Legal Aptitude Exercise – Legal Knowledge Part 3

Which of the following is not a defence according to the Indian Penal Code?

In criminal law, who is an “abettor”?

In tort law, what does the principle „Damnum sine injuria‟ mean?

What does a de novo trial mean?

Which of these is not an example of personal law?

In legal parlance, what does the term “title” mean?

What does the term “mala fide” mean?

What is the significance of the rule of res judicata?

The term “pro bono” refers to

What is the retirement age of the judge of the High Court in India?

What is the min. age of employment in a factory?

Sec 499 in IPC talks about

Which of the following latin term means “we command” ?

Which of the following section of IPC talks about ‘criminal force’?

Can Intoxication be used as a defence under sec 84 which talks about insanity?

Who was the chairman of the drafting committee?

Which article of Indian constitution talks about Fundamental Duties?

8th schedule of Indian Constitution is about?

Which article talks about President’s Rule in State?

How many High Courts are there in India?


  1. Doesn’t mandamus mean, ‘We command’ and not certiorari?
    Also, the question pertaining to whether intoxication is a defence, aren’t both the second and third options correct?

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