Exercises Legal Aptitude Exercise- Legal Knowledge Part 2 By Asad - February 19, 2016 9 1238 A decision of the Supreme Court of India is binding on which of the following?Only the Supreme Court Only the High Court of Delhi Both the Supreme Court as well as the High Court of Delhi All courts in IndiaWhich of the following countries has an unwritten Constitution?United States of America United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandChina Afghanistan In which landmark judgment was the doctrine of basic structure of the Indian Constitution discussed extensively?Kesavanand Bharati v State of Kerala Bachan Singh v. State of Punjab Indra Sawhney v. Union of India M.C. Mehta v. Union of IndiaWhat is Jewish law also known as?Israeli law Halakha Sharia law Canon law“Ultra vires” meanswithin legal capacity beyond legal capacity mass destructionsuperior to all‘Quid pro quo’ meansoffer acceptanceconsideration consentIn legal parlance, the term “high seas” refers toopen sea where no particular nation has jurisdiction open sea where the tide is really high open sea where there is a large probability of the occurrence of crimes such as piracy and smugglingopen sea where no maritime law is applicableWhich of the following is not a source of international law?bye-law treatyconventionUnited Nations CharterWhere is the International Criminal Court located?Geneva London Washington D.C. HagueA writ of certiorari is issued whena person has been detained unlawfully a higher court wants to review a decision of the lower court a higher authority wants to instruct a lower authority to perform its duty an individual’s authority is under challengeWho is currently the Chairman of the Law Commission of India?Justice A.P. Shah Justice K.G. Balakrishnan Justice S.N. Kapoor Justice R.M. LodhaWhich of these is NOT a feature of the Indian Constitution?Universal adult franchise as system of voting. Federal structure of Government Directive Principles of State Policy Capitalist StateWhat does the doctrine of “Promissory estoppels” in law of contracts mean?It prevents a person from refusing on a promise. It prevents a person from making any promise. It stops a person from waiving his right to legally enforce an agreement. It is a principle of equity.According to the Indian law of contracts, which of the following renders a contract voidable?Fraud Misrepresentation Coercion All of the aboveWhat does the common law principle of “stare decisis” mean?The policy of courts to follow precedents. The power of courts to punish for contempt of court. The power of judicial review. The binding power of the decision of a higher court on the lower courts.