English Jurisprudence MCQs – Property & Ownership (101-120)

English Jurisprudence is a subject of LL.B Part 1. The basic motive behind this MCQs Test of English Jurisprudence is to get ready the students for the different examination like LAW GAT, LAW entry tests, ADPP, Civil Judge and Additional Judge examinations. LLB MCQs are very often required when someone is preparing for Judiciary examination or similar other papers.

These English Jurisprudence MCQs are based on the different English concept of “Law”, “property”, “ownership” and legal matters, Contemporary philosophy of English law, the references of English legal scholars who deal with general jurisprudence and similar concepts originated in English Law.

Here, 101 to 120 MCQs of this English Jurisprudence MCQs series. At the End of the last MCQ of this post, you will find a link to Next MCQs of English Jurisprudence.

So, let’s have a look at the English Jurisprudence MCQs (101-120).

An accident is culpable when it is due to negligence.

A. True
B. False

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How many Kinds of property are?

A. Corporeal and incorporeal property
B. Movable and immovable property
C. Real and personal property
D. All of the above

What are the different Modes of acquisition of property are?

A. Possession
B. Prescription
C. Agreement
D. Inheritance
E. All of the above

The Ownership denotes the relation between a people and the right that is vest in him.

A. True
B. False

What are the various kinds of original mode of acquisition of ownership?

A. Absolute
B. Extinctive
C. Accessory
D. All of the above

The continuing exercise of a claim to the exclusive use of a material object is called possession.

A. True
B. False

What are the Requisites of possession?

A. Physical control
B. Intention
C. Visibility
D. All of the above

Different Elements of possession are?

A. Corpus possessions
B. Animus possidendi
C. Both A & B
D. None of above

What are the various Classifications of possession?

A. Possession in fact
B. Possession in law
C. Both A & B
D. None of above

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How many Modes of acquiring possession?

A. By taking
B. By delivery
C. Both A & B
D. None of above

What are the types of delivery?

A. Actual delivery
B. Constructive deliver
C. By the operation of law
D. All of the above

What are the Kinds of possession?

A. Immediate and mediate possession
B. Corporal and incorporeal possession
C. Representative possession
D. Adverse possession
E. All of the above

Possession is protected because every act of violence is unlawful.

A. True
B. False

What does Evidence mean?

A. Something that tends to prove of an alleged fact
B. Something that tends to disprove the existence of an alleged fact
C. Both A & B
D. None of the above

How many Modes of evidence are there?

A. Oral evidence
B. Documentary evidence
C. Real evidence
D. All of the above

How many kinds of evidence?

A. Primary & secondary evidence
B. Judicial and extrajudicial evidence
C. Personal and real evidence
D. Original and hearsay evidence
E. None of the above

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Negligence is conduct that involves an unreasonably great risk of causing damages.

A. True
B. False

What are the essentials of Negligence?

A. Duty to take care
B. Breach of duty to take care
C. Consequential damage
D. All of the above

How many Kinds of negligence are?

A. Advertent negligence
B. Inadvertent negligence
C. Both A & B
D. None of the above

What are the Theories of negligence are?

A. Subjective theory
B. Objective theory
C. Both A & B
D. None of the above

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