Self Check Chapter 20 Quiz (WK6)

Self Check Chapter 20 Quiz (WK6) - Self Check Chapter 20...

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Self Check Chapter 20 Quiz (WK6) 1 In order to recover for breach of an express warranty, a plaintiff must show that  the warranty was in writing. A) True B) False 2 Today, comparative fault statutes often include assumption of risk and product  misuse among the kinds of "fault" that are apportioned between the plaintiff and  the defendant. A) True B) False 3 A buyer of stolen goods may recover damages from the seller under the  Magnuson-Moss Act A) True B) False 4 Avi's Groceries was sued for selling defective milk; the milk contained parts of a  dead mouse. If Avi's can demonstrate that they could not have caused the mouse  parts to be in the milk carton (the adulteration must have occurred earlier in the  chain of distribution), they can escape liability under product liability law. A) True B) False 5 Under product liability law, anyone in the normal chain of distribution is fully  liable for a defective product, even if the plaintiff contributed to the cause of his  or her own injuries. A) True B) False
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6 Chris went to a truck dealership and asks for a truck capable of handling a 4,000  pound load. He asked for the salesperson's recommendation. The salesperson  said, "You'll be happy with this one." Relying on the salesperson's choice, Chris  bought the truck in question. However, while the truck Chris bought is  mechanically sound, it can handle only a 2,500-pound load. Which of the  following product liability theories gives Chris his best chance of recovery? A) Breach of express warranty. B)
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