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PRACTICE MOCK TESTPRELIMSSUBJECT WISE MCQTORT LAW

STATE LIABILITY

  1. What is State Liability under Tort primarily based on?
    A. Contractual obligations
    B. Criminal law
    C. Civil law
    D. Constitutional law
  2. Which principle is commonly associated with State Liability under Tort?
    A. Absolute immunity
    B. Sovereign immunity
    C. Ministerial immunity
    D. Diplomatic immunity
  3. In which situation can a government agency be held liable under State Tort Law?
    A. Always
    B. Only if gross negligence is proven
    C. Only if intentional misconduct is proven
    D. Only if statutory immunity is waived
  4. What is the primary purpose of State Liability under Tort?
    A. To punish government agencies
    B. To compensate individuals for harm caused by government actions
    C. To protect government employees
    D. To establish guilt in criminal cases
  5. Which case established the principle of “Respondeat Superior” in State Liability under Tort?
    A. Marbury v. Madison
    B. Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad Co.
    C. Bhopal Gas Tragedy case
    D. United States v. Stanley
  6. Under State Liability, what does the term “tort” refer to?
    A. A legal wrong or injury
    B. A criminal offense
    C. A contract disputes
    D. An ethical violation
  7. Which type of immunity provides protection to government employees from personal liability when performing their official duties?
    A. Absolute immunity
    B. Qualified immunity
    C. Sovereign immunity
    D. Diplomatic immunity
  8. Which factor is NOT typically considered when determining whether a government entity is liable under State Tort Law?
    A. The intent of the government agency
    B. The nature of the harm caused
    C. The existence of statutory immunity
    D. The political affiliation of the plaintiff
  9. What must a plaintiff generally establish to succeed in a State Liability under Tort case?
    A. The plaintiff’s innocence
    B. The government agency’s guilt
    C. The plaintiff’s financial status
    D. The government agency’s budget
  10. Which branch of government typically has the authority to waive sovereign immunity and allow lawsuits against the government?
    A. The executive branch
    B. The legislative branch
    C. The judicial branch
    D. The military branch

Answer Key 1. : C 2. : B 3. : D 4. : B 5. : D 6. : A 7. : B 8. : D 9. : B 10. : B

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