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Exams-BLAW-2200-2002-Fall-ACCT STAFF

Exams-BLAW-2200-2002-Fall-ACCT STAFF - FINAL EXAMINATION...

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FINAL EXAMINATION BLAW 2200 FALL 2002 DR. GREENWELL 100 M/C question @ 1 point each total possible = 100 Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. Common law rules develop from a. statutes enacted by Congress and the state legislatures. b. regulations issued by administrative agencies. c. decisions of the courts in legal disputes. d. uniform laws drafted by legal scholars. ____ 2. A remedy is the means given to a party a. only to enforce a right. b. only to compensate for the violation of a right. c. to enforce a right or to compensate for the violation of a right. d. none of the above. ____ 3. Don owns a large supermarket and his clerks are on strike. Don is trying to operate the store with the help of his managers, but ten of the striking clerks are crowding near the entrance with large picket signs. If Don asks you what can be done, your best answer would be a. "Merge law and equity." b. "Seek a decree of specific performance." c. "Seek an injunction to keep the clerks from blocking the entrance." d. "Seek a rescission that will return the clerks to their status quo ." ____ 4. The doctrine of stare decisis ____ 5. A state law that violates the U.S. Constitution ____ 6. The Uniform Commercial Code has, at least in part, been adopted in ____ 7. The case of Tower v. Hobbs has just been decided by the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. Of the seven justices, five agreed that Tower should win; two thought that Hobbs should win. Justice Taylor, one of the five judges who agreed that Tower should win, wrote a separate opinion. Justice Taylor's opinion is a. a dissenting opinion. b. a minority opinion. c. a concurring opinion. d. a unanimous opinion.
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____ 8. The federal court system was established by ____ 9. The case of Aaron v. Baker Co. is heard in a Minnesota district court, which has original jurisdiction. The case of NuCorp, Inc. v. Olson is heard in a Minnesota court of appeals, which has appellate jurisdiction. The difference between original and appellate jurisdiction lies in a. the subject matter of the cases that a court can decide. b. whether a case is brought by a citizen or by a business entity. c. whether a case is being heard for the first time.
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