National Open University of Nigeria

PPL424 TMA

PPL424 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 The test for certainty of objects in a fixed trust is: Evidential certainty Ascertainability Administrative workability Exhaustive enumeration Q2 If A gives property to B and receives no consideration in return It is a gift to B B must return the property to A under a resulting trust It is a gift to B as long as A is the mother of B A and B share the property in equal shares Q3 Which of the following description of potential beneficiaries would fail the certainty of objects test? Urgent suppliers Friend or friends nominated by my wife Funke and the kids Relatives or dependents Q4 This is a question about the cy prés doctrine. In a case of initial failure, in which of the following situations would the charitable property not be given to another, similar ch
PPL424 TMA

PPL424 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 The test for certainty of objects in a fixed trust is: Evidential certainty Ascertainability Administrative workability Exhaustive enumeration Q2 If A gives property to B and receives no consideration in return It is a gift to B B must return the property to A under a resulting trust It is a gift to B as long as A is the mother of B A and B share the property in equal shares Q3 Which of the following description of potential beneficiaries would fail the certainty of objects test? Urgent suppliers Friend or friends nominated by my wife Funke and the kids Relatives or dependents Q4 This is a question about the cy prés doctrine. In a case of initial failure, in which of the following situations would the charitable property not be given to another, similar ch
PPL423 TMA

PPL423 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 Which of the following is not possible? A beneficiary can also be a trustee A beneficiary can also be the settlor A beneficiary can also be the testator A trustee can also be the settlor Q2 The equitable maxim 'Equity Acts in Personam' means that: The property in dispute must be in Nigeria The defendant must be within Nigeria Equity may only act against people Equity cannot be enforced outside Nigeria Q3 Lord Ellesmere was Chief Justice Chancellor Bishop of london King's Adviser Q4 Which of the following would not be an appropriate basis to decide the remedy for proprietary estoppel? The minimum equity to do justice What the defendant promised A remedy in proportion to the detriment suffered Whatever the judge considers just Q5 The equitable maxim '
PPL422 TMA

PPL422 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 Which of the following is a practical demonstration of the meaning of the term 'fee' as it relates to interest in land? Chidi offers his services to draft a deed of assignment Amanda holds interest in land for the benefits of Kole Ena transfers his land to Gbubemi for N5 million William inherits an interest in land which may be passed on as inherance except he dies intestate with no heir Q2 Which of these would constitue a restriction on ownership as enunciated in Commissioner for Railways V. Valuer-General Section 2 of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act Section 1 of the 1999 Constitution S. 1 of the Land Use Act Section 1 of the Sovereign Investment Authority Act Q3 One of these is not an element of joint tenancy Unity of time Unity of t...
PPL421 TMA

PPL421 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 When may a grandchild share in family property? Anytime If he is the first male grandchild Upon the death of the family head Upon the death of his/her own parent Q2 In Nelson v. Nelson, family propery was created by will conquest purchase of land with family funds declaration Q3 One of the following is an example of family property created by settlement. Boko Haram members in Sambisa Forest Yoruba homeland established by Oduduwa in Ile Ife Iraqi annexation of Kuwait None of the options Q4 Why will be right for land to be deemed family property despite having been left by an individual who died intestate with a sole heir? Because under customary law, land belongs to both the current generation and generations yet unborn in the family. There's no justifica...
PPL344 TMA

PPL344 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 The concept of subsequent marriage to invalidate an existing Will under the English Wills Act is one that connotes a marriage between a man and woman of single status at the time of marriage a widow and widower as long as they have consented to be married without duress a man and woman who married whether under customary or islamic marriage as long as it is one that is recognised by the statute none of the above Q2 The section of the Wills Act that provides for revocation of a Will by a subsequent marriage is Section 2 ((2) - (d) MCA Section 18 Wills Act, 1837 Section 20 Wills Act 1837 Section 17 Wills Law & Succession Law Edict Q3 The Will in the Estate of Thomas (1939) 2 All E.R could not take effect without occurrence of special circumstances because it wa...
PPL343 TMA

PPL343 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 In the case of Aja v. Aja (1972) ECSCR 140, judicial separation was granted on the basis of exceptional depravity adultery wilful and persistent refusal to consumate All of the above Q2 The section that prescribes circumstances in which the court may grant leave is Section 16 (1) (g) Section 15 (1) (c ) Section 18 (2) (i) Section 30 (3) Q3 Feyisayo and Adun met on facebook. It has been proven that Feyisayo has insanity case. In moments of insanity, he beats Adun and her children. At a time, had thrown her baby into a burning fire. Adun cannot live with him anymore because of danger to her life. What section is more applicable for ground of divorce? Section 16 (1) (g) Section 15 (1) (c ) Section 18 (2) (i) None of the Options Q4 Feyisayo and Adun met on fac...
PPL324 TMA

PPL324 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 For injurous false hood to be established the following elements must be present Communicated Lies Intent to damage a business Damage to the business All of the Options Q2 A large percentage of the students in Albright don�??t really care about the source as long as the meat tastes delicious, does this have any legal effect on Hassan's possible culpability yes no Not entirely None of the Options Q3 Hassan has heard the parable that where two elephants fight, the grass suffers, he believes this is a good opportunity to offer the students an alternative undisturbed spot where they can enjoy their suya in peace. He begins spreading calculated rumors that Habibu and Sotonye are selling 'volture meat' His actions may amount to Witchcraft Calculated wickedness Injur
PPL323 TMA

PPL323 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 The 'Wagon Mound Case' establishes the doctrine of Stare Decisis Reasonable Forseeability Negligence Mutatis Mutandis Q2 The 'reasonable man's test' is a tool for determining whether The Plantiff's actions were reasonable The defendant's actions were reasonable The Plantiff should have forseen the consequence of his actions The Defendantshould have forseen the consequence of his actions Q3 The principle of restriction of damages to loss as a direct result of the action is A wider spectrum under which to hold the defendant liable for damage Is an equivalent ground for conviction of the defendant and award of damages A narrower spectrum under which to determine the defendants liability for damage None of the Options Q4 A defendant is reliable for all damages...
PUL342 TMA

PUL342 TMA

National Open University of Nigeria
  Q1 Under s. 98 of the Criminal Code receiving the money innocently and forming the corrupt intention later will not amount to official corruption. false true PARTLY TRUE PARTLY FALSE Q2 Which section of the Penal Code defines extortion. s. 2 s91 s291 s192 Q3 The concealment or retention of or acquiring interest in the proceeds of crime is an offence under sections 17 and 18 of thevPenal Codet sections 17 and 18 of the EFCC Act sections 17 and 18 of theMoney Laundering Act sections 17 and 18 of the Criminal Code Q4 Influencing execution of contracts, inflation of contract sum or price of goods and services, signing of contracts without budgetary provision, transferring or spending the sum allocated for a particular project or service on another. Are offences ...