Monday, October 25, 2010

Business law - 19

This paper has been contributed by Ashita Thaker

THANKS TO : Ashita Thaker

1. The Indian Contract Act 1872 , does not cover all those duties which are not ______________ in nature.
a. Contractual
b. Obligatory
c. Acceptable
d. Void

2. Acceptance should be made in
a. Any manner irrespective of the fact that it was urged by a definite mode
b. Prescribed manner of the promise
c. The manner prescribed by the promisor and if not prescribed, in any reasonable manner
d. The manner prescribed by the agency

3. Match the following:

a. Appropriate Laboratory      1. Recognised by Central
b. Services                              2. Seller, traders
c. Goods                                 3. Stock and share
d. Spurious goods                   4. Goods claimed to be genuine
                                              5. Recognised by District Council
                                              6. Doesn't include contract of personal service       

4. Following are the essential of coercion
a. intention to induce someone to enter into an agreement
b. threatening to detain property, unlawfully
c. there must be some relationship between the parties
d. it is mainly related to moral character

5. An intention to create legal relations is one of the most important criteria to

establish a contract.
a. True
b. False

6. Under ratification, the principal need not exist at the time of ratifying the act of the agent.
a. True
b. False

7. Special resolution and confirmation by the ________ is required for alteration of the memorandum.
a. Company Law Board
b. Company Account Board
c. Company Stock Board
d. Company Human Resource Board

8. The distinction between fraud and misrepresentation is that
a. misrepresentation is committed intentionally while fraud is not
b. fraud is an intentional wrong while misrepresentation may be innocent
c. fraud renders a contract voidable but misrepresentation as void
d. fraud includes false representation while it is not false in misrepresentation

9. "An agreement creating and defining the obligations between the parties is a contract", this was stated by
a. Sir John Salmond
b. Sir Fredrick Pollock
c. Sir Austin Jane
d. Sir Savigny

10. Apparent authority and ostensible authority have different meanings
a. True
b. False

11. Following are the types of jurisdiction, which have been conferred on the state commission
a. Appellate
b. Supervisory
c. Pecuniary
d. Revisional

12. A company is
a. One of the forms of the business organisation
b. An artificial legal person
c. A separate legal entity
d. Created by local body

13. In a contract of sale goods can be exchanged for goods.
a. True
b. False

14. As per the Indian Partnership act, a partnership firm arises from
a. Status
b. Proposal
c. Contract
d. Court Order

15. If a partnership business is carried on continuous losses, the court may order to _________ the firm
a. Dissolve
b. Break
c. Continue
d. Transfer

16. A proposes by letter sent by post to sell a house to B at a certain price. The communication of the proposal is complete
a. when A dispatched the letter
b. when A forms his mind to dispatch it
c. when B receives the letter
d. when B acknowledges it

17. Where a cheque is crossed specially, the banker to whom it is crossed may again cross it specially to another banker, his agent, for collection.
a. True
b. False

18. Ordinary damages are known as
a. compensatory damages
b. vindictive damages
c. exemplary damages
d. nominal damages

19. Under a contract of sale, the property in goods is
a. Not transferred from the seller to the buyer
b. partly transferred from the seller to the buyer
c. immediately transferred from teh seller to the buyer
d. exchanged from the seller to the buyer

20. A cheque is always payable on
a. Demand
b. Order
c. Request
d. Promise

21. Goods means
a. Actinable claims
b. Debentures
c. Stocks and shares
d. Money

22. Under _________ influence the dominant party may hold a real authority over

the other party
a. undue
b. special
c. due
d. general

23. A company is a legal personality and as such it can
a. Jointly own property with shareholders
b. Own its property in its own name
c. Enjoy its property in its own name
d. Dispose off its property in its own name

24. Following are the conditions needed to prove that an act of a partner is an act of a partnership firm
a. Act done in personal capacity
b. An act done in an ordinary course of business of a partnership firm
c. Act must be related to the business of the firm
d. Act must have been done in the name and on behalf of the firm

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