Principle Facts based Legal Aptitude question for LAW CET, CLAT.
In each question, there is a principle of law either real or hypothetical, followed by certain facts and four probable answers. Identify the most probable answer that can be reached when the principle is applied to the facts. Shade the identified answer.
Legal Aptitude Principle Facts based Question Practice
0 of 5 Questions completed
You have already completed the quiz before. Hence you can not start it again.
Quiz is loading…
You must sign in or sign up to start the quiz.
You must first complete the following:
0 of 5 Questions answered correctly
Time has elapsed
PRINCIPLE: Contractual liability is completely irrelevant to the existence of liability in tort (civil wrong).
FACTS: X purchased- a bottle of ginger-beer from a retailer. As she consumed more than 3/4 of the contents of the bottle, she found a decomposed remains of a snail in the bottle. After seeing the remains of a snail, she fell sick on the thought of what she consumed. She sued the manufacturer of the beer for negligence, though there is no contractual duty on the part of the manufacturer.CorrectIncorrect
PRINCIPLE: Any person who has received any unjust benefit, he/she must return it to the rightful owner.
FACTS: A and B were staying in the same hostel room. B’s father had sent a parcel to him on his birthday containing expensive gifts. This parcel was delivered to A as B had gone out for a movie.CorrectIncorrect
PRINCIPLE: A man must not make such use of his property as unreasonably and unnecessarily to cause inconvenience to his neighbors.
FACTS: Mr. Z is the owner of a plot measuring 50 feet by 80 feet. He constructed a small house at one corner and was using the rest of the land as a cow shed. He had 20 cows and is involved in selling the milk to the public. The cow dung and other wastes were openly stored in a small 10 feet by 8 feet tank. This constantly paved way for bad smell and breeding .of mosquitoes. Mrs. Y, his neighbour constantly complained to Mr. Z but in vain.CorrectIncorrect
PRINCIPLE: Special damage is the loss of some material advantage, pecuniary or capable of being estimated in money which flows directly and in the ordinary course of things from the act of the person who is responsible.
FACTS: Raju has been sending his Tourist cars for repairs, maintenance and service to Lakshmi Service Centre, who promptly attended to all the works during the past five years. However, when Raju sent a new Sumo van for servicing and minorrepairs, he indicated to the Manager of Lakshmi Service Centre that the vehicle must be delivered, duly serviced, by 10th August, 2006 at 5 PM as three foreign tourists had booked the vehicle for a period of 3 months. The vehicle was not delivered as required, but was delivered only on 12th August, 2006. Raju had lost the contract with the foreign tourist and a loss of revenue to the extent
of Rs. 30,000.CorrectIncorrect
PRINCIPLE: The standard to determine whether a person has been guilty of negligence is the standard of care which, in the given circumstances, a reasonable man could have foreseen.
FACTS: The Agricultural University constructed 200 houses for its employees in its premises. Two huge bore wells were sunk and motors were installed. They did not cover the pump rooms properly. A child, 6 years old, from one of the quarters was playing near the pump house. On hearing the noise of the pump, she was curious to see the motor. She touched the motor that was not covered properly and three of her fingers were cut.CorrectIncorrect