LLB Part 2 Law of Equity Past Papers 2007-2019

The Law of Equity is compulsory paper in LL.B part 2 examination. In this paper, the questions will asked related to  Law of Equity, Specific Relief Act and the Trust Act. These are the three parts of this paper. Students must make their mind by looking at the these previous papers of Law of Equity. All the year wise past papers of Law of Equity of LL.B Part 2 is collected and arranged here according to needs of the new and old students of LL.B part 2 examination.

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LL.B Part 2 Law of Equity Past Papers 2007 To Onward

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2007 Paper-II

i) Attempt FIVE in questions, selecting TWO from Part-I Two questions from Part-II ONE question from Part-III.

1. Where there are equal qualities first in time shall prevail, explain.

2. Equity looks to the intent rather than to form, Discuss.

3. Write short notes on the following:

(a) Forfeiture (b) Conversion (c) Marshalling

4. Delay defeats equity, explain

5. The court always orders for specific performance as a whole, are there any exceptions to this general rule?

Part-II

6. When does a Court grant perpetual injunction, also explain the difference between perpetual and temporary injunction.

7. When cancellation of an instrument may be ordered. Explain with reference to the relevant law.

8. When may the instrument be rectified? Discuss principles of rectification.

Part-III

9. How a trust is extinguished and in what circumstances trust may be revoked?

10.  What are lawful objects of trust? What are the effects of the unlawful object, Explain.

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2008 Paper-II

Part-I

Q.1. Equality is equity. Explain.

Q.2. Equity will regard the act is done which ought to have been done? Discuss.

Q.3. Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without remedy? Discuss.

Q.4. Explain any two of the following:.

(a) Specific Performance and Satisfaction  (b) Redemption (c) Election

Part-II

Q.5. When the Court can refuse to grant perpetual injection?

Q.6. Against whom contracts cannot be enforced specifically?

Q.7. What is rescission of contract? When can a contract not be rescinded?

Q.8. What is ‘Discretion’? Discuss Discretion as to decree specific performance.

Part-III

Q.9. What are the essentials of a valid trust? Explain.

Q.10. What are disabilities of trustee? Explain.

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2009 Paper-II

Part-1

Q1. Who comes to equity must do equity. Explain

Q2. Discuss Equity look to intent rather form.

Q3. Explain Where equities are equal 1st in time shall prevail.

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Q4. Explain any Two of the following:

(a) Redemption      (b)    Satisfaction    (c)Discretion

Part-II

Q5. What is the procedure for recovery of possession of immovable property where a person is unlawfully dispossessed from the possession?

Q6. Discuss the rights of purchaser against Vendor having the imperfect title.

Q7. What are the principles and procedure for rescission of contract? Explain.

Q8. When can Court grant the perpetual injunction? Explain.

Part-III

Q9. Discuss, when a trustee is discharged from his liabilities of trust?

Q10. What are certain obligations laid down in the Act in the nature of Trust?

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2010 Paper-II

Part-I: (Principles of Equity)

Q.1 Equity delighted in equality. Explain.

Q.2 Delay defeats ‘equity’. Discuss.

Q.3 Equity follows the Law. Discuss.

Q.4 Explain the following any two:

(a) Tacking    (b) Conversion (c) Election

Part-II: (Specific Relief Act)

Q.5 For whom Contract cannot be enforced specifically? Discuss.

Q.6 How is specific relief granted? Discuss.

Q.7 When can the Court refuse to grant the perpetual injunction? Q.8.What is rectification and on what principle it is based? When may instruments be rectified? Discuss.

Part-III (The Trust Act )

Q.9 Define trust? Discuss its various kinds.

Q.10 What are remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of a trust by a trustee?

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2011 Paper-II

PART-I (PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY)

Q1. He who comes to equity must come with clean hand. Discuss.

Q2. Delay defeats Equity. Discuss.

Q3. Equity looks to the intent rather than to form,

Q4. Explain the following any two

a) Forfeiture h) Right of Redemption

c) Tacking d) Election

PARTII (SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT)

Q5. How is specific relief granted? Discuss.

Q6. When does a court grant perpetual injunction, also explain the difference between perpetual and temporary injunction.

Q7. What are rights of bona fide purchaser against vendor having an imperfect title?

Q8. Explain who may obtain specific performance of the contract.

PARTIII (TRUST ACT)

Q9 Define trust. Discuss its various kinds.

Q10. How is the office of the trustee is vacated? What are the ways where a trustee may be discharged with or without the intervention of court?

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2012 Paper-II

PART-I (PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY)

Q1.  “Who conies to equity must do equity.”‘Explain.

Q2. Delay defeats equity.” Explain.

Q3. Write short notes:

  • Marshaling
  • Tacking
  • Doctrine of Priority

Q4. “Equity will not suffer a wrong without the remedy.” Explain.

PART-II (SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT)

Q5. Explain the procedure for recovery of possession of immovable property where a person is dispossessed from his possession.

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Q6. Explain the circumstances where the court may refuse to grant an injunction.

Q7. How is specific relief granted? Discuss.

Q8. What is the declaration? Under what circumstances/condition it is granted?

PART-III (TRUST ACT)

Q9. What is trust? Discuss its various kinds.

Q10. Discuss the powers and procedure for a court to appoint a new trustee.

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2013 Paper-II

Part-I (Principles of Equity)

Q1. Discuss equity will no suffer a wrong to be without a remedy.

Q2. Explain and illustrate the following.

(i) Sef- off   (ii) forfeiture   (iii) The basic roots of Equity

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q3. What are the contracts which may in the discretion of the Court be specifically enforced give example?

Q4. Give a detailed account of the kinds of injunctions and indicate cases where the court my refuse to grant an injunction.

Q5. What is a declaration? Explain the procedure and principles applicable for declaration? Discuss.

Q6. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how they are granted?

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q7. What are the remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of trust by a trustee?

Q8. How a trust is created and what are the requisites for the creation of the trust?

Part-IV (Waqf Act)

Q9. Explain the Concept of Waqf and its classifications.

Q10. Who may be appointed Mutawalli of Waqf property? What are his rights and duties?

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2014 Paper-II

Part-I (Principles of Equity)

Q1. “Equality is equity” explain.

Q2. Explain and illustrate the following:

  • Set off
  • The doctrine of Conversion Election

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q3. Against which contracts cannot be enforced specifically?

Q4. When can the court grant perpetual injunction?

Q5. Who may obtain specific .performance of a contract?

Q6. What is Rescission of contract and how does this differ from.

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q7. What are the remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of trust by a trustee?

Q8. What are the disabilities of the trustee? Explain.

Part-IV (Waqf act)

Q9. Define waqf and explain the essentials of a valid waqf?

Q10. Define Mutawalli who are incompetent to be Mutawalli?

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2015 Paper-II

Part-I (Principles of Equity)

Q1. “Ubi Jus Ibi Remedium”. Discuss.

Q2. Delay defeats equity.

Q3. Where equities are equal, the law shall prevail.

Q4. Explain and illustrate the following”

  • The growth of Equity.
  • Consolidation of mortgages
  • Doctrine of Election

    Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q5. What do you understand by equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

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Q6. Discuss the procedure for the recovery of immovable property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q7. What is Rescission of contract and how does this differ from cancellation?

Q8. When does a court grant the perpetual injunction? Explain the difference between perpetual and temporary injunction.

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q9. What are the remedies for a beneficiary in case of a breach of trust by a trustee?

Q10. Explain in detail the Extinction of a trust.

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2017 Paper-II

i) Attempt any FIVE questions selecting TWO each from Part-I and Part-II and ONE from Part-III. All questions carry equal marks.

Part-I (Principles of Equity)

Q.1 He who seeks equity must come with clean hands.

Q.2 Equity looks into intent rather than the form.

Q.3 Equity acts in personam. Discuss

Q.4 Write a short note on the following:

a) Origin of Equity
b) Set-off
c) Doctrine of Conversion

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q.5 What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how these are granted?

Q.6 Against whom contracts cannot be enforced specifically?

Q.7 When cancellation of an instrument may is be ordered. Explain with reference to the relevant law.

Q.8 What are rights of bonafide purchased against vendor having an imperfect title?

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q.9 What are lawful objects of a trust? What are the effects of an unlawful object? Explain.

Q.10 How the office of a trustee is vacated? What are the ways there that a trustee may be discharged with or without the intervention of court?

Law of Equity LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2019 Paper-II

Part-I (Principles of Equity)

Q1. Equity will suffer a wrong to be without a remedy. Explain in detail in the light of Equity’s jurisdiction.

Q2. He who seeks equity must do equity. Explain in detail.

Q3. Equity looks into intent rather than the form. Explain.

Q4. Write a short note on the followings:

  • Maxims of equity and its evolution
  • Doctrine of Election

Part-II (Specific Relief Act)

Q5. What do you understand by Equitable Remedies and how those are granted?

Q6. Discuss the procedure for the recovery of immovable property under the Specific Relief Act.

Q7. What are the rules relating to rescission of contract as laid down in Specific Relief Act? Discuss in detail.

Q8. What do you mean by perpetual and temporary injunction? Under what circumstances a court may refuse to grant injunction?

Part-III (Trust Act)

Q9. Lawful object is an essential element in a trust. Briefly explain the object of a trust. When the object of a trust is unlawful?

Q10. Explain in detail the extinction of a trust.

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