B.A LLB 6th Semester CPC & Limitation Act Imp Questions 2024

In this post b.a llb 6th semester cpc & limitation act imp questions are given for 2024. 

Many of these questions have been asked in the examination before and are important even today.

Therefore, all these questions are mandatory for you and you have to write correct answers to all of them. 

Question bank and previous year's question papers have been used in preparing this Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act question paper. 

If you have difficulty in writing answers to the questions, solve them by consulting your professor or by using an advanced law book. 

It is not that these questions will be asked in the examination, they can also be twisted and included in the question paper. 

In many universities this topic is also taught as b.a LLB 5th sem cpc and limitation questions, hence this question set is applicable in fifth semester law also. 

To prepare answers to these questions, first write them down in sequence in your law notebook. 

After that try to write the answers in your own words. 

This will be possible only when your concept on this topic is clear. 

Therefore, for this, you will have to read the chapter on the related topic 2 to 3 times. 

In the examination hall, some important instructions are given on the first page of the LLB question paper on the civil procedure code and limitation act, read them before writing the answer. 

Try to write the correct answer in as many words as you have been asked to write the answer. 

With this, you will be able to allocate time equally for writing answers to other questions. 

Write the questions whose answers you remember well first. 

Let us solve these questions.

Civil Procedure Code And Limitation Act Questions

B.A Law Civil Procedure Code And Limitation Act Important Questions

  • What is a decree? Explain its essential elements. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Legal representative (b) Foreign judgment (c) Equitable set off (d) Effect of fraud on the period of limitation.
  • Explain, in which cases the preliminary decree is mandatory? 
  • Discuss the general provisions of CPC relating to appeals.
  • Distinguish between preliminary and final decree.
  • Explain 'Summary trials'.
  • Explain the suits of a civil nature under the civil procedure code with the help of suitable examples. 
  • Explain the procedure to be followed in respect of the execution of the sentence of death.
  • What do you understand by a plaint? What particulars should be mentioned in a plaint? Explain. 
  • What do you understand by a written statement?.
  • What is set off? Give the difference between counterclaim and set-off?.
  • Who is an indigent person? How can a suit be filed by an indigent person? Discuss. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Pecuniary Jurisdiction (b) Caveat Petition.
  • What properties can be attached and sold in the execution of a decree? What properties have been exempted from such attachment and sale under the Civil Procedure Code?.
  • Discuss the 'Inherent Powers' of civil court. 
  • When does the court appoint a receiver of any property? Discuss the powers and duties of a receiver.
  • What do you mean by Reference? When can a reference be made by the subordinate court to the High Court? Distinguish between Reference, review, and revision. 
  • Describe the procedure for bringing a suit relating to public nuisance and public trust. 
  • Explain 'Adverse Possession'.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Interpleader Suit (b) Suit by a firm (c) Mortgage.
  • 'A' sues 'B' in a foreign court. The suit is dismissed. Thereafter 'A' wants to file the same suit against 'B' in India on the same cause of action. Whether he can institute a suit? Decide. 
  • What is an ex-parte decree? What are the remedies available against an ex-parte decree?.
  • What are the appealable orders? Discuss. 
  • Discuss the main characteristics of the 'Law of Limitation'. "Limitation bars remedy but not extinguish the right". Explain.
  • On what grounds a second appeal will lie? Explain. 
  • What do you mean by 'res-judicate'? Explain the necessary conditions to constitute 'res-judicata'.
  • Explain the sufficient causes under the Limitation Act under which the prescribed time can be extended. 
  • Summarise the provisions for attachment under the civil procedure code. State exceptions if any. 
  • Section 51 of the CPC prescribes various modes for executing a decree. Describe.
  • What do you mean by Summons? What are its essential elements? State in brief various modes of service of summons on the defendant. 
  • What is meant by "executing court"? What are its powers?

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