241. The charter of the UN is a comprehensive document having:
A. 112 articles
B. 111 articles
C. 108 articles
D. None of these

242. Universal declaration of Human rights was passed by:
A. Geneva Convention
B. Vienna Congress
C. UN General Assembly in 1948
D. None of these

243. A candidate for the International court of justice is nominated by:
A. The National Government
B. The National group
C. The president of the permanent court of arbitration .
D. None of these

244. Briand-Kellogg pact was signed in Paris in:
A. 1923
B. 1928
C. 1945
D. None of these

245. The principle of “ex aequo et bono” is contained in
A. Article 38(1)(a) of the statue of ICJ
B. Article 38(1)(b) of the statue of ICJ
C. Article 38(2) of the statue of ICJ
D. Article 38(3) of the statue of ICJ

246. Who called international law as vanishing point of jurisprudence
A. Maine
B. Holland
C. Brierley
D. Black Stone

247. The principle of ‘Pacta Sunt Servanda” means:
A. Treaties accepted in good faith
B. Treaties are revocable
C. Treaties are irrevocable
D. Treaties are not binding international law

248. Some efforts have been made to transform the status of individual from the object to the subject of international law. The first effort towards this was made:
A. With the treaty of Versailles, 1919
B. With the treaty of Westphalia
C. With the 1815, Vienna Conference
D. Within the UN Charter 1945

249. The declaratory theory of recognition is also known as:
A. Constitutive theory
B. Facultative theory
C. Evidentiary theory
D. Natural theory

250. In which country a treaty entered into automatically attains the status of law of the land, without needing further action on the part of the legislature
A. Britain
C. India
D. Pakistan

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