Milestone 2.0.pdf - SCORE UNIT 2 \u2014 MILESTONE 2 20\/21 You passed this Milestone 20 questions were answered correctly 1 question was answered

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1CONCEPTGeneral Perspectives on Contracts2CONCEPTEquitable Remedies: Specific Performance and Injunction3CONCEPTSeller's Remedies Under the Uniform Commercial Code4CONCEPTNegligent Torts: Liability5CONCEPTProblems with Strict Products Liability6CONCEPTUnenforceable Contracts7CONCEPTIntentional Torts8CONCEPTRemedies in General Under the Uniform Commercial Code9CONCEPTBuyer's Remedies Under the Uniform Commercial Code10CONCEPTNegligent Products Liability11CONCEPTProducts Liability12CONCEPTStatute of Frauds13CONCEPTStrict Liability14CONCEPTDifferent Types of Contracts15CONCEPTContract Formation16CONCEPTSources of Contract Law17CONCEPTLimitations on Contract Remedies18CONCEPTNegligent Torts: Damages and Defenses19CONCEPTStrict Products Liability20CONCEPTIntroduction to Tort Law21CONCEPTMonetary AwardsYou passed this Milestone20 questions were answered correctly.1 question was answered incorrectly.Contracts function as a symbol of __________ in modern society.Which of the following scenarios would likely result in an order for specific performance or an injunction, rather than amonetary award?Cynthia orders 100 shirts in a variety of colors for her screenprinting business from Juan, a shirt supplier. After Juanships the shirts, Cynthia calls him to inform him of her insolvency. The box of shirts is currently in transit and will bedelivered by the postal service tomorrow.What remedy does Juan have in this scenario?A firefighter is injured by smoke inhalation while fighting an accidental fire at a local resident's house.Is the homeowner liable for negligence if the firefighter sues?A manufacturer of kitchen knives is sued for strict product liability by Jack, who cut himself with one of the knives andsuffered permanent nerve damage and paralysis in three fingers on his left hand. Jack argues that the knives wereoverly sharp and, thus, defective in their manufacturing. The manufacturer defends against the claim by arguing thatthe risk to the consumer is outweighed by the utility of the knives.How does Jack's claim stand up to the manufacturer's defense?Which of the following conditions always renders a contract voidable?A laundry detergent company advertises that its new product can remove any stain from clothes in just one wash,although company testing has shown that it oftentimes takes two or three washes for a stain to disappear.Which type of intentional tort does this represent?Select the example that is inconsistent with the provisions of the UCC for contract remedies for a seller's breach ofcontract.Cynthia orders 100 blue shirts for her screenprinting business from Juan, a shirt supplier. When Cynthia receives theshirts, she discovers that Juan has sent her a batch of pink shirts. She rightfully rejects delivery, and the shirts areshipped back to Juan. Because of the delay in receiving the blue shirts, Cynthia is unable to fill a large order and loses$500 in sales.

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