CHAPTER 5 - C HAPTER 5 1. Tort is the French word for: *...

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CHAPTER 5 1. Tort is the French word for: **Wrong 2. The basic purpose of Tort law is to: **Provide remedies for the invasion of protected interests 3. For an intentional tort to occur, the person who causes the harm must also **Have intended to commit the act that caused harm 4. The person who commits tort is known as: **A Tortfeasor 5. If Sam threatens Jill with a Knife but doesn’t in fact, touch her, Jill may sue for ___ if she honestly believes that Sam could have hurt her. **Assault 6. Which of the following is NOT a defense to charge of assault and battery?’ **Lack of Consent 7. If you are a victim of false imprisonment you are **Confined or restrained intentionally and without justification 8. If Sal sends Max an email message telling Max that his wife has just died, when in fact Sal knows this is untrue, Max may be liable to sue Sal for: **Infliction of emotional Distress 9. If you defame someone, you injure **That person’s good reputation 10. In order for a statement to be made with actual malice, it must be: **Made with knowledge of its falsity or with a reckless disregard of the truth
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11. If someone uses a great picture of you to sell peanut butter and fails to get
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course BUS bus 340 taught by Professor R during the Spring '10 term at American River.

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CHAPTER 5 - C HAPTER 5 1. Tort is the French word for: *...

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