Trespass & Conversion

Trespass & Conversion - 1) “A”'s goods are stolen...

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5. TRESPASS 1) Joe intentionally throws a rock onto Fred's property but never walks onto it. Does Fred have a cause of action against Joe? Result: Reason: 2) Bill intentionally chases his dog onto Sue's property, but Bill never enters onto it. Does Sue have a cause of action against Bill? Result: Reason: Rule : 3) After her party, Sally tells Sue to leave her house. Sue refuses. Does Sally have a cause of action against Sue? Result: Reason : 4) “A” is on a boat in the water. There is a storm, and “A”'s life is threatened. “A” goes to shore and ties his boat to “B”'s dock. The boat hits the dock destroying it. Does “B” have a cause of action against “A” for trespass? Result : Reason :
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6. CONVERSION
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Unformatted text preview: 1) “A”'s goods are stolen by “B” who sells them to “C”. “A” makes a demand on “C” for “C” to return the goods to “A”. “C” refuses. Does “C” have any liability to “A”? Result: Reason : 2) Martin is an insurance agent for Minnesota Insurance Company (“MIC”). Martin uses a computer which he leases from MIC on which Martin stores information about customers and personal data. Martin is abruptly terminated by MIC and MIC takes Martin’s computer. Martin demands that MIC turn over to him his personal data stored on the computer and MIC refuses. Does Martin have a cause of action for conversion against MIC? Result : Reason :...
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2010 for the course MGT 401 taught by Professor Dalton during the Summer '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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