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Question 2

The answer for the question has to be (c) [ABBBA] instead of (a) [BABBA] for the following
two reasons:
1. In the second statement, the word censured would be used instead of censored
because critics does not have an authority to censor the movie, they can only criticize
(censure) it.
2. In the fourth statement, the word broach would be used instead of brooch.
Broach means to talk about a subject which is difficult to discuss because it is
embarrassing
Brooch means a decorative pin worn by women
Therefore, the because the second statement and the fourth statement will be B and B
respectively, the only possible answer could be (c) i.e. ABBBA
Question 23
Options (a), (b) and (c) are eliminator as they do not contain no telling, hence the sentence
cannot continue. Hence, option (d) is the correct answer.
Question 25
Dulcet means melodious whereas Raucous means Harsh. Therefore, they are antonyms. The
correct answer should be both (c) and (d) as in both the options the words are antonyms to each
other.
Palliative and Exacerbating are antonyms. Theory and Practical are also antonyms.
Question 35
The answer should be (b) i.e. discouragement of imports as it is clearly mention in the first line
of the third paragraph.
Question 36
The answer should be (d). As no Indian cars are sold abroad, therefore the performance is worse
than poor and it is equivalent to disrepute, therefore answer (d).
Question 60
Kathak will also be the right answer as it is also one of those dance which was essentially
performed solo (e.g. Birju Maharaj) and now it is performed in group as well.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Institute_of_Kathak_Dance
Massey, Reginald (2004). India's dances: their history, technique, and repertoire. Abhinav
Publications. ISBN 81-7017-434-1.

Question 111
The answer will be [(b) Ramu cannot be prosecuted for theft] because tree is an immovable
property and when it became a movable property by cutting it down, it was never moved after
that which is a prime requirement of the principle.
Question 113
The answer will be [(a) Mr. X cannot enter into contract because he is of unsound mind when
he entered into the contract]. It is clearly mentioned in the facts of the case that Mr. X enters
into a contract with Mr. Y when he is of unsound mind. No question of burden of proof will
arise as nothing like that is mentioned in the principle.

Question 114
The answer will be [(c) It was not a valid offer because willingness to enter into a contract was
absent]. Option (b) would be incorrect because nothing like invitation to offer is mentioned
in the principle. The word willingness is mentioned in the principle which makes (c) a much
better option than (b).
Question 124
Here, the answer would be clearly [(c) Pawan is not liable because typing sound did not disturb
anyone else other than Jeevan]. It is clearly mentioned in the principle, The use or enjoyment,
envisaged herein, should be normal and reasonable taking into account surrounding situation.
In the present question, Jeevan is not a reasonable person because the facts clearly mention that
he could not put up with any kind of continuous noise. It was only Jeevan who was being
disturbed by the typing noise which clearly indicates that the enjoyment envisaged by Pawan
is normal and a reasonable one.
Question 128
The answer would be [(a) Both A and R are individually true and R is correct explanation of
A] because both the Assertion and Reason are statements given by famous jurists namely
Ihering and Bentham respectively. However, it is obvious that with greater happiness to greater
number, social control will be the natural outcome and vice-versa.
Question 134
The answer would be clear [(d) A is false but R is true]. The line is direct pick-up from the
Preamble which clearly mentions that We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to
constitute India into a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic. Here in the
assertion, only the last two words Democratic Republic are mentioned, therefore the answer
would be (d).
Question 136
The answer would be [(b) She is guilty of attempt to commit suicide]. It is clearly mentioned
in the definition of attempt as given in the question, If the actual transaction has commenced
which would have ended in the crime if not interrupted, there is clearly an attempt to commit
the crime. Here as Rani started running, the actually transaction has commenced which would
have ended in suicide if not interrupted.
Questions 161-168
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Before
Exchange

After
Exchange

1st Camera- 1500


2nd Camera- 3500

2 Chessboards- 500 each


(1000)
Record Player- 2000
Total- 5000
Total= 3000
1 Cricket Bat- 700 Cycle- 1000
Walkman- 700
1 Chessboard- 500
nd
2 Camera- 3500
Total- 4900
Total = 1500

3 Cricket Bats- 700 Cycle- 1000


each
Walkman-700
(2100)
Total = 1700
Record Player- 2000 1 Cricket Bat- 700
1 Cricket Bat- 700
1st Camera- 1500
1 Chessboard- 500
Total= 2700
Total= 2700

Loss = 100

Gain = 600

Loss= 1500

Gain= 1000

Question 166
As per the table drawn above, the price of all the things remaining with the four persons would
amount to (4900 + 1500 + 2700 + 2700) which is equal to 11800, therefore answer would be
(b)
Question 167
Clearly as per the table, the answer would be (b) Record Player
Question 182
In statement B word wealth is mentioned instead of health, therefore none of the options
would be correct.
Question 186
The options (c) and (d) in the question are exactly the same. Moreover, if this is the question
where CLAT authorities have given Marks for All, then also it is grave injustice for those
students who have correctly solved the question and marked it as (c) or (d) have the same
advantage as compared to those students who werent able to solve the question or those who
have solved it incorrectly.
Therefore, 1 mark should only be given to those students who have marked it as (c) or (d).