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PRACTICE MOCK TESTSUBJECT WISE MCQ

DESERTION AND CRUELTY

  1. Desertion means:
    (A) Desertion of the petitioner by the other party to the marriage without reasonable cause and without the consent
    (B) Desertion of the petitioner by the other party to the marriage with reasonable cause but without the consent
    (C) Desertion of the petitioner by the other party to the marriage without reasonable cause but with the consent.
    (D) Either (A) or (C)
    (E) All the above.
  2. Desertion
    (A) Is total repudiation of obligation of marriage
    (B) Is permanent abandonment of one spouse by the other without any reasonable cause and without the other’s party consent
    (C) Includes wilful neglect
    (D) Either (A) or (B) or (C)
    (E) All the above
  3. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 recognises
    (A) Actual desertion
    (B) Constructive desertion
    (C) Both (A) and (B)
    (D) Only (A) and not (B)
    (E) Only (B) and not (A)
  4. To constitute desertion what must exist
    (A) Factum of Seperation
    (B) Animus deserdendi
    (C) Both (A) and (B) co-exist
    (D) Only (A) and not (B)
    (E) Only (B) and not (A)
  5. To mature as a ground of divorce, the desertion must continue for minimum period of
    (A) Six months
    (B) One year
    (C) Two year
    (D) Three year
    (E) Five year
  6. Which of the following is a leading case of desertion
    (A) Bipinchandra v. Prabhavati
    (B) Dastane v. Dastane
    (C) Russel v. Russel
    (D) Ram Narayan v. Rameshwari
    (E) Jyotish Chandra v. Meera
  7. Desertion may come to an end by
    (A) Resumption of cohabitation
    (B) Resumption of marital intercourse
    (C) Supervening animus revertendi
    (D) All the above
    (E) None of the above
  8. Cruelty is a ground for
    (A) Judicial separation
    (B) Divorce
    (C) Both judicial separation and divorce
    (D) Only divorce and not judicial separation
    (E) Only judicial separation and not divorce
  9. Which one of the following is an essential element of cruelty
    (A) Motive
    (B) Malignity
    (C) Malevolent intention
    (D) Neither (A) nor (B) nor (C)
    (E) All the above
  10. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 recognises
    (A) Physical Cruelty
    (B) Mental Cruelty
    (C) Both (A) and (B)
    (D) Only (A) not (B)
    (E) Only (B) not (A)
  11. Which of the following amounts to cruelty
    (A) Excessive drunkenness
    (B) Neglect or want of affection
    (C) Use of vulgar, obscene or rude language
    (D) All the above
    (E) None of the above
  12. Which of the following is necessary in the matrimonial offence of cruelty
    (A) Reasonable apprehension
    (B) Intention or motive
    (C) Both (A) and (B)
    (D) Either (A) or (B)
    (E) Neither (A) nor (B)
  13. Which of the following is not a defence to cruelty
    (A) Insanity
    (B) Provocation
    (C) Self-defence
    (D) Acquiescence to the acts or conduct of the defendant
    (E) Both (B) and (C)
  14. The definition of cruelty was made in the following case:
    (A) Russel v. Russel
    (B) Cooper v. Cooper
    (C) Dastane v. Dastane
    (D) Corbett v. Corbett
  15. Which of the following amount to cruelty
    I. Persistent refusal to have marital intercourse /
    Persistent refusal to have children
    II. Wife’s refusal to resign her job
    III. Wife’s quarrelling with mother in law
    IV. Birth of a child within 6 months of marriage
    V. Impotency of a spouse
    VI. Desertion per se
    VII. Non payment of interim maintenance
    (A) I, II, III, VI and VII
    (B) I, IV and V
    (C) All of the above
    (D) All except II and III
    (E) All except VI and VII

ANSWER

  1. (A)
  2. (E)
  3. (C)
  4. (C)
  5. (C)
  6. (A)
  7. (D)
  8. (C)
  9. (D)
  10. (C)
  11. (E)
  12. (E)
  13. (A)
  14. (A)
  15. (B)

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