LLB Part 1: English Jurisprudence MCQs (21-40)

English Jurisprudence is a subject of LL.B Part 1. The main objective behind this English Jurisprudence MCQ tests is to prepare the candidates for the various competitive examination like LAW GAT, ADPP and Civil Judge. LLB MCQs are often needed when someone is preparing for Judiciary examination or similar other papers. English Jurisprudence MCQs are based on the English concept of Law, Contemporary philosophy of law, the reference of English legal scholars which deals with general jurisprudence and similar concepts originated in English Law.

Here, 21 to 40 MCQs of this English Jurisprudence MCQs have been given. 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.

Administration justice is the protection of the individual from the unjust and unlawful deed others

A. True
B. False

War and administration of justice are the two most essential function of the state

A. True
B. False

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Administration of justice is necessary for

A. Uniformity
B. Protection of rights
C. Peace and stability
D. All of the above

Administration of justice is necessary to

A. Check injustice
B. Avoid anarchy
C. void lawlessness
D. All of the above

Administration of justice is necessary to promote

A. Educate people
B. Promote justice and fair play
C. Promote equality and justice
D. All of the above

Legal justice means justice according to what the law declares to be just

A. True
B. False

What are the Classifications of “Legal Justice”?

A. Private justice
B. Public justice
C. Both A & B
D. None of the above

What are the Classifications of “Private Justice”?

A. Civil justice
B. Criminal justice
C. Both A & B
D. None of the above

Law is territorial in some way as a state is territorial

A. True
B. False

What does “Lex Loci Contracts means”?

A. Place where the contract was made
B. Place where the parties of a contract have residence
C. Place where the court is working
D. None of the above

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What is A question of law?

A. An issue to be decided by the judge
B. A question that law itself has authoritatively answered
C. An issue about what the law is on a particular point
D. None of the above

According to Salmond the term question of law is used in three distinct but related senses

A. True
B. False

Question of fact means questions of law other than a question of law

A. True
B. False

An issue that is neither a pure question of fact nor a pure question of law is called

A. Question of law
B. Question of fact
C. A mixed question of law and fact
D. None of the above

Code means “a systematic collection of statutes, a body of laws so arranged as a collection.

A. True
B. False

What are the Classifications of code?

A. Creative
B. Consolidating
C. Creative and consolidating
D. All of the above

In the context of legal research, the term “source of law” can refer

A. To the origin of legal concepts and ideas
B. To governmental institutions that formulate a legal rule
C. To the published manifestation of law
D. All of the above

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Salmond classifies material sources into how many sources?

A. Legal sources
B. Historical sources
C. Both A & B
D. None of the above

The term “Legislation” is derived from the Latin word, “Legis” means “LAW” and “lation” means “TO MAKE” put or set.

A. True
B. False

The legislation means the making or the setting of law.

A. True
B. False

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