LLB Part 3 Minor Acts Past Papers 2007-2019

LL.B Part 3 Past Papers of Minor Acts are arranged here under.  The Minor Acts includes the Arbitration Act, 1940, Punjab Rented Premises Act, 2009, The Court Fee Act, 1870, The Stamp, Act 1899, and Suit Evaluation Act, 1887. Questions will be given from these subject in parts. See below for all the past papers. These papers are helpful in understanding the nature of paper and to prepare well for the examination. Check out the following year wise indexing to see the relevant past paper of LL.B part 3 Minor Acts:

Content Indexing

Minor Acts ANNUAL 2007
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2008
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2009
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2010
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2011
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2012
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2013
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2014
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2015
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2017
Minor Acts ANNUAL 2018

LL.B Part 3 Minor Acts Past Papers 2007 to onward

Minor Acts LL.B PART III ANNUAL 2007 Paper-VI

Time Allowed: 3      Hours Max. Marks: 100

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 (Arbitration Act)

1. Who is an arbitrator? Write down in detail the comparison between Sections 8 and 9 of the arbitration.

2. Whether a suit is competent where there is an arbitration agreement is available between.

3. Define and explain the following:

  • Industrial Dispute
  • Employer
  • Establishment
  • Strike

4. Discuss in detail the procedure for the registration of a trade union.

5. What is the procedure for the redress of individual grievance under the provisions of Industrial Relations Ordinance, 2002?

6. What is the procedure of terminating the services of different workers under Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, 1968 and what benefits are available to them in case of termination of employment?

7. What are Powers and Procedure of the Commissioner?

8. Explain the principles contain in Section 17 of the Act.

9. The Suit Valuation Act and Court Fee Act are not in Part Material. Discuss.

Part-III (Stamp Act)

10. Compare Sections 33 and 35 of the Act, and differentiate between both.

11. Write a detail note on the principles laid down in Sections 4, 5 and 6 of the Stamp Act.

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2008 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. Define arbitrator. Who can appoint an arbitrator and what is the procedure for appointment of Arbitrator?

2. Define an Arbitrator Agreement. Discuss Competency of the suit during its existence.

3. Discuss in detail the grounds on which a tenant can be evicted from a rented property

4. What is Fair Rent? Discuss the procedure for the determination of Fair Rent.

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Discuss the procedure for refund of Court Fee paid on a memorandum of Appeal and on an application of Review of Judgment.

6. What are Multifarious suits? Discuss in detail.

7. What is the purpose and object of the Suit Valuation Act? Discuss.

8. How value is determined for Jurisdiction purposes? Discuss.

Part-III (Stamp Act 1899)

9. What instruments are chargeable with duty under the provisions of Stamp Act, 1899. Discuss.

10. Discuss the procedure for examination and impounding of instruments under the Provisions of Stamp Act, 1899? 

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2009 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. Who is an Arbitrator? Write down in detail the comparison between Sections 8 and 9 of the Arbitration Act.

2. Describe the power of the court to remove an Arbitrator, revoke his authority and modify the award.

3. Discuss in detail the grounds on which a tenant can be evicted from the rented property.

4. What is the Fair Rent? discuss the procedure for the determination of fair rent.

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Discuss the object of the Court Fee Act. Is any document exempt from court fee? Discuss. 

6. Are the provision of Section 7 of the Act computing value of court fee comprehensive and cover all type of suits?

7. Discuss in detail the object and purpose of the Suit Valuation Act, 1887.

8. Interpret the law mention in Section 11 of the Suit Valuation Act,1887.

Part-III (Stamp Act)

9. Compare Section 33 and 35 of the Stamp Act and differentiate between these both sections. 

10. Write a detail note on the following:

  • Bond
  • Chargeable
  • Instruments of Partition
  • Lease
  • Settlement

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2010 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. Define the following terms:

  • Legal Representative
  • Misconduct
  • Arbitration Agreement and the death of parties
  • Mediator and Arbitrator

2. Can an award be changed by Court after making it Rule of Court? Explain in detail.

3. Explain the provisions of Section 13 (6) of the Rent Restriction Ordinance of 1959.

4. Write a note on the following:

  • Rights of Landlord
  • Rights of Tenant

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Discuss the object of the Court Fee Act. Are any documents exempted from, Court fee? Discuss.

6. What is the value of the following for the Purpose of Court fee and jurisdiction:

  • Suit for enactment of the tenant from agricultural land.
  • Suit for specific performance of a contract for a sale of house valuing Rs. 20 lacs.
  • Suit for mensne profit.
  • Suit for declaration with consequential relief

7. Critically examine and analyze objects and scope of Suit Valuation Act.

8. The valuation of a suit for the purpose of jurisdiction is quite distinct from its valuation for the fiscal purpose of Court fee. Discuss.

Part-III (The Sales Act)

9. What instruments are compulsorily chargeable with duty? Explain in detail.

10. Write a note on following:

  • Bond
  • Mortgage Deed
  • Receipt
  • Marketable Security

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2011 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. Who is an Arbitrator? Write down in detail the comparison between section 8 and 9 of the Arbitration Act.

2. How an Arbitrator is appointed? Discuss in detail the Award.

3. Whether the landlord can interfere with the amenities enjoyed by the tenant, under the term of rent deed? If so, state circumstances.

4. What remedy available to a tenant? Who has been ejected-from rented property/house on the sole ground of occupation of any children and such child does not occupy and to what court? Also highlight the nature, procedure adopted by such court in detail.

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Are the provisions of section 7 of the Court Fee Act computing value of court fee comprehensive and cover all types of suit.

6. Interpret the law mention in section 11 of the Suit Valuation Act, 1887.

7.  Discuss the procedure for raising an objection against valuation of a suit or appeal to the court of appeal.

8.  What is value for the purpose of Court Fee and Jurisdiction in the following cases:

  • Suit for the rendition of account.
  • Suit for enactment of a tenant from agricultural land.
  • Suit for Mesne Profit.
  • Suit for the special performance of a contract for the sale of shop valuing 30 Lacs.

Part-III (Stamp Act)

9. Write a detail note on procedure laid down in section 4, 5 and 6 of the Stamp Act, 1887.

10. What is the principle stated in section 33 of the Act? Discuss its objects and its usefulness.

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2012 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. How an arbitrator is appointed? Discuss in detail the essentials of an award.

2. Describe the power of the court to remove an arbitrator, revoke his authority and Modify the award.

3.  Discuss in detail the obligations of landlord and tenant.

4. Define the following:

  • Landlord
  • Rent

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Discuss the object of Court fee Act. Are any documents exempted from the court fee? Discuss.

6. Discuss the procedure of refund of the court fee paid on a memorandum of appeal

7. Discuss in -detail the object and purposes of the Suit Valuation Act.

8. How value is determined for jurisdiction purposes? Explain in detail.

Part-III (Stamp Act)

9. Q.9 Compare section 33 and section 35 of the Stamp Act and differentiate between both sections.

10. Write a short note on the following: 

  • Instrument
  • Bond
  • Chargeable
  • Settlement

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2013 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. What power the does Court enjoy to appoint Arbitrator or umpire?

2. Discuss in detail the essentials of an award. Is the Court competent to amend the Award? Discuss in detail.

3. How is a tenancy created? Discuss in detail the contents of a Tenancy Agreement.

4. What is the procedure for the appearance of Parties before the Rent Tribunal and what are the consequences for non-appearance? 

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Documents exempt from Court fees?

6.  What is the object of the Court Fees Act? Are any documents exempt from Court fees?

7.  What is the object and purpose of Suits Valuation Act? Discuss in detail.

8. Who is competent to determine the question relating to the valuation of Suits? Discuss with relevant provisions of Law.

Part-III (The Stamp Act)

9. State and discuss the procedure as to the examination and impounding of instruments.

10. Define a duh stamped instrument. How are the following instruments chargeable under the Stamp Act?

  • A single transaction  completed in several instruments
  • An instrument comprising more than one transaction
  • A single transaction which might be viewed as falling under more than one category

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2014 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. Discuss in detail the concept of Arbitration with the intervention of the court where no suit is pending.

2. Write a detailed note about the making /setting aside of an award under the Arbitration Act, 1875.

3. Discuss in detail the grounds for eviction of a tenant as mentioned in the Punjab Rented Premises Act, 2009.

4. Discuss in detail the provisions regarding the appearance of parties before the Rent tribunal and consequence of non-appearance.

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Discuss in detail the provisions relating to refund of court fee in different claims as mentioned in the Court Fees Act, 1870.

6. Discuss the object of the Court Fee Act. Are any documents exempted from the court fee? Discuss.

7. In certain suits, the value for the purpose of court fee and for jurisdictional purposes shall be the same. Discuss. 

8. Critically examine and analyze objects and scope of Suit valuation Act, 1887.

Part-III (The Stamp Act)

9. State and discuss the procedure as to the examination and impounding of instruments.

10. What instruments are compulsorily chargeable with duty? Explain in detail.

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2015 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. Define an arbitration agreement. Discuss competency of the suit during its existence.

2. Can an award be changed after making it Rule of Court? Explain in detail.

3. What procedure is available for filing of an application before the Rent Tribunal?

4. Write down the obligations of Landlord and Tenant.

Part-II (The Court Fee Act)

5. Explain the concept of court fee at a punitive rate.

6. Are the provisions of Section 7 of the Court Fee Act computing value of court fee comprehensive and cover all types of suits? Discuss.

7. Discuss the procedure for raising an objection against the valuation of a suit or appeal to the court of appeal.

8. The Valuation for the purpose of jurisdiction is quite distinct from its valuation for the fiscal purpose of court fee. Discuss.

Part-III (Stamp Act)

9. Practically every document is required to be stamped under section 3 of the Stamp Act, 1889. Discuss with reference to the exceptions.

10. What is receipt? Discuss fully the penalty for refusal to give a receipt and also write the devices to evade duty.

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2017 Paper-VI

i) Attempt FIVE questions. All questions carry equal marks.

ii) This Question paper will not be accepted unless the particular heading from the syllabus is mentioned against each question in the column specified for the purpose.

PART-I (Arbitration Act)

1. What are the conditions for passing an order for the stay of proceedings under Section 34 of the Arbitration Act 1940 and what would be its effect? Please discuss in detail.

2. What are the implied conditions of Arbitration Agreement, as provided in the First Schedule of the Arbitration Act, 1940?

3. What is the procedure for filing an application in respect of a rented premise in the Rent Tribunal along with the procedure for filing an application for eviction of a tenant? What procedure is to be adopted by the Rent Tribunal on an appearance of parties and what are the consequences of non-appearance?

4.  Is there any provision of law under which the Rent Tribunal shall pass an order for the payment of rent and other dues pending the final disposal of the Proceedings? Such an order is appeal able or not?

Part-II (The Court Fee Act) 

5. What does Ad-valorem Court Fee means? Whether upon self-off or counter-claim, any court fee is payable? If so, on what value?

6. What is the procedure for refund of court fee paid on memorandum of appeal and an application for review of judgment? Also mention the grounds for refund of court fee?

7. The valuation for the purpose of jurisdiction is quite distinct from its valuation for the fiscal purpose of court fee. Discuss in detail.

8.  Is it correct that court fee value and jurisdiction value is to be the same in certain suits? Please explain with examples.

Part-III (The Stamp Act)

9. Section 28 of the Stamp Act, 1899 deals with the directions as to the levy of duty in cases of certain conveyances. Please explain the law in detail.

10. What does impound of the instrument means? Whether instrument not duly stamped is admissible in evidence?

Minor Acts LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2018 Paper-VI

PART-I (Arbitration Act, 1940)

1. What is the procedure to file an application regarding arbitration agreement in court? Please explain in detail while mentioning the relevant provision of law.

2. Please discuss in detail the power of the court to modify the award power of the court to remit all award and power of the court to pass an interim order.

Punjab Rented Premises Act, 2009

3.  What are the obligations of a tenant and if any of the obligations are not fulfilled, what action is proposed with reference to the law applicable thereto?

4. Leave to contest is a principle enunciated under section 22 of the Punjab Rented Premises Act, 2009. Please explain with examples.

Court Fee Act 1870

5. How the fee shall be computed as payable in the following suits:

  • For declaratory decree and consequential relief
  • For an Injunction
  • For possession of Land, houses, and gardens
  • For maintenance and annuities
  • For movable property having a market value
  • For movable property having no market value
  • To force a right of pre-emption
  • For the specific performance of the contract
  • To set aside an attachment
  • For accounts

6.  If the land, house or garden as mentioned in section 7 (v) and (VI) of Court Fee Act, 1870 has wrongly estimated then discuss the procedure to be adopted by the Court to commute the payable in the Court.

Stamp Act, 1899

7. Instrument not duly stamped is inadmissible in evidence. Discuss with reference to Section 35 of the Stamp Act, 1899. 

8. When an application for relief under section 49 of the Stamp Act 1899 to be made? Please discuss in detail with reference to relevant law.

Suit Evaluation Act, 1887

9. Please discuss the law envisaged under section 11 of the Suit Valuation Act, 1887 where an objection is taken on appeal or revision that a suit or appeal was not properly valued for jurisdictional purpose?

10. What is the procedure for raising an objection regarding the valuation of a suit or appeal?

Also Read!  LLB Part 1 Law of Contract Past Papers 2007-2019

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