MCQs Of Muslim Law And Jurisprudence Part III
1 The concept of Gift is also present in
2 The term will means
3 According to Hiadaya an ___________ guardian has no right to contract a minor in a marriage.
4 Paternity and Maternity are the branches of
5 A child born after two years of the dissolution of the first marriage and within six months of the second marriage would be illegitimate under
6 Under Muhammadan Law adoption is not recognized unless it is permitted by any law for the time being enforced.
7 The entire law of Parentage of Muhammadan Law is based on
8 Gift can be made to any body and to an
9 Will _________ be made to any body and to any extent.
10 Will can be changed
11 The right of making a bequest is limited in
12 Will is valid up to
13 There is consideration in will.
14 There is consideration in gift.
15 Right of owner to gift is restricted.
16 Gift is an immediate transfer of
17 There is no consideration in will.
18 Consideration is an essential element of a
19 Right of donor to gift is
20 Gift operates in present at once.
21 Will operates posthumous.
22 Court cannot easily cancel or revoke the gift.
23 Court can easily cancel or revoke a gift.
24 Will is a transfer of right to take effect after the death of
25 Doctrine of Mushaa has no application in the gift.
26 Doctrine of Mushaa has no application in case of disposition made by will.
27 Doctrine of Mushaa is applicable in the gift.
28 Doctrine of Mushaa is applicable in case of disposition made by will.
29 In a gift transaction, delivery of ________ is necessary.
30 In a Will transaction delivery of possession is not necessary.
31 In a death illness the power to give by gift is reduced to
32 In Hiba there is no need of
33 In Hiba, delivery of possession is
34 In Hiba, transfer of ownership
35 In gift, transfer of ownership is
36 Gift is complete by registration of
37 Revocation must be by consent of the done or decree of court, according to Shia law.
38 Revocation is completed by a mere declaration and without a decree, according to Sunni law.
39 Gifts between husband and wife can be given during subsistence of marriage only according to Sunni Law.
40 Revocation must be by the consent of done or decree of court, according to Sunni Law.
41 Revocation is completed by a mere declaration and without any decree, according to Shia Law.
42 Gift can be exchanged between husband and wife after their separation, according to Shia Law.
43 Gifts can be exchanged between husband and wife after their separation, according to Sunni Law.
44 The whole property may be gifted to any person.
45 Subject matter must be in existence at the time of making gift.
46 The literal meaning of Waqf is
47 No religious motive is necessary in a trust.
48 A trustee cannot demand remuneration.
49 Waqf should have a
50 A trustee may not be beneficiary.
51 The object of Waqf should be
Charitable or Pious
52 Mutawalli may ask for remuneration.
53 Trust may not have any object.
54 The trustee has superior power of using the property because he is the
55 Mutawalli is a mere receiver and
56 Trust should have a religious motive.
57 A trustee may be
58 A founder, except a Hanafi Muslim cannot reserve any benefits for himself.
59 The Waqif must profess
60 The Waqif must be a
61 The Waqif must be
Owner of the property
62 The Waqif may be a
Male or Female
63 A minor cannot be a Waqif.
64 A lunatic can be Waqif.
65 Pre-emption literally means adding
66 A minor is a person who has not attained the age of
67 Under Maliki School of Law, a mother is entitled to the custody of her child till his
68 Appointment of a testamentary guardian can be made either
Orally or in writing
69 Intention to appoint a testamentary guardian may not be clear.
70 Guardianship once accepted cannot be revoked except with the permission of the
71 A testamentary guardian is also called
Wali or Ameen
72 Under Shafei law, mother is entitled to the custody of her child till his puberty.
73 A mother has the power of appointing a testamentary guardian for the property of her minor children under
Sunni and Shia Law
74 Under Muhammadan law, __________ is the natural guardian of the minor and his property.
75 Mother is not the legal guardian of her minor son.
76 Brother is a legal guardian of his minor sister.
77 Paternal uncle is not a legal guardian under Muslim Law.
78 A de facto guardian has no power to transfer any right or interest in the immovable property of the minor.
79 The ward may leave without the permission of his guardian.
80 On the death of the Ward, the guardianship comes to an end.
81 A Muhammadan may make a Waqf during his lifetime or by a will which is called
82 When the Waqif makes a declaration of Waqf, a Waqf is
83 Under the Shia law, delivery of possession must be there in
84 Waqf must be
Immediate and Un-contingent
85 Once a Waqf is declared, it becomes irrevocable according to
Imam Abu Yusuf
86 The Waqf can be revoked by the founder unless the declaration has been confirmed by a court order, according to
87 Waqf property may be exchanged for an equivalent property.
88 Every Muslim of sound mind, having age of majority can make a gift.
89 To wife the authority to divorce herself is called
90 If the wife desire to be separated from her husband, it is called
91 Maternity is the legal relation between the mother and her
92 A bequest in Islam is a
93 The term Wajib means an act the performance of which is ______ for the object.
94 Wajib Mutlaq is an act whose performance has been demanded by the Lawgiver but He has not fixed a _________ for its performance.
95 When an act is performed properly it is deemed as
96 The proper classification of laws was first provided by the Hanafi jurists including
97 Hanafites divide Ikrah into
98 Ikrah is a situation in which a person is forced to do something
Without his willingness
99 Ijma means
Consensus of legal opinion
100 The majority of Jurists divided the Muttasil Hadiths into