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Thursday, December 24, 2015

2010 Question Paper,GENERAL LAWS AFFECTING TAXATION,D.T.L.,University Of Pune Question Paper

University Of Pune Question Paper
D.T.L. Examination, 2010
GENERAL LAWS AFFECTING TAXATION
(Paper – I) (Old) (2003 Course)
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
 N.B. :1) All questions are compulsory.
2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
1. Explain “No tax shall be levied or collected except with authority of law”. 15
OR
Discuss the Constitutional provisions in respect of freedom of trade and
commerce.
2. Write a notes on any three : 20
a) Sources of Hindu Law
b) Streedhan
c) Concept of Joint Hindu Family
d) Right of co-parceners.
3. What are the provisions of the Indian Partnership Act regarding the dissolution of
the partnership ? 15
OR
Define Partner. What are the essentials of a valid partnership ? Can there be oral
partnership ?
4. a) Discuss the provisions regarding essentials of a Trust. 10
OR
Explain execution of trust and what are the three certainties of a trust ?
b) Discuss the provisions regarding summons and inherent powers of the court. 10
5. A) With reference to Indian Succession Act, explain any two :
a) Privileged will
b) Codicil
c) Succession of property of female Hindu. 10
B) With reference to Indian Evidence Act explain any two :
a) Kinds of Evidence
b) Opinions of experts
c) Facts which need not be proved. 10
6. With reference to Transfer of Property Act explain any two :
a) Seller’s liability
b) Mortgage
c) Fraudulent transfer. 10
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