Legal Aptitude is an important section of CLAT exam. We are giving here some Legal Aptitude Questions for CLAT  based on the topic constitution and law. We hope that it will help you in your exam.

Q1. Public policy or the policy of law is an

(a) Illusive concept

(b) Untrustworthy guide

(c) Unruly horse

(d) All of the above

Q2. A wager is a game of

(a) Chance

(b) Chance and immoral

(c) Chance and unenforceable

(d) Chance and valid

Q3. Mahesh entered into a contract with Suresh to pay him a sum of Rs. 5,000/- if India wins the world cup; while, Suresh to pay Rs. 5,000/- to Mahesh if India did not win the cup. It is a

(a) Contingent contract

(b) Wagering agreement

(c) Goodwill contract

(d) Voidable contract

Q4. An anticipatory breach of contract occurs

(a) When prior to the promised date of performance, the promisor absolutely repudiates the contract

(b) When after the promised date of performance, the promisor absolutely repudiates the contract

(c) When prior to the promised date of performance, the promisor partially repudiates the contract

(d) None of the above

Q5. When a minor has been supplied with necessaries in credit

(a) Minor is not liable

(b) Minor’s estate/property is liable

(c) Minor is personally liable

(d) Minor is liable at his option

Q6. Which of the following is the most common remedy for breach of contract

(a) Damages

(b) Specific performance

(c) Injunction

(d) Quantum meruit

Q7. The loss or damage arising from a breach of contract has to be ascertained

(a) At the date of the breach of contract

(b) At the time of the making of contract

(c) At the time of the frustration of contract

(d) None of the above

Q8. Crime is a

(a) Private wrong

(b) Public wrong

(c) Private as well as public wrong

(d) None of the above

Q9. With reference to criminal law response to the following

(a) Prosecution to sue the defendant

(b) Plaintiff to prosecute the defendant

(c) Plaintiff to sue the defendant

(d) Prosecutor to prosecute the defendant

Q10. The maxim ‘Actus non facit reum, nisi mens sit rea’ means

(a) Guilty mind gives birth to crime

(b) There can be no crime without a guilty mind

(c) Crime is a child of guilty mind

(d) Criminal mind leads to crime

Legal Aptitude fro CLAT Set 5

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Answers:

1. d         2. c         3. b         4. a         5. b         6. a         7. b         8. b         9. d         10. b