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1. Sale of goods for goods is:
(a) Muraba
(b) Muqayada
(c) Musawama
(d) None of these

2. The four schools of thought were founded during the reign of:
(a) Abbasids
(b) Mughals
(c) Fatimids
(d) None of these

3. Book by Imam Bukhari contains about ______ authentic traditions:
(a) 7000
(b) 9700
(c) 12500
(d) None of these

4. Status of a Mufti used to be that of a:
(a) Draftsman
(b) Legislator
(c) Law Officer
(d) None of these

5. Analogy is rule of ______:
(a) Deduction
(b) Interpretation
(c) Translation
(d) None of these

6. Atonement for the non-discharge of an obligation is ______:
(a) Khiraj
(b) Kafarat
(c) Ta’azir
(d) None of these

7. Revelation is the ______ source of Islmaic law:
(a) Only
(b) Secondary
(c) Primary
(d) None of these

8. There are ______ Sunni Schools of law:
(a) 3
(b) 5
(c) 7
(d) None of these

9. A woman is disqualified for the office of a Qadi according to ______ :
(a) Shafi’s
(b) Hanafis
(c) Malikis
(d) None of these

10. The application of Muhammadan Law to non-muslims is entirely______ :
(a) Personal
(b) Customary
(c) Arbitrary
(d) None of these

11. Shariat Application Act 1962 deals with ______ :
(a) Customary Law
(b) Legislative Law
(c) Personal Law
(d) None of these

12. Each heir is liable to the debts of a deceased ______ :
(a) Exclusively
(b) Severally
(c) Not beyond 1/3
(d) None of these

13. Which of these properties is not heritable:
(a) Movable
(b) Ancestral
(c) Self acquired
(d) None of these

14. Deceased survived by son’s son and a daughter. Daughter will get______ :
(a) 1/2
(b) 1/3
(c) 1/4
(d) None of these

15. A minor of sound mind is capable of disposing of his property by will to the extent of:
(a) 1/3
(b) Full
(c) 3/4
(d) None of these

16. A gift of unborn person is ______ :
(a) Valid
(b) Void
(c) Voidable
(d) None of these

17. Talab-e-Mowasbat is made ______ :
(a) Before sale
(b) Before court
(c) Before decree
(d) None of these

18. A marriage with a woman before completion of her Iddat is ______ :
(a) Irregular
(b) Void
(c) Voidable
(d) None of these

19. Legitimacy may be presumed from ______ :
(a) Presumptive marriage
(b) Custom
(c) School certificate
(d) None of these

20. Failing the mother, the custody of a boy under the age of seven years belongs to:
(a) Father
(b) Paternal uncle
(c) Brother’s wife
(d) None of these
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MCQs – 2011

(1)Who established a prison-house for malefactors?
(a) Hazrat Umar (R.A.)
(b) Hazrat Abu Dakar (R A.)
(c) Hazrat Usman (R.A.)
(d) None of these

(2)Who wrote the first book on science of law or usul:
(a) AbuHanifa
(b) Imam Malik
(c) Imam Shafi'i
(d) None of these

(3)Sale of dates on a tree in consideration for plucked dates is:
(a) Mulamassa
(b) Munabadha
(c) Muzabana
(d) None of these

(4) A woman may be a Qadi according to:
(a) Malikis
(b) Hanafis
(c) Hamblis
(d) None of these

(5) Plurality of wives is called:
(a) Bigamy
(b) Polygamy
(c) Polyandry
(d) None of these

(6)The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance was enacted in:
(a) 1960
(b) 1959
(c) 1961
(d) None of these

(7)The Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act was enacted in:
(a) 1949
(b) 1939
(c) 1959
(d) None of these

(8)Who was appointed as first Qadi by Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A.)?
(a) Hazrat Ali (R A.)
(b) Hazrat Usman (R.A.)
(c) Hazrat Umar (R.A.)
(d) None of these

(9)Who is the author of 'Taudeh':
(a) Taftazani
(b) SadruShariat
(c) Ahmed Ibne-Qasim
(d) None of these

(10)A void bequest is:
(a) Contingent bequest
(b) Bequest made to the child in womb born within six months
(c) Alternative bequest
(d) None of these

(11)Maa' si' at deals with:
(a) Torts
(b) Crime
(c) Sale
(d) None of these

(12) Under Islamic Law a child is legitimate if born after the dissolution of marriage and wife remaining unmarried:
(a) Within one year of the termination of marriage
(b) Within 280 days of the termination of marriage
(c) Within six months of the termination of marriage
(d) None of these

(13) The limit of testamentary power by Muslim is:
(a) 1/8
(b) 1/3
(c) 1/5
(d) None of these

(14) A divorce by ILa means:
(a) False accusation of adultery by husband
(b) Apostasy from Islam by husband
(c) An agreement between husband and wife to dissolve marriage
(d) None of these

(15) At the time when Islamic Law came into force the kinds of marriages were in vogue:
(a) 5
(b) 3
(c) 4
(d) None of these

(16) Sadqa once completed by delivery is:
(a) Revocable
(b) Not revocable
(c) Revocable subject to condition
(d) None of these

(17) Ijtihad means:
(a) Consensus of opinion
(b) A gathering of Mujtahids
(c) Law-making
(d) None of these

(18) Abu Yusuf, Muhammad and Zufar were the pupils of:
(a) Imam Abu Hanifa
(b) ImamShafi'i
(c) Imam Malik
(d) None of these

(19) A collection of traditions known as 'Musnadu'l Imam Hambal consists of traditions:
(a) 30,000
(b) 40,000
(c) 50,000
(d) None of these

(20) The provision regarding polygamy under the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance is contained in Section:
(a) 4
(b) 7
(c) 6
(d) None of these
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MCQs - 2000

(A) Write only Yes/No in Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the question.

(1) Amam Abu Hanifa was born in Egypt. No
(2) There are two kinds of evidence in Islamic Law. No
(3) A Qazi can decide the case on the basis of his personal knowledge. No
(4) According to Islamic Jurisprudence there are five kinds of murder. No
(5) The third source of Islamic Jurisprudence is Qiyas. No
(6) Imam Bukhari was born in 194 A.H. in Bukhara. Yes
(7) A competent witness must be adult and sane person. Yes
(8) Tazir means the punishment ordained in Quran. No
(9) According to Hadith a false testimony is equal to ‘Shirk’ with Allah Almighty. No
(10) A woman alone is a competent witness for murder. No

(B) Write only correct answer in the Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the questions.

(11) Al-tarikhul-Kabir was written by:
(a) Amam Bukhari
(b) Amam Muslim
(c) Amam Malik

(12) Punishment of Rajim is for:
(a) Theft
(b) False accusation
(c) Adultery

(13) False charge of adultery is called:
(a) Rajim
(b) Lian
(c) Qazif

(14) Qisas means:
(a) Life for life
(b) Blood money
(c) To give pardon

(15) Who was known as Dar-ul-Higra:
(a) Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal
(b) Imam Yousaf
(c) Imam Malik

(16) Al-Ghazali belonged to:
(a) Hanbli school of law
(b) Shafi school of law
(c) Hanfi school of law

(17) The term Fiqa used in the literal sense means:
(a) Law
(b) Understanding
(c) People’s opinion

(18) Istihsan means:
(a) Preference of stronger evidence over analogy
(b) Preference over Ijtihad.
(c) Preference over Qiyas.

(19) Diyat means:
(a) Blood money
(b) Debt
(c) Common Liability

(20) Mubah means:
(a) Permissible
(b) Abominable
(c) Recommended

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(A) Write only Yes/No in Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the question.

(1) Amam Abu Hanifa was born in Egypt. No (Kufa, Iraq)
(2) There are two kinds of evidence in Islamic Law. Yes
(3) A Qazi can decide the case on the basis of his personal knowledge. No
(4) According to Islamic Jurisprudence there are five kinds of murder. Yes
(5) The third source of Islamic Jurisprudence is Qiyas. No (Ijma)
(6) Imam Bukhari was born in 194 A.H. in Bukhara. Yes
(7) A competent witness must be adult and sane person. Yes
(8) Tazir means the punishment ordained in Quran. No
(9) According to Hadith a false testimony is equal to ‘Shirk’ with Allah Almighty. Yes
(10) A woman alone is a competent witness for murder. No

(B) Write only correct answer in the Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the questions.

(11) Al-tarikhul-Kabir was written by:
(a) Amam Bukhari (100% correct don't be confused)
(b) Amam Muslim
(c) Amam Malik

(12) Punishment of Rajim is for:
(a) Theft
(b) False accusation
(c) Adultery

(13) False charge of adultery is called:
(a) Rajim
(b) Lian
(c) Qazif

(14) Qisas means:
(a) Life for life
(b) Blood money
(c) To give pardon

(15) Who was known as Dar-ul-Higra:
(a) Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal
(b) Imam Yousaf
(c) Imam Malik

(16) Al-Ghazali belonged to:
(a) Hanbli school of law
(b) Shafi school of law
(c) Hanfi school of law

(17) The term Fiqa used in the literal sense means:
(a) Law
(b) Understanding (In technical / legal sense Fiqa means Law not in Literal sense)
(c) People’s opinion

(18) Istihsan means:
(a) Preference of stronger evidence over analogy
(b) Preference over Ijtihad.
(c) Preference over Qiyas.

(19) Diyat means:
(a) Blood money
(b) Debt
(c) Common Liability

(20) Mubah means:
(a) Permissible
(b) Abominable
(c) Recommended

(Mubah means any action you earn nothing from performing, and earn nothing from abstaining from–though with the right intentions, these can be promoted or demoted into the other categories. More on that here. Examples include eating food, sleeping, and blinking.

So, in my view, anything that is neither Permissible (in full sense) nor Abominable should be called "Recommended".




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mubah means "permissible" whereas those actions which are recommended are

called masnun, mandub and mustahab.

for confirmation please see mullah's book introduction page xx.

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1.Al Risalah is name of the book authored by:
i) Imam Malik
ii) imam Ahmad
iii) imam Bukhari
iv) none of these (Al-Risala by Imam Shafi)

2. Mubarat means
i) When husband and wife decide to opt for Li’an
ii) When husband and wife decide to get divorced
iii) When wife decides to drag the Husband to a court of Law for divorce
iv) iv) none of these

3. The Federal Shariat Court declared in------------------ that some provisions of the MFLO 1961 were repugnant to the Islamic injuctions.
i) Farishta Case
ii) Ismael Qureshi Case
iii) Allah Rakha Case (Allah Rakha v Federation of Pakistan, PLJ 2000) and (Allah Rakha Case)
iv) none of these

4. Easement are known in Islamic Law as:
i) Huquq al-Irtifaq ( These refer to the rights included in a land (Huquq al Irtifaq or Easement Rights). Easement rights in general mean the benefit of an individual or group properties from another property publicly or privately owned. It has to be noted that there are some differences between the easement right (Haq Al Irtifaq) and the right of benefit (Haq Alintifa’). The main difference is that; Easement rights are always specific for immovable property (i.e. a land or a house), while the right of benefit is general for any object movable, immovable, or human (i.e. a book).
ii) Huquq al-Ardiyyah
iii) Haquq al-Hayatiyyh
iv) None of these

5. The suit for pre-emption shall fail if---------- different kinds of demands are note made:
i) Seven
ii) Five
iii) Three
iv) None of these

6. Shuroot in’iqad in marriage are those:
i) Which if not found, the contract will not be enforced
ii) Which if not found, the contract will be irregular
iii) Which if not found, the contract will not be binding
iv) None of these

7. Zahir al-Riwayah are six books authored by:
i) Imam shafi’i
ii) Imam Malik
iii) Imam Shaybani (Zahir al-Riwayah: Also called the Usul or Masa’il al-Usul, this collection of the rulings of the imams of the madhhab is contained in six books of Imam Muhammad ibn al-Hasan al-Shaybani. Ibn ‘Abidin gives them as:
1. Jami‘ Kabir
2. Jami‘ Saghir
3. Siyar Kabir
4. Siyar Saghir
5. Mabsut (also called the Asl)
6. Ziyadat
Some scholars of the madhhab did not include the two Siyar collections amongst the books of the Zahir al-Riwayah.
or (Zahir al-Riwayah)
iv) None of these

8. Divorce pronounced in death-illness is:
i) Valid
ii) Invalid
iii) Valid if the wife accepts it
iv) None of these

9. Legal capacity(Ahliyya) in Islamic Law is divided into
i) Ahliyya al-ada and ahliyya al-wafa
ii) Ahliyya al-wujoob and Ahliyya al-haqq
iii) Ahliyya al-wujoob and Ahliyya al-ada (Reference: Legal Capacity)
iv) None of these

10. Can the husband revoke the delegation of the right of divorce?
i) No (Haq-e-Tafweez-e-Talaq is another option for dissolution of marriage under which a woman is granted the right to annul her marriage. A broad consensus exists among Muslim jurists that Islam gives a woman the right to seek this power from her husband, and it can be delegated by him to her both verbally as well as in writing, at the occasion of marriage solemnization or afterwards, with different forms and conditions. If she has this right, she can divorce herself and dissolve the marriage. Once this right is delegated, it cannot be repudiated. The husband’s right of divorce remains intact even after he delegates it to his wife. MFLO also acknowledges this right. Accordingly, in Column 18 of the current Nikahnama (standard marriage contract form), the husband may delegate the power of divorce to his wife with conditions arrived at by the parties. In the event that the wife subsequently exercises this right, she is required to send the divorce notice to the Chairman of the Arbitration Council, who issues a divorce certificate if reconciliation efforts from the platform of the Arbitration Council fail.
ii) Yes
iii) Yes, if he does so before the wife exercise this right
iv) None of these

11. Istishab denoted:
i) The presumption of non-existence
ii) The presumption of continuity (Reference: Istishab-Presumption of Continuity) and ((Istishab - Presumption of Continuity)
iii) The presumption of validity
iv) None of these

12. Aasaba are those
i) Who have prejudice towards a section of the society
ii) Whose share is not fixed and will get whatever is left (Members of the ʿaṣaba (residuaries), usually a combination of male (and sometimes female) relatives that inherit as residuaries after the shares of the Quota-heirs is distributed.
iii) Who are entitled to get Zakah
iv) None of these

13. Imam Malik bin Anas belongs to
i) Ahl al-Hadith (Mālik ibn Anas ibn Mālik ibn Abī 'Āmir al-Asbahī (Arabic مالك بن أنس) (c. 711 – 795) (93 AH – 179 AH ) is known as "Imam Malik," the "Sheikh of Islam". He is founder of Maliki School. For the purpose of his study, he sought out over 300 "Tabi'een" = those who saw the Sahaba/Companions of the Holy Prophet (saw), and acquired from them the knowledge of the Holy Prophet's (saw) Ahadith and Sunnah. He spent his entire life in Madina where he studied Fiqah from 95 Shaikhs. It is these Shaikhs from whom he recorded the Ahadith in his Kitab-ul-Muatta (Mautta Imam Malik). This Kitab contains 1725 Ahadith of Rasulullah (saw).
ii) Ahl al-Ra’i
iii) Ahl al-Zahir
iv) None of these

14. Maslaha Mursala refers to:
i) A Maslaha which is neither recognized nor rejected by Shariah
ii) A Maslaha which is not recognized by Shariah but which must be adopted for its utility for Muslims
iii) A Maslaha which is proved by a Hadith I Mursal
iv) None of these

15. In case of divorce before consummation of marriage
i) Half dower must be paid, if dower was fixed
ii) Full dower must be paid if its proved that mistake of Husband caused the divorce
iii) No dower is payable as dower is paid as consideration for “consummation” (The Hanafis and Shi'is hold that the woman may not annul the marriage, but she may refuse to engage in intercourse. it means that Dower is paid as Consideration for Consummation)
iv) None of these

16. Bay’ al-Salam is:
i) Money for fruit but the counter-values must be exchanged simultaneously
ii) Money for fruit but money must be paid prior to delivery (Bay-al-Salam: Bay al-salam is a contract for deferred delivery that was originally sanctioned during the time of the Prophet, peace be upon him, to facilitate the trading activities of farmers who were awaiting the harvest of crops. In more modern times it has also been applied to the production of raw materials and fungible goods in general.
iii) Money for fruit butmoney is paid after delivery, otherwise sale void
iv) None of these

17. Talaqqi al-Rukban denotes
i) Divorces during travel
ii) Divorce while the wife is pregnant
iii) Divorce when the agent of the husband pronounces it on his behalf
iv) None of these (Term is Related to Islamic Finance and concept of Gharar)

18. Consideration is “khula” means
i) Gifts
ii) Any property paid to the wife
iii) Any property paid to the husband (Please note that "any property paid to the wife" is consideration for validity and consummation of marriage, and she returns the same when shee seeks to get divorce though "any property paid to the husband" is consideration for Khula.)
iv) None of these

19. Faskh in the Hanafi School is
i) Available only on three grounds (Click here for Reference)
ii) Available only on four grounds
iii) Is the absolute right of the wife
iv) None of these

20. Imam Abu Hanifah was student of
i) Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud
ii) Imam Hammad
iii) Imam Hasan Basri
iv) None of these


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SOLVED MCQs OF CSS-2013 (MUSLIM LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE)

i. Al-Risalah is name of the book authored by
a. Imam Malik
b. Imam Ahmad
c. Imam Bukhari
d. None of these

ii. Mubarat means
a. When husband and wife decide to opt forli’an
b. When husband and wife decide to get divorced
c. When wife decides to drag the husband to a court of law for divorce
d. None of these

iii. The Federal Shariat Court declared in ___________________ that some provisions of the Muslim Family Law Ordinance 1961 were repugnant to the Islamic injunctions.
a. Farishta Case
b. Ismael Qureshi Case
c. Allah Rakha Case
d. None of these

iv. Easements are known in Islamic law as
a. Huquq al-Irtifaq
b. Huquq al-Ardiyyah
c. Huquq al-Hayatiyyah
d. None of these

v. The suit for pre-emption shall fail if ________ different kinds of demands are not made:
a. Seven
b. Five
c. Three
d. None of these

vi. Shuroot in’iqad in marriage are those
a. Which if not found, the contract will not enforced.
b. Which if not found, the contract will be irregular.
c. Which if not found, the contract will not be binding.
d. None of these

vii. Zahir al-Riwayah are six books authored by
a. Imam Shafi`i
b. Imam Malik
c. Imam Shaybani
d. None of these

viii. Divorce pronounced in death-illness is
a. Valid
b. Invalid
c. Valid if the wife accepts it
d. None of these

ix. Legal capacity (ahliyya) in Islamic law is divided into
a. Ahliyya al-ada and ahliyya al-wafa
b. Ahliyya al-wujoob and ahliyya al-haqq
c. Ahliyya al-wujoob and ahliyya al-ada
d. None of these

x. Can the husband revoke the delegation of the right of divorce?
a. No
b. Yes
c. Yes, if he does so before the wife exercise this right.
d. None of these

xi. Istishab denotes
a. The presumption of non-existence
b. The presumption of validity
c. The presumption of continuity
d. None of these

xii. `Aasaba are those
a. who have prejudice towards a section of the society.
b. whose share is not fixed and will get whatever is left.
c. who are entitled to get zakah.
d. None of these

xiii. Imam Malik bin Anas belongs to
a. Ahl al-Hadith
b. Ahl al-Ra’i
c. Ahl al-Zahir
d. None of these

xiv. Maslaha Mursala refers to
a. A Maslaha which is neither recognized nor rejected by Shariah
b. A Maslaha which is not recognized by Shariah but which must be adopted for its utility for Muslims
c. A Maslaha which is proved by a Hadith i Mursal
d. None of these

xv. In case of divorce before consummation of marriage
a. Half dower must be paid, if dower was fixed.
b. Full dower must be paid if its proved that mistake of husband caused the divorce.
c. No dower is payable as dower is paid as consideration for “consummation”
d. None of these.

xvi. Bay’ al-Salam is
a. Money for fruit but the counter-values must be exchanged simultaneously.
b. Money for fruits but money must be paid prior to delivery
c. Money for fruits but money is paid after delivery, otherwise sale is void.
d. None of these

xvii. Talaqqi al-Rukban denotes
a. Divorces during travel.
b. Divorce while the wife is pregnant.
c. Divorce when the agent of the husband pronounces it on his behalf.
d. None of these.

xviii. Consideration in Khula’ means
a. Gifts
b. Any property paid to the wife
c. Any property paid to the husband
d. None of these

xix. Faskh in the Hanafi School is
a. available only on three grounds.
b. available only on four grounds.
c. is the absolute right of the wife
d. None of these.

xx. Imam Abu Hanifah was student of
a. `Abdullah IbnMas`ud
b. Imam Hammad
c. Imam Hasan Basri
d. None of these
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I have started this thread to solve past MCQS for our preparation.
Kindly do correction if found any thing wrong....




MCQs - 2000

(A) Write only Yes/No in Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the question.

(1) Amam Abu Hanifa was born in Egypt. No
(2) There are two kinds of evidence in Islamic Law. No
(3) A Qazi can decide the case on the basis of his personal knowledge. No
(4) According to Islamic Jurisprudence there are five kinds of murder. No
(5) The third source of Islamic Jurisprudence is Qiyas. No
(6) Imam Bukhari was born in 194 A.H. in Bukhara. Yes
(7) A competent witness must be adult and sane person. Yes
(8) Tazir means the punishment ordained in Quran. No
(9) According to Hadith a false testimony is equal to ‘Shirk’ with Allah Almighty. No
(10) A woman alone is a competent witness for murder. No

(B) Write only correct answer in the Answer Book. Don’t reproduce the questions.

(11) Al-tarikhul-Kabir was written by:
(a) Amam Bukhari
(b) Amam Muslim
(c) Amam Malik

(12) Punishment of Rajim is for:
(a) Theft
(b) False accusation
(c) Adultery

(13) False charge of adultery is called:
(a) Rajim
(b) Lian
(c) Qazif

its Lian

(14) Qisas means:
(a) Life for life
(b) Blood money
(c) To give pardon

(15) Who was known as Dar-ul-Higra:
(a) Imam Ahmad Bin Hanbal
(b) Imam Yousaf
(c) Imam Malik

(16) Al-Ghazali belonged to:
(a) Hanbli school of law
(b) Shafi school of law
(c) Hanfi school of law

(17) The term Fiqa used in the literal sense means:
(a) Law
(b) Understanding
(c) People’s opinion

its Understanding

(18) Istihsan means:
(a) Preference of stronger evidence over analogy
(b) Preference over Ijtihad.
(c) Preference over Qiyas.

(19) Diyat means:
(a) Blood money
(b) Debt
(c) Common Liability

(20) Mubah means:
(a) Permissible
(b) Abominable
(c) Recommended
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