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A. Liability N. Premise Liability/Trespass B. Accountability O. Disparagement/Conversion C. Responsibility P. Covenant/CCRAA D. Accredited Form Q. Negligence/Misrepresentation E. Court Authorized Form R. Stuckee/Stuckor F. Standard Form S. Lessee/Lessor G. Interrogation T. Lessor/Lessee H. Revision U. Plaintiff/Defendant I. Investigation V. Size/Measurements J. Measurement W. Conditions/Suitability K. Standardization X. Expenses/Accounting L. Digitalization Y. Safety/Receipt M. Approximation Z. Upkeep/Utensils 11. The California State Trial court entered a(n) _________ favor of ______.12. Appellate Court explained that an element to prove the tort offraud in inducement includes ________.13. Appellate Court stated the tort of negligent misrepresentationdoes not include proof of a(n)______ to defraud.14. Appellate Court explained that a defrauded party may chooseto __________ the lease agreement or may choose to sue on the lease contract and claim _________ for breach of the contract fraud.15. Appellate Court stated that Lessee was _________ by Octagon to accept their representations of size of premises and that Octagon knew or should have known that those representations were ___________ 16. The State Court of Appeals the lease language in paragraphs 2.1 and 2.4 operate as a(n) __________ in the contract so as to insulate Octagon from liability for misrepresentation in the contract. in by 23
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17. The State Court of Appeals stated that the California Civil Code provides that “contracts which have for their object, directly or indirectly, to exempt anyone from responsibility for his own fraud, whether willful or negligent, are against” ________ and are therefor illegal.18. State Court of Appeals, relying on the precedent case of E. H. Morrill v. State of California and Furla v. Jon Douglas Co., stated Lessee had ___________ on the representations regarding size made by Octagon.19. The State Court of Appeals stated that an implied covenant ofgood faith and fair dealing in a contract “imposes upon each partya duty of good faith and fair dealing in its performance and its enforcement” but is not applicable to parties in the __________ proceedings prior to reaching an agreement. 20. The State Court of Appeals stated that Octagon had a(n) __________ for obtaining Lessee’s credit report and thus did not violate the California CCRAA statute. A. State Public PolicyN. Legitimate business reasonB. U.S. ConstitutionO. Mandated/AdhesionC. Implied CovenantP. Induced/FalseD. Justifiability ReliedQ. Required/ApproximateE. AgreedR. Verdict/$90,000F. Knowledge of falsityS. Judgment/LessorG. DisclosureT. Judgment/LesseeH. NegligenceU. Breach/TortI. NegotiationV. Enforce/NegateJ. SettlementW. Rescind/DamagesK. LitigationX. Discharge/LossL. Arbitration ClauseY. Positive/AssertionM. Exculpatory ClauseZ. IntentBLR 235 Quiz # 12
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