Legal Aptitude is an important section of CLAT exam.We are giving here some Legal Aptitude Questions for CLAT. Try to learn them as it will help you in exam. Answers are given at the end and will be visible after clicking on the 'LIKE' button.

Q1.      To succeed in the defence of insanity, the accused has to show that he was of unsound mind

(a)        At the time of commission of the act

(b)        After the commission of the act

(c)        Before the commission of the act

(d)        At any time in his life

Q2.      Abetment is caused by

(a)        Instigating a person to do an offence

(b)        Engaging in a conspiracy to commit it

(c)        Intentionally aiding a person to commit it

(d)        All of the above

Q3.      In which of the following, the offence of ‘abetment’ could be committed

(a)        Conspiracy

(b)        Attempt

(c)        Threat

(d)        Preparation

Q4.      Culpable homicide is not murder if the accused is deprived of power of self-control by

(a)        Grave and sudden provocation by the deceased

(b)        Grave and sudden provocation by any one

(c)        Grave and sudden provocation by act of God

(d)        All of these

Q5.      Fracture or dislocation of a tooth is a

(a)        Simple hurt

(b)        Grievous hurt

(c)        Assault

(d)        None of the above

Q6.      For the offence of theft, the taking of property should be

(a)        Permanent

(b)        Temporary

(c)        Either permanent or temporary

(d)        Neither permanent nor temporary

Q7.      Robbery is an aggravated form of

(a)        Theft

(b)        Extortion

(c)        Either theft or extortion

(d)        Either theft or extortion or of both

Q8.      Which of the following is punishable in four stages

(a)        Robbery

(b)        Dacoity

(c)        Murder

(d)        Rape

Q9.      An affray committed by an unlawful assembly becomes a ‘riot’  because of the element of

(a)        Fight (force) in it

(b)        Assault in it

(c)        Both (a) and (b)

(d)        None of the above

Q10.    Whoever voluntary obstructs any person, so as to prevent that person from proceeding in any direction in which that person has a right to proceed is guilty of:

(a)        Wrongful restraint

(b)        Wrongful confinement

(c)        Both (a) and (b)

(d)        None of the above

 Legal Aptitude Quiz 7

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