1. To have standing to sue, a party must have been harmed or have been threatened with harm by the action about which he or she complains. 2. Voir dire is a process for presenting evidence in a case. 3. Ethics is the branch of philosophy that focuses on what constitutes right and wrong behavior. 4. Ethical reasoning is the process through which an individual rationalizes whatever action he or she chooses to take 5. A battery occurs only if the victim suffers actual physical harm 6. In theory, causation in fact is limitless. 7. A defendant is strictly liable for the results of his or her acts only if he or she intended those results. 8. There are no statutes regulating the use of spam 9. Because the Internet is vast, the unauthorized use of another's mark in a domain name is generally permissible. 10. A patent cannot be obtained for a plant or an animal. 11. Criminal liability depends on the commission or omission of an act. 12. Larceny relies on stealth while robbery relies on fear and force. 13. Embezzlement can be committed only by physically taking property from the possession of another. 14. An accord and satisfaction requires that the amount of a debt must not be in dispute. 15. Some states provide for the termination of minority status on marriage. 16. A minor who affirmatively misrepresents himself or herself to be an adult will not be able to disaffirm a contract in most states. 17. Parents are required by law to provide necessaries for their minor children. 18. If a price quotation contains a mistake in the adding of a number of figures, the contract may not be enforceable. 19. An expert's false statement to a naive buyer about a technical detail may entitle the buyer to rescind a contract. 20. Justifiable reliance on a misrepresentation is an element of fraud. 21. Oral evidence of the meaning of a contract with incomplete terms can be introduced at a trial. 22. Alienation is a transfer of the ownership of land. 23. Complete performance occurs when conditions in a contract are fully satisfied. 24. When a contract party alters a written contract, the other party must adapt his or her performance accordingly. 25. The four broad types of damages in contract law are compensatory, consequential, punitive, and actual damages. 26. A party seeking to recover compensatory damages may also be entitled to recover incidental damages.
27. Specific performance is the remedy customarily used when there is no actual contract or agreement between two parties. 28. Browse-wrap terms are generally enforceable. 29. Under the UETA, a signature may be denied legal effect solely because it is in electronic form. 30. The UETA provides that a document cannot be notarized electronically 31. Apparent authority exists if a principal causes a third party reasonably to believe that an agent has authority to act. 32.
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