ASJ Past Papers 2020: Constitution and High Court Rules and Orders

In this article, you will find Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Past Paper of Constitution and High Court Rules and Orders of 2020. Constitution and High Court Rules and Orders is the fifth paper in this ASJ Examination 2020. The ASJ Examinations is conducted by the Hon’ble Lahore High Court, Lahore. The following questions were asked in the paper of Constitution and High Court Rules and Orders 2020.

ADDITIONAL DISTRICT AND SESSIONS JUDGES
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION, 2020
PAPER-V, Constitution and High Court Rules and Orders

Note: Attempt FIVE questions selecting THREE from PART-I and TWO from PART-II. Total Marks are 100.

Part-I

Q.1 Write short notes on the following:

  • Islamic Council
  • National Security Council
  • Council of Common Interest
  • National Economic Council

Q.2 Formation of an independent Election Commission is a sine qua non for holding a free election. What is the formation and duties of the Election Commission? What remedy is prescribed by the constitution for Election dispute and whether actions of the Election Commission can be called in question through constitutional jurisdiction of a High Court?

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Q.3 Give a detailed account of amendments made in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973 to so far.

Q.4 Do you agree that the principle of natural justice is embedded in our Constitution?

Q.5 Explicate the difference between Article 185 and Article 199 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973.

PART-II

Q.6 Enumerate the classes of Civil Courts with specific reference to existing limits of the Pecuniary Jurisdiction in original suits.

Q.7 Pecuniary Jurisdiction of a District judge is always derived from the valuation of the plant. Discuss all the aspects with particular reference to the Punjab Civil Courts ord 1962. Also, discuss the category in which an appeal lies to the High Court against decisions of the order of the District Judge.

Q.8 A few hours spent by the court at the outset in studying and elucidating the pleadings may mean a saving of several days, if not weeks, in the later stage of the trial. Keeping in view this instruction how a trial court should proceed to frame the issues?

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Q.9 What are the instruction to the trial court to deal with suits by or against the Government and Public Officers?

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