Welcome to your The Specific Relief Act,1963 Test -1

Q1. Readiness may mean capacity of plaintiff to perform contract which includes
Q2. Specific relief can be granted for
Q3. Where applicant neither necessary nor proper party in suit of specific performance whether his presence is necessary for effective adjudication
Q4. Under the specific relief act, a suit for recovery of possession can be filed
Q5. Specific Relief Act, 1963 is the product of
Q6. A suit for possession of an immovable property under section 6 of Specific relief act can be filed within
Q7. A suit for recovery of possession of an immovable property under section 6 of specific relief Act can be filed against
Q8. Burden to prove adverse possession is on
Q9. To maintain suit under section 6 of the Act, the possession must be
Q10. An order or decree under section 6 of the act is
Q11. A suit under section 6 can be brought by
Q12. In a suit under section 6
Q13. A suit for possession under section 5 of specific Relief Act, can be filed within
Q14. In a suit under section 6, the court can
Q15. The question of title is
Q16. The object of section 6 of the Specific Relief Act,1963 is to
Q17. For application of section 7 of the Act, the goods must be
Q18. Section 7 does not apply to
Q19. Section 8 of specific Act can be invoked
Q20. What is the true of specific Relief Act

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