LLB Part 1 Islamic Jurisprudence Past Papers 2007-2019

LL.B (PART-1)  ANNUAL 2007

Paper-1 (New Course) III (Old Course)

Islamic Jurisprudence

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Max. Marks:100

Attempt any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1. Discuss Sunnah as a source of Law. What are its kinds?

Q.2. What is the object of punishment in Islam? What are different kinds of punishment in Islamic Law?

Q 3. What are the qualifications of a competent witness? Discuss the status of women as a witness.

Q.4. Write a note on.any two of the following:

(i) Imam Shafi. (ii) Theory of abrogation. (iii) Daman.

Q.5. What are different sources of revenue of an Islamic State?

Q.6. What are the Public and Privilege rights? Which one is more important and why?

Q.7. Discuss Qisas and Diyat. What is the distinction between two?

Q.8. Define contract. What are the essentials of a valid contract in Islamic Law?

Q.9 What is legal capacity? How it becomes defectives and what are the consequences of its defect?

Q.10 Why Jehad in waged? What acts are permissible and what no during Jehad?

Annual Examination LL.B 2008

Subject: Islamic Jurisprudence

Paper: I (New Course) III (Old -Course)

Time Allowed: 3 Hrs.

Max. Mark.: 100 

Important Note: All the candidates shall attempt the papers in.English language only. Papers attempted in any other language will not be entertained. However, the students who have been enrolled with the University of the Punjab for the -Session 2004-2005 in LLB Part-I are eligible to appear in Urdu/English language till Supplementary Examination 2008.

Attempt any Five questions.

 All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1. What are different sources of Islamic Law? Discuss in • detail?

Q.2. Discuss the role of SURA in an Islamic state. Can the .present legislature be termed as SURA.

Q.3. What are the qualifications prescribed in Islamic Law for a competent witness

Q.4. Define ownership. How is it acquired and lost?

Q.5. Discuss Qisas and Divat. What is the distinction between two? Do you agree to the proposal of conversion of the death penalty into life imprisonment in murder cases?

Q.6. What are different sources of revenue of an Islamic state? Also, discuss the present Tax System in the light of Islamic Injunctions.

Q.7. What is the concept of Sovereignty in Islam? To what extent this concept is applied in the present system?

Q.8.Define ljtihad. How it is conducted and what are the qualifications prescribed for a Mujtihid?

Q.9. Discuss the judicial system- of an Islamic state. What qualifications have been prescribed for a Qazi?

Q.10. Define Hadd and Tazeer and distinguish between two.

LL.B 1 SUPPLEMENTARY 2008 PART-1 ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE

Paper: I (New Course) III (Old Course)

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Max. Marks: 100

Important Note: All the candidates shall attempt the papers in English language only-. ‘Paper attempted in any other language will not be entertained: However, the students who have been enrolled with the University of the Punjab for the Session 2004-2005 in LL.B Part-I are eligible to appear in Urdu/English language till Supplementary Examination 2008.

 Attempt any Five Questions. All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1. Discuss Sunnah as a source of Law.

 Q.2. what are the objects of punishment in Islam? “Conversion of death sentence into life. Imprisonment may serve the purpose.” Do you agree?

Q.3. Discuss the role of Imam Abu Hanifa (RA) towards the compilation of Fiqh.

Q.4. What are the public and private rights? “Private rights are more important than public rights”. Do you agree?

Q.5. What is the concept of state in Islam? Discuss in detail.

Q.6. Define Contract. What are the essentials of a valid contract in Islamic Law?

Q.7. Define ljtihad and Taqleed. What is distinction between two?

 Q.8. “The legislature in (the present system plays the role of SURA as provided in Islam Comment.

Q.9. Define Hadd and Tazeer. What are the offences termed as “Hadood cases” in Islam?

Q.10. Write detailed notes on the following:

          1) lstihsan   2) Arsh

Annual Examination LL.B 2009

Subject: Islamic Jurisprudence

Paper: I

Time Allowed: 3 Hrs.

Max. Marks: 100

Important Note: All the candidates shall attempt the papers in English Language only. Papers attempted in any other language will not be entertained. Note: Attempt any Five of the following, all questions carry equal marks.

Q.1. Sunnah plays a pivotal role in Islamic Legislation, explain.

Q.2. Define and discuss Ijma as a source of Islamic Law.

Q.3. Discuss the role of different Muslim schools of thought in codification and compilation of Islamic Law.

Q.4. What are the different modes of acquiring and losing ownership?

Q.5. Islam propounds the doctrine of “Shura” which differs from prevalent Democracy, do you agree?

Q.6. What are different Hadd’ and ‘Tazir’ crimes under Islamic Law?

Q.7. What are the qualifications of a competent witness in Islamic Law?

Q.8. Define and discuss the scope of Jehad in Islam International Law.

Q.9. What are the Private and Public rights in Islam?

Q10. Write short notes on the following:

(a) Qiyas (b) Zakat

Examination LL.B Part-I Annual 2010

Subject: Islamic Jurisprudence

Paper: I

Time Allowed: 3 Hrs.

Max. Marks: 100

Important Note: All the candidates shall attempt the papers in English Language only. Papers attempted in any other language will not be entertained.

Attempt any FIVE of the following. All questions carry equal marks.

Q1. Quran is regarded a primary and paramount source of Islamic law. Discuss.

Q2. Sunnah is an integral part of the first source of Islamic Law. Elaborate and illustrate.

Q3. “Ijtehad will continue till the Day of Judgment”. Define and explain the importance of Ijtehad in Islamic Law.

Q4. Describe the contribution of Muslim Schools of thoughts in compilation and codification of Islamic Law.

Q5. Define and distinguish between Hudood and Tazir crimes giving a brief detail of each.

Q6. How can the ownership of certain property be acquired and lost? Discuss different modes and methods of acquiring and losing ownership.

Q7. Discuss the importance of system and concept of Shura in Islam compared to that of democracy.

Q8. When and how Jehad/Qital (war) is waged under Islamic International Principles?

Q9. Who is a competent witness to testify in Islamic Law of Evidence?

Q10. Write short notes on the following:

 (i)   Darul Islam      (ii)  Darul Harb

Examination LL.B PART-I Annual 2011

Subject: Islamic Jurisprudence

PAPER: 1

TIME ALLOWED: 3 Hrs

MAX. MARKS: 100

Attempt any FIVE of the following questions, all questions carry equal marks.

Q.1. Quran Majeed holds a pivotal role in Islamic Legislation, elucidate.

Q.2. Sunnah explains the brief injunctions of Holy Quran in its additional role to legislate explain and illustrate.

Q.3. “Ijtehad will continue till the day of Judgment”. Discuss and explain.

Q.4. Explain the role of different Muslim Schools of thought in the codification of Islamic Law.

Q.5. Islam has categorized the Penal system into Hadd and Ta’zir. Explain.

Q.6. Row the ownership of certain property can be acquired and lost? “Discuss different modes and methods of acquiring and losing ownership.

Q.7. Sovereignty, Shura, and Caliphate are three main pillars of Islamic Constitutional system. Write a detailed note.

Q.8. What are the qualifications of a competent witness under the Islamic Law of Evidence?

Q.9. Row and when jelled can be waged? America has waged war against Muslims across the globe; explain your point of view for all oppressed Muslims in the light of Quran and Sunnah.

Q.10. Write Short notes of the following:

  1. Zakat 2. Imam Shafee (RA)

ANNUAL 2012 PAPER 1 ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE (Common)

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Max. Marks 100

Note: Attempt any FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1. Quran lays down the fundamental principles of Islamic legislation, explain.

Q. 2. Sunnah plays a significant role in Islamic legislation, discuss.

Q. 3. Intake of raw onion and garlic is prohibited before entering into mosque due to their repulsive smell for rest of the people, although both vegetables are Halal for human consumption. A cigarette was not used/invented during Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) time. Can we apply the same analogy to a cigarette, too, for the common cause? Explain the proposition in the light of Ijtehad.

Q. 4. Muslim Jurists rendered tremendous services in codification. of Islamic Fiqh, discuss.

Q.5. Discuss the concept of ownership in Islam, explaining the modes of acquiring and losing the ownership.

Q. 6. Define and distinguish between, Hadd and Tazir – crimes. Explain briefly the Hudood crimes.

Q. 7. Explain briefly the sources of revenue of an Islamic state.

Q. 8. Explain the status of .woman as a competent witness under Islamic Law of Evidence.

Q. 9. Define and discuss the concept and theory of Jehad (War) in the light of Islamic International Law.

Q. 10. Write notes on the following:

(i) Darul Islam & Darul Harb (ii) Imam Abu Hanifa

LLB Part 1 Annual Examination 2013

Paper 1

Max Time: 3 Hours

Max Marks: 100

Attempt any five of the following. All questions carry equal marks.

Q1 Quran is a valid source of Islamic law for all times to come, as it has laid down the fundamental principles of Islam legislation’. Do you agree?

Q2 The Holy Prophet (SAWW) said ‘I am leaving behind me Quran and my Tradition (Sunnah), if you hold fast to the both, you will never go astray. Discuss the role of Sunnah in the light of above cited Hadith.

Q3 Ijtehad cannot be conducted confronting Quran and Sunnah’s explicit injunctions, discuss and explain the scope of Ijtehad.

Q4 Imam Abu Hanifa (Nauman bin Thabit) is a pioneer in the codification of Islamic Fiqh. Explain?

Q5 A brabs piece of land from B by use of force,. Is A’s such ownership of land lawful as per the concept of ownership in Islam? Discuss the concept of ownership in Islam? Discuss the concept of ownership in Islam?

Q6 Discuss the concept of Shura in Islam.

Q7 Discuss the evidentiary value of the testimony of women under Islamic law of Evidence.

Q8 Islam has classified crimes in three major categories with reference to punishments. Explain?

Q9 Drone attacks on innocent Muslims in Pakistan are a blatant violation of international law; hence act of war and terrorism. Can a victim Muslim state declare Jehad (war) against assailants?

Q10 Write short notes on the following:

(i) Ushr (ii) Istehsan

Examination LL.B (Part-I) Annual 2014

Paper: I Islamic Jurisprudence (Common)

Time Allowed: 3hrs. Max Marks: 100

Attempt any five of the following. All questions carry equal marks.

Q1. Quran has laid down all the fundamental principles of Islamic legislation. Explain and illustrate.

Q2. The Sunnah of Holy Prophet may be divided into three parts. Define and discuss.

Q3. Different Muslim Schools of Thought played a significant role in codification and simplification of Islamic law, explain.

Q4. A common Muslim is eligible to conduct ljtehad’. Do you agree? Argue your point of view.

Q5. What are the essentials of a contract of sale under Islamic Law? Is there any fundamental difference between Law of Contract 1872. And Islamic Law of Contract.

Q6. What is the concept of Ownership under Islamic law?

Q7. Shura is mandatory for a Muslim head of state, explain in the light of Quran and Sunnah.

Q8. How has Islam classified the crimes with reference to punishments? Illustrate.

Q9. Muslims are duty bound to help their oppressed fellow Muslims, across the globe. Explain in contact of jehad in Islam.

Q10. Write short notes on the following:

(a) Ijma’a
(b) Public & private Rights.

LLB Part 1 Annual 2015

Paper-I

Islamic Jurisprudence

Time Allowed: 3hrs

Max Marks: 100

Note: Attempt any FIVE of the following, all questions carry equal marks.

Q.1. Muslim Jurists and Mujtahidden have played a highly commendable role in simplification, compilation, and codification of Islamic law and Fiqh. Kindly explain.

Q2 While legislating, Quran observed some fundamental principles to frame the laws. Please highlight that priciples discussing the importance of Quran as a primary source of Islamic Law.

Q3 Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (MI) plays two-fold Role in Islami Law & Legislation. Please elucidate by quoting examples

Q4 Common media persons, columnist, and anchors having about Islamic Shariah give conclusive remarks on Islamic law freely. Can we rely on their opinions considering them Mujtahids? Or there are certain qualifications for conducting toe delicate job of ljtehad? Discuss.

Q5. The Islamic concept of ownership is different from that of contemporary economic views. Kindly elucidate.

Q6. Islam has its unique concept of sovereignty. Kindly highlight it by comparing it with prevalent systems of government.

Q7. Enumerate and explain the Iludood, Tazir and Qisas & Dyat Crimes. & What are the qualifications for a competent witness to appear before a legal form as per Islamic Law of Evidence?

Q8. What are the qualifications for a competent witness to appear before a legal form as per Islamic Law of Evidence?

Q9. What are the principles of Islamic Law to deal with the prisoners of War?

Q10. Write short notes on the following.

(a) Zakat and Ushr (b) Public and Private rights.

LLB Part 1 ANNUAL 2017

PAPER – I

ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE

Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Max. Marks. 100

Note: Attempt any FIVE of the following, all questions carry equal marks.

Q.1 Quran Majeed holds an important and pivotal role in Islamic Legislation, kindly explain.

Q.2 Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) is an integral part of Quran. Discuss the role of Sunnah in Islamic legislation.

Q.3 Islamic Law shall remain practicable as long as Muslims keep to the door of ljtehad open. Discuss.

Q.4 Muslim Jurist had a remarkable role in the compilation and codification of Islamic Law. Elucidate.

Q.5 What are different kinds of punishments known to Islamic Law? Can Qisas and Diyat be regarded as Hadd Law?

Q.6 Please explain the different traditional sources of revenue of an Islamic State.

Q.7 Islam is not gendered biased as far as the testimony of a woman is concerned; rather it has adopted as a more pragmatic approach in founding its evidence law. Explain.

Q.8 Kindly explain the concept of ownership under Islamic injunctions and different modes of acquiring and losing it.
Q.9 Islam allows certain acts during the course of the war and restricts some others. Elucidate.

Q.10 Write short notes on the following:

(a) Public right & Private Right (b) Ijma

LLB. Part 1 Annual 2018

Paper: 1

Subject: Islamic Jurisprudence

Time Allowed: 3 hours                                 Max Marks: 100

Note: Attempt any five of the following, all questions carry equal marks.

Q.1 Muslim Jurists have carried out a remarkable task in the compilation of Islamic Law and Fiqh. Explain it highlighting the salient features of their contribution.

Q.2 Being the first and primary source of Islamic Law, Quran Majeed has laid the founding principles of Sharjah. Explain –

Q.3 Sunnah of Holy Prophet (PBUH)  plays a multifold role in Islamic Legislation. Please explain with examples.

Q.4. When and how ijtihad invoked? What are the qualifications of a Mujtahid?

Q.S. Is there any difference among Hadd, Tazir, and Qisas & Diyat crimes?

Q.6. Islam has a unique concept of Sovereignty and Shura. Please illustrate your point of view.

Q.7: What are different qualification for competent witnesses Jider Islamic Law, in various cases?

Q.8 Islam has its own system of ownership based on natural needs and corresponding with times to come. Elucidate

Q.9 Jehad is a synonym of War but it differs from wars imposed by imperial powers whereby general massacre of non-combatant is permissible with weapons of mass destruction. Kindly explain what acts are permissible during Jehad and what not?

Q.10 Write short notes on the following:

A) Imam Abu Hanifa

B) Qiyas

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