MPSC Joint Deputy and Assistant Charity Commissioner Examination- 2009 Question paper
- The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 is application to:
(a) Public Trust in the Bombay State.
(b) Public and Private Trusts in the State of Gujarat.
(c) Public Trust or Class of Trusts in different areas of the State of Maharashtra as specified in Section 1 (4) of the Act.
(d) Public Trust in the of Maharashtra and Gujarat
- The Right to Establish a Trust is conferred by:
(a) Indian Trust Act, 1882
(b) Official Trust Act
(c) Article 19 (1) (c) of the Constitution of India
(d) Societies Registration Act, 1860
- A private Trust may be created for:
(a) A lawful purpose
(b) A moral purpose
(c) A Scientific Purpose
(d) A Educational purpose
- A trust may be created by:
(c) Charity Commissioner
(d) Every person competent to contract
- A public Trust shall be registered by:
(a) A Trustee
(b) Manager of the Trust
(d) The Court
- The Indian Succession Act, 1925 is applicable to:
(a) Disposal of trusts and Funds
(b) Intestate and Testamentary Succession
(c) Contractual and non-Testamentary disposition
(d) Succession to Public property
- Change Report is filed under:
(a) The Companies Act, 1956
(b) The Registration Act
(c) The Acquisition and Requisition of Immovable property Act
(d) The B.P.T. Act, 1950
- A small Causes Court in Mumbai is governed by:
(a) Provincial Small Causes Court Act, 1887
(b) Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
(c) Presidency Small Causes Court Act, 1882.
(d) Civil Courts Act, 1889
- Part II of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 does not apply to:
(c) Hindu, Mohammeden, Buddhist, Sikh or Jains?
(d) Adivasis and Tribals
- Section 36 of the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 is applicable to:
(a) Alienation of Moveable property of Public Trust.
(b) Alienation of Immovable property of Public Trust
(c) Creation of Mortgage of Public Trust
(d) Creation of Charge on both, movable and immovable properties of Public Trust.
11.”Charge” and “Exchange” are
(a) Modes of Transfer of property
(b) Negotiable Instruments
(c) Right of Government to collect revenue to taxes by attachment and sale of property?
(d) Restrictions on holding a property?
- Sub-Divisional Officer, Deputy Collector, Collector and Commissioner are the authorities exercising powers under:
(a) Income Tax Act
(b) Sales Tax Act
(c) Bombay Provincial Municipal Corporation Act
(d) Maharashtra Land Revenue Code
- Right to Property is:
(a) Fundamental right
(b) Constitutional right
(c) Moral right
(d) Contractual right
- Doctrine of Merger deals with:
(a) Merger of self acquired property into joint family property.
(b) Merger of different cadres to form uniform cadre.
(c) Merger of the lands during consolidation of holdings.
(d) Merger of appellate courts judgement into the original/Trial Court’s judgement.
- Pre-arrest bail is granted under:
(b) Code of Civil Procedure
(c) International Convention of Human Rights
(d) Section 438 of the Code of Criminal procedure
- Discovery and Inspection and administering is a procedure under:
(a) Common law
(b) Penal law
(c) Code of Civil Procedure while trying civil suits and proceedings
(d) Service law
- The term “Award and decree” is used to denote:
(a) The order of commissioner of Income Tax.
(b) The order of Collector passed while recovering the revenue.
(c) Order of civil Court, Arbitrator, Industrial Court, Cooperative Court etc,
(d) Final order of Supreme Court.
- The word “Primary and Secondary evidence” is part of:
(a) Law of procedure
(b) Principles of play and justice
(c) Law of Evidence
(d) Banking and Security law
- Framing of issues is necessary for deciding a:
(a) Civil suit
(c) Revision Application
(d) Review application
- Law of Evidence is inapplicable to:
(a) Civil Cases
(b) Trial of Criminal cases
(c) Summary trials
(d) Arbitration reference