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FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR
RECRUITMENT TO POSTS IN BS-17
UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2014


LAW, PAPER-I


PART-II

SECTION – A (THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE)

Q.No.2.
(a) Under what circumstances, production of additional evidence is admissible in appeal?
(b) Enumerate modes of taking additional evidence.

Q.No.3.
What is Pleading? Discuss with reference to analogy of set off.

Q.No.4.
What is compensatory costs? What reforms and amendments you suggest with reference to vexatious claims or defences?

SECTION –B (THE CONTRACT ACT)

Q.No.5.
(a) What agreements are contract?
(b) Distinguish between void and voidable contracts.

Q.No.6.
Write short NOTES on any FOUR of the following:
(a) Coercion (b) Undue influence
(c) Fraud (d) Bailment
(e) Agreements collateral to wagering agreements.

Q.No.7.
What is the effect of:
(a) Refusal to accept offer of performance
(b) Refusal of party to perform promise wholly
(c) Failure to perform at fixed time.

SECTION –C (LAW OF TORTS)

Q.No.8.
Discuss the law of Torts as administered in Pakistan.

Q.No.9.
Define any FOUR of the following:
(a) Malice (b) Intention
(c) Motive (d) Contributory negligence
(e) Illegal damages

Q.No.10.
A tort is a civil injury, but all civil injuries are not torts. Discuss.

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LAW, PAPER-II


PART-II

SECTION – A (QANUN-E-SHAHADAT ORDER, 1984)

Q.No.2.
“An accomplice is unworthy of credit unless corroborated in material evidence”.
Comment. Support your answer by quoting relevant provision of law.

Q.No.3.
Write a note on duties of court in disallowing certain questions during cross- examination.

Q.No.4.
Write short NOTES on the following:
(a) Identification parade
(b) Dying declaration

SECTION –B (CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, 1898)

Q.No.5.
How would you distinguish between discharge and acquittal of an accused?

Q.No.6.
What procedure is adopted by a court of session in the trial of a criminal case?

Q.No.7.
Evidence is to be taken in presence of accused. Is there any exception to this general principle? Discuss with reference to relevant provisions of law.

SECTION –C (PAKISTAN PENAL CODE, 1860)

Q.No.8.
Determine the relationship of Pakistan Penal Code with the Criminal Procedure Code and Qanun-e-Shahadat Order.

Q.No.9.
When does the right of private defence of the body and of property extend to the causing of death of the assailant? Under what circumstances in the exercise of this right, risk of harm to an innocent person is condoned?

Q.No.10.
Differentiate between offences of misappropriation, theft and cheating.

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