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    Administrative Law

    1. Definition, Growth and Content of Administrative Law.
    2. Judicial Review of Administrative Action - Grounds.
    3. Judicial Review of Administrative Action – Remedies.
    4. Law of Tribunals Delegated Legislation and Ombudsman.

    Part -1 Part-2 Part-3
    1. What is administrative law-Nature & Scope- Factors responsible –A/7--S/6 --A/6--S/5—a/11-how it is different from constitutional law --a/11
    2. Write note on the following
    Constitutional Remedies - Rule of Bias–A/7
    3. Point of distinction between French Droit administrative and English Rule of law–A/7--A/5

    4. What is delegated legislation Factors responsible for the development of delegated legislation–A/7--A/6—a/11
    5. Diceys concept of Rule of Law been criticized--S/6 --S/5
    6. Note: Locus Standi-Principle of Audi Alteram Partem--S/6--A/6
    7. Remedies against Administrative or Action --S/6--A/5
    8. Why do we need judicial control of Administrative action--A/6--S/5
    9. Jurisdiction of the High Court to review an administrative action under the Constitution of Pakistan --S/5
    10. Judicial Review in Pakistan--A/5
    11. Separation of powers—a/11
    12. Define term bias- and its types
    13. Explain principle of natural justice a/11

    1. Elaborate- ad hoc appointment & Selection Authority–A/7--S/5
    2. Discuss seniority of a Civil Servant under Civil Servant act 1973–A/7
    3. Who is competent to file an appeal before the Service Tribunal under Service Tribunal Act 1973- write procedure–A/7

    4. Procedure by inquiry officer or committee against the accused Government servant–A/7--S/6

    5. Meaning of Retirement from service--S/6
    6. Note on Probation U/civil servant Act 1973--S/6
    7. Circumstance of Appeal to the Appellate Authority from an order passed by relevant authority--S/6
    8. Note on Probationary Appointment-Misconduct--A/6
    14. Period of limitation for filling an appeal under the Service Tribunal Act 1973 Note on Probationary Appointment-Misconduct--A/6
    15. Note on Probationary Appointment-Misconduct--A/6
    16. Penalties under Gov.Servant Rule 1973 Note on Probationary Appointment-Misconduct--A/6
    17. Define: Civil Servant – Selection Authority--S/5
    18. Necessary contents of memorandum of an appeal submitted before the tribunal--S/5
    19. Jurisdiction of FST with reference to terms and condition of civil servant--A/5
    20. Difference between tribunal and an ordinary court--A/5
    21. Discuss the evolution of Service Tribunal in Pakistan-composition of jurisdiction of Tribunal--A/5
    22. Powers of Punjab service tribunals against the final order of a departmental authority
    23. a/11
    24. Define writ and discuss the principles relating to issuance of writ of Mnadamus and Heabeas Corpus –a/11

    1. Define Misconduct-penalties against misconduct-- proved quality of misconduct–A/7—A/6--S/5--A/5—a/11
    2. Remedies to Civil Servant in case of Appeal before Service Tribunal –A/7--S/5
    3. Short Note on Promotion Claim—Appointment on Probation-a/11—a/07
    4. Detail note on – Pension –Provident Fund
    5. Define Probation & Confirmation
    6. Difference between Probation and Ad hoc appointment – is confirmation a right after probation--S/6
    7. Write note on Retirement –is employment after retirement allowed under Punjab Civil Servant Act--S/6--A/6
    8. Comprehensive note on the establishment and power of the branches of the Punjab Service Tribunals--S/6
    9. Circumstances a civil servant can be terminated without notice --A/6--S/5--A/5
    10. Note: Dismissal from service--- Termination from service
    11. Comprehensive note on establishment and power of the branches of the Punjab Service Tribunal--A/6
    12. Define Out of Turn Promotion—Authorized Officer & Promotion --A/5
    13. Is seniority under Punjab Civil Servant Act 1974, a vested right-Can civil servant claim promotion as matter of legal right--S/5
    14. Power of authorised officer and an authority in inquiry against the civil servant--A/5
    15. Define: Ad hoc Appointment---Dismissal from Service---Major Penality--A/5
    16. Declaration and injunction as an equitable remedies against an administrative action –a/11

    Pleading and Conveyancing
    Conveyancing Pleading Interpretation of statute
    1. Agreement to refer existing disputes to Arbitration a/10
    2. What do you mean by conveyance—a/8
    3. Difference between bill of exchange and Promissory Note—Draft Promissory Note for Rs 2000 payable on demand –a/8
    4. Agreement to sell house—a/9
    5. Deed of Usufructuary mortgage –a/10—a/9
    6. Draft the Revocation of a Partnership--A/7--s/7
    7. Deed of dissolution of partnership—a/9
    8. A and B are real brothers- they want partition the
    9. immovable property left by their father- Draft a Partition Deed---A/7
    10. Draft rent Deed regarding residential house. --A/7-a/10-a/11
    11. Define the following –Conveyancing-Affidavit-Bond-Power of Attorney--A/7
    12. Deed of Waqaf Alal-Aulad--S/6-a/11
    13. Deed of Partnership--S/6
    14. Sale Deed--S/6
    15. Deed of Simple Mortgage--S/6--S/6—a/11
    16. Draft special Power of Attorney for a court case --S/6--A/5—a/9
    17. Draft General Power of Attorney--A/5-a/10 Deed for Cancellation General Power of Attroney—a/8
    18. Deed of Exchange of property of same value --S/6
    19. Demand of Promissory note and Receipt--S/6
    20. Receipt of rent by Landlord- draft a receipt of debt by a debtor --S/5
    21. Notice to a Tenant to vacate house as landlord need it for the marriage of its son--S/5
    22. Draft a Will--S/5-a/11
    23. Gift Deed--A/5
    24. Deed of Exchange--A/5 1. Draft a plaint on the behalf of the plaintiff for recovery of Dower--A/7--A/5—a/11
    2. Written statement on the behalf of the defendant to the above Plaintiff--A/7
    3. Draft ,Suit for Specific Performance of Agreement of Sale --A/7
    4. Written statement on behalf of above suit-- An offence cannot be punished twice for the same offence-a/5—a/9—a/8
    5. Power to appoint and power to remove—a/9
    6. State some Cardinal Rules of Interpretation --A/7--S/5
    7. A/7
    8. Plaint in a suit for recovery of Damages on account of malicious prosecution
    9. Written statement on the behalf of defendant in above suit --S/6
    10. Razia divorce her husband Gafor and is not willing to rejoin him – Gafor want to institute suit for the Restitution of Conjugal Rights written statement of this suit --S/6--S/6--A/5
    11. General Rules of Pleading --S/6—a10—a/11—a/9
    12. Plaint in a suit for possession through specific performance--a/10 –a/9-written statement for the defendant for this suit—a/9
    13. Plaint in a suit of Dissolution of Partnership and Rendition of Account—written statement in this suit --S/6
    14. Plaint a suit for recovery of Rs 30000on behalf of a Mr. A against Mr. B--S/5
    15. Written statement on the behalf of defendant in above civil suit--- take ground that suit is time barrad--S/5
    16. Draft plaint on behalf of Mr. A for dissolution of her marriage on the ground of the exercise of option of puberty--S/5—a/11—a/8—statement on the behalf of the defendant –a/8
    17. Draft plaint in a suit for permanent injunction—a/8
    18. Divorce deed—a/8
    19. Draft Execution Application with a Decree was passed in favour of the applicant and the judgment debtor is not satisfying the decree--S/5
    20. Plaint for recovery of Dower Money--A/5—a/11—a/9
    21. Written statement in the above suit taking the plea that the dower money was fully waived by the plaintiff --A/5
    22. Plaint for the restitution of conjugal rights --A/5—a/10
    23. Written statement on the behalf of defendant in this suit -- a/10
    24. Written statement on the behalf of the defendant alleging among other facts the the plaintiff is an addict to intoxication --A/5A 1. Right of appeal is the creation of statute and this right can only be taken away by the legislature--S/6
    2. Effect of a change in the substantive law during Pendency of an action --S/6—a/10
    3. How ambiguity of statue is resolved--S/6—a/11
    4. Power of court do justice or redress a wrong if there be no express provision in a statute to meet requirement of a case--S/6
    5. How to know that the provision of law is mandatory or directory-- Five rules of Interpretation --A/5—a/11—a8
    6. A suit is to decide according to the law existing at the time of its institution --A/5A
    7. Powers of court to do complete justice between the parties when there is no express provision in statute to meet the particular situation—a/10--S/5

    1. What are circumstances a trail court shall stay the proceedings in suit pending before – discuss with reference to Section 10 A2011
    2. Difference between Decree – Order and Judgement a/11-a09
    3. Section 47 coffers jurisdiction on the executing court over all questions between partied to the suit in which decree was passed relating to execution – discharge or satisfaction of the decree and a separate suit is barred a/11
    4. Power of High Court and District Court in case of Transfer of Case – Section 24 CPC a/11
    5. Under what circumstances an order for the personal appearance of a party can be made by the court – what will be the consequences if the party fails to appear in person without lawful authority a/11
    6. What are Issues in Suit – state the power of court in Framing , adding and striking out he issues a/11
    7. Procedure for entering in to compromise in a suit where minor is a party in a suit a/11-a8
    8. Power of court to grant temporary injunction a/11
    9. Word Acknowledge – how does it effect the period of limitation a/11-a9
    10. Note on Legal Disability in enforcement of rig of pre-emption a/11-s/11-a8
    11. In an order rejecting the review application appealable – give specific reference to the provisions of the code s/11
    12. Narrate the scope of amendment of plaint – is any permission of court required for amendment s/11
    13. Recoding of better statement of parties at the initial stage generally leads to right conclusion- is there any s/11
    14. Whether the CPC has fixed specific time for filling a written statement – discuss the implication of its violation s/11
    15. Note on Section 3 of Limitation Act s/11
    16. Points of Difference – Res Judicta ---Res Sub judice a/9-a/8
    17. Note on Section 148-149 CPC a/9
    18. Appeal – Review – Revision a/9a/8
    19. Inherent powers of Court – when Exercised a/9
    20. Narrate circumstances in which additional evidence can be allowed a/9
    21. Law regarding the suits based on negotiable instrument a/9
    22. Difference between section 5 and 17 Limitation Act a/9
    23. Procedure of execution of money decree- a/8
    24. Summons in a suit property served upon defendant –but he fails to enter appearance – what action court can take a/8
    25. Note on O XLl R5 CPS a/8
    26. Remedy for whne suit filed in wrong court a/8
    29. Law declares every Decree and not judgement appealable s/11
    30. Procedure provided in CPC applied to all courts s/11
    32. What is pecuniary jurisdiction of a court- how it is relevant in filing a suit a/7-a/5-a/11-s/11-a/9
    33. Enumerate a situation where Revision is filed a/7
    34. A file a suit against B which is decreed with the consent of the parties – Enumerate the grounds on which B can challenge the decree a/7-a/8
    35. Can suit be filed against Government without notice a/7
    36. When defendant is entitled to special cost a/7
    37. Does CPC exempt women appearing in the court – under what circumstances a/7
    38. What do you understand by the examination of parties under OX CPC a/7
    39. What are distinguishing features of a suit under OXXXVll from an ordinary suit a/7
    40. Discuss revisional jurisdiction of High Court and District Court in the light of latest amendment s/6-s/6
    41. Difference between order for ex-parte proceedings and an ex-parte decree- also suggest remedy a/7-s/5
    42. Can suit filed against minor a/7 –a/6-a/5
    43. Does the knowledge of debt effect the period of limitation a/7
    44. Limitation extinguishes the remedy but not the right comment a/7
    45. Doctorine of Sub Judice a/6
    46. Which court is competent to transfer a civil suit from one court to another in the same district- also state the grounds for transfer s/6
    47. Suit of pertaininfg to immovable property which court has the jurisdiction to try s/6
    48. Applicability of the code on all courts of civil nature a/6
    49. Can judgement –decree – order be amended after pronounced- under what provision a/6-a/5/a11
    50. State the law regarding the striking of defence of the defendant in the light of latest amendment a/6
    51. Difference between XLl and XLlll a/6
    52. Define Receiver
    OXL – when appointed- terms of reference and extent of authority a/6-a/9
    53. Where a plaintiff omits to sue for a portion of his claim he shall not afterwards be allowed to sue for the omitted claim comment a/6 -a/9
    54. Law of limitation basically provide the period during which a right is legally enforceable a/6
    55. Discuss Section 9- with particular reference to territorial and pecuniary jurisdiction
    Can objection to territorial jurisdiction be taken for the first time at the appellate or revisional jurisdiction a/6
    56. If a suit with deficient court fee is filed how the court would deal with the situation a/6
    57. Define the inherent power of the court – situation where it can be evoked a/6
    58. What is Reference a/6
    59. Note on Section 20 a/6-a/5
    60. Note on Necessary and proper party in a suit a/6
    61. Can a plaintiff file fresh suit on the same cause of action after the rejection of plaint a/6
    62. Requirement of written statement in the light of Order Vlll a/6
    63. What is sufficient cause within the meaning of section 5 of limitation Act a-5
    64. Effect do Section 8 on the concession given under Section 6 of Limitation Act a/5-a6
    65. Resdicta a/5
    66. Can a suit be filled for the cancellation of Decree obtain through fraud or misrepresentation a/5-a8
    67. Contents of Plaint generally can it be amended after it has been filed a/5
    68. Objections with respect to attached property a/5
    69. State the effect of withdrawal of suit on limitation if fresh suit on limitation is filed on the same cause of action against the same defendant a/5
    Discuss the right of easement -What is period prescribed for accruing the right of easement over private and government propert s/5-a/5
    71. If all the decrees are appealable – state whether a 2nd appeal lies against all decrees of the trail Courts – if so on what grounds s/5 a/11
    72. Difference between Section 35 and 35 A s/5
    73. Difference between Review and Revision – grounds of application s/5
    74. Is the procedure for execution of decree against government differs from ordinary execution.
    Describe the procedure with particular reference to provision contained in the code s/5
    75. How the statement of provisions exempted from personal appearance in court under Section 132 and 133 of CPC s/5-a/8
    76. Detail comment on order XV
    Difference between Rule 2 and 3 of Order XVll CPC s/5
    77. Upon what stage of proceedings the parties can amend their pleadings- is permission necessary s/5
    78. What are the principles for condonation of delay
    a. In filing suits
    b. In preferring appeals s/5
    79. Read Section 16-20- give difference s/5
    80. Points which are to be determined by the executing court s/5

    Intellectual Property Laws

    1. Who is a performer ? what rights are available to him under copyright act 1962 [A/10]
    2. What is the term of copy right for musical? artistic and dramatic work under copyright act 1962[A/10]
    3. What are the acts which do not constitute infringement of copyright [A/10]
    4. What do you understand by Opposition – who can file opposition against trademark application[A/10]
    5. What do you understand by PRIOR ART[A/10]
    6. How industrial design is different from patent –what is the maximum term of which an industrial design can be protected [A/10]
    7. Describe process of Revocation of Patent [A/10]
    8. Give suggestions for effective enforcement of intellectual property right in Pakistan [A/10]
    9. Not on the following [A/10]
    • Copy
    • Performance
    • Compulsory License
    • Publication
    • Rental Rights

    10. What is meant by Intellectual Property – Explain its branches[ A/08]
    11. Discuss different criminal remedies available in Pakistan for enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights[ A/08]
    12. Do you agree the existence of performing art association could be a good check on plagiarism [ A/08]
    13. How a design can be registered and under what circumstances it can be cancelled[ A/08]
    14. What are the sources of intellectual property laws Discuss[ A/08]
    15. There is a time for acceptance or otherwise of an application for Patent Why- Discuss[ A/08]
    16. What is procedure for registration of Trade Mark[ A/08]
    17. When a copy right is infringed –what defenses are available to the infringer[ A/08]
    18. What is meant by confusion and deception in relation to the use of a trade mark[ A/08]
    19. What is meant by Intellectual Copyright[ A/08]
    20. Who is the first owner of the copyright [ A/11]
    21. What rights are available to an employer who has engaged an employee for creation of work under the copy right ordinance[ A/11]
    22. Why the Special Rights are not extinguished even when the work has been assigned to another person[ A/11]
    23. What is difference between Infringement and Passing Off[ A/11]
    24. To how many Classes does the Nice classification of Trade Marks extend-What is the difference between Trade Mark &Service Marks
    25. What are the Relative Grounds for refusal of registration of an applicant’s trademark application [ A/11][A/2010]
    26. What is the remedy available against the order of Registrar of Trademark refusing the register an Applicants Trademark[ A/11]
    27. When does an owner of an Invention become a Patentee[ A/11]
    28. How a design under the Copyright Ordinance is different from Industrial Design [ A/11]
    29. Are Ideas protected under the Intellectual Property Laws, if no why? If yes how?

    Law of Evidence
    1. Who is competence to testify in law – can the following be competent witnesses person competent witnesses-Lunatic-Dumb-Deaf –A/7--A/6—A/9
    2. Privileged Communication –A7--A/6
    3. Scope and Extent of Protection to a witness from answering incriminating questions-A/7—A/8--A/11
    4. An accomplice is unworthy of credit unless he is corroborated on material particulars of his statement–A7/S6
    5. Explain relevant fact – what facts not otherwise relevant become relevant –A7—A/10
    6. What is meant by identification parade- hoe held --–A7--S/5
    7. Detail note on Doctrine of Estoppels’-examples -–A7--A/5
    8. Define Admission – in what circumstances an admission can be proved by on behalf of the person making it- –A7----A/10A/6—A/8 Admission cannot be proved on behalf of the maker-comment any exception to this rule--A/5—A/9
    9. Exception of Hearsay Evidence-–A7- Hearsay evidence is no evidence—S/6--S/5
    10. Who is an Expert- when are opinion of third person relevant–A7--A/6
    11. Describe the etiquettes and characteristics of legal profession-–A7--A/6
    12. Qualities of god Advocate-–A7—A/8
    13. Under what circumstances court can interfere with cross examination of witness- S/6--A/8—A/9
    14. Primary and Secondary evidence- what circumstances Secondary evidence admissible S/6—S/7
    15. Judicial and Extra judicial Confession – Difference between Admission and Confession- S/6—S/7—A/8-A/11
    16. Modes of Proving Handwriting - S/6--S/5
    17. Facts which though relevant need not to be proved -- S/6
    18. Burden of Proof-on whom it lies in civil and criminal proceedings-- S/6—A/11--S/5Burden of proof shift to accused , in what circumstances--A/5—A/9—A/10
    19. Note- Examination in Chief – Facts in Issue- Leading Questions -- S/6
    20. What are Rights and Duties of an Advocate-- S/6--S/5—S/7—A/9—A/10A/11
    21. Qualities of good Advocate-- S/6--A/6
    22. Modes of impeaching credit of witness--A/6
    23. How witness may refresh his memory – Rights of opposite party--A/6—S/7—A/11
    24. Documentary evidence exclude oral evidence – reference to relevant law--A/6--S/5 –S/7
    25. What is JUDICAL NOTICE-Facts court can take Judicial Notice --A/6--S/5—A10—A/11
    26. Leading question –who can ask – party can ask to its own witness--A/6
    27. Can evidence of bad character of accused be given in criminal cases? how far character of party is relevant in civil cases---A/6-what is character --A/5—A/8
    28. Difference between Admission and Confession- what circumstances confession of an accused person in the custody of a police is admissible in evidence--S/5--A/5—S/7
    29. Note- Estoppels –examination in Chief-Document –Fact in issue--S/5
    30. Term Hostile Witness- can a party calling the witness cross-examination him and for what purpose--S/5—S/7-can he be crossed examined by the party calling him—evidentiary vale of his statement --A/11
    31. General principles of legal ethics--S/5
    32. Difference in “Judgment in Rem”-“Judgment in Personum”—examples --A/5
    33. An accomplice is unworthy of credit--A/5—A/11
    34. Note: Privileged Communication—A/8 – FACTS IN ISSUE–Leading Question-Ancient Document-Admission--A/5—S/7—Professional Communication
    35. Credit of witness impeached-reference to qanun-e-shahadat--A/5
    36. In certain circumstances facts not otherwise relevant become relevant ---A/5-A/11
    37. What do you understand by professional misconduct of lawyers-who can take action and to what extent --A/5—S/07—A/8—A/9--A/11
    38. Protection given to professional communication between lawyer and client--A/5
    39. Plea of alibi
    40. What is dying declaration and how it is recorded –what is evidentiary value—S/7
    41. Define Public and private Document ---how a public document can be proved –S/7—A/9—A/10
    42. circumstances in which judgments of court are considered relevant in evidence—A/8
    43. All relevant facts are not admissible but all admissible facts are relevant --A/8-A/9—A/10
    44. judicial notice- facts of which court can take judicial notice—A/9
    45. Explain Retracted Confession—A/9
    46. short note---hostile witness-fact in issue-document-expert—A/9evidence obtained by modern devices—A/10—examination in chief—A/11
    47. how would contradict the statement of a witness made in court by proving his previous statement – under which Article –A/9—A10
    48. how many witnesses are required to prove any fact – discuss with reference to QSH1984—A
    49. oral evidence must be direct-A/10
    50. All persons are competent to testify-exception to general rule—A/11


    1. Define the term crime? Discuss various ingredients How would you distinguish it from tort-[A/08][S/2009][A][S/08]
    2. Crime is a product of poor economic conditions coupled with social exploitation-[A/08] [A/10][S/8][S/08]
    3. Discuss the causes of Juvenile Delinquency with special reference to Pakistan-[A/08][S/2009][S/08]
    4. Distinguish between blue collar crime and white collar crime. Is any system of control of white collar crime in Pakistan -[A/08][S/2009][S/08]
    5. What is criminal justice –What are different theories of punishment -[A/08] -[A/11]
    6. Positive school of criminologists focused its attention on the personality of the offender, Discuss this school with reference to Cesar Lombroso,s -[A/08]
    7. What method may be adopted for the treatment criminals in prisons to make them good and useful citizen-[A/08]
    8. Discuss the programme which you consider to be appropriate for the prevention of crimes in the society-[A/08]
    9. What do you understand by the principle of vicarious liability in crime -[A/08]
    10. What is motive? Distinguish it from intention-[A/08][A/10]
    11. Write detail note on
    a. Blue Collar Crime b. Role of drugs in crime[A/2010]
    12. Explain Individualistic and Environmental approaches of Crime -[A/11]
    13. Discuss the characteristics of Organized Crime and their types which are preventive in society-[A/11]
    14. What is Habitual Offender – Relevant provisions in Cr.P.C-[A/11]
    15. Define negligence and different theories of negligence-[A/11]
    16. Discuss different kinds of punishments as provided in PPC-[A/11]
    17. Crime and Delinquency are outcome of Social Structural disorder-[A/11][A/2009]
    18. Discuss Actus Rea as an essential ingredient of crime-[A/11][A/10][S/08]
    19. Discuss role of Police in society .Measure to change Thana culture in our society-[A/11][S/2009]
    20. What is criminology – discuss its various kinds [A/9]
    21. Theories of punishment and its –Preventative theory of punishment [A/9][A/10][S/08]
    22. Critically examine the causes of terrorism in Pakistan [A/9]
    23. Discuss Consent –compulsion and necessity as defenses of justification of crime [A/9]
    24. Family is first social experience of person – how does it influence his criminal behavior [A/9][S/08]
    25. Biological theory of crime [A/9]
    26. Negligence and Subjective and Objective Theory [A/10]
    27. Define Criminal Libel and discuss common principle of both Criminal and Civil Libel [A/10]
    28. Discuss various defenses to criminal liability [A/10]
    29. Improvement in Prisons in Pakistan [S/08]
    30. Note on the following
    • Social Disorganization Theor
    • Bonger Theory of economic structure and crime

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