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10/19/14 3:21 AMBusiness Law Ch.4 flashcards | QuizletPage 1 of 9Ready to study?Start with FlashcardsBusiness Law Ch.456 terms bychanel1STUDYFlashcardsLearnSpellerTestPLAYScatterSpace RaceTOOLSCopyAdd toClassAdd toSharePrintcommon lawjudge-made lawstare decisis"Let the decision stand," that is the rulingfrom a previous caseprecedentan earlier case that decided the casebilla proposed statute, submitted to Congress ora state legislaturevetothe power of the president to rejectlegislation passed by Congresssubpoenaan order to appear at a particular place andtime. A subpoena duces tecum requires theperson to produce certain documents orthingsadjudicateto hold a formal hearing about an issue andthen decide itadministrative law judgean agency employee who acts as animpartial descion-makerde novo decisionthe power of an appalete court or board toignore a lower judge's ruling and make itsown decison
10/19/14 3:21 AMBusiness Law Ch.4 flashcards | QuizletPage 2 of 9the doctrine of stare decisis, though vital tothe creation of the common law when thiscountry was settled, is not important to ourmodern, complex societyfalsewhile at the park, Tasha saw a small childfall into the lake. Tasha did not know thechild. Under the common law of most states,Tasha has a legal duty to take reasonablesteps to assist the child if Tasha is able toprovide positive assistance and theassistance will not jeapordize Tasha's wellbeingfalseStatuary law is a minor source of US lawfalsethe majority of work done by legislativebodies is performed in committeestrueEven if a statutes words have ordinary,everyday significance, the court will look atthe legislative history of the law and publicpolicy in order to interpret the statutefalseIf the president vetoes a bill and if both theHouse and Senate repass the bill by a two-thirds margin, the bill becomes lawtrueThe Federal Trade Commission promulgateddetailed rules governing any site directed toyoung children. One of the rules is that thesite operator must obtain verifiable parentalconsent before collecting, using, ordisclosing any personal information. Thislegislative rule has the effect of a statutetrue
10/19/14 3:21 AMBusiness Law Ch.4 flashcards | QuizletPage 3 of 9The Clean Air Act of 1970, a federal statute,attempts to reduce pollution from factories.The act required the EPA to imposeemission standards on "stationary sources"of pollution. The EPA ruled that "stationarysources" meant an entire factory, but not theindividual smokestacks. This is aninterpretitive rule because it interprets theClean Air ActtrueThe OSHA has proposed rules aimed atreducing repitive-stress injuries. ATC, Incdisagrees with the proposed rules. ATC, Inc.