Practice Test


1) Quasi contractual obligations are also termed as


2) A left certain goods at B house by mistake & B used the goods as his own .Here A can recover the price of goods from B


3) The basis of quasi contractual relations is the:


4) Sometimes ,a person finds certain goods belonging to some other persons .In such a case ,the finder:


5) The special damages ,i.e. the damages which arise due to so special or unusual circumstances


6) X agrees to pay Rs.5000 to Y if it rains ,& Y promises to pay a like amount to A if it does not rain ,this agreement is called a:


7) Quasi contract


8) A wagering agreement


9) Quasi contracts arise"


10) Quasi contract can be created by :


11) A finder of goods has the responsibility as that of a:


12) Quasi contracts are called contracts in facts and not the contract in law


13) Claim for necessaries of life supplied to a lunatic u/s 68 of Indian contract Act, can enforced against:


14) A person,who is interested is the payment of money, which another is bound by law to pay, is entitled to be reimbursed by the other. this principle is enshrined in ------- of the Indian contract act, 1872.


15) To claim reimbursement of money paid on behalf of another person, which of the following is not required?


16) Under section ------- of the Indian contract act, some person have the duty similar to that of a bailee.


17) If sales tax had been deposited with respect to an item on which was there no levy the depositor / assessee is :


18) In case of payment of amount under mistake, the period of imitation starts from :



19) No one should be allowed to enrich himself at the cost of the other" is the fundamental rule of-------




20) The obligation under quasi contract is:


21) The right under quasi contract is available against:


22) Quasi contract under English law is also called as :


23) The finder of the goods can sell the goods if the lawful changes of the finder, in respect of thing found, exceed ------------ of their value.


24) A, who supplies to B, a lunatic, with necessaries suitable to their condition in life, is entitled to be reimbursed from :


25) A quasi contract is not a ----------- contract.


26) A quasi contract is imposed upon the parties on the grounds of the principle of -------


27) A wagering agreement is an agreement between two person under which money or money's worth is payable by one person to another depending on the :


28) Wagering agreements are:


29) The transaction for sale and purchase of stocks and shares or for sale delivery of shares are :


30) The transaction collateral to the main transaction under wagering agreement is :


31) Quasi contracts are :


32) Claim for necessaries supplied to an incompetent person.


33) Responsibility of the finder of goods is provided in the Indian contract act 1872, in


34) The finder can sell the goods if :


35) X leaves his goods at Y's place who consumes them. Y is bound to pay the price. Y's act of consumption of goods constitutes an implied promise to pay, under the principle of-


36) Quasi-contractual obligations arise by the principle of


37) Quasi Contractual liabilities lead to ______


38) _______ arises obligations where no Contract is originally entered -


39) The Indian Contract Act deals with the following Quasi Contractual Obligations -
(I) Claim for necessaries supplied to a person incompetent to contract
(II) Reimbursement of money paid, due by another
(III) Obligation of person enjoying benefit of non gratuitous act
(IV) Responsibility of Finder of Goods


40) In case of necessaries supplied to a person incompetent to contract, which of the following is true?


41) Claim for necessaries of life supplied to a lunatic u/s 68 of Indian Contract Act, can be enforced against -


42) To claim reimbursement of money paid on behalf of another person, which of the following is not required?


43) A person enjoying the benefits of a lawful non- gratuitous act of another -


44) A person who finds goods belonging to another and takes them into his custody, is subject to the same responsibility as a -


45) It is the duty of finder to return the goods to true owner. Otherwise the finder is guilty of


46) A contract of indemnity is not a contingent contract.


47) A stranger to the consideration can enforce the contract.


48) Insurance contracts are covered under contracts of indemnity.


49) In Quasi contracts, the promise to pay is always an implication of law and not of facts.


50) A ‘Contract of indemnity’ is not a ‘Contingent contract’.