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Basic Legal GK Questions that Exeryone must Know.

Who is the Legal Advisor to the Government of a State in India?
 The Solicitor General 
The State Chief Legal Officer 
The High Court 
The Advocate General
 Answer D 

 The age of retirement of a Judge of a High Court in India is
 58 years 
60 years
 62 years 
65 years

 Answer C 

 In which of the following cases did the Supreme Court direct the compulsory registration of all marriages in India?
 Danial Latifi vs Union of India 
Ashok Kumar vs Union of India 
Seema vs Ashwini Kuma
r Sharda vs Dharampal 

 Answer C

 The marriage of a 15 year old girl with a 45 year old man is -
 valid 
invalid
 voidable at the option of the girl 
voidable at the will of the man 

 Answer C 
 What does the legal term Caveat Emptor refer to? 
 Let the buyer beware 
According to value
 An unwelcome person
 Beyond the powers

 ANSWER A 

 What is the total number of High Courts in India?
 21
 22
 24 
19 

 ANSWER C 
 Match the names of writs in List I with their meanings in List II


Type of Writ
List I                 Meaning of the word
                                 List II
1. Habeas Corpus A. We Command
2. Mandamus B. What is your authority?
3. Certiorari C. You may have the body
4. Quo Warranto D. To be certified

1 - B; 2 - D; 3 - A; 4 - C
1 - B; 2 - A; 3 - D; 4 - C
1 - C; 2 - D; 3 - A; 4 - B
1 - C; 2 - A; 3 - D; 4 - B


ANSWER C


Which of the following is the oldest High Court in India?

  1. High Court of Madras
  2. High Court of Calcutta
  3. High Court of Delhi
  4. High Court of Allahabad
Answer  B

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