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Submitted by Trevino, Oscar (oscatrevino) on 10/19/2010 2:46:44 PM Points Awarded 108.00 Points Missed 42.00 Percentage 72.0% 1. Travel Tours Company faxes ads to Uri and other individual consumers without the recipients’ permission. This is subject to A) a cease-and-desist order by the Federal Trade Commission. B) no sanctions. C) possible fines by the Federal Communications Commission. D) rescission on the order of the Federal Reserve Board. Points Earned: 0.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): C 2. OK Dry-Cleaning advertises so effectively that the regular customers of its competitor Purity Cleaners patronize OK instead of Purity. This is A) conversion. B) wrongful interference with a contractual relationship. C) appropriation. D) none of the choices. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): D
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3. Luscious Treats, Inc., wants to market a new snack food. On the product’s label, standard nutrition facts are A) warranted by the nature of the food. B) required by the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act. C) strictly voluntary. D) mandated by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): B 4. Steel Tool Company makes and sells tools. One of the tools is believed to be hazardous. The appropriate government agency may require Steel to A) increase the price to cover the cost of any injuries or damage. B) export the tool and sell it only abroad. C) remove the tool from the market. D) reduce the price to indicate the hazard to consumers. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): C 5. Jan and Kyle sign a contract that provides that if a dispute arises, they will submit to arbitration. A dispute arises, but before it goes to arbitration, Jan files a suit against Kyle. The court will likely A) hear the suit and then order the parties to arbitrate. B) order relief without hearing the suit or compelling the parties to arbitrate. C) order the parties to arbitrate. D) hear the suit without ordering the parties to arbitrate. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): C 6.
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Fact Pattern 3-B2 --- Kelly files a suit against Lewis in a state court. The case proceeds to trial, after which the court renders a verdict. The case is appealed to an appellate court. --- Refer to Fact Pattern 3-B2. After its review of Kelly v. Lewis, the appellate court can A) only remand all or part of the lower court’s decision. B) affirm, reverse, or remand all or part of the lower court’s decision. C) only reverse or remand all or part of the lower court’s decision. D) only affirm or reverse all or part of the lower court’s decision. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0 Correct Answer(s): B 7. As a joke, Jem takes Kyla’s business law textbook and hides it so that Kyla cannot find it during the week before the exam. Jem may have committed A) appropriation. B) trespass to personal property.
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course IS 301 taught by Professor Aleiss during the Spring '08 term at CSU Long Beach.

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Mid-Term - Submitted by Trevino, Oscar (oscatrevino) on...

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