Common law is an accumulation of prior legal decisions

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Common law is an accumulation of prior legal decisions. True (correct answer, your response) False Points earned: 1 out of 1 Civil laws are enacted and revised by a body of lawmakers specifically established for the purpose of making laws. True False (correct answer, your response) Points earned: 1 out of 1 Statutory laws are enacted as a single comprehensive set of rules. True (your response) False Points earned: 0 out of 1 A patent, copyright, or trademark protects a product or process throughout the world once the originator obtains legal protection in his or her native country. True
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False (correct answer, your response) Points earned: 1 out of 1 When a company does business in another country, it must observe its own country’s laws, the host country’s laws, and any treaties and trade agreements involving that country. True (correct answer, your response) False Points earned: 1 out of 1 Statutes are usually passed in order to add to or change existing laws and to define laws for new situations that arise. True (correct answer, your response) False Points earned: 1 out of 1 If you own a business, you are liable for the condition of the building. True (correct answer, your response) False Points earned: 1 out of 1
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Manufacturers are usually only liable for harm caused by their products if they intentionally caused the harm. True False (correct answer, your response) Points earned: 1 out of 1 Non-democratic countries that wish to participate in international business usually recognize property rights in order to attract international business. True (correct answer, your response) False Points earned: 1 out of 1 The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) coordinates international treaties to protect patents, trademarks, and other intellectual property.
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