LLB Part 2 Public International Law Past Papers 2007-2019

Past Papers of Public International Law for LL.B Part 2 is given here under. The paper of Public International Law is a compulsory paper in LL.B part 2. Public International Law is vital to read as relations with foreign and local bodies are essential for growth of a nation. All the year wise past papers of Public International Law of LL.B Part 2 is collected and set here according to needs of the student of LL.B part 2.

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LL.B Part 2 Public International Law Past Papers 2007 To Onward

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2007 Paper-VI

i) Attempt any FIVE questions.

Q.1. What are the Principal sources of International Law? Give your answer with reference to Article 38 of the Statute of International Court of Justice.

Q.2. What is the legal status of individual under International Law? Discuss fully.

Q.3. Discuss fully various theories advanced with regard to the relationship between International Law and Municipal Law. Is the actual state practice in conformity with these theories?

Q.4. What are the elements of statehood? State various kinds of States.

Q.5. Define “Recognition”. What are the rules governing the recognition of insurgency and belligerency?

Q.6. Define “State Sovereignty”. What are the things and objects over which a state is competent to exercise its Sovereignty?

Q.7. Define “Territorial Waters” What are the rules relating to the power of a state to exercise its jurisdiction over terrestrial waters.

Q.8. Who is a diplomatic envoy? What immunities and. Are privileges available to him?

Q.9. What is a treaty? How are they concluded? Discuss fully.

Q. 10. Write notes on the following:

(a) Piracy. (b) Extradition. (c) Servitude(d) Contraband.

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2008 Paper-VI

Q.1. Define International Law, discuss the different theories about the basis of International Law.

Q.2. Explain:

(i) The role of International law before Municipal Courts.

(ii) The position of Municipal law within International sphere.

Q.3. In the light of Vienna Convention on Law of Treaties. 1969, explain the following:

  • Formation of Treaties
  • Entry into Force
  • Interpretation of Treaties
  • Reservations to Treaties
  • Termination of Treaties

Q.4. Explain in detail the rules of ‘State Succession’.

Q.5. Write short notes on the following:

  • Pirates
  • Territorial waters.
  • Natural State

Q.6. According to Article I. Montivedeo Convention, State as an International legal person should possess the following qualifications, discuss.

(i) Permanent Population (ii) Defined territory iii) Government

(iv) Capacity to enter into legal relations with other states.

Q.7. Explain in details the various Privileges and Immunities enjoyed by a diplomatic envoy?

Q.8. Discuss in details the ‘Right of Self-determination.

Q.9. Mistreatment of foreign nationals give rise to  international responsibility; while examining the law  State Responsibility discuss the rules relating to this type
of responsibility.

Q:10. Discuss in detail the role of the International Court of. Justice in judicial settlement of international disputes.

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2009 Paper-VI

Q1. Explain the declaratory and constitutive theory of Recognition.

Q2. What are the Principal Sources of International Law Give your answer with reference to Article 38 of the Statute of International Court of Justice?

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Q3 Discuss the privileges and immunities enjoyed by the diplomatic envoys.

Q4 Write notes on the following:

(a) Piracy (b) Extradition
(c) Servitude (d) Contraband

Q5 Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of International Law?

Q6. Explain the following:

(i) National Law before International Courts.
(ii) National Courts applying International Law.

Q7. Discuss the law of State Responsibility.

Q8. Write a detailed note on the right of self-determination.

Q9. Explain the following methods in detail,’ by which a state may gain title to a piece of territory:
(i) Occupation (ii) Prescription

Q10 Explain the following types of jurisdiction:

(i) Jurisdiction to Prescribe
(ii) Jurisdiction to Enforce
(iii) Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction of State

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2010 Paper-VI

Q.1.Discuss the juridical basis of International Law.

Q.2.Give a definition of Treaty according to the Vienna Convention on the law of Treaties, 1969 and explain the following:

(a) Entry into force
(b) Modification r.if Treaty
(c) Reservation of Treaty

Q.3.Explain the following theories of National and International Law:

(a) Transformation
(b ) Incorporation

Q.4.Discuss the following as a subject of International Law:

(a) States
(b) Individuals

Q.5.Discuss the following theories of Recognition: Declaratory theory

(b) Constitutive theory

Q.6.Discuss the following types of jurisdiction:

(a) Territorial jurisdiction
(b) National jurisdiction
(c) Universal jurisdiction

Q.7.There are several recognized methods of which state may give the title to a piece of territory. Discuss following concepts of acquisition of sovereignty over
territory:

(a) Cession and Treaty
(b) Conquest (use of force)
(c)- Self-determination

Q.8.Discuss the following concepts of state immunity:

(a)Absolute Immunity Approach

(b) Restrictive Immunity Approach

Q.9.In the context of ‘State Responsibility’, discuss the standard of Treatment of Foreign Nationals.

Q.10. Discuss the following methods of peaceful settlement of disputes:

(a) Conciliation
(b) Arbitration
(c) Mediation

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2011 Paper-VI

Q.1 What are the main Sources of International Law? Discuss in the light of Article 38 of ICJ.

Q.2 Who are the subjects of International Law? Discuss in detail.

Q.3 What is meant by ‘Recognition of States’? Explain different theories on the subject.

Q.4 Write short note On the following:

i) Pirates ii) Territorial Waters iii) Natural State

Q3. Critically examine the Powers of UN Security Council with regard to the maintenance of International Peace and Security.

Q.6 Define and explain “Nationality”. flow can it be acquired and lost?

Q.7 Discuss the privileges and immunities enjoyed by the diplomatic envoys.

Q.8 What is the Law on ‘State Responsibility’? Discuss in detail.

Q.9 Discuss the role of International Court of Justice in Judicial Settlement of international disputes.

Q.10 Define treaty in the light of the Vienna Convention on Law of treaties and explain the following:

i) Reservations to treaty

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2012 Paper-VI

Q.1 How a multinational treaty is concluded? What are various rules of its interpretations?

Q.2 Discuss the constitution, functions, and powers of the Security Council of the UN Discuss its failures if any.

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Q.3 What are principal sources of Public International Law? Your answer should be with reference to article 38 of the statute of International Court of Justice.

Q.4. The charter of the UN reaffirms faith in equal rights of Nations, rage and small. Discuss. Please state whether there are any exceptions to the general rule of equality of state.

Q.5 Critically examine the legal character of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Q.6 Define “extradition “. What are the common rules of international law which govern extradition in the absence of an extradition treaty?

Q.7 International Court of Justice does not have jurisdiction without the consent of. the states. Discuss in detail.

Q.8 What legal issues are involved in Kashmir conflict? Discuss in light of the Right of ‘Self-Determination, Human Rights, and the Genocide Convention.

Q.9 What is the difference between Defacto and De-jure. recognition? Discuss in the light of state/government recognition in general.

Q.10 Define “intervention”. What are the kinds and grounds for intervention?

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2013 Paper-VI

Q1. Explain Custom and Treaties as material sources of International law.

Q2 is this the high time to review Change the UN Charter? Discuss with reference to ‘inefficiency’ of UN Security Council.

Q3 Explain coercive measures for settlement of international disputes?

Q4, What is sovereignty? How a state acquires and loses the territory?

Q5 Define “extradition”. What are the common rules of international law which govern extradition in the absence of an extradition treaty?

Q6 Write a short note on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948. What is its present-day Status?

Q7 International Court of Justice does not have jurisdiction without the consent of the states. Discuss in detail.

Q8 What is Nationality? How it is acquired and lost.

Q9 What is the difference between Defacto and De-jure recognition? Discuss in the light of state/government recognition in general.

Q10 Explain immunities and privileges of foreign diplomats.

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2014 Paper-VI

Q1. Discuss the strengths and weakness of international legal system?

Q2. Discuss the following as a subject of international law .

(a) states
(b) Individuals

Q3. Write a detailed note on the following aspects of recognition of state:

(a) Defacto recognition
(b) Dejure recognition

Q4. What are the principal sources of international law? support your answer with reference to Article 38 of the statute of international court of justice?

Q5. Write a detailed note on the right. of self-determination?

Q6. What are privileges and immunities enjoyed by the diplomatic envoys?

Q7. Discuss development of the law of Human rights after the formation of UN?

Q8. Define and explain “Nationality”? How it can be acquired and lost?

Q9. Discuss following methods of peaceful settlement-of disputes?

(a) Conciliation
(b) Arbitration
(c) Mediation

Q10. What are elements of statehood? State various kinds of states?

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2015 Paper-VI

Q1. What is the Principle source if international Law? Give your answer with respect to Article 38 of the Statute of International Court of Justice.

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Q2. Explain:

(a) The Role of international law before Municipal Courts.
(b) Position of Municipal law within the international where.

Q3. What are the elements of statehood? Describe various kinds of states.

Q4. What is meant by subject of international Law? Describe various subjects of International Law.

Q5. Write a detailed note on following aspects of recognition of state.

(a) De facto recognition
(b) De jure recognition

Q6. Write a detailed note on self determination.

Q7. Explain in detail the rules of ‘ State Succession”

Q8. Explain in detail the various privileges and immunities enjoyed by the Diplomatic envoy.

Q9. Discuss in detail the role of the International Court of justice in judicial settlement of international disputes.

Q10. Write a note on the following

(a) Extradition (b) Piracy

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2017 Paper-VI

Q.1 What are the principal source of international. law? Give your answer with respect to Article 38 of the Statues of the international court of justice.

Q.2 Discuss fully various theories advanced with regard to the relationship between International Law and Municipal law. Is the actual state practice in conformity with these theories?

Q.3 Discuss the following as a subject of international law:

(a) States (b) Individual

Q.4 What is the law on ‘State Responsibility? Discuss in detail.

Q.5 Discuss in detail the distinction between Recognition de jure and Recognition de facto. Do they have the same legal effect? Explain.

Q.6 Discuss the following types of jurisdiction:

(a) Territorial Jurisdiction
(b) National Jurisdiction
(c) Universal Jurisdiction

Q.7 Elaborate the various state practices regarding asylum.

Q.8 Discuss the following diplomatic methods of peaceful settlement of international disputes:

(a) Negotiation (b) Good Offices (c) Inquiry

Q.9 Discuss in detail the role of the international court of justice in judicial settlement of international disputes.

Q.10 Define ‘State Sovereignty’. What are the things and objects over which a state is competent to exercise its sovereignty?

Public International Law LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2019 Paper-VI

Note: Solve only 5 questions that will be of equal marks.

Q1. what is the difference between de-fecto and de-jure recognition? Explain in the light of state / government recognition in general.

Q2. Discuss the constitution functions and powers of the Security Council of the UNO?

Q3. Explain the theories of International Law in national legal system?

  • Transformation
  • Incorporation

Q4. Define and explain International Law? Whether it is a proper law or not?

Q5. How a multinational Treaty is concluded? What are various rules of its interpretations?

Q6. Define and explain “state sovereignty”? What are the things and objects over which a state is competent to exercise its sovereignty?

Q7. Define and explain “Extradition”. What are the most common rules of international law which govern extradition in the absence of an extradition treaty?

Q8. Write a detailed note on the “right of self determination”.

Q9. Discuss and explain “custom” as a source of international law.

Q10. Discuss the following types of jurisdiction:

  • Territorial jurisdiction
  • National jurisdiction
  • National jurisdiction
  • Universal jurisdiction

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