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Which one of the following is not a theory of legal personality?
In which one of the following cases, the court pierced the veil of the corporate personality?
Which theory of legal personality contemplates that the law is the only source from which legal personality of corporation may flow?
In law, there is a fiction that a child, en ventere sa mere is a person in being for the purpose of:
In State Trading Corporation of India vs. Commercial Tax Officer, the Supreme Court observed that a company registered under the Companies Act:
In Jurisprudence, ‘Bracket theory’ is related with:
Acquisition of ‘res nullius’ is:
Ownership consists of:
Corpus possessiois and Animus Possidendi signify:
The physical element of possession is also called as:
Animus possedendi means:
Persons in possession of an object has better title over it, against the whole world except the real owner. This principle has been illustrated in which one of the following cases?
“Theory of adjudication” relates to
“Law grows with the nation, increases with it, and dies with its dissolution and it is a characteristic or it.” It is said by:
The concept of “Living Law” was expounded by which jurist?
“Judges not only discover law but they also make law.”
Who among the following was supporter of this view?
Kelsen’s theory of law is called pure theory because Kelsen:
“Legal order is a pyramid of norms” is the statement of:
Natural law theory has gained attraction largely because:
“A judge is sworn to determine, not according to his own private judgment, but according to the known laws and customs of the land, not delegated to pronounce a new law, but to maintain and explain the old one.”
The above statement was given by:
Who propounded the theory ‘Justice as Fairness’?
Austin’s analytical school was called imperative school by ………………………………………
The statement “There is no distinction between public and private law” is attributed to:
Who wrote that “the only right which a man can possess is the right always to do his duty”?
Right in rem is right against which one of the following?
The analysis of rights into four pairs of correlatives was done by:
Which one of the following right is an accessory right?
If the jural correlative of “Right” is “Duty”, then the co-relative of “Liberty” is:
A right which has a correlative duty can be legally enforced is called:
“Legal realism” is a:
Customs not only precede legislations, but are even superior to it.
Match it with one of the following.
Which of the following elements is essential for a practice to become a custom?
Statutes are “source of law … not parts of the law itself.” This statement is made by:
What does ratio decidendi mean?
“Jurisprudence is the knowledge of things, human and divine the science of just and unjust” has been said by:
What of the following should be the grundnorm of Indian Legal System according to Kelsen’s pure theory?
Which one of the following schools gave birth to the concept of ‘Human Rights’?
Who is known as the founder of the Historical School of Jurisprudence?
A distinction between static and progressive societies was drawn by:
To which of the following jurisprudential approaches/schools of thought does the work of John Rawls could best be described to fall in?
What is natural law?
The ……………………………… School of Jurisprudence postulates that the law is based on what is “correct”.
Balancing of social interests and the doctrines of social engineering is the greatest contribution to sociological school.
This is attributed to whom?
Jurisprudence has been defined as the formal science of positive by:
The main difference between Historical and Sociological School of Jurisprudence is that the former:
Austin’s theory of law can be found in his work titled ‘Province of Jurisprudence Determined’, through which he meant to convey the idea that:
Who among the following is considered an exponent of utilitarianism?
Who among the following put international law under positive morality along with the law of honour and the law of fashion?
The expression ‘law’ in relation to Jurisprudence means: