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Unformatted text preview: > kbjbjV V 70<<c9PP8|[( ###~((((((($*-b( (##('''B##~('~('''#`C@f 'j((0('-%-'-''( ('( -P Y: Course Number: MGMT390 Instructor: Christopher E. Judge, Esq. Business Law Office: 510- 262-7690 Term: 10/W1 FAX: 510- 262-7671 E-Mail: E HYPERLINK "mailto:email@example.com" firstname.lastname@example.org FINAL EXAMINATION (December 9, 2010) Name: _______________David Indie Please Print This is an open-book examination. Questions 1 through 35 are True/False and worth 1 point each. Questions 36 through 70 are Multiple Choice and also worth one point each. Questions 61 through 70 are short essay (a few sentences) and are worth 3 points each. There are two voluntary Extra Credit Questions, worth 10 points and 5 points, respectively. Your test is due back to me (e-mail, fax or snail-mail) by noon, Saturday, December 18, 2010. NOTE: If transmitting via email attachment, please incorporate your name in the filename so that I can distinguish the tests when I save them. True/False Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false. ___T_ 1. The injury suffered by a nonbreaching party due to the breach of a contract may be remedied by payment of compensatory damages. __T__ 2. When a party fails to deliver goods contracted for, the nonbreaching party may obtain consequential damages for a loss of profit from a planned resale. _T___ 3. Damages are awarded for whatever injury a nonbreaching party suffers, whether or not the breaching party could have foreseen the injury....
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