OBLICON mock quiz - NAME OBLICON SCORE MOCK SCORE TRUE 1 Mr...

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NAME: ________________________________ OBLICON: SCORE MOCK: __________________________ SCORE TRUE: ___________________________ 1. Mr. X promised to deliver a specified dog named “Auger” to Mr. Y on April 29, 2005.On the due date, no dog was delivered. Which is not correct? a. If the dog died on April 30 without anyone’s fault, Mr. X shall be liable to Mr. Y by reason of delay. b. Mr Y shall bear the loss because of res perit domino. c. Mr. Y shall bear the loss because of genus nunquan perit. d. Mr X shall bear the loss because of genus nunquan perit. e. No one shall bear the loss. 2. When Mr. A voluntarily takes charge of the neglected business of Mr. B without the latter’s authority where reimbursement must be made for necessary or useful expenses, there is a: a.Negotiorum Gestio c. qausi-contract b. quasi-delict d. solutio indebiti 3. Which among the following is not an essential element of an obligation? a. Active and passive subjects. b. Form of the obligation c. Prestation d. Juridical tie 4. Mr. Oliveros, by virtue of a written agreement agreed to deliver to Mr. Santos a car on a specified date provided the latter pays the former P1 million. 5. Unless the law or the stipulation of the parties requires another standard of care, the obligation to give a thing carries with it the obligation to take care of it with a. extra-ordinary diligence b. degree of care agreed upon by the parties c. diligence of a good father of a family d. diligence of a good family of a father 6. They are lawful, unilateral and voluntary acts that are based on the principle that no one shall be enriched or benefited at the expense of another. 7. The sources for liability for damages are the following, except: 8. Pedro offered to sell to Marita a purported diamond ring which actually was a stone of inferior quality. Believing it to be a genuine diamond ring, Marita bought and paid for the ring. If later on, Marita discovers the misrepresentation, Marita may: a. sue for damages alone because of dolo causante. b. sue for rescission. c. for annulment because of dolo incidente. d. for annulment because of dolo causante. 9. No person shall be held responsible by reason of fortuitous event except: a. when time is of the essence of the contract b. when demand would be useless c. when the nature of the obligation requires the assumption of risk d.when the obligation is purely personal in nature
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