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  May 2016
  April 2016





Principle: A promissory Note is an instrument in writing signed by the maker to pay a certain amount only to or to the order of a certain person.

Factual Situation: Mr. A promised to pay to Mr. B a sum of ` 1,25,000 through truncated cheque with digital signature. Later Mr. A refused to pay. Can Mr. B . sue Mr. A .


(a) Mr. B can sue Mr. A as he made a promise to pay ` 1,25,000

(b) Mr. B cannot sue him as truncated cheque is not a promissory note

(c) Mr. B . can sue Mr. A as it is a promissory Note as per law

(d) Mr. B can sue Mr. A after prior sanction of local court

The answer is (b)


Statements (1) and (2) are followed by conclusions I and II. Taking the statements to be true although they may appear at variance with commonly accepted facts, mark your answer.


(1) Some singers are dancers
(2) All dancers are singers


I. Some singers are Engineers
II. Some singers are not Engineers

(a) I

(b) II

(c) Both I and II

(d) Neither I nor II

The answer is (c)


If a straight- line distance between M and P is the same as the straight -line distance between O and P , which of the following can result, if new straight paths are added between M and P and between O and P.

(a) The shortest distance by path between M and O is less than the shortest distance between O and P

(b) The shortest distance by path between any shelter and any other shelter is the same

(c) A person must travel fewer paths to travel the shortest distance between M and P than to travel the shortest distance between M and N

(d) The number of paths required for the shortest possible travel by path between any shelter and any other shelter is one.

The answer is (d)

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