1. Match each term in Column A with the appropriate statement in Column B.
Plaintiff - c
Venue - a
Beyond a reasonable doubt
Preponderance Of the evidence
Vior dire examination
INTRODUCTION TO TORTS AND INTENTIONAL TORTS
Compensatory damages - a sum of money the court imposes on a defendant as compensation for the
plaintiff because the defendant has injured the plaintiff by breach of legal duty.
Instruments Act, 1881
Object of the Act
Instruments Act is to legalise the system by
which instruments contemplated by it could
pass from hand to hand by negotiation like
any other goods. The purpose of the Act
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Probability and Statistic
ELECTION OF 1970
December 7, 1970, was a unique day for Pakistan. For the
first time since independence in 1947, the voters were
called upon to elect members of a National Assembly by
Ten days later, on December 17, they trekked to the pollin
WHO ARE LEADERS AND
WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?
Leader- Someone who can influence
others and who has managerial
Leadership- is what leaders do. Its a
process of leading a group and
influencing that group to achieve its
WHAT IS MOTIVATION?
Is the process by which a persons efforts
are energized, directed, and sustained
toward attaining a goal.
Energy- is a measure of intensity, drive,
Direction- Effort thats directed toward
Genocide in Bangladesh, 1971
Mass killing of the people in East Pakistan by the then
Pakistan occupation army and their collaborators
during theWAR OF LIBERATIONin 1971.
No definite survey has yet been made to ascertain the
exact number o
Incorporation of a Company
The persons who conceive an idea of a company decide and
do the necessary work for formation of a company are called
the promoters of the Company.
The Promoters are the persons who decide on the formation of
Which of the following is a characteristic of the crime control model of criminal justice?
a. Focus on the rights of defendants
b. Concern for efficiency and protecting society
c. The process resembles an obstacle course for the prosecution and
Chapter 4 Revision
What is the US Constitution?
Ans = It is a series of compromises about power (drafted in 1787)
What are the first ten Amendments to the constitution referred to as?
Ans = The bill of rights (adopted in 1791)
What liberties does the bill
Chapter 10 Revision Notes
What makes behavior criminal?
Ans = BECAUSE A LEGISLATIVE BODY HAS DECLARED IT TO BE SO
A lawsuit begins by plaintiff filing a petition/complaint is which type of law?
Includes depositions, requests for production of documents, i
Chapter 25 Revision
What is an agent?
Ans = The person who acts on behalf of or for another person
What is a principle?
Ans = The person who controls the agent
What are the types of principles?
Ans = The disclosed principle. The partially disclosed princi