Pakistan Law Preparation


Every Civil Judge is subordinate to:

A. A Senior Civil Judge

B. District Judge

C. High Court

D. None of these


Which bail bond is accompanied by an affidavit ?

A. Bail before arrest

B. Bail after arrest

C. Bail in bail-able cases

D. None of these


Qisas for qatl-i-amad shall not be enforced

A. When the offender dies before the enforcement of the Qisas

B. When the offender punished with Tazir

C. When the offender has close relation with victim

D. None of these


A District Judge on the application by any of the parties

A. Cannot refuse to transfer the appeal pending in the Court of Additional District Judge

B. Can Transfer the same for trial to any other Additional district judge

C. Must refer the application to the High Court

D. None of these


Without exposing the bone of the victim, the accused is said to cause

A. Shajjah-i-Damigha

B. Shajjah-i-Mustiqlah

C. Cause Shajjah-i-Khafifah

D. None of these


_________ means the judgement of a foreign court.

A. Decree

B. Foreign Court

C. Decree-holder

D. Foreign judgement


Where the Special Court finds a person guilty of an offence punishable under the Control of Narcotics Substances Act and sentence him to imprisonment for a term exceedings three years, the Court shall also order that his assets derivable from trafficking in narcotic substances shall stand forfeited to the

A. Federal Government

B. Provincial Government

C. All of above

D. None of these


Under Section 29 of Specific Relief Act, if the suit for specific performance of a contract or part thereof is dismissed, then the plaintiff:

A. Can sue the defendant for the breach of such contract or part thereof

B. Cannot sue the defendant for the breach of such contract or part thereof

C. Reserve the right to file appeal or review

D. None of the above


Under Article 48, entries in books of account, in the normal course of business, are relevant whenever they refer to:

A. Charge any person with liability

B. Discharge any person from liability

C. Start proceedings against a person

D. End proceedings against a person


Punishment for the one who unlawfully compels any person to labour against his will shall be:

A. Imprisonment extendable to ten years, or fine, or both

B. Imprisonment extendable to seven years, or fine, or both

C. Imprisonment extendable to five years, or fine, or both

D. Imprisonment extendable to three years, or fine, or both