Here you will find the Civil Judge past paper on the subject of General Laws. General Laws is the fourth paper in Civil Judge Cum Judicial Magistrate’s competitive examination. Find below the past paper of General Laws for Civil Judge examination.
LAHORE HIGH COURT, LAHORE
CIVIL JUDGES CUM JUDICIAL MAGISTRATES
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION, 2017
PAPER-IV GENERAL LAW
TIME ALLOWED: 03 HOURS TOTAL MARKS: 100
NOTE: (i) Attempt FIVE questions selecting TWO questions from PART-I and ONE each from Part-II, III & IV. (ii) All questions carry equal marks.
Q.No.1 When the genuineness of a letter is in dispute, what are the various kinds of evidence that may be laid before the Court to prove the handwriting?
Q.No.2 State at least five principal classes of facts which have been declared to be relevant by the Qanun-e-Shahadat, 1984.
Q.No.3 “Identification evidence is often quite dangerous to rely on.” Discuss this statement in light of Qanun-e-Shahadat, 1984.
Q.No.4 Explain the significance of fundamental rights in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Also, describe the situation where the Constitution itself provides for the suspension of certain fundamental rights.
Q.No.5 Explain different kinds of jurisdiction of the Supreme Court under the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973.
Q.No.6 How a petitioner will be declared insolvent by the Court? Discuss the procedure.
Q.No.7 Under what circumstances the Civil Court can appoint Receiver? Can interim Receivers also be appointed by the Civil Court?
Q.No.8 Discuss the judicial hierarchy of Civil Courts at the original and appellate level as set up by the Civil Courts Ordinance, 1962. Specific powers of different Courts be also discussed.
Q.No.9 Which is the principal Court of Original Civil jurisdiction? And what Courts have the powers of transfer and withdrawal of suits?
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