LLB Part 2 Special and Local Laws Past Papers 2007-2019

Past Papers of Special and Local Laws for LL.B Part 2 is collected and arranged. The paper of Special and Local Laws is an optional paper in LL.B part 2. Special and Local Laws are much important to understand by any future lawyer and also by the current legal professionals who are especially working in social issues, property,  union councils and administrative units. Have a look at the past papers of Special and Local Laws of LL.B Part 2 and prepare your mind for examination:

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LL.B Part 2 Special and Local Laws Past Papers 2007 To Onward

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2007 Paper-VII

i) Attempt any FIVE questions. THREE questions from Part-I and TWO questions from Part-II. All questions carry equal marks.

Part-I

Q.1 Define and explain any Folk of the following:

(i)Land Revenue.

(ii) Khasra Number

(iii) Assessment Circle.

(iv) Village Officer.

(v)Rates and Cases.

(vi) Land Owner.

Q.2 What are the classes of Revenue Officers? Define the role of the Board of Revenue, Punjab.

Q.3 It is the duty of the person acquiring title in land the report the incident to the Patwari. Describe in detail the duties of the Patwari and the Revenue Officer in this behalf.

Q.4 What is the procedure for the recovery of “arrears of land revenue”? Describe in detail.

Q.4 Who can apply for “partition of joint holding”? What steps are to be taken by the Revenue Officer in this behalf? Discuss in detail.

Q.5 A tenant cannot be ejected save in accordance with law, explain. What are the grounds of ejectment of a tenant from year to year?

Q.6 What are the classes of cases exclusively tribal by Revenue Courts under the Tenancy Act? Explain in detail.

Part-II

Q.8 Define “Preemption”. Who are the persons entitled to exercise such right in performance to others? Also explain the procedure to be followed in this behalf.

Q.9 How fair market value of the property is determined by the Courts?

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2008 Paper-VII

Part-1

Q.1 Define and explain the following:

(i) Agricultural year (ii) Assessment Circle (iii)Landlord (iv) Estate

Q.2 What is an Arrear of Land Revenue? Who is a Defaulter? Enumerate the process for recovery of arrears of land revenue.

Q.3 How and on what occasion a Mutation is affected? Does Mutation confer right or ownership? If not. what is its purpose?

Q.4 Who can apply for Partition of land? How Revenue officer shall proceed if title of land is disputed during proceedings?

Q.5 What are the main conditions which have to be kept in view in making first appointment of village Headman?

Q.6 What do you understand by the word Improvement as laid down in the Tenancy Act Explain in detail?

Q.7 Enumerate and explain four such cases/matters as are within the exclusive jurisdiction of Revenue officer acting as such.

Q.8 Who can claim shufa? What is the limitation on the right of preemption’?

Q.9 What does the right of Preemption mean’? What are the .demands required for enforcement of such right?

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2009 Paper-VII

Part-I

Q1 Define and explain the followings:

(a) Landlord (b) Boundary Mark
(c) Arrears of Land Revenue
(d) Village Officers

Q2 Explain the Procedure of Mutation of Land.

Q3 Under what grounds a lamberdar can be dismissed?

Q4 What is the difference between Appeal and Revision under the Land Revenue Act? –

Q5 Discuss the various classes of Revenue officers and their duties.

Q6 Can every matter be referred for Arbitration without the consent of the Parties? Does Arbitration Act, 1940 apply to Revenue matters under the Land Revenue Act?

Part-II

Q7 Discuss in detail the law relating to Personal Cultivation.

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Q8 Explain fully the Procedure of Review under Tenancy Act.

Part-III

Q9 In what order right of Pre-emption is exercised? Which properties are not Pre-emption?

Q10 What are the guidelines prescribed by the law for the determination of the market value of the Property?

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2010 Paper-VII

Part-I

Q.l. Define and explain the following:

(a)Village officer (b) Land lord

(c)Arrears of Land Revenue (d) Agricultural year

Q.2.Write a detailed note on Arbitration in revenue matters.

Q.3. Discuss the law relating to Review under the Land Revenue Act, 1967.

Q.4. Lamberdar plays a very important role in revenue administration. Discuss his position with reference to his duties.

Q.5. Discuss the procedure of making a mutation of land.

Q.6.What is a question as to title? Discuss the procedure of determination of the question as to title, if arises during partition.

Part-II

Q.7. Discuss the procedure of division of produce between the Landlord and tenant in case of dispute regarding such division.

Q.8. Write a detailed note on improvement

Part-III

Q.9. Discuss in detail the procedure of making demands for pre-emption.

Q.10. What do you understand about the right of Pre-emption? Who are the persons entitled to exercise such right in preference to others?

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2011 Paper-VII

PART-I

Q.1 Define the term village officer and discuss the appointment and grounds of dismissal of Lamberdar.

Q.2 Discuss the law relating of mutation under the Land Revenue Act 1967.

Q.3 What do you understand by the term ‘assessment’? Discuss the circumstances under which special assessment is undertaken.

Q.4 Discuss the procedure for the sale of holding of the defaulter for the recovery of arrears of Land Revenue.

Q.5 What is a ‘question of title? Discuss the procedure to be observed in case of such a question.

Q.6 Discuss in detail the law relating to Review and Revision under Land Revenue Act 1967.

PART-II

Q.7 Discuss the grounds for the establishment of occupancy rights under the Punjab Tenancy Act 1887.

Q.8 What are the grounds for the ejectment of:

a) Tenant from year to year

b) Tenant for fixed term

c) Occupancy Tenant

PART-III

Q.9 What is the object of the right of Pre-emption? Discuss the persons who are entitled to exercise the right of Pre-emption.

Q.10 Write a comprehensive note on the various Talabs (Demands), their importance and timings for establishing the right of Pre-emption.

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2012 Paper-VII

Part-I

Q. 1. Define and explain any FOUR of the following:

i) Agricultural year ii) Net assets

iii) Land owner iv) Village Officer

v) Estate vi) Survey number or Khasra number

Q. 2. What is the procedure for the service of Summons, Notices and Proclamations under the Land Revenue Act?

Q. 3. Land revenue is joint and several liability of all the – share-holders of the holding. explain What are the various means for the recovery of arrears of land revenue?

Q.4. What are the documents included in the Record of Rights? When it is prepared and what is the evidentiary value of entries in the Record of Rights?

Q.5. What is the procedure for partitioning of joint holding? Explain in detail with particular reference to the areas.Which are excluded from the purview of Partition.

Q.6. What is the procedure for incorporating change of ownership in the revenue record? Discuss the responsibility of Revenue Patwari in this behalf.

Part-II

Q.7. What are the grounds on which a non-occupancy tenant for a fixed terry, can be ejected from his tenancy?

Q.8. What are the classes of occupancy tenants under the Tenancy Act? What changes have been made in this behalf?

Part-III

Q.9. Time is of essence in exercise of the right of Pre-emption, explain with reference to various  Talabs, necessary for the exercise of this right.

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Q.10. What are the powers of the court in determining the fair market price of the property under Pre-emption?

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2013 Paper-VII

Q1 Lambardari system is deemed to be very beneficial for revenue administration. Highlight its importance by ‘discussing the qualification and duties of Lanabardar.

Q2 Discuss the procedure of making mutation under the provisions of land revenue Act 1967. Also discuss the importance of computerization of revenue record in Punjab.

Q3 What is-question as to title? Explain the procedure for its determination, if arises, during proceeding of partition of holding.

Q4 Discuss the law relating to “Review” under the provisions of land Revenue Act 1967.

Q5 Discuss in detail the processes which may be invoked against the defaulter for the recovery of arrears of land revenue.

Q6 Discuss the procedure of referring a matter to arbitration and the procedure to followed by the arbitrators for the determination of a matter referred to them.

Part-11

Q7 Analyse various provisions of the Punjab Tenancy Act ‘1887 which relate to the establishment occupancy rights.

Q8 Discuss the law relating to limit of holding for personal cultivation.

Part-III

Q9 Define the term right of pre-emption. Discuss the persons who are entitled to exercise such right.

Q10 What do you understand by the term Market price for the purposed of pre-emption? Discuss the procedure of determination of such price.

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2014 Paper-VII

Part-I

Q1 Define the term village officer and discuss the law relating to the appointment and dismissal of a lambardar.

Q2 What do you understand by the term record of rights discuss the documents included in it. Also state whether any presumption of truth has been attached to the record of rights.

Q3 Describe the form of summons. Discuss the law relating to service thereof.

Q4 Who my apply for partition of joint holding? Discuss the procedure of partition. Also highlight the restrictions and limitation on partition.

Q5 What is survey and boundary. Discuss the law relating to the determination of boundary line between the riverain estates.

Q6 Discuss the law relating to ‘Revision’ under the land revenue Act, 1907.

Part-II

Q7 Discuss in detail’ respective rights of land and tenant with respect to produce of the tenancy.

Q8 Analyse the provisions of the Punjab tenancy Act 1887 which relate to limit of holding for personal cultivation.

Part-III

Q9 Define the term pre-emption. Discuss in detail the procedure prescribed for the determination of market value of the property for the purposes of suit for pre-emption.

Q10 Discuss the properties in respect of which the right of pre-emption can and cannot be exercised.

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2015 Paper-VII

Part-I

Q1. Disuses various classes of the revenue officers. Also bring to light the duties to be performed by such officers.

Q2 What do you know about the term record of rights? Discuss the documents included in it.

Q3 What coerce is to be adopted by revenue officer in case there arise a question as to title during the course of partition proceedings?

Q4 Define the term review. Discuss the law relating to ‘Review’ under the provisions of the land revenue Act, 1967.

Q5 Lambardar is considered to be very important unit of revenue administration in Punjab. High light its importance by discussing law relating to appointment, duties and dismissal of a lambardar. Also state the restrictions imposed on emoluments.

Q6 Discuss in detail the law relating to sale/auction of the immovable property of the defaulter of the recovery of the arrears of land revenue.

Part-II

Q7 Analyse various legal provisions relating to the ejectment of occupancy tenant, tenant for fixed term and tenant from year to year. Also discuss the restrictions, if any, on such ejectment.

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Q8 Discuss the law relating to extinction of occupancy tenancies under the provisions of the Punjab Tenancy Ac, 1887.

Part-III

Q9 Elaborate the Law relating to marking of ‘Talbs’ (Demands) for exercising right of pre-emption. What procedure shall adopted in case a person is unable to make the Talbs (demands)?

Q10 Define and explain the following terms:

(a) Immovable property.
(b) Sale.
(c) Abatement of the right of pre-emption.
(d) Shafl Khalit.

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2017 Paper-VII

Part-I

Q.1 What is question as to title? Discuss in detail the procedure to be adopted by a Revenue Officer in case such question arises during the course of partition proceedings.

Q.2 Discuss the legal provisions relating to fixation of boundary line between riverain estates and also throw light on the effect of such boundary line.

Q.3 Lambardar is considered to be very important unit of revenue administration in Punjab. Highlight its importance by discussing law relating to appointment, dismissal and emoluments of a Lambardar.

4 Analyse the legal provisions which encompass various aspects of review of decisions by Revenue Officers.

Q.5 Define and distinguish between record of rights and periodical record of right. Discuss the documents included in periodical record of rights.

Q.6 What is the nature of arbitration under the provisions of Land Revenue Act, 1967? Discuss in detail various provisions relating to arbitration of Revenue matters under the Land Revenue Act. 1967.

Part-II

Q.7 Explain the provisions of law which relate to establishment of occupancy rights under the Punjab Tenancy Act, 1887.

Q.8 What is the law relating to limit of holding for personal cultivation. Explain the detail.

Part-III

Q.9 Write short notes:

(a) Limitation for suit for pre-emption
(b) Determination of market value

Q.10 Who are the persons entitled to file a suit for pre-emption? What formalities are to be fulfilled by a pre-emptor for filling a suit for pre-emption?

Special and Local Laws LL.B PART-II ANNUAL 2019 Paper-VII

Note: Solve 5 Questions by selecting 3 questions from Part-I and two from Part-II and Part-III.

Part-I (Land Revenue Act, 1967)

Q1. What is “mutation”? Discuss the law relating to making mutation after the introduction of computerized system in revenue administration. Also state the changes, if any, brought about by the computerization of the revenue record.

Q2. Explain in detail the role of Tehsildar as Chief Revenue Administrator of a Tehsil.

Q3. Enumerate in order various processes prescribed for the recovery of arrears of the land revenue. Discuss the law relating to transfer of holing and attachment of holding as a process for the recovery of arrears of land revenue.

Q4. Analyse various provisions relating to settlement of revenue disputes through arbitration. To what extent the said provisions are helpful in solving the disputes under the Land Revenue Act, 1967?

Q5. Describe the term “Review”. Explain the legal provisions relating to review under the provisions of Land Revenue Act, 1976.

Q6. Define the term “boundary mark” and explain various boundary marks laid down under the Land Revenue Act, 1967. Also highlight the importance of such boundary marks in revenue administration.

Part-II (Punjab Tenancy Act, 1967)

Q7. Discuss in the detail the law relating to establishment of occupancy rights under the Punjab Tenancy Act, 1887.

Q8. Analyse the legal provisions relating to extinction of occupancy tenancy as a result of enforcement of Punjab Tenancy (Amendment) Act, 1952.

Part-III (Punjab Pre-emption Act, 1991)

Q9. Discuss the properties over which right of pre-emption cannot be exercised. Also explain the law relating to various aspects of limitation for filling a suit for pre-empation.

Q10. Time is considered to tbe the essence of right of pre-emption. Discuss this statement in the light of various talabs (demand) to be made by the pre-emptor.

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