MUSLIM PERSONAL LAW PAPER 5 UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB PART II ANNUAL 2013

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MUSLIM PERSONAL LAW PAPER 5                                          UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB
PART II ANNUAL 2013                                                                                    Examination: – L.L.B.
Subject: Muslim Personal Law                                                Time Allowed: 3 Hrs.

PAPER: V                                                                                 MAX. MARKS: 100

Attempt any five of the following. All questions carry equal marks.


1.       Discuss Quran and Sunni of the Holy Prophet with reference to their legislative significance.

2.       Define Will and discuss the limitation placed upon a will by Islamic Law.

3.       Define Hiba (Gift) and explain essentials of a valid Hiba?



4.       What do you understand by Dower? Explain its different kinds recognized by Islamic Law?

5.       A Muslim husband is legally entitled to pronounce Talaq to his wife. Elaborate various modes of Talaq.

6.       Define Marriage (Nikah) and discuss its essentials as laid down in Islamic Law to identify a valid marriage.

7.       Discuss salient features of the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance.

8.       A (donor) donates his entire property to B (done) but the donee could not take the possession of such gifted/donated property before the donor’s death. After           his death, he files a suit against the donor’s legal heirs for recovery of the gifted property. Discuss the chances of his right to the gifted property being                     materialized and to what extent while explaining the relevant law on the subject.

9.       How a Guardian is appointed? What are his rights and duties under the Guardian and Ward Act?

10.     Write short notes on the following:

a)       Imam Abu Hanifa

b)      Ijtehad





UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB

PART II ANNUAL 2012

Examination: – L.L.B.

Subject: Muslim Personal Law                                                Time Allowed: 3 Hrs.

PAPER: V                                                                                 MAX. MARKS: 100

Attempt any five of the following. All questions carry equal marks.

1.    Sunnah plays a two fold rile in Silamic Legislation, discuss and elucidate.

2.    Define Ijtehad and its role in Islamic legislature, highlighting briefly the qualifications of a Mujtahid.

3.    What are impediments to a valid marriage?

4.    Define Dower and its different kinds, explaining the impritance of Dower.

5.    What are the different modes of dissolution of marriage?

6.    Define and discuss the concept of “Will” under provisions of Islamic Personal Law.

7.    What are the salient features of Muslim Family Ordinance (1961)?.

8.    Explain briefly the rights and duties of a “Guardian” of a minor, appointed under the provisions of Guardian and Wards Act, 1890.

9.    Define “Gift” (Hiba) and its ingredients.

10.  Write short notes on the following:

a)       Imam Malik

b)      Inheritance




UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB

PART II ANNUAL 2011

Examination: – L.L.B.

Subject: Muslim Personal Law                                                Time Allowed: 3 Hrs.

PAPER: V                                                                                 MAX. MARKS: 100

Attempt any five of the following. All questions carry equal marks.

1.      Quran and Sunnah are the primary sources of Islamic Law, describe briefly?

2.      Ijtehad plays a vital role in Islamic Legislation, explain, and illustrate.

3.      What are the heads where the estate of a deceased may be spent before distribution of his estate amongst his/her heirs.

4.      What are the different modes of dissolution of marriage?

5.      Give a brief but comprehensive description of Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961.

6.      How a Guardian of ward can be appointed? What matters are taken into consideration while appointing such guardian?

7.      Who are liable for the maintenance of wives, children, and parents?

8.      What are the impediments to a valid marriage?

9.      How the right of pre-emption can be demanded?

10.  Write short notes on the following:

a)      Waqf


b)      Imam Abu Hanifa

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