BUL_3130_Exam_I - SPRING 2006 Exam One 1. Law is: a. rules...

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SPRING 2006 – Exam One 1. Law is: a. rules that govern the conduct of all “people” in society and are enforceable against each, even if the mandates of the US Constitution are not followed b. a set of rules that only affect the conduct of corporations within any society c. a set of rules that are implied from the common law of England and are not commonly followed in America today d. a set of rules that govern the conduct of members of society in their actions and inaction’s and which are enforceable against each of them 2. Law has been discussed as being: a. inflexible, such that by its rigidness society can rely on what the law is, has been and may very well be in future legal matters, regardless of a need to change as society changes b. flexible so that it, the law can positively reflect and adjust to the many and continuing changes that occur in society, and therefore be fully responsible to society’s needs c. rigid, uniform and balanced so that members of society can plan their lives by it d. flexible in its application to the lives of people in society, yet rigid as to business, individuals, corporations, and governments 3. Most scholars of ethics who research, study and seek to define it agree that it is nothing more than: a. easily identifiable, that is what is ethical versus what is not ethical, especially when examining attitudes and opinions b. basically involves what is right and wrong conduct, and when judging conduct under this definition one should take into account more than if there was a duty between the parties and should then also consider acts of impropriety and matters of perspective c. typifies what beauty is in the eye of the beholder means, although does get more focused once a “duty” is determined to exist between the parties to the matter being examined for an ethical violation d. no duty “ever” need exist between parties in order for a breach of ethics to exist, it can occur between strangers e. evolves in its meaning because of the changes made by society to issues within it that involve human interaction, morals, values and beliefs 4. Pluralism as we examined and reviewed means, and is exemplified by what our great Law Class of Scholars represents, in that we are all different based upon our genders, races, ethnic and culture backgrounds. a. True b. False 5. Law and Due Process of Law are classified as substantive and as procedural. a. True b. False 6. Part I: The three branches of the Federal (or State) Government(s) are:
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a. legislative, executive and judicial b. legislative, executor, jurisdiction c. lex loci, emptor, jurisprudence d. legislative, exemplary, juris Part II: The Articles of the US Constitution that apply to your said correct answer are found in the Constitution at: a. Articles 5,6,7 b. Articles 2,3,4 c. Articles 1,2,3 7. I emphasized the three most important sources of law, not all those listed in Chapter 1 are: a. procedural, substantive, common b. case, common, statutory c. one, two, three
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BUL_3130_Exam_I - SPRING 2006 Exam One 1. Law is: a. rules...

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