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SUBJECT WISE MCQ

COPARCENARY

  1. One who shares (equally) with others in inheritance in the estate of a common
    ancestor is called a

    (a) Agnate
    (b) Cognate
    (c) Coparcener
    (d) All of the above
  2. Hindu coparcenary consists of the
    (a) Common male ancestors and his two male lineal descendants.
    (b) Common male ancestors and his three male lineal descendants.
    (c) Common male ancestors and his four male lineal descendants.
    (d) Common male ancestors and his five male lineal descendants.
    (e) Common male ancestors and his seven male lineal descendant.
  3. A Hindu Coparcenary is
    (a) A Creation of law
    (b) Created by act of parties
    (c) Created by agreement between parties
    (d) All of the above
    (e) None of the above
  4. In a coparcenary there is a
    (a) Unity of possession
    (b) Community of interest
    (c) Both (a) and (b)
    (d) Either (a) or (b)
    (e) Neither (a) nor (b)
  5. A coparcenary has an interest in the joint family property and that interest is
    (a) Specified and fixed
    (b) Specified but fluctuating
    (c) Unpredictable and fluctuating
    (d) Unpredictable but fixed.
  1. Community of ownership in a Mitakshara coparcenary in terms of individual
    ownership can be expressed as

    (a) Right by birth and right by survivorship
    (b) Right by birth and right of maintenance
    (c) Right of survivorship and right of maintenance
    (d) Either (a) or (b) or ( c)
    (e) Neither (a) nor (b) nor ( c)
  2. On partition, a coparcener takes his share of property as
    (a) His separate property vis-a-vis his son, grandson and great grandson
    (b) His separate property vis-a-vis other coparceners
    (c) Joint family property vis-a-vis his son, grandson and great grandson
    (d) Both (b) and ( c) are correct.
  3. Existence of father-son relationship is necessary for
    (a) Constitution of a Hindu coparcenary
    (b) Continuance of a Hindu coparcenary
    (c) Both (a) and (b)
    (d) Only (a)
    (e) Only (b)
  4. A sole surviving coparcener has
    (a) A qualified right to deal with the ancestral property in matters of alienation
    (b) An absolute right to alienate the ancestral property as his separate property
    (c) No right to alienate the ancestral property
    (d) Either (a) or (b)
    (e) None of the above
  5. A coparcener can alienate
    (a) Undivided interest in the entire joint family property
    (b) Undivided interest in a specific property forming part of the joint family properties
    (c) A specific property belonging to the coparcenary as his interest.
    (d) Either (a) or (b)
    (e) Only ( c)
  1. A coparcener has
    (a) A right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property but subject to the consent of
    all other coparceners
    (b) A right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property generally
    (c) No right to renounce his interest in the coparcenary property
    (d) Only (a)
    (e) None of the above
  2. Inclusion of daughter in the Mitakshara coparcenary property was the highlight of
    (a) 2005 Amendment
    (b) 1960 Amendment
    (c) 1974 Amendment
    (d) None of the above
  3. The changes brought in to the Hindu Succession Act by the Amendment Act of 2005,came into force on
    (a) 1st May, 2005
    (b) 1st September, 2005
    (c) 9th September, 2005
    (d) 5th June, 2005
  4. After the 2005 Amendment Act, the Coparcenary property shall be deemed to have been divided as if a partition had taken place and the daughter is allotted______
    (a) The same share as is allotted to a son
    (b) Half the share allotted to a son
    (c) One-third share allotted to a son
    (d) All of the above
  5. The right accrued to a daughter in the property of a joint Hindu family governed by the Mitakshara Law, by virtue of the 2005 Amendment Act, is _
    (a) Absolute
    (b) Not absolute
    (c) Absolute, except in the circumstances provided in the proviso appended to sub-section
    (1) of section 6 of the Act
    (d) None of the above
  1. After commencement of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956, in a joint Hindu family governed by Mitakshara law, the daughter of a coparcener shall
    (a) By birth become a coparcener in her own right in the same manner as the son
    (b) By birth not become a coparcener in her own right in the same manner as the son
    (c) Never become a coparcener in her own right in the same manner as the son
    (d) By birth become a coparcener in her own right not in the same manner as the son

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