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Punjab University LLB Important Questions Subject Pleading and Conveyancing

Punjab University LLB Important Questions Subject Pleading And Conveyancing

1. Agreement to refer existing disputes to Arbitration a/10

2. What do you mean by conveyance—a/8

3. Difference between bill of exchange and Promissory Note—Draft Promissory Note for Rs 2000 payable on demand –a/8

4. Agreement to sell house—a/9

5. Deed of Usufructuary mortgage –a/10—a/9

6. Draft the Revocation of a Partnership–A/7–s/7

7. Deed of dissolution of partnership—a/9

8. A and B are real brothers- they want partition the

9. immovable property left by their father- Draft a Partition Deed—A/7

10. Draft rent Deed regarding residential house. –A/7-a/10-a/11

11. Define the following –Conveyancing-Affidavit-Bond-Power of Attorney–A/7

12. Deed of Waqaf Alal-Aulad–S/6-a/11

13. Deed of Partnership–S/6

14. Sale Deed–S/6

15. Deed of Simple Mortgage–S/6–S/6—a/11

16. Draft special Power of Attorney for a court case –S/6–A/5—a/9

17. Draft General Power of Attorney–A/5-a/10 Deed for Cancellation General Power of Attroney—a/8

18. Deed of Exchange of property of same value –S/6

19. Demand of Promissory note and Receipt–S/6

20. Receipt of rent by Landlord- draft a receipt of debt by a debtor –S/5

21. Notice to a Tenant to vacate house as landlord need it for the marriage of its son–S/5

22. Draft a Will–S/5-a/11

23. Gift Deed–A/5

24. Deed of Exchange–A/5 1. Draft a plaint on the behalf of the plaintiff for recovery of Dower–A/7–A/5—a/11

2. Written statement on the behalf of the defendant to the above Plaintiff–A/7

3. Draft ,Suit for Specific Performance of Agreement of Sale –A/7

4. Written statement on behalf of above suit– An offence cannot be punished twice for the same offence-a/5—a/9—a/8

5. Power to appoint and power to remove—a/9

6. State some Cardinal Rules of Interpretation –A/7–S/5

7. A/7

8. Plaint in a suit for recovery of Damages on account of malicious prosecution

9. Written statement on the behalf of defendant in above suit –S/6

10. Razia divorce her husband Gafor and is not willing to rejoin him – Gafor want to institute suit for the Restitution of Conjugal Rights written statement of this suit –S/6–S/6–A/5

11. General Rules of Pleading –S/6—a10—a/11—a/9

12. Plaint in a suit for possession through specific performance–a/10 –a/9-written statement for the defendant for this suit—a/9

13. Plaint in a suit of Dissolution of Partnership and Rendition of Account—written statement in this suit –S/6

14. Plaint a suit for recovery of Rs 30000on behalf of a Mr. A against Mr. B–S/5

15. Written statement on the behalf of defendant in above civil suit— take ground that suit is time barrad–S/5

16. Draft plaint on behalf of Mr. A for dissolution of her marriage on the ground of the exercise of option of puberty–S/5—a/11—a/8—statement on the behalf of the defendant –a/8

17. Draft plaint in a suit for permanent injunction—a/8

18. Divorce deed—a/8

19. Draft Execution Application with a Decree was passed in favour of the applicant and the judgment debtor is not satisfying the decree–S/5

20. Plaint for recovery of Dower Money–A/5—a/11—a/9

21. Written statement in the above suit taking the plea that the dower money was fully waived by the plaintiff –A/5

22. Plaint for the restitution of conjugal rights –A/5—a/10

23. Written statement on the behalf of defendant in this suit — a/10

24. Written statement on the behalf of the defendant alleging among other facts the the plaintiff is an addict to intoxication –A/5A 1. Right of appeal is the creation of statute and this right can only be taken away by the legislature–S/6

2. Effect of a change in the substantive law during Pendency of an action –S/6—a/10

3. How ambiguity of statue is resolved–S/6—a/11

4. Power of court do justice or redress a wrong if there be no express provision in a statute to meet requirement of a case–S/6

5. How to know that the provision of law is mandatory or directory– Five rules of Interpretation –A/5—a/11—a8

6. A suit is to decide according to the law existing at the time of its institution –A/5A

7. Powers of court to do complete justice between the parties when there is no express provision in statute to meet the particular situation—a/10–S/5

 

 

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