Ex+2+Practice - BLAW 2361 Name: Garrett Aryan PRACTICE EXAM...

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BLAW 2361 Name: Garrett Aryan PRACTICE EXAM 2 1. Kelly is an appliance salesperson. Kelly commits fraud if, to make a sale, she a. discloses the truth. b. represents as a fact something that she knows is untrue. c. states an opinion concerning something that she knows nothing about. d. uses puffery. 2. Mark intentionally pushes Don. Don falls to the ground and breaks his arm. Mark is liable for the injury a. only if Mark did not intend to break Don's arm. b. only if Mark had a bad motive for pushing Don. c. only if Mark intended to break Don's arm. d. if Mark intended to push Don. 3. Jill accuses of Ken of committing an assault. A person commits an assault if he or she creates in another an apprehension or fear of a. future harm. b. immediate harm. c. past harm. d. past, present, or future harm. 4. Steve, the manager of A-1 Hardware Store, detains Joan, whom Steve suspects of shoplifting. Joan sues Steve, alleging that the detention was false imprisonment. Steve is liable if Joan a. did not actually shoplift. b. had not shoplifted in the past. c. had probable cause to leave the premises. d. was detained for an unreasonably long time. 5. Mona falsely accuses Nick of stealing from their employer. The statement is defamatory only if a. a third party hears it. = publication b. Nick suffers emotional distress. c. the statement is made in an annoying manner. d. the statement is published in the media. 6.. Excel Dry-Cleaning advertises so effectively that Next Day Cleaners' regular customers patronize Excel instead of Next Day. Excel has committed a. appropriation. b. wrongful interference with a business relationship. – picket the store c. wrongful interference with a contractual relationship. d. none of the above. 7. Joy invites Kent into her apartment. Kent commits trespass to land if he a. enters the apartment with fraudulent intent. b. harms the apartment in any way. – not needed for trespass c. makes disparaging remarks about Joy to others. d. refuses to leave when Joy asks him to go.
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8. At a fast food restaurant, Todd believes that he is being overcharged and shoves Vicky, the clerk. Vicky sues Todd, alleging that the shove was a battery. Todd is liable if a. the shove was offensive. b. Todd acted out of malice. c. Todd was not overcharged. d. Vicky did not wait on Todd. 9. Kay files a suit against Larry based on one of Larry's statements that Kay alleges is fraudulent. To give rise to fraud, the statement must be one of a. delusion. b. fact. c. opinion. d. truth. 10. Bill, a store clerk at Techno Computers, takes a computer from the store without Techno's permission. Bill is liable for conversion if he a. damages the computer in his home. b. fails to prevent the theft of the computer from his home. c.
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