LLB Part 3 Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes Past Papers 2007-2019

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes is the fourth paper in LL.B Part 3 examination. All Past Papers of Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes are given here for your convenience. Check out the following year wise indexing to see the relevant past paper of LL.B part 3 Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes:

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Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2007
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2008
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2009
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2010
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2011
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2012
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2013
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2014
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2015
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2017
Legal Drafting ANNUAL 2018

LL.B Part 3 Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes Past Papers 2007 to onward

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2007 Paper-IV

i) Candidates are required to answer Five questions in all, selecting at least Two questions from Parts I and II each and One question from Part III. All questions carry equal marks.

ii) Mere reproduction relevant section shall not be considered an adequate answer. In case of doubt follow the English version.

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft the Revocation of a Partnership Deed.

2. Nazir and Bashir are real brothers. They want to partition the immovable property left by their father. Draft a Partition Deed for them.

3. Draft a Rent Deed regarding Residential house. 

4. Define the following:

  • Conveyancing
  • Affidavit
  • Bond
  • Power of Attorney

PART-II (Pleadings)

5. Draft a plaint on behalf of the plaintiff for Recovery of Dower.

6. Draft a written statement on behalf of the defendant to the above plaint.

7. Draft a plaint in a suit for specific performance of the agreement of sale regarding a Plot.

8. Draft written statement on behalf of the defendant to the above suit.

PART-III (Interpretation of Statutes)

9. An offender cannot be punished twice for the same offense.” Discuss it with reference to the law on the subject.

10. State some of the Cardinal Rules of Interpretation of Statute.

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2008 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. What do you mean by conveyancing? Write a detail note.

2. Define and differentiate a Bill of Exchange and a Promissory note. Prepare a Bill of Exchange of Rs. 15,000/ payable after three months. Draft a Promissory Note. for Rs. 2,000/ payable on demand.

3. Draft a Deed for cancellation of General Power of Attorney, secured by fraud.

4. Draft a Will?

5. Draft a plaint on behalf of Mst. Shazia for the dissolution of her marriage on the ground of exercise of the right of puberty?

6. Written statement be prepared on behalf of the defendant to defend the facts of the above suit?

7. Draft a Plaint in a suit for permanent injunction.

8. Draft a divorce deed?

Part-III (Interpretation of Statutes)

9. An offender cannot be vexed twice for the same offense. Discuss with illustration.

10. State Five cardinal principles of interpretations of statutes.

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2009 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft an Agreement to sell a house.

2. Draft a Deed of usurfructary Mortgage.

3. Draft a special Power-of-Attorney for the court case.

4. Draft a Deed of dissolution of Partnership.

Part-II

5. Draft a Plaint in Suit for recovery of Prompt Dower. 

6. Draft a Plaint in Suit for possession through the specific performance of the Agreement to sell a house.

7. Draft a written statement for the defendant in the above Suit.

8. State general Rules of Pleadings.

Part-III (Interpretation of Statutes)

9. ” An offender cannot be punished twice for the same offense”. Discuss with reference to Law on the subject.

10. Power to appoint includes the power to remove. Comment.

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2010 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft an Agreement to refer existing disputes to Arbitration.

2. Draft a General-Power-of Attorney.

3. Rashid wants to rent out his shop to Umar at the rate of Rs. 20,000/- per month. Prepare a Rent Note for them.

4. Draft a Deed of usurfructary Mortgage.

Part-II

5. Draft a plaint in a Suit for restitution of Conjugal Rights.

6. Draft a written statement on behalf of the Defendant in the above Suit.

7. Draft a Plaint in a Suit for possession through the specific performance of the Agreement to sell.

8. State General Rules of Pleadings.

Part-III (Interpretation of Statute)

9. What are powers of Court to do complete justice between the parties when there be no express provision in a statute to meet a particular situation?

10. What is the effect of a change in law during the pendency of a case?

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2011 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft a Deed of Waqaf.

2. Write a Deed of Simple Mortgage.

3. Write a Will.

4. Write Rent deed for a residential house.

PART-II

5. Draft a plaint for the recovery of Dower Money.

6. Draft a plaint for Dissolution of Marriage.

7.  Draft a plaint for recovery of dowry articles.

8.  State General Rules of Pleadings.

PART-III (INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES)

9.  How can an ambiguity in a statute be resolved?

10.  What is the Golden rule of Interpretation of Statutes?

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2012 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft a General’ Power of Attorney.

2. Draft a Deed of Usufructuary Mortgage.

3. Draft an agreement to refer to existing disputes. to Arbitration.

4. Draft a Sale Deed.

Part-II

5. Draft a plaint in a suit for possession through the specific performance of the agreement to sell the house. 

6. Draft a written statement for the dependent in the above suit.

7. Define and differentiate a Bill of Exchange and a Promissory Note Prepare a Bill of Exchange for Rs.10;000/- payable after three months.

8. State general rules of pleadings.

Part-III (Interpretation or Statutes)

9. What is the effect of a change in the substantive law during the pendency of an action?

10. State some of the cardinal rules of interpretation of statutes.

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2013 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Please draft a Deed of partnership containing legal clauses.

2. Draft a deed of Muslim Will.

3. Draft a sale deed relating to a building over a plot of land.

4. Draft a deed of Usufructuary mortgage.

Part-II

5. What do you mean by pleadings? Discuss in detail.

6. What is the difference between permanent and Mandatory injunction and Draft a plaint of a permanent injunction?

7. Draft a written statement in the above-titled suit.

8. Draft a Plaint in a suit for pre-emption suit and written statement.

Part-III (Interpretation of Statutes)

9. What do you know about Section 21 and 26 of the general clauses act, discuss in detail.

10. What are the cardinal principles of interpretation of Statutes?

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2014 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. What do you mean by conveyancing? Discuss in detail.

2. Draft a deed of Will on behalf of the Muslim.

3. Draft a Rent Deed regarding the residential house. 

4. Prepare a Bill of Exchange of its.12,000/- payable after on month. Also draft a Promissory Note For Rs. 2000/- payable on demand.

Part-II

5. Draft a plaint in a suit for a permanent injunction.

6. Draft a written statement on behalf of the defendant to the above plaint. 

7. Draft a plaint in a suit for possession through the specific performance of the agreement to sell a house. 

8. Draft a plaint in a suit for restitution of conjugal rights.

Part-III (Interpretation of Statutes)

9. An offender cannot be punished twice for the same offense. Discuss in detail.

10. State some of the cardinal rules of Interpretation of the statute.

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2015 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft a deed of Rent regarding the commercial plot.

2. Draft a sale deed.

3. Draft a general Power of attorney.

4. What do you mean by Conveyancing? Discuss in detail.

Part-II

5.  Discuss in detail the general rules of pleadings.

6. Draft a plaint in a suit for Partition of Land.

7. Draft a written statement on behalf of the defendant to the above plaint.

8. Draft a written statement on behalf of the defendant in a suit for recovery of damages on account of Malicious Prosecution.

Part-III (Interpretation of Statutes)

9. Discuss in detail the Golden Rule of interpretation.

10. An offender cannot be punished twice for the same offense. Discuss in detail.

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2017 Paper IV

i) Candidates are required to answer Five questions in all, selecting at least Two questions from Parts I and II each and One question from Part III. All questions carry equal marks.

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft an agreement to sell a house.

2. Draft a deed of Simple Mortgage.

3.  Draft a Special Power of Attorney in a Court Case.

4. Draft an agreement to refer existing disputes to arbitration.

PART-II

5. Draft a plaint in a suit for dissolution of the partnership and rendition of accounts.

6. Draft a written statement in the above-mentioned suit.

7. Draft a plaint in a suit for permanent injunction.

PART-III (Interpretation of Statues)

9. State some of the candinal rules of interpretation of statutes.

10. An offender cannot be punished twice for the same offense. Discuss with reference to relevant provisions.

Legal Drafting & Interpretation of Statutes LL.B PART-III  ANNUAL 2018 Paper-IV

PART-I (Legal Drafting)

1. Draft a General Power of Attorney.

2. Hassan wants to sell his business along with stock in trade, furniture, and equipment to Ali. Draft a deed of sale for him.

3. There exist a dispute (give detail of the dispute) between Ali and Naveed. Draft an agreement to refer the dispute to the arbitration.

4. Javed owns 10 acres of Agricultural Land in Gujrat while Naeem owns a house in Lahore. Both the properties are of equal value. Draft a “deed of exchange” for them.

Part-II

5. Draft a plaint in a suit for dissolution of partnership and rendition of accounts.

6. Draft a written statement on behalf of the defendant to the above suit. 

7. Draft a plaint in a suit for possession through the specific performance of the agreement to sell a house. 

8. Draft a written statement on behalf of one of the defendant to the above suit.

Part-III (Interpretation of Statutes)

9. An offender cannot be punished twice for the same cause of action. Discuss in detail.

10. What are the powers of the Court to do justice or redress a wrong if there are no express provisions in a statue to meet the requirements of the case?

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