Ch06-TB1-WBL-10e

Ch06-TB1-WBL-10e - Chapter6 IntentionalTorts

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Chapter 6 Intentional Torts N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. Tort law provides legal remedies for both personal injury and property  damage. ANSWER: T PAGE: 120 TYPE: = 2. To commit an intentional tort, a person must intend the consequences of his  or her act or know with substantial certainty that certain consequences will  result. ANSWER: T PAGE: 121 TYPE: + 3. To commit an intentional tort, a person must act with a  harmful  motive. ANSWER: F PAGE: 121 TYPE: N 4. To commit an intentional tort, a person need not act with an  evil  motive. ANSWER: T PAGE: 121 TYPE: N 5. A battery occurs only if the victim suffers actual physical harm. 51
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52 TEST BANK 1—UNIT TWO: TORTS AND CRIMES ANSWER: F PAGE: 121 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 6: INTENTIONAL TORTS 53 6. False imprisonment is a tort only if the confinement or restraint is justified. ANSWER: F PAGE: 122 TYPE: = 7. One cannot recover damages for severe emotional distress absent a showing  of personal injury. ANSWER: F PAGE: 122 TYPE: = 8. An oral defamatory statement must be communicated to a third party to be  actionable. ANSWER: T PAGE: 122 TYPE: = 9. An individual’s right to privacy includes the exclusive use of his or her  likeness. ANSWER: T PAGE: 124 TYPE: + 10. An  unauthorized  scan of a bank account cannot be an invasion of privacy. ANSWER: F PAGE: 124 TYPE: N 11. An  illegal  search can be an invasion of privacy. ANSWER: T PAGE: 124 TYPE: + 12. Normally, fraud occurs only when there is reliance on a statement of truth. ANSWER: F PAGE: 125 TYPE: = 13. Unintentionally causing a party to break a contract may constitute wrong- ful interference with a contractual relationship. ANSWER: F PAGE: 126 TYPE: = 14. Bona fide competitive behavior can constitute wrongful interference with a  contractual relationship. ANSWER: F PAGE: 128 TYPE: N 15. An artisan’s lien is a defense to a charge of trespass to personal property.
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54 TEST BANK 1—UNIT TWO: TORTS AND CRIMES ANSWER: T PAGE: 129 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 6: INTENTIONAL TORTS 55 16. Disparagement of property is another term for appropriation. ANSWER: F PAGE: 131 TYPE: N 17. Good intentions are a defense against conversion. ANSWER: F PAGE: 131 TYPE: N 18. An Internet service provider cannot be held liable in tort for disseminating  his or her own defamatory remarks.
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Ch06-TB1-WBL-10e - Chapter6 IntentionalTorts

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