Engineering Laws and Ethics - MCQs Part V

Compiled MCQs in Engineering Laws and Ethics Part 5 of the series as one topic in General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) in the ECE Board Exam.

MCQs in Laws and Ethics Part 5

This is the Multiples Choice Questions Part 5 of the Series in Engineering Laws and Ethics as one of the General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) topic. In Preparation for the ECE Board Exam make sure to expose yourself and familiarize in each and every questions compiled here taken from various sources including past Board Questions in General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) field.

Online Questions and Answers in Laws and Ethics Series

Following is the list of multiple choice questions in this brand new series:

Engineering Laws and Ethics MCQs
PART 1: MCQs from Number 1 – 50                        Answer key: PART I
PART 2: MCQs from Number 51 – 100                   Answer key: PART II
PART 3: MCQs from Number 101 – 150                 Answer key: PART III
PART 4: MCQs from Number 151 – 200                 Answer key: PART IV
PART 5: MCQs from Number 201 – 250                 Answer key: PART V
PART 6: MCQs from Number 251 – 300                 Answer key: PART VI
PART 7: MCQs from Number 301 – 350                 Answer key: PART VII
PART 8: MCQs from Number 351 – 400                 Answer key: PART VIII
PART 9: MCQs from Number 401 – 450                 Answer key: PART IX
PART 10: MCQs from Number 451 – 500                 Answer key: PART X

Continue Practice Exam Test Questions Part V of the Series

201. A juridical necessity to give, to do, or not to do.

  • A. Contracts
  • B. Obligation
  • C. Quasi-delicts
  • D. Condition

202. Obligation comes from the latin word _______ which means to bind.

  • A. Obligum
  • B. Obligate
  • C. Obligare
  • D. Obligus

203. A legal wrong, committed through fault or negligence, on a person or property, independent of contract.

  • A. Contracts
  • B. Obligation
  • C. Quasi-delicts
  • D. Condition

204. A nature of obligation under civil code which is legally demandable and the courts of justice may compel their performance.

  • A. Civil Obligations
  • B. Natural Obligation
  • C. Pure Obligation
  • D. Condition

205. A nature of obligation under civil code based on morality, natural law and conscience, they are not legally demandable.

  • A. Civil Obligations
  • B. Natural Obligation
  • C. Pure Obligation
  • D. Condition

206. Requisites of obligations which is the vinculum or the link that binds the party

  • A. Juridical or legal tie
  • B. Prestation
  • C. Active subject
  • D. Passive subject

207. Requisites of obligation consist in giving, doing or not doing something

  • A. Juridical or legal tie
  • B. Prestation
  • C. Active subject
  • D. Passive subject

208. Requisites of obligation that refers to a person who can demand the performance of the obligation or known as the creditor or oblige

  • A. Juridical or legal tie
  • B. Prestation
  • C. Active subject
  • D. Passive subject

209. Requisites of obligation that refers to a person from whom prestation is demandable or known as the debtor or obligor

  • A. Juridical or legal tie
  • B. Prestation
  • C. Active subject
  • D. Passive subject

210. One of the following is not considered as a source of obligation.

  • A. Law
  • B. Contracts
  • C. Quai-delicts
  • D. Work

211. The following are requisites of Quasi-delicts except

  • A. An act or omission
  • B. Accompanied by fault or negligence
  • C. There must be no pre-existing contractual relation between the parties
  • D. Acts or omissions punished by law

212. An obligation which is not subject to conditions or burdens nor does it mention a specific date for its fulfillment and as such it is immediately demandable.

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Condition obligation
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

213. An uncertain event which wields an influence on a legal relation.

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Condition
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

214. An obligation which is a subject to a condition.

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Condition obligation
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

215. A kind of condition which suspends the demandability of the obligation until the fulfillment of the condition.

  • A. Suspensive Condition
  • B. Alternative obligation
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Resolutory obligation

216. A kind of condition that produces the extinguishment of an obligation upon the happening of the event.

  • A. Suspensive Condition
  • B. Alternative obligation
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Resolutory Condition

217. An obligation whose consequences are subjected in one way or the other to the expiration of said term.

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Obligations with a period
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

218. “A” borrowed money from “B” in the amount of P50.00 promising to pay the amount “as soon as possible”. If later on, they cannot agree on the specific date of payment, the remedy of “B” is to go to court and ask the court to fix the date when the debt is to be paid. This illustrates:

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Obligations with a period
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

219. A kind of period with suspensive effect.

  • A. Ex die
  • B. In diem
  • C. Legal period
  • D. Voluntary period

220. A kind of period with a resolutory effect and the validity of obligation is up to a certain date

  • A. Ex die
  • B. In diem
  • C. Legal period
  • D. Voluntary period

221. A period established by law.

  • A. Ex die
  • B. In diem
  • C. Legal period
  • D. Voluntary period

222. A period agreed to by the parties.

  • A. Judicial period
  • B. In diem
  • C. Legal period
  • D. Voluntary period

223. A period authorized by the court.

  • A. Judicial period
  • B. In diem
  • C. Legal period
  • D. Voluntary period

224. An obligation where two parties are mutually obliged to do or to give something.

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Condition
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

225. Marc obliged himself to deliver to Edwin either a piano or a refrigerator. The delivery of the piano or the refrigerator is sufficient compliance with the obligation. Marc could not compel Edwin to accept only a part of the piano or a part of the refrigerator because this illustrates:

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Condition
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

226. An obligation wherein various things are due, but the payment of one of them is sufficient, determined by the choice which as a general rule belongs to the obligor.

  • A. Pure obligation
  • B. Condition
  • C. Reciprocal obligation
  • D. Alternative obligation

227. One in which each of the debtors is answerable only for a proportionate part of the debt, and each one of the creditors is entitled to a proportionate part of the credit

  • A. Joint obligation
  • B. Solidary obligation
  • C. Divisible obligation
  • D. Indivisible obligation

228. One in which each of the debtors is liable for the whole obligation and each of the creditors may demand compliance of the entire obligation.

  • A. Joint obligation
  • B. Solidary obligation
  • C. Divisible obligation
  • D. Indivisible obligation

229. A kind of solidarity when it exists among the creditors only.

  • A. Active Solidarity
  • B. Passive Solidarity
  • C. Mixed Solidarity
  • D. Solo Solidarity

230. When the solidarity takes place among the debtors only, it is called

  • A. Active Solidarity
  • B. Passive Solidarity
  • C. Mixed Solidarity
  • D. Solo Solidarity

231. When the solidarity exists both among the creditors and the debtors at the same time, this is called

  • A. Active Solidarity
  • B. Passive Solidarity
  • C. Mixed Solidarity
  • D. Solo Solidarity

232. An obligation which is capable of partial performance.

  • A. Joint obligation
  • B. Solidary obligation
  • C. Divisible obligation
  • D. Indivisible obligation

233. Juan obliged himself to deliver to Pedro six sacks of rice as follows: Three sacks of rice to be delivered by Juan on May 1st, and Pedro to pay Juan the amount of P150.00. Another three sacks of rice to be delivered by Juan on June 1st, and Pedro to pay Juan the same amount of P150.00. This illustrates:

  • A. Joint obligation
  • B. Solidary obligation
  • C. Divisible obligation
  • D. Indivisible obligation

234. A type division that depends on quality rather than quantity

  • A. Qualitative
  • B. Quantitative
  • C. Ideal
  • D. Moral

235. A type of division that depends on quantity rather than quality

  • A. Qualitative
  • B. Quantitative
  • C. Ideal
  • D. Mental

236. A type of division also known as moral, intellectual or mental division

  • A. Qualitative
  • B. Quantitative
  • C. Ideal
  • D. All of the above

237. It is an accessory undertaking to assume greater liability in case of breach.

  • A. Law
  • B. Penal clause
  • C. Stipulation
  • D. Preceding

238. “A” binds himself to deliver to “B” a Honda Civic car at the end of the current year. They agree in writing that should “A” fail to deliver the car on a specified date, “A” shall pay “B” as penalty P10,000.00. “A” fails to make the delivery. “B” could demand the payment of P10,000.00 against “A”. “B”, however could not compel “A” to deliver the car and pay the penalty at the same time. This is _______ type of penal clause:

  • A. Joint
  • B. Subsidiary
  • C. Solo
  • D. Partial

239. A classification of penal clause when both the principal contract and the penal clause can be enforced.

  • A. Joint
  • B. Subsidiary
  • C. Solo
  • D. Partial

240. An obligation can be extinguished by the following except

  • A. By Payment or Performance
  • B. By the condition or remission of the debt
  • C. By altering the signature
  • D. By the loss of the thing due

241. An obligation which is not capable of partial performance.

  • A. Joint obligation
  • B. Solidary obligation
  • C. Divisible obligation
  • D. Indivisible obligation

242. A kind of remission when the enforcement of the obligation is waived or renounced totally.

  • A. Partial
  • B. Complete
  • C. Express
  • D. Implied

243. A remission when the waiver or renunciation refers only to a part of the obligation.

  • A. Partial
  • B. Complete
  • C. Express
  • D. Implied

244. A remission when it is shown by words or declaration of the obligee.

  • A. Partial
  • B. Complete
  • C. Express
  • D. Implied

245. A remission when it is inferred from the acts or conduct of the obligee.

  • A. Partial
  • B. Complete
  • C. Express
  • D. Implied

246. A type of compensation that takes place when compensation extinguishes the two debts in their concurrent amounts even without the express agreement of the parties. Judicial compensation

  • A. Legal compensation
  • B. Voluntary compensation
  • C. Judicial compensation
  • D. Partial compensation

247. A type of compensation that takes place when there is compensation by agreement of the parties as in the case of mutual set off of accounts.

  • A. Legal compensation
  • B. Voluntary compensation
  • C. Judicial compensation
  • D. Partial compensation

248. A type of compensation that takes place when the court permits the counterclaim of the defendant as against the claim of the plaintiff.

  • A. Legal compensation
  • B. Total compensation
  • C. Judicial compensation
  • D. Partial compensation

249. A type of compensation that takes place when the two obligations are of different amounts and a balance remains unextinguished after the compensation.

  • A. Legal compensation
  • B. Total compensation
  • C. Judicial compensation
  • D. Partial compensation

250. A type of compensation that takes place when the obligations are of the same amount and compensation extinguishes the obligations entirely.

  • A. Legal compensation
  • B. Total compensation
  • C. Judicial compensation
  • D. Partial compensation

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