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1. A house adjacent to a lake is an example of real property 2. Trespass to land requires that a person enter onto, above, or below the land surface owned by another, or remain on the land owned by another. 3. A real property owner must establish that a person is a trespasser. A guest in your home is typically not a trespasser. 4.
5. You are given permission to use Alvie's land for a one-day, all-terrain vehicle event. Your truck breaks down
6. Jack sees an injured person lying on Frank's property. Jack crosses Frank's property to rescue the injured
7. When you borrow a friend's tablet device and refuse to give it back, you have committed trespass to land.
8. Which of the following acts normally does not
9. Match the term to the correct definition. -Disparagement of property: Occurs when economically injurious falsehoods are made about another’s product or property -Slander of title: Publishing false information about another’s legal ownership of property that results in financial loss to the property’s owner 10. Jane publishes a newsletter casting into doubt Eliza's ownership of her land. Jane has arguably committed:
Worksheet 6.3: Unintentional Torts - Negligence 1. The difference between intentional torts and torts involving negligence is that, in torts involving negligence, the tortfeasor does NOT wish to bring about the consequence of the act, nor does she or he believe it will
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