CSS Law 2020

PART-II

No. 2. Explain the territorial and pecuniary jurisdiction of civil courts within the scheme as contained in the Civil Courts Ordinance, 1962. (20)

No. 3. In what circumstances the court may remove arbitrators or umpires? (20)

No. 4. What is a leading question? Who can ask such questions? Can a party put leading question to his own witnesses? If so, when? (20)

No. 5. Compare and contrast the law on fabricating or giving false evidence with that on giving information to cause injury or annoyance to someone. (20)

No. 6. Define vicarious liability. What are its essential ingredients? What is the prime difference between constructive liability and abetment? (20)

No. 7. General principle is that evidence is to be taken in the presence of accused. Exceptions to this rule and circumstances under which these are applicable. Discuss. (20)

No. 8. Discuss the particulars containing a plaint and the grounds on which it can be rejected. (20)