Legal Aptitude is an important section of CLAT exam. We are giving here some CLAT Legal Aptitude Questions for your practice. Try to learn them.We hope that it will help you in your exam.
Q1. To whom is the Right to Private Defence not available?
(a) To the aggressor
(b) To the person who is attacked
(c) To the aggressor against an act done in private defence by the person attacked
(d) Only (a) and (c) are correct
Q2. In a case of free fight between two parties, the Right to Private Defence is
(a) Available to both the parties
(b) available to individuals against individual
(c) not available to either party
(d) available only to one party
Q3. In terms of offence, an abettor is a person
(a) who commits the offence
(b) who instigates the commission of offence
(c) against whom the offence is committed
(d) who is innocent
Q4. For abetment, it is necessary that the act abetted
(a) should be committed successfully
(b) should be committed though unsuccessfully
(c) may not be committed necessarily
(d) Both (a) and (b)
Q5. For abetment, which statement is correct?
(a) it is necessary that the person abetted should be capable of committing on offence under the law
(b) it is necessary that the person abetted should have the same guilty intention
(c) it is not necessary that the person abetted should be capable of committing an offence under the law or should have the same guilty intention
(d) Both (a) and (b)
Q6. Abetment of an offence is _____________________an offence.
(c) may be
(d) may not be
Q7. For conspiracy, involvement of at least how many people is required?
(d) no minimum requirement
Q8. In context of rioting, which among the following statements is correct?
(a) actual force or violence must be used
(b) mere show of force is sufficient
(c) mere possession of deadly weapon is sufficient
(d) All the above
Q9. The Right of Private Defence
(a) is a right of retribution
(b) is a right of defence
(c) is a right of defence as well as a right of retribution
(d) is neither a right of defence nor a right of retribution
Q10. In terms of 'defence of insanity' the word 'wrong' refers to
(a) a legal wrong
(b) a civil wrong
(c) a moral wrong
(d) moral as, well as legal wrong
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