GIFT

                               

  1. Gift is a:
    (A) Transfer of movable property by one person to another person
    (B) Transfer of immovable property by one person to another person
    (C) Without any consideration
    (D) All of the above
  2. Under Hindu law, the following property can be disposed of by Gift:
    (A) A Hindu entitled to dispose of his separate or self-acquired property by gift.
    (B) All ancestral property in the hands of a sole surviving coparcener
    (C) Stridhana property of a female which is a woman’s absolute property
    (D) Small portions of coparcenary property in the hands of a father
    (E) All the above
  3. A coparcener can make a gift of his separate property
    (A) As a matter of right
    (B) Only with the consent of other coparcener
    (C) Without the consent of other coparcener
    (D) Either (A) or (B)
    (E) Only (C)
  4. A transfer by a Mitakshara coparcener of his undivided interest in the joint family by gift is
    (A) Valid
    (B) Void ab initio
    (C) Voidable at the instance of other coparceners
    (D) Voidable at the instance of the donor
  5. A Mitakshara coparcener cannot dispose of his undivided interest in the joint family by
    (A) Will
    (B) Gift
    (C) Sale
    (D) Mortgage
  6. A donee under a gift takes the property vis-a-vis his male lineal
    (A) Ancestral property if the donor makes a gift out of his ancestral property as a karta
    (B) Separate property if the donor makes the gift of his self acquired property.
    (C) His separate property irrespective of whether the donor makes a gift of his self acquired property or of joint family property as karta.
    (D) Both (A) and (B) are correct.
    (E) Only (C)
  7. A Hindu father has the power to make within reasonable limits gifts of ancestral
    (A) Movable property
    (B) Immovable property
    (C) Both (A) and (B)
    (D) Only (A) and not (B)
    (E) Only (B) and not (A)
  8. A Hindu father has the power to make within reasonable limits gifts of ancestral movable property
    (A) With the consent of his sons
    (B) Without the consent of his sons
    (C) With the consent of other coparceners
    (D) Either (A) or (C)
    (E) Only (B)
  9. A Hindu father can make a gift of ancestral immovable property for
    (A) Speculative purposes
    (B) Pious purposes
    (C) Any purpose except illegal purposes
    (D) Only (A) and not (B)
    (E) Only (B) and not (A)
  10. In which of the following cases, the Supreme Court held that ‘karta can donate an immovable property only for pious purposes’:
    (A) R. Kuppayee v. Raja Gounder (2004 1 SCC 295
    (B) Perumalakka v. Balakrishnan (AIR 1967 SC 569
    (C) T. Venkatasubramma v. Rattamma (AIR 1987 SC 1775)
    (D) Murarka v. Murarka (AIR 1979 SC 300)
  11. A karta has the power to make within reasonable limits gift of ancestral immovable property to his daughter
    (A) Only at the time of her marriage
    (B) Only after her marriage
    (C) Either before or after her marriage
    (D) Only (A) and not (B)
    (E) Only (B) and not (A)
  12. Karta can make a gift of ancestral immovable property to his daughter within reasonable limits, has been held by the Supreme Court in
    (A) T. Venkatasubramma v. Rattamma (AIR 1987 SC 1775)
    (B) Perumalakka v. Balakrishnan (AIR 1967 SC 569
    (C) Venkatiah v. Kusum (AIR 1978 SC 1791)
    (D) R. Kuppayee v. Raja Gounder (2004 1 SCC 295

                               

ANSWER 1. D 2. E 3. E 4. B 5. B 6. E 7. C 8. E 9. E 10. B 11. C 12. D

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