Eaten five muffins and not eating his sixth feeling a

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eaten five muffins, and not eating his sixth, feeling a sharp object in the muffins shows he has knowledge and went ahead and ate the muffin, he voluntarily chose to encounter that risk. A is incorrect, since privity is not required. (see McPherson v. Buick) B and C are incorrect since Paul is suing under the theory of strict liability in tort. The correct answer is: Paul felt something sharp in the muffin before he placed it in his mouth.
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Flag questionQuestion textIf Paul also sues The Bakery (the bakery that actually made the muffins) for products liability, which of the following facts, if proven, would hinder Paul's chances of prevailing?
Question 7CorrectMark 1.00 out of 1.00Flag questionQuestion textQuestions 7 and 8 are based on the following: Mickey McGee was the highestscoring baseball player in 2010. A web design company downloaded a color picture of him at the height of his bestever home run hit. This personal image of the player was superimposed over a pair of Cheape sport shoes. A salesman for the web design company told Cheape that McGee had approved the sponsorship. McGee was totally unaware that the image had been made. Cheape made no verification to determine if the player had actually agreed to the advertisement. Because of this, McGee lost many
similar product endorsement contracts with other endorsers. If McGee brings suit against Cheape for defamation he will:

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