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a. True 176. Chris went to a truck dealership and asks for a truck capable of handling a 4,000 pound load. He asked for the salesperson's recommendation. The salesperson said, "You'll be happy with this one." Relying on the salesperson's choice, Chris bought the truck in question. However, while the truck Chris bought is mechanically sound, it can handle only a 2,500-pound load. Which of the following product liability theories gives Chris his best chance of recovery? a. Breach of implied warranty of fitness. 177. All of the following are factors that courts consider when using the risk-benefit analysis except : a. Existence of an appropriate warning. 178. Ben manufactured a ladder which was sold to Colleen, the wholesaler, who sold it to Stephanie, the retailer who sold it to Annie, the customer. Annie's friend Sally was injured while using the ladder. Sally claims that the ladder was defectively manufactured. Under these circumstances, which of the parties could be liable under product liability principles? a. Ben, Colleen, and Stephanie only. 179. Michael bought a lawnmower from Thomas Tractor, Inc. Michael later lost his left eye after the lawnmower's blade flew off the mower and hit him in the face while Michael was mowing his front lawn. Under the circumstances, a. Thomas Tractor, Inc. will likely be strictly liable for Michael's injury. 180. Assumption of the risk: a. May decrease a plaintiff's monetary damages in a strict liability case. 181. Caroline loans Patrick her lawn mower for the weekend so that he can mow his lawn. This is not a bailment because no consideration was given. a. False 182. A person who accepts a bailment (the bailee) owes a duty to protect the property and to return it upon the completion of the bailment. a. True 183. Grandma told Emily that she would give Emily her garnet ring, but never did so. A court would probably find that Grandma made a gift of the ring to Emily. a. False 184. Property rights are protected by the U.S. Constitution a. True 185. Copyrights and trademarks are intangible property. a. True 186. Johnny discovered a bicycle parked on his driveway when he woke up on Saturday morning. The bicycle had no license tag and no way of identifying the owner. a. Johnny may be deemed to be a constructive bailee of the bicycle. 187. A bailee of personal property must: a. Preserve the property and return the property at the termination of the bailment. 188. A bookshelf in a bookstore is:
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a. Personal property if it is moveable, and real property if it is not moveable 189. Andrea took her leather coat to Colorado Cleaners to be dry-cleaned. When she returned five days later to pick it up, the Cleaners told her that the coat was lost. Although the coat had a value of $350, the claim ticket stated that any lost or damaged articles had a limit of liability of $20. a. Such a contractual provision is binding only in the absence of negligent handling of the property. 190. Evan used a ten dollar bill to purchase a $5 item at the university dining hall. He placed his wallet on the counter while he waited for his change. When the clerk gave Evan the change, he put the change in his pocket and walked out of the store, leaving his wallet on the counter. Alex, a customer in the dining hall, noticed the wallet and picked it
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