Mohammedan Law

UPHJS2009 Edit

22. A Talaq can be effected-
(A) orally by spoken words
(B) in writing
(C) only (A) and not (B)
(D) either (A) or (B)

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---Marriage

UPHJS2018-I Edit

68. On consummation of a Muta Marriage, the wife is entitled to :
(a) half dower
(b) full dower
(c) double dower
(d) No dower

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UPHJS2014 Edit

74. Minimum period for Muta Marriage is
(A) One month
(B) One year
(C) Three month
(D) No minimum period

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UPHJS2012 Edit

45. For a valid Muslim marriage-
(A) offer and acceptance must be at the same time
(B) offer and acceptance must be at the same place
(C) offer and acceptance must be at the same time and same place
(D) offer and acceptance may be at different times and at different places.

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23. For a valid Muslim marriage-
(A) offer and acceptance must be at the same time
(B) offer and acceptance must be at the same place
(C) offer and acceptance must be at the same time and place
(D) offer and acceptance may be at different times and at different place

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9. (a) Explain the essentials of a valid Muslim marriage.

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9. (b) Can a Muslim whose marriage was performed during minority repudiate the marriage.

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---Divorce

UPHJS2018-III Edit

38. Under Muslim Law, ‘Khula’and ‘Mubarat’are:
A. The forms of marriage
B. The forms of dissolution of marriage by agreement
C. The forms of repudiation of gift on attaining majority
D. The forms of demanding pre-emption

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13. Under Muslim Law, Khula’ and ‘Mubarat’ are :
(a) the forms of marriage
(b) the forms of dissolution of marriage by agreement
(c) the forms of repudiation of gift on attaining majority
(d) the forms of demanding pre-emotion

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73. Object of serving Iddat period if……………
(A) To ascertain whether the woman is pregnant or not.
(B) To ascertain the paternity of the child
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above

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24. A Muslim can divorce his wife-
(A) whenever he so desires without assigning any cause
(B) whenever he so desires but only with a cause
(C) whenever he so desires without assigning any cause but only in the presence of the wife
(D) either (B) or (C)

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9. (c) Whether a Muslim can solemnize ‘Nikah’ or give divorce (talak) by phone, video conferencing and internet. 10


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7. (a) What is the procedure for granting divorce under Mohammedan Law? Whether a wife can divorce her husband under Mohammedan Law? 10

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7. (b) Discuss the ground for dissolution of Muslim marriage under Dissolution of Marriages Act, 1939 with special reference to the grounds of desertion. 10

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---Waqf

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10. Explain the essential conditions for creation of a valid Wakf under Muslim law. Can a Muslim create a Wakf of his undivided share in a joint property or not? Explain 10


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---Guardianship

UPHJS2014 Edit

80. Who can be a guardian in minor’s marriage in Sunni Law?
(A) Mother in the presence of father
(B) Grand-mother in the presence of father
(C) Maternal uncle in the presence of father
(D) Father Question Number: 81-90

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---MISC

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Essentials of Oral Gift (Hiba):

1- Declaration of gift by doner
2. Aceptance of gift by donee
3. Delivery of possession

Hafeeza Bibi & others Vs Shaikh Farid (dead) by LR's & others decided on 05.05.2011

Mulla, Principles of Mahomedan Law (19th Edition), Page 120, states the legal position in the following words :

"Under the Mahomedan law the three essential requisites to make a gift valid : (1) declaration of the gift by the donor: (2) acceptance of the gift by the donee expressly or impliedly and (3) delivery of possession to and taking possession thereof by the donee actually or constructively. No written document is required in such a case. Section 129 Transfer of Property Act, excludes the rule of Mahomedan law from the purview of Section 123 which mandates that the gift of immovable property must be effected by a registered instrument as stated therein. But it cannot be taken as a sine qua non in all cases that whenever there is a writing about a Mahomedan gift of immovable property there must be registration thereof. Whether the writing requires registration or not depends on the facts and circumstances of each case."

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UPHJS2018-III Edit

41. Islamic Law is called:
A. Hadith
B. Sharia
C. Ijma
D. Sunna

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69. Islamic law is called :
(a) Hadith
(b) Sharia
(c) Ijma
(d) Sunna

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70. Prophet Mohammad is the :
(a) founder of Islam
(b) first messenger of God
(c) final messenger of God
(d) none of the above

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UPHJS2018-I Edit

94. Under which law, an old woman who had no more chance to become pregnant need not perform Iddat :
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(a) Shaft
(b) Shia
(c) Hanafi
(d) Hannah

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UPHJS2016 Edit

11. Which of the following is the most important source of Muslim law :
(a) Qiyas (b) Ijmaa
(c) Sunnah (d) Quran

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53. Under which law, an old woman who had no more chance to become pregnant need not perform Iddat?
(a) Shafii
(b) Shia.
(c) Hanafi
(d) Hanbali

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UPHJS2014 Edit

75. Adoption is unknown to
(A) Hindu Law
(B) Muslim Law
(C) Christian Law
(D) None of the above

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81. Which of the following Muslim Laws applies in India?
(A) Muslim Penal Law
(B) Muslim Law of Evidence
(C) Muslim Law of Sales of goods
(D) Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986

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UPHJS2016 Edit


4 (A) Whelher a condition can be attached with Hiba (gift) under Muslim Law? Is there any distinction in this regard between gift of corpus and gift of usufruct?

A Muslim male gifts a house belong to him to his wife with the condition that she shall not alienate the same. The donee executes sale deed of the property. Whether the sale deed is valid? Support your answer with judgments. 20


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7. (a) What are the requisites of a valid will under Mohammadan Law and whether the testamentary power of a Muslim is limited or not ? If limited, to what extent ? 10

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7. (a) Explain the concept of ‘Hiba’ in Muslim Law. What are the essential conditions ? In what circumstances requirement of transfer of possession may be dispensed with ? 10

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7. (b) What restrictions have been imposed on Muslim Bequeaths ? ‘A’ a Muslim thes leaving a son ‘B’, a widow ‘C’ and a grandson ‘D’ by his predeceased son. ‘A’ by his Will bequeathed l/3rd of the estate to ‘D\ ‘B’ and ‘C’ do not consent to the bequeath in favour of ‘D\ Is this bequeath valid ? 10


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