Symbiosis Law Admission Test – SLAT Sample Paper:
Practice Questions for Symbiosis Law Admission Test (BA-LLB and BBA-LLB Entrance Exam) based on SLAT syllabus has questions from General Knowledge, Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. Actual SLAT Exam paper has 150 questions (30 from each section).
Question: Injuria sine damno means –
(a) for every act there is remedy
(b) for every damage there is remedy
(c) no remedy for damage
(d) violation of legal rights are actionable without proof of actual damage
Question: Pointing to a picture of a child Najmul says, “The brother of this child’s mother, is the only son of my mother’s father.” How is Najmul related to the mother of the child?
(c) Maternal grand mother
(d) None of these
Ans : (d)
Question: If UDOMETER is coded as DUMOTERE then how will SUBLEASE be coded?
Ans : (b)
Question: While dealing with the liability of an enterprise engaged in inherently dangerous activity, the Supreme Court laid down the rule of ‘absolute liability’ in –
(a) Jailakshmi Salt Works Pvt. Ltd. v. State of Gujarat
(b) N. Nagendra Rao v. State of Andhra Pradesh
(c) M.C. Mehta v. Union of India
(d) Jacob Mathew v. State of Punjab
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Question: Find Odd One Out
(d) All are synonyms
Question: Expand the term GSLV.
(a) Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle
(b) Global Satellite Launch vehicle.
(c) Geosynchronous Station Launch Vehicle
(d) Global Station Launch Vehicle
Question: Which of the following metals is used for generation of Nuclear Energy by most of the Nuclear Power Plants?
Question: The enactment changing the law on sovereign immunity in England is –
(a) Crown Proceedings Act 1947
(b) Law Reform Act 1947
(c) Crown Sovereign Immunity Act 1947
(d) Crown Sovereign Immunity Removal Act 1947
Question: Children’s day is observed on which of the following days?
(a) July 15
(b) November 14
(c) April 5
(d) September 14
Question: 4/5 of a number exceeds its 2/3 rd by 20. Find the number
Question: Synonym of word IDEAL is:
Question: A took an electric tandoor from B & Co. on rent. In the rent agreement there was a clause to the effect that the Co. shall not be liable for any personal injury to the hirer or to any other person while using it . However , due to defect in tandoor , a cook was injured .The cook brought an action against B & Co.
(a) Cook cannot succeed as he was not a party to contract
(b) Cook cannot succeed as there was an exemption clause in the contract
(c) Cook will succeed
(d) Cook cannot succeed but A can claim damages
Question: The term “consensus ad idem” means –
(a) no agreement can have more than one meaning
(b) to agree the same way
(c) to agree on the same thing with same sense
(d) to agree for different objects in the same sense
Question: Most similar meaning of TEDIOUS is
Question: Fill in the blank with correct verb
The population of the world ____ very fast.
(c) is rising
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Question: A minimum of two years separation is necessary for obtaining divorce by mutual consent under the provisions of –
(a) Divorce Act, 1869
(b) Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939
(c) Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936
(d) Special Marriage Act, 1964
Question: NUMERAL : UEALRMN : : ALGEBRA : ?
Question: Errors in a computer program are referred to as
(c) Item overlooked
The rule of unlawful conjunction under Muslim law relates to –
(a) same sex marriage
(b) marriage of a man with his foster sister
(c) marriage of a man with his wife’s sister
(d) second marriage of a married man
Question: A right to sue on “quantum merruit” arises:
(a) when a party has fully performed the contract
(b) when a party has partly performed the contract and is discharged by the other party
(c) when a contract is discharged by impossibility of performance
(d) when a contract becomes illegal
Question: The statement that “There is no distinction between public and private law” is attributed to –
Question: “Law as such is found and not made. It is to be found in popular faith, common convictions, customs, traits, habits, traditions which in course of time grow into legal rules.” This concept of law was propounded by ______.
(b) Henry Maine
Question: Finder of a lost thing, which is commonly the subject of sale, may sell it when the lawful charges of the finder in respect of the thing found amount to –
(a) one-fourth of the value
(b) half of the value
(c) one-third of the value
(d) two-third of the value
Question: The per capita income in India is estimated by:
(a) Census Commission
(b) Central Bank
(d) Central Statistical Organisation
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Question: Which one of the following jurists emphasized that “We cannot understand what a thing is unless we study what it does?”
Question: Bull fighting is the national game of :
Question: According to the theory of ‘social utilitarianism’ as propounded by Ihering:
(a) greatest number of people should get greatest pleasure
(b) the essential body of legal rules is always based upon social “facts” of law
(c) a balance is to be struck between the competing interests in the society
(d) law is a means to social ends
Question: A State responsible for the injury caused by the internationally wrongful act is –
(a) under an obligation to conduct enquiries and report to the United Nations
(b) under no obligation to make restitution to the injured State but it may do so voluntarily
(c) under an obligation to compensate for the damage caused by the act insofar as such damage is not made good by restitution
(d) under an obligation to prosecute the person whose act caused injury to the other State and then report it to the United Nations
Question: If + means –, – means x, x means ÷ and ÷ means +, then—
48 x 4 ÷ 7 + 8 – 2 = ?
Ans : (a)
Which one of the following Schools of jurisprudence laid emphasis on the question “How did law come to be?”
Question: The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea is located at _____
(b) The Hague
Question: If the following words are arranged according to the dictionary order then which will be the second word in that order?
“Mediate” possession means –
(a) title of the right and not the right itself
(b) possession acquired through an agent
(c) voluntary requirement of possession
(d) continuous claim to a thing
Question: ‘Cooler’ is related to ‘summer’ in the same way which of the
following is related to ‘rain’?
Question: A treaty comes into force on –
(c) signature or ratification as provided in the treaty
(d) both (a) and (b)
Question: In a certain code JOURNEY is written as TNISZFO. How is MEDICAL written in that code?
Question: “A” put his goods in rooms in the house of “B” with her consent. The rooms were locked by “A’s” agent who gave the keys to “A’s” husband “H” . The possession of the rooms with goods is with ______.
(c) “A’s” agent
Question: One of the bases of conferring jurisdiction on the International Court of Justice is called forum prorogatum which means –
(a) unilateral implied acceptance of jurisdiction of the forum during the continuance of a particular case
(b) unilateral implied acceptance of jurisdiction of the forum after the end of a particular case
(c) unilateral express acceptance of jurisdiction of the forum during the continuance of a particular case
(d) unilateral express acceptance of jurisdiction of the forum after the end of a particular case
Question: According to one of the theories of punishment, “evil” should be returned by “evil”. This theory is known as –
(a) deterrent theory
(b) retributory theory
(c) reformative theory
(d) preventive theory
Question: The pure element in the following is
Question: “The fault of Historical School of Jurisprudence lies in –
(a) recognizing the empirical basis of law
(b) not recognizing the empirical basis of law
(c) holding that law is the product of social evolution
(d) identifying custom with law itself
Directions (for next 10 questions): A passage is given below in which blanks have been numbered. Four alternative choices are given below against each number. In the context of the whole passage, select the best word in each case to fit each of the blanks to complete the passage correctly and meaningfully.
During the World War I penicillin was (1) on six patients. The (2) were very much (3)but, unfortunately, due to the (4) of penicillin two patients died. This tragic incidence proved that it (5) essential to (6) the medicine (7) large quantities. After many months of tireless efforts, a flawless (8) of extracting penicillin in large quantities was evolved. (9) The manufacture and use of it became (10).
Question: (a) Given
Question: (a) Actions
Question: (a) Encouraging
Question: (a) Inefficiency
Question: (a) Were
(b) had been
Question: (a) Produce
Question: (a) With
Question: (a) Utensil
Question: (a) As
Question: (a) Risky