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Updated: Sep 17, 2021


(1) Which of the following is a type of property ?

(a) Movable

(b) Immovable

(c) Intellectual

(d) All of the above

(2) The Transfer of Property Act was enacted in the year :

(a) 1881

(b) 1882

(c) 1883

(d) 1884

(3) According to Transfer of Property Act instrument may be :

(a) Testamentary

(b) Non-testamentary

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) None of the above

(4) Registration under transfer of property means registration of ______.

(a) Property

(b) Documents

(c) Parties

(d) None of the above

(5) In easement dominant heritage means :

(a) Others property

(b) Own property

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) None of the above

(6) A property can be transferred in India by :

(a) Minor

(b) Unsound mind

(c) Alien enemy

(d) Partnership firm

(7) The rule against perpetuity is provided under :

(a) Sec. 14

(b) Sec. 15

(c) Sec. 16

(d) Sec. 17

(8) Vested interest means interest that depends upon :

(a) Condition precedent

(b) Condition subsequent

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) None of the above

(9) Unborn persons acquires interest in property transferred to him ______.

(a) on his birth

(b) at age of 7 years

(c) after attaining 18 years of age

(d) None of the above

(10) Doctrine of election signifies that transferee :

(a) must bear the burden

(b) must not bear the burden

(c) is not related to burden

(d) None of the above

(11) Transfer of Property to idol under TP Act is :

(a) Valid transfer

(b) Illegal transfer

(c) Not a transfer

(d) Voidable transfer

(12) A transfer of property must be attested by at least______ witnesses.

(a) One

(b) Three

(c) Two

(d) Four

(13) Conditional transfer is provided under :

(a) Sec. 23

(b) Sec. 24

(c) Sec. 25

(d) Sec. 26

(14) Sec. 52 contains doctrine of ______.

(a) Waiver

(b) Lis Pendens

(c) Severability

(d) Frustration

(15) Transfer of property without consideration is called :

(a) Sale

(b) Mortgage

(c) Gift

(d) Hypothecation

(16) The Transfer of Property Act, is of the year _____.

(a) 1884

(b) 1886

(c) 1984

(d) 1869

(17) The transfer of property with intent to delay or defeat the creditors is called —

(a) unauthorised transfer

(b) fraudulent transfer

(c) ostensible transfer

(d) none of the above

(18) Mortgage is defined under _______ of the T.P. Act.

(a) Section 58

(b) Section 52

(c) Section 105

(d) Section 14

(19) Following is not a kind of Mortgage defined under T.P. Act :

(a) Simple Mortgage

(b) Usufructuary Mortgage

(c) Civil Mortgage

(d) English Mortgage

(20) The running water of river is a ________ .

(a) Movable property

(b) Immovable property

(c) Actionable claim

(d) None of the above

(21) The charge is created by —

(a) Act of the parties

(b) Operation of law

(c) Both (a) & (b)

(d) Only (a)

(22) Doctrine of Lis pendens is related with Section _____ of T.P. Act.

(a) 51

(b) 52

(c) 53

(d) 50

(23) The transfer of a future property as a gift is _____.

(a) Valid

(b) Voidable

(c) Void

(d) Illegal.

(24) When there is conflict between the Marshalling and Contribution, then ______ will prevail.

(a) Marshalling

(b) Contribution

(c) Neither

(a) nor (b)

(d) Both

(25) The term easement is defined under section _______ of Easement Act.

(a) 2

(b) 3

(c) 4

(d) 5

(26) Easement can not be created by ______ .

(a) Law

(b) Grant

(c) Prescription

(d) Necessity

(27) The acquisition of property through testamentary succession is governed by _________

(a) Hindu Succession Act

(b) Indian Succession Act

(c) Transfer of Property Act

(d) The Easement Act.

(28) Onerous gift relates to section _____ of T.P. Act.

(a) 124

(b) 126

(c) 127

(d) 128

(29) Which of the following transfer is not a transfer of property ?

(a) Partition

(b) Surrender

(c) Relinquishment

(d) All the above

(30) The clog on redemption is always ________ .

(a) Valid

(b) Voidable

(c) Void

(d) Immoral

(31) The Transfer of Property Act was enacted in the year ________ .

(a) 1880

(b) 1881

(c) 1882

(d) 1883

(32) The term Transfer of Property is defined under __________ of the Transfer of Property Act.

(a) S.4

(b) S.5

(c) S.6 (

d) S.7

(33) A gift of future property is :

(a) Valid

(b) Voidable

(c) Void

(d) Illegal

(34) One living person conveys property in present or future to one or more other living person :

(a) Gift

(b) Sale

(c) Mortgage

(d) Transfer of Property

(35) Sale is defined under _________ of Transfer of Property Act.

(a) S.3

(b) S.4

(c) S.5

(d) S.6

(36) The transfer of property deals with :

(a) Transfer by operation of law

(b) Transfer between living persons

(c) (a) and (b) both

(d) None of the above

(37) A transfers Rs. 500 to B on condition that she will murder C. The transfer is :

(a) Void

(b) Voidable

(c) Valid

(d) None of the above

(38) The term subrogation means :

(a) Modification

(b) Alteration

(c) Substitution

(d) None of the above

(39) What may be transferred ?

(a) Property of any kind

(b) Right of re-entry

(c) Easement

(d) Right of future maintenance.

(40) “Actionable claim’ means _____________ .

(a) Secured debt

(b) Unsecured debt

(c) Hypothecation

(d) Pledge

(41) The fulfillment of condition prior to the transfer is :

(a) Conditional transfer

(b) Conditional precedent

(c) Condition Subsequent

(d) None of the above

(42) Foreclosure means :

(a) Sale

(b) Exchange

(c) Lease

(d) None of the above

(43) Easement cannot be created by :

(a) law

(b) grant

(c) prescription

(d) necessity

(44) The term gift is defined under section __________ .

(a) 121

(b) 122

(c) 123

(d) 124

(45) Lis Pendens means :

(a) Settlement in Litigation (b) Pending Litigation

(c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of the above

(46) The Transfer of Property Act came into existence in :

(a) 1882

(b) 1892

(c) 1880

(d) 1980

(47) ______ is not an immovable property.

(a) A right to catch fish

(b) A factory

(c) Standing timber

(d) A right to ferry

(48) As per the Transfer of Property Act property may be transferred :

(a) Orally

(b) By delivery of possession

(c) By registration

(d) All the above

(49) Marshalling involves :

(a) Arrangement

(b) Subrogation

(c) Substitution

(d) None of the above

(50) Which of the following is not an actionable claim ?

(a) Claim for arrears of rent

(b) Claim for damages for breach of contract

(c) Claim for money under insurance policy

(d) Claim for unpaid dower of a muslim woman

(51) Onerous gift refers to :

(a) A gift which is honourable

(b) A gift accompanied with a burden

(c) A gift which is enviable

(d) None of the above

(52) Tacking means :

(a) Uniting securities

(b) Dividing securities

(c) Separating securities

(d) None of the above

(53) Which of the following transfers involves an absolute transfer of interest in property ?

(a) Gift

(b) Exchange

(c) Sale

(d) All the above

(54) ‘X’ transfers property to ‘Y’ for life and after death of ‘Y’ to Y’s unborn child for life, the transfer is :

(a) Valid

(b) Void

(c) Voidable

(d) None of the above

(55) Which of the following is/are features of an exchange ?

(a) Property may be movable or immovable

(b) Property to be only immovable

(c) Money can be exchanged for money

(d) Both (a) and (c)

(56) When after determination of a lease, a tenant retains possession with consent of landlord, he is called :

(a) Tenant-at-sufferance

(b) Tenant by holding over

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

(57) A mortgage by deposit of title deed is also known as :

(a) English mortgage

(b) Anomalous mortgage

(c) Equitable mortgage

(d) Usufructuary mortgage

(58) ‘A’ transfers Rs. 10,000 to ‘B’ on condition that ‘B’ shall murder ‘C’. The transfer is :

(a) Valid

(b) Void

(c) Voidable

(d) None of the above

(59) Animus attestendi means :

(a) Animated attestation (b) Intention to attest

(c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of the above

(60) Transfer of property involves :

(a) An act by living persons

(b) Conveyance of property

(c) Transfer to natural or artificial persons

(d) All the above

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