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SUBJECT WISE MCQ

LEGITIMACY OF CHILDREN

  1. Which of the following section of H. M. Act, 1955 provide for legitimacy and illegitimacy of children
    (A) Section 13
    (B) Section 15
    (C) Section 16
    (D) Section 17
    (E) Section 18
  2. Section 16 of Hindu marriage Act, 1955 confers legitimacy on the children of
    (A) a void marriage
    (B) a voidable marriage
    (C) a valid marriage
    (D) both void and voidable marriage
    (E) only void marriage
  3. Who will be a legitimate child
    (A) A child born out within the lawful wedlock (at any time, even soon after the marriage)
    (B) A child born within 280 days of the dissolution of marriage by death or divorce
    (C) Both (A) and (B)
    (D) Either (A) or (B)
    (E) None of the above
  4. Section 16 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 provide
    (A) Children of unannulled voidable marriage are legitimate in the same way as children of an otherwise valid marriage are.
    (B) Children of annulled voidable marriage and void marriages are legitimate but they will not inherit the property of their parents alone and of none else.
    (C) A child of void marriage is not entitled to an interest in which his father is a coparcener.
    (D) All are correct.
    (E) None of these.
  5. Under the Hindu Marriage Act, in relation to legitimate children:
    (A) A court declaration is necessary to confer a status of legitimacy
    (B) A court declaration is not necessary to confer a status of legitimacy
    (C) Such a child becomes legitimate after reaching the age of 18 years.
    (D) Such a child cannot become legitimate.
  6. Where the legitimacy of a child is doubtful, the court may consider
    (A) Doctrine of factum valet
    (B) Blood grouping test
    (C) Statement of father
    (D) Evidence of neighbours.
  7. Under the Hindu Law:
    (A) An illegitimate child has never been considered as filius nullius
    (B) An illegitimate child has been considered as filius nullius
    (C) An illegitimate child has never been considered as filius nullius and his relationship with both parents was recognised.
    (D) An illegitimate child has been considered as filius nullius and relationship with both parents was not recognised.
  8. Any child born out of void or voidable marriage under Section 16 of Hindu Marriage Act can
    (A) Inherit the property of father
    (B) Inherit the property of mother
    (C) Inherit the property of their ancestors
    (D) Inherit the property of both the parents
    (E) None of the above.
  9. Presumption under section 112 of Evidence Act is raised
    (A) when a child is born during the continuance of valid marriage
    (B) when a child is born within 280 days of dissolution of marriage and mother remaining unmarried.
    (C) both (A) and (B)
    (D) only (A) and not (B)
    (E) only (B) and not (A)
  10. Section 112 of Evidence Act is
    (A) a presumption of fact
    (B) a rebuttable presumption of law
    (C) an irrebuttable presumption of law
    (D) mixed presumption of fact and law

ANSWER

  1. (C)
  2. (D)
  3. (C)
  4. (D)
  5. (B)
  6. (B)
  7. (C)
  8. (D)
  9. (C)
  10. (C)

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