Judiciary & LLM MCQ – 51

Q.1. Administrative law is that branch of law, the object of which is to check abuse of power by the following:

(a) Jurisdiction

(b) Parliament

(c) Legislatures

(d) Administrative authorities.


Q.2. Administrative law is the branch of ________________?

(a) Natural law

(b) Statutory law

(c) Customary law

(d) Public law.


Q.3. “Administrative law is that portion of a nation’s legal system which determines the legal status and liabilities of all state officials and defines the rights and liabilities of private individuals in their dealing with public officials.” Who stated the above sentence:

(a) Dicey

(b) Ivan lennings

(c) Prof. Slade

(d) Barner.


Q.4. “Administrative Law is the Law relating to administration. It determines the organisation’s powers and duties of Administrative Authorities” This definition of Administrative Law is given by ______________?

(a) Prof. K.D. Bavis

(b) Schwartz

(c) Sir Ivor Jennings

(d) Prof. Slade.


Q.5. ‘Administrative law is the law concerning the powers and procedures of administrative agencies including especially the law governing judicial review of administrative action.” Who said so?

(a) Ivan Jennings

(b) Slade Willion

(c) K.C. Davis

(d) None of the above


Q.6. Administrative law is concerned with the operation and control of the powers of administrative authorities with emphasis on functions rather than on structure. This definition was given by____________?

(a) K.D. Bavis

(b) Ivan lennings

(c) A.D. Vicey

(d) Wade.


Q.7. “Administrative law is a study of pathology of power in a developing society. Accountability of the holders of public power for the ruled is the focal point of this formulation.” Who among the following jurists has given this definition?

(a) A.D. Vicey

(b) Bavis

(c) Sir William Ivan lennings

(d) Prof. Upendra Baxi.


Q.8. Administrative law primarily does not concern itself with which of the official functions?

(a) Rule-making

(b) Rule-application

(c) Quasi-judicial action

(d) Private law.


Q.9. Which one of the following is a basic source of administrative law?

(a) customs

(b) judicial decisions

(c) Common law

(d) The constitution.


Q.10. Which one of the following is not basic source of administrative law?

(a) Custom

(b) Delegated legislation

(c) Ordinance promulgated by Governor

(d) Reports of the committees and commission.






1. Correct Answer: D

2. Correct Answer: D

3. Correct Answer: A

4. Correct Answer: C

5. Correct Answer: C

6. Correct Answer: D

7. Correct Answer: D

8. Correct Answer: D

9. Correct Answer: B

10. Correct Answer: A