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Thursday, December 24, 2015

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

University Of Pune Question Paper
D.T.L. Examination, 2010
(New) (2006 Course)
(Paper – I)
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
 N.B. : 1) All questions are compulsory.
2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
1. “Trade, commerce and intercourse through the territory of India shall be free”.
Discuss. 15
When shall a Bill be deemed to be a Money Bill ? Discuss the special procedure
for passing of “Money Bill”.
2. Discuss the general rules of succession of property in case of Female Hindu
dying intestate under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956. 20
Explain agnate and cognate. Also explain the succession to a Hindu male dying
3. Explain effects of admission of a minor to the benefit of partnership. 15
What are the essential characteristics of a valid partnership ?
4. A) What are the duties of Trustees under Indian Trust Act ? 10
Discuss the essentials of a valid trust.
B) Discuss with reference to Code of Civil Procedure : 10
a) Mode of ‘issue and service of summons’.
b) Discuss some instances in which inherent power has been exercised by the
5. A) Define and explain probate succession certificate under Indian Succession
Act, 1925. 10
Distinguish between privileged and unprivileged wills under the Indian
Succession Act, 1925.
B) Explain the following with reference to Evidence Act, 1872.
Facts which need not be proved. 10
Public and Private Documents.
6. Define “Gift” and explain essentials of a valid gift under Transfer of Property
Act, 1882. 10
Define Immovable Property and discuss the transfer of immovable property
under the Transfer of Property Act.

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