Quiz 4 - Question 1 0 / 0.5 points Privity is: Question...

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Question 1 0 / 0.5 points Privity is: Question options: A) Connection or relationship between two parties each having any interest in the same subject matter. B) Connection or relationship between two parties each having a material interest in the same subject matter. C) Connection or relationship between two parties each having a common interest in the same subject matter. D) Connection or relationship between parties to a contract that carries with it rights that flow from the agreement. Quest ion 2 0.5 / 0.5 points Standing is defined as: Question options: A) The right to bring a legal cause of action. B) The court’s permission for a plaintiff to bring a lawsuit. C) The right to bring a lawsuit. D) The court’s permission for a plaintiff to bring a legal cause of action. Quest ion 3 0.5 / 0.5 points If a jury “finds for the defendant,” then: Question options: A) The plaintiff must pay the damages. B)
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course ACCT 512 taught by Professor Slaymacker during the Spring '12 term at Globe.

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Quiz 4 - Question 1 0 / 0.5 points Privity is: Question...

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