Legal GK – Questions on Law General Knowledge

Legal GK - General Knowledge on Legal
  1. The members of Rajya Sabha are elected by –

Ans. Elected members of the legislative assembly.


  1. Who has the power to decide an election petition –

Ans. High Courts.


  1. The right to vote is what kind of right –

Ans. Constitutional right.


  1. The procedure to remove the chief justice of India is called –

Ans. Impeachment.


  1. In which case was the doctrine of basic structure propounded by the Supreme court of India –

Ans. Keshavananda Bharti v. The State of Kerala.


  1. The tenure of office of the members of Lok Sabha id for the period of how many years –

Ans. 5 years.


  1. How many numbers of writs can be prayed to the Supreme Courts or the High Courts –

Ans. Five.


  1. How many numbers of writs can be issued by the Supreme Court or the High courts –

Ans. Five.


  1. The first Law minister of India was –

Ans. Dr. Ambedkar.


  1. The constitutional law bench of the Supreme court is presided by minimum of how many judges –

Ans. Five.


  1. The members of State Commission can be removed by whom –

Ans. By the President on report by the Supreme Court.


  1. After taking who’s advice the President can dissolve the Lok Sabha –

Ans. Prime Minster.


  1. What is Magna Carta –

Ans. It is the first English Legal Charter relating to the fundamental rights of the citizens.


  1. The value of the position of a Chief Minster is similar to the value of which post –

Ans. The Prime minister.


  1. Members of Rajya Sabha are elected for a term of how many years –

Ans. Six Years.


  1. What is the usual punishment for the crime of Murder –

Ans. Life Imprisonment.


  1. Which case is popularly also known as the Mandal Case?

Ans. Indira Sawhney v. The Union of India.


  1. What is meant by Parole ?

Ans. The release of the prisoner before the completion of his actual sentence.


  1. The basis of a Fiduciary Relationship is what ?

Ans. Trust.


  1. Who is an Abettor ?

Ans. A person who aids the commission of an offense.


  1. The decision given by a competent court is called what?

Ans. Adjudication.




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    As per Information Technology Act, electronic records are considered as evidence. Supreme Court of India held that “ There is also no doubt that the new techniques and devices are the order of the day. Audio and video tape technology has emerged as a powerful medium through which a first hand information about an event can be gathered and in a given situation may prove to be a crucial piece of evidence. At the same time, with fast development in the electronic techniques, the tapes/cassettes are more susceptible to tampering and alterations by transposition, excision, etc. which may be difficult to detect and, therefore, such evidence has to be received with caution”.

    However, the accuracy of the recording has to be proved by the petitioner by examining a competent witness, alleged maker of Video CD as to whether the video recorded in the video cassettes were in continuity or otherwise ; as to whether the video on the video cassettes were edited or otherwise. In Anvar P.V vs P.K.Basheer & Ors Supreme Court held that “The conditions for proving the admissibility of electronic records in given in 65B of Indian Evidence Act which has to be strictly followed.”

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