MCQs Of Muslim Law And Jurisprudence Part VI

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MCQs Of Muslim Law And Jurisprudence Part VI

1 Islam means

Submission to the will of God

2 The four Imams of Sunni school are collectively called

Aaima-a-Arba

3 What is Hadana?

To give charity

4 Khiyar al Majlis is

To repudiate agreement

5 Ihtibas is

A boarder peace

6 Istislah is

Legal rules to be based on public goods

7 Gharar is

Haughtiness in trade

8 Hedaya is

The name of a book

9 Wilayat is

Power of guardianship

10 Fatwa Alamgiri is written by

Aurangzeb

11 Al Ahkam was written by

Ibn Najm

12 The author of Al Tafsir al Kabir was

Ibn Hammam

13 Al Tarikhul Kabir was written by

Imam Muslim

14 Punishment of Rajim is for

Adultery

15 False charge of adultery is called

Qazf

16 Qisas means

Life for life

17 Who was known as Dar-ul-Hijra?

Imam Malik

18 Al Ghazali belonged to

Shafei School of Law

19 The term Fiqa used in the literal means

Law

20 Istihsaan means

Preference of stronger evidence over analogy

 

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21 Diyat means

Blood money

22 Mubah means

Permissible

23 Hadd is a form of

Punishment

24 Mandub means

Commendable

25 Dhimmi means a _________ of a Muslim state.

Non-Muslim subject

26 Iqala means

Cancellation by consent

27 Fatwa-e-Alamgiri was compiled by

Emperor Aurangzeb

28 Talaq-e-Tafweez means

Delegated divorce

29 Aqilah means

Tribe or regiment

30 Isolated Tradition is called

Ahad

31 Iddat in case of death of husband is

4 months and 10 days

32 Mutual Imprecation is called

Mubarra

33 What is the maximum period of gestation according to Imam Malik?

2 Lunar years

34 Proper dower is called

Mahr –ul- Mithl

35 Tahkim means

Arbitration

36 Imam Muhammad and Imam Abu Yusuf were the disciples of

Imam Abu Hanifa

37 The legislative period of Islam commenced with the

Hijrat of Holy Prophet (PBUH)

38 The legislative period of Islam commenced in

632 AD

39 Imam Abu Hanifa is called the upholder of

Private judgment

40 Raja is the kind of Talaaq which

Separates

41 The office of Imam is

Elective

42 The office of Imam is elective and is based on

Ijma

43 Sale of money for money is called

Bai

44 Wife is entitled to ________ in the husband’s house during iddat.

Lodging

45 A Hiba-bil-Iwaz is

Not revocable

46 A contingent gist is _________ in Muhammadan Law.

Valid

47 Aqd means

Contract

48 Iddat is for

Purity

49 The equivalent of Law in Islamic Legal System is

Ijtihad

50 Taqlid means

To follow a school of law

51 Waqf for limited period is

Not valid

52 Hiba-bi-Ewaz is a

Sale in reality

53Muqayada is

A sale of goods for goods

54 Muqayada is called in English

Barter System

55 Mubaqala means

Sale of Wheat in ears or of a foetus in the womb

56 Ghasib means

Usurper

57 Ghasib means

Who takes or keeps the thing without permission of the owner

58 A Marriage with a woman in Iddat is

Irregular

59 A Waqf may be

Inter vivos

60 There are how many kinds of Hiba under Islamic Law?

Five

61 Sadaquah cannot be

Revoked

62 Ahya ul Uloom was written in

Arabic

63 A Wakf means

Didication

64 A gift to take effect in future is

Void

65 Hiba ba Shart ul Iwaz is a kind of

Gift

66 Gift to an unborn person is

Void

67 Who is the author of Ahya ul Uloom?

Imam Ghazali

68 Hirzanat means

Guardianship of person of minor

69 Muslim Personal Law Act was promulgated in

1962

70 The ancestral and __________ property of a Muslim is heritable.

Self-acquired

71 A will may be made in

Writing

72 The thing bequeathed must exist at the time of

Testator’s death

73 Gift exceeding 1/3 of the property of the donor is

Valid

74 Different schools of Islamic Law represents

Sects

75 A gift may be revoked

Before delivery of possession

76 A Mutawalli can only be appointed by the founder of the Wakf and the

Executor

77 Law of Pre-emption concern exclusively with

Muamelat

78 Right to maintenance of wife is

Qualified

79 A marriage contracted with witness is

Irregular

80 Dower may be fixed

At the time of marriage

81 Apostasy from Islam by husband operates as dissolution of marriage

Immediately

82 Acknowledgment of legitimacy once made is

Irrevocable

83 A brother if not appointed by the court may act as a

De facto guardian

84 Alienation of immovable property by de facto is guardian is

Lawful

85 Shia School is further divided into

Three Schools

86 Imam Abu Hanifa was born in

80 AH

87 The year of birth of Imam Abu Hanifa is

699 AD

88 The Hanafi School is also called

Kufi School

89 Imam Abu Hanifa is also called

Leader of the Ahl-e-Raye

90 Imam Abu Hanifa was the disciple of

Imam Jaffer-e-Sadiq

91 Imam Abu Hanifa passed away in

150 AH

92 Imam Abu Hanifa died in

767 AD

93 Imam Malik Ibn Anas was born in

93 AH

94 Imam Malik Ibn Anas is the founder of

Maliki School

95 Maliki School is also called

Hijazi School

96 Imam Malik was a

Traditionalist

97 Imam Malik passed away in

179 AH

98 Al Mouta was written by

Imam Malik Ibn Anas

99 Al Mouta contains

1720 Ahadith

100 Imam Malik gave importance to the practice of people of

Madena

 

 

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