Convention was adopted by the UN General Assembly in:
(a) 1945
(b) 1950
(c) 1960
(d) None of these

(20) Bynkershock principle is related to:
(a) Measurement of maritime belt
(b) Contiguous zone
(c) Extradition of criminals
(d) None of these

1. One of the modes of acquiring state territory is:
(a) Jurisdicition
(b) occupation
(c) insurjency (d)
Non of these

2. The name of the present secretary general of the UN is:
(a) Kofi Anaan
(b) Boutros gali
(c) Ban ke Mon
(d)

Non of these

3. The preamble to the universal declariation on human rights was adopted on:
(a) 12 jan 1949
(b) 10 Dec 1948
(c) 6th Aug 1947
(d) Non of these

4. The right of innocent passage means:
(a) right of a foreign merchant ship to pass un-hindered through the territorial sea of the cost
(b) Not to publicize dangers to navigation in the sea
(c) To over look regulations of marri-time traffic
(d) Non of these

5. The basic frame work for the nature and characteristics of treaties was defined in the:
(a) Vinnea convention on the law of treaties 1969
(b) Geneva connvention on the high seas 1958
(c) Vinnea convention on the law of treaties 1986
(d) Non of these

6. With drawal of recognition is more easily achieved with respect to:
(a) Defact recognition
(b) Collective Recognition
(c) Implied Recognition
(d) Non of these

7. The father of International Law is:
(a) David Dudley field
(b) Hugo Grotius
(c) Geremy bentham
(d) Non of these

8. Internal waters of a state are, such waters which are:
(a) found on the land-ward side of base line from which the territorial sea is measured.
(b) Adjusant to the exculsive fisheries zone.
(c) waters flowing into the high sea’s
(d) Non of these

9. The doctrine of open sea was eloborated by:
(a) Blunt schilli
(b) Pufendorf
(c) Grotius
(d) Non of these

10. According to article 3 of the 1982 convention on the law of the sea the breadth of the territorial sea is:
(a) 10 miles
(b) 12 miles
(c) 14 miles
(d) Non of these

11. The term Men of War signifies:
(a) Military personal
(b) A warship
(c) An aircraft carrier
(d) Non of these

12. The number of judges constituting the international court of justice are:
(a) 15
(b) 12
(c) 10
(d) Non of these

13. Terra Nullius means:
(a) Island in the sea
(b) No territory
(c) Territory belonging to no state
(d) Non of these

14. The Acroniyum WMD stands for:
(a) Western missile defense
(b) Weapons of mass distruction(c) World metrological Department
(d) Non of these

15. Hot persuit is the principle designed to ensure:
(a) Vessiles voilating rules of coastal state cannot escape punishment by fleeing to high sea’s
(b) Capture
(c) Cancellation of Registration
(d) Non of these

16. Piracy, according to law of sea convention 1982 is:
(a) An illegal act by crew of private ship on the high sea’s.
(b) An act of sabotage
(c) Act permisible in certain cases
(d) Non of these

17. The general assembly of the UN is :
(a) The most powerful organ
(b) A supervisory body
(c) An elected House
(d) Non of these

18. The charter of the UN is a comprehensive document having:
(a) 112 articles
(b) 111 articles
(c) 108 articles
(d) Non of these

19. One of the amicable means of settling state disputes is:
(a) Concillation
(b) Blockade
(c) War
(d) Non of these

20. The bulk of the rules of International law are derived from:
(a) Judicial decisions
(b) work of publicites
(c) Customs
(d) Non of these

 

Muslim Law Jurisprudence Solved MCQs Past Papers CSS PMS NTS LLB LLm Entry Test Preparation

1. Sale of goods for goods is:
(a) Muraba
(b) Muqayada
(c) Musawama
(d) None of these

2. The four schools of thought were founded during the reign of:
(a) Abbasids
(b) Mughals
(c) Fatimids
(d) None of these

3. Book by Imam Bukhari contains about ______ authentic traditions:
(a) 7000
(b) 9700
(c) 12500
(d) None of these

4. Status of a Mufti used to be that of a:
(a) Draftsman
(b) Legislator
(c) Law Officer
(d) None of these

5. Analogy is rule of ______:
(a) Deduction
(b) Interpretation
(c) Translation
(d) None of these

6. Atonement for the non-discharge of an obligation is ______:
(a) Khiraj
(b) Kafarat
(c) Ta’azir
(d) None of these

7. Revelation is the ______ source of Islmaic law:
(a) Only
(b) Secondary
(c) Primary
(d) None of these

8. There are ______ Sunni Schools of law:
(a) 3
(b) 5
(c) 7
(d) None of these

9. A woman is disqualified for the office of a Qadi according to ______ :
(a) Shafi’s
(b) Hanafis
(c) Malikis
(d) None of these

10. The application of Muhammadan Law to non-muslims is entirely______ :
(a) Personal
(b) Customary
(c) Arbitrary
(d) None of these

11. Shariat Application Act 1962 deals with ______ :
(a) Customary Law
(b) Legislative Law
(c) Personal Law
(d) None of these

12. Each heir is liable to the debts of a deceased ______ :
(a) Exclusively
(b) Severally
(c) Not beyond 1/3
(d) None of these

13. Which of these properties is not heritable:
(a) Movable
(b) Ancestral
(c) Self acquired
(d) None of these

14. Deceased survived by son’s son and a daughter. Daughter will get______ :
(a) 1/2
(b) 1/3
(c) 1/4
(d) None of these

15. A minor of sound mind is capable of disposing of his property by will to the extent of:
(a) 1/3
(b) Full
(c) 3/4
(d) None of these

16. A gift of unborn person is ______ :
(a) Valid
(b) Void
(c) Voidable
(d) None of these

17. Talab-e-Mowasbat is made ______ :
(a) Before sale
(b) Before court
(c) Before decree
(d) None of these

18. A marriage with a woman before completion of her Iddat is ______ :
(a) Irregular
(b) Void
(c) Voidable
(d) None of these

19. Legitimacy may be presumed from ______ :
(a) Presumptive marriage
(b) Custom
(c) School certificate
(d) None of these

20. Failing the mother, the custody of a boy under the age of seven years belongs to:
(a) Father
(b) Paternal uncle
(c) Brother’s wife
(d) None of these

(1)Who established a prison-house for malefactors?
(a) Hazrat Umar (R.A.)
(b) Hazrat Abu Dakar (R A.)
(c) Hazrat Usman (R.A.)
(d) None of these

(2)Who wrote the first book on science of law or usul:
(a) AbuHanifa
(b) Imam Malik
(c) Imam Shafi’i
(d) None of these

(3)Sale of dates on a tree in consideration for plucked dates is:
(a) Mulamassa
(b) Munabadha
(c) Muzabana
(d) None of these

(4) A woman may be a Qadi according to:
(a) Malikis
(b) Hanafis
(c) Hamblis
(d) None of these

(5) Plurality of wives is called:
(a) Bigamy
(b) Polygamy
(c) Polyandry
(d) None of these

(6)The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance was enacted in:
(a) 1960
(b) 1959
(c) 1961
(d) None of these

(7)The Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act was enacted in:
(a) 1949
(b) 1939
(c) 1959
(d) None of these

(8)Who was appointed as first Qadi by Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A.)?
(a) Hazrat Ali (R A.)
(b) Hazrat Usman (R.A.)
(c) Hazrat Umar (R.A.)
(d) None of these

(9)Who is the author of ‘Taudeh’:
(a) Taftazani
(b) SadruShariat
(c) Ahmed Ibne-Qasim
(d) None of these

(10)A void bequest is:
(a) Contingent bequest
(b) Bequest made to the child in womb born within six months
(c) Alternative bequest
(d) None of these

(11)Maa’ si’ at deals with:
(a) Torts
(b) Crime
(c) Sale
(d) None of these

(12) Under Islamic Law a child is legitimate if born after the dissolution of marriage and wife remaining unmarried:
(a) Within one year of the termination of marriage
(b) Within 280 days of the termination of marriage
(c) Within six months of the termination of marriage
(d) None of these

(13) The limit of testamentary power by Muslim is:
(a) 1/8
(b) 1/3
(c) 1/5
(d) None of these

(14) A divorce by ILa means:
(a) False accusation of adultery by husband
(b) Apostasy from Islam by husband
(c) An agreement between husband and wife to dissolve marriage
(d) None of these

(15) At the time when Islamic Law came into force the kinds of marriages were in vogue:
(a) 5
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) None of these

(16) Sadqa once completed by delivery is:
(a) Revocable
(b) Not revocable
(c) Revocable subject to condition
(d) None of these

(17) Ijtihad means:
(a) Consensus of opinion
(b) A gathering of Mujtahids
(c) Law-making
(d) None of these

(18) Abu Yusuf, Muhammad and Zufar were the pupils of:
(a) Imam Abu Hanifa
(b) ImamShafi’i
(c) Imam Malik
(d) None of these

(19) A collection of traditions known as ‘Musnadu’l Imam Hambal consists of traditions:
(a) 30,000
(b) 40,000
(c) 50,000
(d) None of these

(20) The provision regarding polygamy under the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance is contained in Section:
(a) 4
(b) 7
(c) 6
(d) None of these

i. Al-Risalah is name of the book authored by
a. Imam Malik
b. Imam Ahmad
c. Imam Bukhari
d. None of these

ii. Mubarat means
a. When husband and wife decide to opt forli’an
b. When husband and wife decide to get divorced
c. When wife decides to drag the husband to a court of law for divorce
d. None of these

iii. The Federal Shariat Court declared in ___________________ that some provisions of the Muslim Family Law Ordinance 1961 were repugnant to the Islamic injunctions.
a. Farishta Case
b. Ismael Qureshi Case
c. Allah Rakha Case
d. None of these

iv. Easements are known in Islamic law as
a. Huquq al-Irtifaq
b. Huquq al-Ardiyyah
c. Huquq al-Hayatiyyah
d. None of these

v. The suit for pre-emption shall fail if ________ different kinds of demands are not made:
a. Seven
b. Five
c. Three
d. None of these

vi. Shuroot in’iqad in marriage are those
a. Which if not found, the contract will not enforced.
b. Which if not found, the contract will be irregular.
c. Which if not found, the contract will not be binding.
d. None of these

vii. Zahir al-Riwayah are six books authored by
a. Imam Shafi`i
b. Imam Malik
c. Imam Shaybani
d. None of these

viii. Divorce pronounced in death-illness is
a. Valid
b. Invalid
c. Valid if the wife accepts it
d. None of these

ix. Legal capacity (ahliyya) in Islamic law is divided into
a. Ahliyya al-ada and ahliyya al-wafa
b. Ahliyya al-wujoob and ahliyya al-haqq
c. Ahliyya al-wujoob and ahliyya al-ada
d. None of these

x. Can the husband revoke the delegation of the right of divorce?
a. No
b. Yes
c. Yes, if he does so before the wife exercise this right.
d. None of these

xi. Istishab denotes
a. The presumption of non-existence
b. The presumption of validity
c. The presumption of continuity
d. None of these

xii. `Aasaba are those
a. who have prejudice towards a section of the society.
b. whose share is not fixed and will get whatever is left.
c. who are entitled to get zakah.
d. None of these

xiii. Imam Malik bin Anas belongs to
a. Ahl al-Hadith
b. Ahl al-Ra’i
c. Ahl al-Zahir
d. None of these

xiv. Maslaha Mursala refers to
a. A Maslaha which is neither recognized nor rejected by Shariah
b. A Maslaha which is not recognized by Shariah but which must be adopted for its utility for Muslims
c. A Maslaha which is proved by a Hadith i Mursal
d. None of these

xv. In case of divorce before consummation of marriage
a. Half dower must be paid, if dower was fixed.
b. Full dower must be paid if its proved that mistake of husband caused the divorce.
c. No dower is payable as dower is paid as consideration for “consummation”
d. None of these.

xvi. Bay’ al-Salam is
a. Money for fruit but the counter-values must be exchanged simultaneously.
b. Money for fruits but money must be paid prior to delivery
c. Money for fruits but money is paid after delivery, otherwise sale is void.
d. None of these

xvii. Talaqqi al-Rukban denotes
a. Divorces during travel.
b. Divorce while the wife is pregnant.
c. Divorce when the agent of the husband pronounces it on his behalf.
d. None of these.

xviii. Consideration in Khula’ means
a. Gifts
b. Any property paid to the wife
c. Any property paid to the husband
d. None of these

xix. Faskh in the Hanafi School is
a. available only on three grounds.
b. available only on four grounds.
c. is the absolute right of the wife
d. None of these.

xx. Imam Abu Hanifah was student of
a. `Abdullah IbnMas`ud
b. Imam Hammad
c. Imam Hasan Basri
d. None of these

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