Thursday, April 18, 2024

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SUBJECT WISE MCQ

NATURE OF MUSLIM MARRIAGE

  1. In Mohammedan law marriage is a
    (A) Contract for the procreation of children
    (B) Contract for legalisation of intercourse
    (C) Both (A) and (B)
    (D) Contract for different forms of sex relationship.
  2. Under the Muslim law, Marriage is a
    (A) Contract
    (B) sacrament
    (C) contract as well as sacrament
    (D) tradition
  3. Essential requirement of Muslim marriage are
    (A) Ijab
    (B) Qabul
    (C) Both Ijab and Qabul
    (D) Either (A) or (B)
  4. Which of the following are essential for a valid Muslim marriage under Muslim law?
    (A) Competent parties
    (B) Offer and acceptance may be at different times and at different places
    (C) Free consent
    (D) All of the above
  5. Under Mohammedan law legal incompetency to marriage means
    (A) Minority
    (B) Unsoundness of mind
    (C) Both minority as well as unsoundness of mind
    (D) Only (B) and not (A)
  6. In Muslim law, the majority is attained at
    (A) the age of 12 years
    (B) the age of 15 years
    (C) the age of 18 years
    (D) the age of puberty
  7. A marriage entered into by a girl while she has not attained puberty under Muslim law is a
    (A) Valid marriage
    (B) Void marriage
    (C) Voidable marriage
    (D) Either (A) or (C)
  8. In cases of legal incompetency in Mohammedan law
    (A) the guardian cannot validly enter into a contract of marriage on behalf of their wards
    (B) the guardian can validly enter into a contract of marriage on behalf of their wards
    (C) the guardians of female only can validly enter into a contract of marriage on behalf of the female
    (D) the guardians of male only can validly enter into a contract of marriage on behalf of the male
  9. A sum stipulated for a Muslim girl in the marriage is
    (A) Musha
    (B) Dower (Mahr)
    (C) Nazrana
    (D) Izl
  10. Under Muslim law, a presumption of marriage may be raised
    (A) when a man acknowledges the woman as his wife
    (B) By the prolonged and continuous cohabitation as husband and wife.
    (C) When there is an acknowledgement of the legitimacy of the child born after cohabitation.
    (D) All of the above
  11. A marriage contracted by the guardian of a girl, while she has not attained the puberty is a
    (A) Valid marriage
    (B) Valid marriage but the minor girl has a right to repudiate the marriage on attaining majority
    (C) Void marriage
    (D) Voidable marriage

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