Tim and his friend are playing catch in the backyard

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Tim and his friend are playing catch in the backyard when Tim intentionally throws the ball over the fence into the neighbor's yard. This is trespass to real property, even if Tim himself does not go onto the property to get the ball True
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While driving his car five miles over the speed limit, Carl struck Darla, who was jaywalking across the street. Darla sues and when the case comes to trial, the jury determines that Carl was 60% negligent and that Darla was 40% negligent. Darla's damages for injuries are $10,000. If this accident occurred in a state following the comparative negligence theory of recovery, Darla will: Recover $6,000 Rick's driveway has potholes. He has been thrown from his bike several times because of them. If Rick invites his biking friends for a bbq, what must he do to escape liability for any harm to them? telephone his friends to warn them about the potholes the ___ states that the federal government shall provide the accused with a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury 6th amendment There is an est rule in the law of torts that even one who has not created a peril has a duty to take affirmative action to assist an imperiled person, no matter what the relationship with that person, when the imperiled person can be saved from harm at little or no personal risk to the rescuer. false Res ipsa loquitur makes it easier for the defendant to prevail in a negligence action false
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