Under no circumstances only when both parties have an

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under no circumstances. only when both parties have an appealable issue.
6 / 6 pts Question 41 Compare and contrast the ethical philosophies 1) Kant's categorical imperative, and 2) utilitarianism.
10/10/2020 Exam 1: Business Law and Ethics E01 Kant's categorical imperative says that a person should act as if your actions become the universal law. What if everyone did this act?
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8 / 8 pts Question 42 Colorado law requires cars to have mufflers. Mary drives a car on I-25 and her car's muffler falls off. John is also driving his car on I-25, his car hits the muffler, which causes one of his tires to deflate and he loses control of the car, crashes, and John is seriously injured. Can John use the doctrine of "negligence per se" in a suit against Mary because she was driving without a muffler as required by law?
10/10/2020 Exam 1: Business Law and Ethics E01 5 / 6 pts Question 43 Carla files suit against Taylor by filing a Complaint. What are Taylor's options at this point in responding to the Complaint if she want to avoid a default?
21/21 Taylor, can: 1. File an Answer. This is the normal and most common response. 2. File a Motion to Dismiss if the Complaint does not state a claim against Taylor. Quiz Score: 50 out of 60

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