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The Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law offers Scholarship Program for Visiting Fellows

The Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law offers    Scholarship Program for Visiting Fellows

The Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law offers a limited number of research scholarships for foreign scholars. The scholarships are funded by the Max Planck Society and are intended to support research stays at the Institute. The maximum duration of a scholarship is 4 months.
Priority is given to candidates whose work may advance the research interests of the Institute. Projects eligible for the scholarship program include participation in Institute research projects, joint projects of Institute Associates and Visiting Fellows, and individual projects of Visiting Fellows which fall within the Institute’s Research Focus. Topics readily compatible with existing fields of research at the Institute are encouraged. Information about the Institute and its Research Focus can be obtained from our website

In addition, the Visiting Fellows’ Program is aimed at the general goal of establishing and deepening contacts with representatives of foreign legal systems.

The Visiting Fellows’ Program wishes to emphasize its commitment to gender equality in academic career development and encourages applications from female candidates.

After 15 August 2015 the platform will be provisionally closed for application for the year 2016. Please note that letters of reference that are submitted by mail must also be on hand on that date. Applicants will be informed about the Institute’s decision ca. 8 – 10 weeks after the application deadline.

Scholarships are available for


– foreign doctoral students

– foreign post-doctoral candidates and other early-stage researchers

– foreign professors or other senior researchers with equivalent academic achievements


who plan to undertake research at the Institute within the scope of the Institute’s areas of research.


LL.B and LAW Mcqs for Public Service Examinations

LL.B And LAW Mcqs For Public Service Examinations

LL.B and LAW Mcqs for Public Service Examinations

The concept of Res-judicata is available in:
(a) section 9
(b) section 11
(c) section12
(d) none of these
ii. In cases wherein the subject-matter is more than 30 lacs appeal against appellate decree lies before:
(a) District court
(b) High court
(c) Supreme court
(d) Any of these
iii- review can be filed before:
(a)same court of original jurisdiction
(b) district court
(c) High court
(d) Supreme court
iv- defendant is the person who:
(a) files a suit
(b) delays a suit
(c) defends a suit
(d) none of these
v- Appeal against decree is available on the ground of:
(a) Questions of fact
(b) Questions of law
(c) Mixed questions of law and fact
(d) All of these
vi- A suit means:
(a) Any criminal proceeding in a court of law
(b) A cause of action
(c) Any civil proceeding, being part of a plaint
(d) None of these
vii- Revisional jurisdiction is available to:
(a) District court
(b) High court in its original jurisdiction
(c) Supreme court
(d) None of these
viii- Agency contract is created by:
(a) express agreement
(b) implied agreement
(c) ratification
(d) all of these
ix- Pledge is a:
(a) contract of bailment
(b) contract of indemnity
(c) contract of agency
(d) none of these
x- these are the contracts wherein there is ni need of consideration :
(a) agreement to compensate past voluntary services
(b) agreement to time barred debt
(c) none of these
(d) in both (a) & (b)
xi- all the agreements are contracts:
(a) if they are on stamp paper
(b) if they are made by the free consent of the parties
(c) if they are registered
(d) none of these
xii- under the effect of fraud the contract would be:
(a) voidable
(b) void
(c) unenforceable
(d) none of these
xiii- Tort(word) is derived from the:
(a) latin language
(b) greek language
(c) French language
(d) English language
xiv- how many constitutes of torts are stated by legal thinkers:
(a) 3
(b) 4
(c) 5
(d) None of these
xv- Rylands vs. Fletcher case was about:
(a) negligence
(b) nuisance
(c) strict liability
(d) none of these
xvi- libel and slander are kinds of:
(a) damnum sine injuria
(b) defamation
(c) discharge of torts
(d) none of these
xvii- assault and battery are kinds of :
(a) trespass to person
(b) malicious prosecution
(c) force majeure
(d) none of these
xviii- any thing done to hurt or annoyance of the lands and not amounting to trespass is termed as:
(a) negligence
(b) Nuisance
(c) Malicious prosecution
(d) All of these
xix- incorporeal rights include:
(a) easements
(b) trade marks
(c) patent and copy right
(d) all of these
xx- when license and authority is given to hurt , doing the same it becomes:
(a) trespass ab intio
(b) injuria sine damnum
(c) Volenti non fit injuria
(d) None of these
(i) judicial confession can be recorded by the following procedure available in:
(a)section 164 cr.pc
(b)section 364 cr.pc
(c ) both sections
(d) none of these
(ii) the procedure of identification parade is available in:
(a)Art. 22 of Q.S.O.
(b)Art. 24 of Q.S.O.
(c) Art. 27 of Q.S.O.
(d) Any of these
(iii) fact of judicial notice requires its proof by:
(a) oral evidence
(b) documentary evidence
(c) by both (a) & (b)
(d) Need not to prove
(iv) expert is a person who is specially skilled in the subject of:
(a) foreign law
(b) Art
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of these
(v) hearsay evidence is generally:
(a) admissible evidence
(b) inadmissible evidence
(c) oral evidence
(d) none of these
(vi) Accomplice is a type of witness:
(a) who is partner in crime
(b) who don’t associate in crime
(c) who may be a planted person in a criminal gang
(d) none of these
(vii) section __________ deals with arrest without warrant:
(a) 46
(b) 48
(c) 54
(d) 59
(viii) Arrest without warrant can be made by a Police officer:
(a) of any rank
(b) officer in charge of a police station
(c) not below the rank of officer
(d) any of these
(ix) unlawful assembly is an assembly consisting at least _________ persons:
(a) 4
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) None of these
(x) after recording confession, the accused is:
(a) sent back to the police custody
(b) kept in judicial lock up
(c) set free
(d) none of these
(xi) confirmation of death sentence by the High court must be signed by:
(a) one judge
(b) two judge
(c) three judges
(d) any of these
(xii) bailable offences are offences punishable with:
(a) imprisonment for life
(b) imprisonment less than 10 years
(c) Death
(d) All of these
(xiii) FIR of a cognizable offences can be lodged by :
(a) the aggrieved person
(b) the relative of the aggrieved
(c) Any person having knowledge of the offence
(d) All of these
(xiv) statement recorded under section 342 shall be administered on Oath :
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Discretion of court to ask for Oath or not
(xv) The form of FIR contains:
(a) 4 columns
(b) 5 columns
(c) 6 columns
(d) 7 columns
(xvi) Pakistan Penal Code was passed in:
(a) 7th April 1860
(b) 6th October 1860
(c) 7th October 1860
(d) None of these
(xvii) right of private defence of body includes the defence of:
(a) his own body
(b) Any other person
(c) His own body and of his close relative
(d) His body and the body of any other person
(xviii) kidnapping includes:
(a) kidnapping from Pakistan
(b) kidnapping from lawful guardianship
(c) kidnapping from Pakistan and from lawful guardianship
(d) None of these
(xix) the word “injury” includes or denotes any harm whether illegally caused to person:
(a) in body
(b) reputation or property
(c) mind
(d) All of these
(xx) whoever commits theft shall be punished with imprisonment of the description for a term which may extend to:
(a) 3 years
(b) 19 years
(c) 14 years

(i) Which of the following contracts is voidable, where:
(a) A party is induced by undue influence (b) One party under mistake of fact
(c) Both parties under mistake of fact (d) None of these
(ii) In case of wilful wrong a sub-agent is responsible to:
(a) Agent (b) Principal (c) Sole agent (d) None of these
(iii) A tender notice amounts to:
(a) Proposal (b) Offer (c) Invitation (d) None of these
(iv) A contract to sell the property by a minor through guardian is:
(a) Void (b) Voidable (c) Valid (d) None of these
(v) How many parties are there in a contract of guarantee?
(a) 5 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) None of these
(vi) Which of the following is eligible to become director of a company?
(a) Minor (b) Un-discharged insolvent
(c) Person representing a creditor (d) None of these
(vii) Extra-ordinary general meeting of a company includes:
(a) Annual general meeting (b) Statutory meeting (c) Plenary meeting (d) None of these
(viii) Petition for winding up of a company may be moved by:
(a) Auditor General (b) Advocate General (c) Company Judge (d) None of these
(ix) The Companies Act repealed by the Companies Ordinance, 1984 pertained to the year:
(a) 1930 (b) 1933 (c) 1935 (d) None of these
(x) Penalty for improper use of word “Limited” is:
(a) Fine (b) Imprisonment (c) Imprisonment with fine (d) None of these
(xi) In which of the following an arbitration agreement is not discharged by the death of party:
(a) Voluntary  (b) Statutory (c) Contractual (d) None of these
(xii) The assent of arbitrator appointed by court is:
(a) Optional (b) Not required (c) Necessary (d) None of these
(xiii) The number of Arbitration Act, 1940 is:
(a) XI (b) XV (c) XX (d) None of these
(xiv) Nature of misconduct justifying removal of arbitrator should be:
(a) Legal (b) Moral (c) Procedural (d) None of these
(xv) Suit by unregistered firm against third party is:
(a) Maintainable (b) Barred (c) Permissible (d) None of these
(xvi) The firm and firm-name are:
(a) Synonymous (b) Interchangeable (c) Different terms (d) None of these
(xvii) The partnership is:
(a) Juristic person (b) Juridical person (c) Natural person (d) None of these
(xviii)The maker of a promissory note is liable as:
(a) Principal debtor (b) Principal Creditor (c) Undischarged surety (d) None of these
(xix) Valid presentation of a cheque is within six months from:
(a) The date it is drawn (b) Date of last correction (c) Date of delivery (d) None of these
(xx) An exception to “No one can transfer what he does not have” is:
(a) Registered gift (b) Will (c) Estoppel by owner (d) None of these

(1) The Constitution of Pakistan 1973 consists of:
280 Articles, 12 Parts, 6 Schedules.
(2) The Constitution of Pakistan 1973 was enforced on:
14th August, 1973
(3) Objectives Resolution was passed on:
12th March, 1949
(4) According to law, the highest Court of Appeal is England is:
House of Lords
(5) Lord Cruzan in 1923 was not chosen by George V as Prime Minister because he belonged to:
(6) The number of Privy Council members is:
(7) A public bill when introduced by a private member of English Parliament is called:
Individual member bill
(8) Originally the House of Representatives consisted of:
(9) The US President can declare war with the consent of:
(10) In United States President Pro Tempore preside over the meetings of the Senate in the absence of:
Vice President
(11) By what majority from each of the central legislature, the Supreme Soviet can amend the Constitution:
Two third
(14) In English legal system, the smallest unit of local authority is called:
(15) The President of France can be impeached only for:
(16) Into how many departments, France has been divided:
(17) According to the US Constitution members of the President’s Cabinet must not be members of:
(19) A person Elected to a House in Pakistan cannot sit or vote until he has made before the House an:

LL.B And LAW Mcqs For Public Service Examinations

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