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CSS :: Property Hudood Ordinance 1979


11.  For theft liable to hadd the stolen property should be of the value of
A. Huge amount B. Nisab
C. 100,000 D. None of above

12.  For theft liable to hadd the theft should have been committed from
A. House B. Bank
C. Hirz D. None of above

13.  The value of nisab is given in section ______ of the Offence Against Property Ordinance, 1979
A. 5 B. 6
C. 7 D. None of above

14.  The value of nisab as per section 6, of the Offence Against Property Ordinance, 1979 is
A. 4.457 grams, of gold B. 4.457 grams. Of sliver
C. 4.900 grams, of gold D. None of above

15.  Section 7 of the Offence Against Property Ordinance 1979 deals with
A. Various kinds of Hirz B. Various kinds of Nisabs
C. Proof of theft liable to Hadd D. None of above

16.  ______ is essential requirement for witnesses in hadood cases
A. Expertness B. Genders
C. Tazkiya-al-shuhood D. None of above

17.  There are ______ essential conditions for proof of theft liable to hadd
A. 3 B. 4
C. 5 D. None of above

18.  "Tazkiya-al-Shuhood" means
A. The mode of inquiry adopted by complainant as to the credibility of witness B. The mode of inquiry adopted by Police as to the credibility of witness
C. The mode of inquiry adopted by court for judging credibility of witness D. None of above

19.  Punishment of theft liable to hadd is provided in section _____ of the Offence Against Property Ordinance, 1979.
A. 7 B. 8
C. 9 D. None of above

20.  Whoever commits theft liable to hadd for the first time shall be punished with
A. Amputation of right hand from the joint of the wrist B. Amputation of his left hand from the joint of wrist
C. Amputation of his thumb of right hand D. None of above




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