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24.Asking a buyer to break their existing contract with another supplier is tortious interference.(A) True(B) False
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Answer : (A)
25.To establish the tort of false imprisonment, there must have been some physical harm.
26.There are three invasion of privacy torts.
27.The use of someone's voice for commercial purposes without their permission is appropriation.
28.The use of someone's photo for commercial purposes without their permission is invasion ofprivacy.(A) True(B) FalseAnswer : (A)
29.A newspaper photographer entering a delivery room and taking a picture of Julia Robertsdelivering her twins has invaded her privacy.
30.A newspaper running a picture of Julia Roberts' twins has invaded her privacy.
31.Speeding is a breach of duty for negligence purposes.
32.The failure to follow industry code is a breach of duty.(A) True(B) FalseAnswer : (A)
33.Driving with brakes in need of replacement is not a breach of duty.
34.A breach of duty can still be established for negligence cases even when the defendant hascomplied with the law.
35.Proximate cause is the same thing as causation.
36.The purpose of causation is to tie the breach of duty to the resulting injury.(A) True
(B) FalseAnswer : (A)
37.Contributory negligence, if established, is a complete defense to negligence.
38.Comparative negligence, if established, is a complete defense to negligence.
39.Assumption of risk is a complete defense to negligence.
40.The Palsgrafcase expanded the notion of causation.(A) True(B) FalseAnswer : (B)
41."Negligence in the air" is the standard of liability the Palsgrafcase established.
42.Businesses are never liable for criminal activity on their premises.
43.Assumption of risk is not a defense unless there was full information prior to the risk beingassumed.
44.A landowner who sets traps on his property to injure or kill anyone entering his property doesnot violate any landowner duty.(A) True(B) FalseAnswer : (B)
45.The reasonable and prudent person standard is not used for establishing contributorynegligence.

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