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4. Which of the following are the two broad classifications of torts? Select two. a. Criminal wrongs b. Unintentional torts c. Actionable torts d. Intentional torts
5. Because an intentional tort requires intent, a harmful motive is required.
6. A person who commits a tort is known as a:
7. A person who engages in unexcused and harmful or offensive physical contact against someone else has committed :
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8. Match the term to the correct definition: Assault: Any intentional and unexcused threat of immediate harmful or offensive contact. Battery: An unexcused and harmful or offensive physical contact intentionally performed. 9. Stiles is much stronger than Ben. He threatens to beat Ben, then punches him in the face, and knocks out a tooth. Ben will probably bring a lawsuit against Stiles: a. for assault only, because Ben got a tooth knocked out. b. for battery only, because Ben got his tooth knocked out. c. for assault and battery, because there was both a threat and a harmful action.

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