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JURISPRUDENCE
(LEGAL THEORY)

Q.No.1Explain the nature and scope of Jurisprudence.            
Answer:-
The study of Jurisprudence started with Romans.   The Latin equivalent of “Jurisprudence” is Jurisprudentia which means either (“Knowledge of law or Skill in law”). 

1.     It studies the Meaning of the term “rights” and various kinds of rights which are theory possible under a legal system.

2.     It is not generally used in other languages in the English sense.

3.     In French, it refers to something like “case law” it an analysis of the formal structure of law and its concepts.

(Examination / studies) Limits / Boundaries

4.     It is confined only to law touching every aspect of law and study of fundamental legal principles.  “Juris” means law (legal) and prudentia” means skill or knowledge.

5.     It includes the philosophical, historical and sociological basis and an analysis of legal concepts.

6.     In France, it is called ‘____ philosophia du droit”, (that is the philosophy of Rights).

7.     In Germany, it is called ‘Rechtsphilosophie’ (that is the philosophy of Rights), that is of law in the abstract sense.

8.     An India (NidhiShostra) that is knowledge of law.

DEFINITION:-
                              
According to ULPIAN Definition:- “Jurisprudence is the knowledge of things divine and human, the science of the just and unjust”.

PAULUS : Defines, “It is the law and the law is not to be deduced from the rule but the rule from the law”.

AUSTIN : It is a

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW Key Terminolog

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
A police state is a state in which the government exercises rigid and repressive controls over the social, economic, and political life of the population. A police state typically exhibits elements of totalitarianism and social control, and there is usually little or no distinction between the law and the exercise of political power by the executive.
The inhabitants of a police state experience restrictions on their mobility, and on their freedom to express or communicate political or other views, which are subject to police monitoring or enforcement. Political control may be exerted by means of a secret police force which operates outside the boundaries normally imposed by a constitutional state. Robert von Mohl, who first introduced the rule of law to German jurisprudence, contrasted the Rechtsstaat ("legal" or "constitutional" state) with the aristocratic Polizeistaat ("police state").
A welfare state is a concept of government in which the state plays a key role in the protection and promotion of the economic and social well-being of its citizens. It is based on the principles of equality of opportunity, equitabledistribution of wealth, and public responsibility for those unable to avail themselves of the minimal provisions for a good life.
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW - MEANING:
Administrative law is the body of law that governs the activities of administrative agencies of the government which comprise of rule making or legislation(when delegated to them by the Legislature as and when the need be),adjudication(to pronounce decisions while giving judgements on certain matters),implementation/enforcement of public policy. 

Nature of Administrative Law
Administrative Law is a new branch of law that deals with the powers of the Administrative authorities, the manner in which powers are exercised and the remedies which are available to the aggreived persons, when those powers are abused by administrative authorities.
The Administrative process has come to stay and it has to be accepted as a necessary evil in all progressive societies. Particularly in welfare state, where many schemes for the progress of the society are prepared and administered by the government. The execution and implementation of these programmes may adversely affect the rights of the citizens. The actual problem is to reconcile social welfare with rights of the individual subjects. The main object of the study of Administrative law is to unravel the way in which these Administrative authorities could be kept within their limits so that the discretionary powers may not be turned into

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CONTRACT II important & Old Questions

PART A

Answer any five of the following:

1. Contract of Indemnity.
2. Liability of Surety.
3. Contract of Bailment.
4. D/B condition and warrenty.
5. Registration of firm.
6. Dissolution of the firm.
7. Rights of seller to stop the goods in transit.
8. Termination of agency.


PART B

Answer any Two of the following:

9. What are the imlied conditions and warranties in a contract of sale ?
10. Explain the d/b a contract of indemnity and a contract of guarantee ?
11. The right of stoppage in transit is an extebsion of an unpaind seller's right of lien explain?
12.What are the rights and relations of partners to one another ?