The Complete LL.B Part 3 past papers from the year 2007 to onward is given below. Check these papers and set your mind that how you should go to prepare for the coming examination. These papers are helpful in understanding the nature of paper and to prepare well for the examination. Check out the following year wise indexing to see the relevant past paper of LL.B part 3 Civil Procedure Code:
LL.B Part 3 Civil Procedure Code Past Papers 2007 to onward
LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2007 Paper-I
Subject: Civil Procedure Code
Time Allowed: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
i) Attempt three questions from Part-I, Two questions from Part-II and One question from Part-III.
ii) Mere reproduction relevant section shall not be considered an adequate answer. In case of doubt follow the English version.
1. What is the “pecuniary jurisdiction” of a Court? How is it relevant for the filing of a suit?
2. Enumerate the situation, where a revision is filed and not the appeal.
3. A files a suit against B, which is decreed, with the consent of the parties. Enumerate the grounds, on which ‘B’ can challenge the decree.
4. Can a suit be filed against Government without serving a notice? What are its details?
5. When is a defendant entitled to ‘Special Costs’?
6. Does the Civil Procedure Code Exempt Women from appearing in Courts? If so under carat circumstances?
7. What do you understand by examination of parties under order X, C.P.C?
8. What are the distinguishing features of a suit under order XXXVII from an ordinary suit?
9. Enumerate the difference between Order for ex-parte proceedings, and an ex-parte decree. Also, suggest the remedies.
10. Can a suit be filed against a minor? Discuss the Procedure as given in the Code.
11. Does the acknowledgment of debt affect the period of limitation? Comment.
12. Imitations extinguishes the remedy, but not the right. Comment.
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2008 Paper-I
1. In a situation where a defendant resides in Karachi, while the cause of action arose at Lahore; which Court shall have the jurisdiction to try the Suit.
2. Can an appeal be filed against a consent decree?
3. Define and distinguish between the two Legal terms RES SUB JUDICE and RES JUDICATA.
4. Discuss, how the statement of persons, exempted from appearance in Court, shall be recorded?
5. ‘A’ obtains a decree,’ by fraud, against ‘B’. Can ‘B’ file a Suit for its cancellation?
6. Differentiate between the appellate and revisional powers of the Court.
7. Describe the procedure of execution of money decree. Which Court has competent jurisdiction?
8. If a Summons in a suit is Properly served upon the defendant, but he fails to enter an appearance. What action the Court can take against him?
9. Discuss the details, how a Compromise is affected, on behalf of a minor, in a suit?
10. Write a detailed note on Order XLI, R, 5 CPC.
11. For the reasons of filing a suit in a wrong Court, if it becomes time-barred, what remedy would you suggest?
12. What is the effects of disability on a suit for pre-emption?
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2009 Paper-I
1. What are the essential ingredients of a decree? How a decree is distinguishable from an order or judgment?
2. Explain the ‘territorial’ and ‘pecuniary’ jurisdiction of the Court. How the two jurisdictions can be distinguished?
3. Give the points of difference between RES JUDICATA and RES SUB JUDICE.
4. Write a note on Sections 148 and 149 CPC.
5. Write a detailed note on ‘Appeal’ and ‘Revision’. What are marks of distinction?
6. What are the inherent powers of the Court? When are these powers exercised?
7. Narrate the circumstances in which additional evidence can be allowed, in appeal.
8. State briefly the law regarding Suits, based on negotiable instruments.
9. If a plaintiff omits to sue in respect of a portion of his claim, can it be claimed in a fresh suit?
10. What are the functions of a Receiver appointed under the order, XL C.P.C.
11. Define the term “acknowledgement” in the light of Limitation Act.
12. Give in detail, the distinction between Section 5 and 14 of Limitation Act.
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2010 Paper-I
1. If all the decrees are appeal able, state whether a second appeal also lies against all decrees of trial Court. Also, state the grounds of the second appeal.
2. What do you understand by the term ‘pecuniary’ jurisdiction of Court? Explain with illustrations.
3. Can a judgment, decree or order be amended, after being pronounced? If it is possible, quote the provision of law.
4. Law declares every decree, and not judgment appeal able. Comment.
5. The procedure provided in the C.P.C. applies to all Courts of civil nature. Discuss.
6. What are the different stages of a suit, as contemplated by the Code of Civil Procedure?
7. Is an order rejecting the review application, appeal able? Give specific reference to the provisions of the Code.
8. Narrate the scope of amendment of the plaint. Is any permission of Court required for the amendment?
9. Recording of a better statement of parties, at the initial stage of the suit, generally, leads to the right conclusion. Is there any provision to this effect, in the Code?
10. Whether the CPC has fixed the specific time for filing a written statement? Discuss the implications of its violation.
11. Describe the law of disability regarding the enforcement of the right of pre-emption.
12. Write a detailed note on Section 3 of the Limitation Act.
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2011 Paper-I
1. Under what circumstances a trial Court shall stay the proceedings in a Suit pending before it? Discuss it with reference to Section 10 C.P.C.
2. What do you understand by the territorial and Pecuniary Jurisdiction of a Civil Court?
3. Define “Decree” and distinguish it from “Judgment” and “Order”.
4. Section 47 C.P.0 confers Jurisdiction on the Executing Court overall question between the parties to the suit in which decree was passed, relating to execution, discharge or satisfaction of the decree, and a separate suit is barred.
5. Discuss in detail the powers of High Court and the District Court to transfer case from one Court to another under Section 24 C.P.C.
6. Under what circumstances the Court is required to exercise its inherent powers?
7. Under what circumstances an order for the personal appearance of a party can be Made by the Court? What will be the consequences if the party fails to appear in person without lawful Authority?
8. What are “Issues” in a Suit? State the powers of Court in Framing adding and striking out the issues.
9. State and discuss the procedure for entering into compromise in a Suit where a Minor is a party to the Suit.
10. Discuss the powers of Civil Court to grant a temporary injunction.
11. What do you know about ACKNOWLEDGE? How does it affect the period of Limitation?
12. Write a comprehensive note on Legal Disability?
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2012 Paper-I
1. How can a person challenge the validity of a Judgment, Decree or order which is obtained through Fraud or Misrepresentation or which is bad for want of jurisdiction?
2. Discuss the law relating to the detention, arrest, and release of Judgment-Debtor in execution. of Money-decree from prison.
3. Examine and state the law relating to the exemption of a certain class of women and other persons from personal appearance in Court.
4. Discuss the powers of Court to enlarge the period already granted for the doing of any act even though the period originally granted for its performance may have expired.
5. Can a Judgment, Decree or order be amended on account of clerical or arithmetical mistakes or errors arising therein from any accidental slip or omission? If so, discuss the procedure for such an amendment.
6. Discuss in detail the powers of Appellate Court.
7. Discuss in detail the principles embodied in Order 2 Rule 2 C.P.C.
8. What is the remedy available to a plaintiff whose suit has been dismissed for want of prosecution in the presence of the defendant? Can he bring a fresh suit on the same cause of action?
9. Discuss elaborately -the law relating to the production of documentary evidence in the possession or power of the parties to the suit on which they intend to reply and which has not already been filed in Court.
10. When is a REVIEW competent and on what grounds does it lie?
11. State of limitation extinguishes remedy but not the right. Comment.
12. What is the duty of a Court when Suit is instituted appeal is preferred or Application is made after the period of limitation prescribed for it?
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2013 Paper-I
1. What do you understand by the territorial and Pecuniary Jurisdiction of the Civil Courts?
2. What are the conditions necessary for the application of the Doctrine of Res-Judicata? Discuss elaborately.
3. Can a Decree be executed by a Court other than the one which passed it? If so, please state various Courts Which ate competent to execute a Decree?
4. Can Suit be instituted against the government or against a public officer without delivery of a Notice under Section 80 CPC? Explain the object of such notice and consequences of its non-delivery before the institution of the Suit.
5. The Executing Court cannot go behind the Decree. Discuss the statement giving exceptions, if any.
6. What are the inherent powers of the Civil Court? How and at what time can the inherent jurisdiction be invoked?
7. What is a representative Suit? Write a detailed note highlighting salient features and requirements of such a Suit.
8. What are Issues of law and Fact and how are they tried?
9. What is the distinction between rules 2 and 3 of order 17 or Civil procedure Code? Please explain with reference to the particular procedure adopted in each case.
10. How and under what circumstances the Court can pass on ex-Parte Decree against the defendant? What are the remedies available in law to the defendant against the ex-Parte decree?
11. How does Fraud affect the law of limitation?
12. Write a comprehensive note on Legal Disability.
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2014 Paper-I
1. Write short notes on the following:
- Legal Representatives
- Foreign Court
- Mesne Profits
2. Under what circumstances a court shall stay. The trial of a Suit pending before it? Discuss it with reference to section 10 C.P.C.
3. Section 9 C.P.C confers jurisdiction on civil courts to decide all matters of civil nature excepting those in which their jurisdiction is ousted. Comment.
4. Discuss in detail the extent of powers of executing court under section 47 C.P.C.
5. What is an Appeal? Discuss the difference between the first and second appeal against the Decree. Also, state the grounds on which the second appeal against decree is competent.
6. “Costs shall not follow the event.” Discuss it with reference to section 35 C.P.C.
7. How and under what circumstances an order for service of summons on the defendant through substituted service be made by the court to procure the appearance of Defendant in court?
8. Under what circumstances an order for the personal appearance of a party can be made by the court? What will be the consequences if a party fails to appear in person without lawful cause?
9. Under what circumstances and on what grounds a review is competent?
10. State the circumstances under which the appointment of a “Receiver” is made by the court. Also, state his powers and duties towards the property for which his appointment as “Receiver” is made.
11. Statute of limitation extinguishes the remedy and not the right. Discuss elaborately.
12. How does limitation Act help a litigant who has been prosecuting his cause before a wrong forum?
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2015 Paper-I
1. What do you understand by the territorial and pecuniary jurisdiction of the civil courts?
2. What are the conditions necessary for the application of the doctrine of Res-Judicate? Discuss elaborately.
3. Who can institute a suit in case of a public nuisance? Describe the procedure provided for the institution of this Suit. Whether the procedure provided thereof affects or limits the right of a private individual?
4. Can a suit be instituted against the Government or against a public officer without delivery of a notice under section 80 of civil procedure code? Explain the object of such a notice and consequences of its non-delivery before the institution of the suit.
5. What is an appeal? Does an appeal lies against the consent decree? If not, state exception, if any.
6. Discuss in detail the law relating to the awarding of compensatory costs.
7. What is a representative suit? Write a detailed note highlighting the salient features and requirements of such a suit.
8. What are the issues in a suit? State the powers of a court in framing, adding and striking out the issues.
9. Discuss elaborately the procedure of party to suit wants to summon the witnesses through the process of the court.
10. State the grounds on which a plaintiff may withdraw from the suit with permission of the court to bring the fresh suit on the same cause of action. Does the permission granted by court extend the period of limitation for fresh Suit?
11. When the time has once begun to run, no subsequent disability to sue stops it. Comment.
12. Discuss in detail the effect of fraud on the period of Limitation.
Civil Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2017 Paper-I
i) Attempt any five questions from Part-I and one question from Part-II.
PART-I (Code of Civil Procedure, 1908)
1. What is the law relating to the place of suing before the Civil Courts?
2. Which is the court competent to transfer a civil suit from one court to another, in the same district? Also, state the grounds for such transfer.
3. Describe the grounds on the basis of which you can seek setting aside of ex-parte judgment and decree?
4. An executing court cannot go behind the judgment. Enumerate the points which shall be determined by the Executing Court.
5. How appellate powers are different from the revisional powers of the court? Describe the circumstances, when a revision is filed instead of an appeal?
6. What is the effect for the omission to sue for one of several reliefs or relinquishing any portion of the claim? Discuss.
7. State the law relating to filing suits in cases of negotiable instruments and how such suit is different from an ordinary suit?
8. What do you understand by the term “parties” not an issue? If the court on the first date of hearing finds that the parties are not at issue, what step the court would take?
9. Describe the circumstances when additional evidence can be taken into consideration at the appeal stage.
10. Draw a distinction between the powers available to the court under Order XVII, Rule 2 and the power available under Order XVII, Rule 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908?
Part-II (Limitation Act, 1908)
11. Describe generally the law with respect to condoning the period of limitation.
12. What is the remedy available to a person who has spent time bona fide at a wrong forum by mistake?