Chapter 3 Study Quiz
The U.S. Department of Justice is challenging a state law that has legalized marijuana.
The United States must file the suit in that state's highest court.
The state trial court in Nevada has issued a decision in which a party has
Chapter 14 Quiz
F All states require some sort of a written agreement when forming an LLC, with some requiring
a full agreement and others requiring only certain parts of the agreement be in writing.
F In an LLC, owners of the business are called associat
Chapter 10 Quiz
F The doctrine of respondeat superior makes a principal liable for negligent acts of an employeeagent but does not impose liability on the principal for the negligent acts of a nonagent
F An express termination of the agency rela
Chapter 12 Quiz
F Any time that a man and a woman work for the same employer, doing the same job, they must
be paid equally under the Equal Pay Act.
F Affirmative action programs are designed to prevent future discriminatory practices.
F Telling dirty jok
Chapter 8 Quiz
F When a buyer enters into two simultaneous contracts with two different sellers in order to
ensure that the goods they need will be available to them, this is a business tactic called covering.
F If a contract between merchants does not co
Chapter 2 Study Quiz
State governments were not subject to the Bill of Rights restrictions and protections until
the Fourteenth Amendment was passed.
When an appellate court conducts an appeal of a lower court decision they are exercising
the power of
Chapter 4 Study Quiz
F A motion for a summary judgment is generally filed after both sides have presented their cases.
T Professor Mike has just punched a student during a class. Each of the students in attendance
who witnessed the punch may be sent inter
Chapter 15 Quiz
F Day to day management of a corporation is the responsibility of the board of directors.
F Albondigas Corp. is a Spanish corporation formed in Spain with its headquarters in Madrid. In
the U.S., Albondigas Corp. would be referred to as a
Chapter 9 Study Quiz
F A plane flying from New York to Paris has crashed into the Atlantic Ocean with no survivors.
The plane's flight recorder is under two miles of water and cannot be recovered. The weather was
clear, the pilots were rested and competen
Chapter 7 Quiz
F You are a contractor and you have just installed a wood deck for a customer. The contract calls
for a payment of $5,000 upon satisfactory completion. The customer is satisfied, but states that
they cannot pay now but will pay when they ge
Chapter 6 Quiz
F Scienter must be proven to successfully bring a case of innocent misrepresentation.
F Should an adult find out that they have entered into a contract with a minor; the adult may
disaffirm the contract if they do so before the minor reache
Legal Environment of Business - Exam 3 (M)
What are the elements of a binding contract?
A. Offer, acceptance, consideration, and assent
B. Acceptance, consideration, assent, and legal object
C. Agreement, offer, acceptance, and consideration
that some hundreds, mostly unintelligent foreigners,
replied in the affirmative. Of English-speaking men and
women, 1,499 answered the question quoted above in the
affirmative. Of foreigners (naturally unintelligent), 185
returned affirmative answers. Thi
the sake of argument), then the effect may take place (1)
on Bs emotions, producing a vague malaise and gloom;
(2) on his motor nerves, urging him to some act; (3) or
may translate itself into his senses, as a touch felt, a voice
heard, a figure seen; or
VI. I may briefly add an experiment of December 21,
1897. A gentleman had recently come from England to
the Scottish town where Miss Angus lives. He dined with
her family, and about 10.15 to 10.30 P.M. she proposed
to look in the glass for a scene or pers
appearances as Mr. Tylor tells us about could be shown to
be too frequent for mere chance to produce, then there
would be a presumption in favour of some unknown
faculties in our nature a proper theme for anthropology.
The hallucinations of which we hear
The non-coincidental hallucinations were multiplied by
four, to allow for forgetfulness of misses. The results
being compared, it was decided that the hallucinations
collected coincided with death 440 more often than ought
to be the case by the law of pro
grey brocade, without a ruff. The costume corresponds
well (as we found) with that of 1546, and I said, I
suppose it is Mariotte Ogilvy to whom Miss Anguss
historical knowledge (and perhaps that of the general
public) did not extend. Mariotte was the Card
select affirmative cases already known, or (which is
equally fatal) will be suspected of doing so. Again,
illusions of memory, increasing the closeness of the
coincidence, will come in or it will be easy to say that
they came in. Allowances for them will
my own lifelong success in mislaying, losing, and
casually destroying papers, from cheques to notes made
for literary purposes, from interesting letters of friends to
the manuscripts of novelists, or if I may judge by Sir
Walter Scotts triumphs of the sam
Another lady, Miss H., who was present, laughed at the
whole thing, especially when Miss insisted on holding
my hand and patting her other hand on my forehead!
Miss H. in a scornful manner took up a book, and,
crossing to the other side of the room, left
round and looked out of the window at the sea, and said,
I saw a ship so distinctly I thought it must be a
reflection. She looked in the ball again, and said, It is a
large ship, and it is passing a huge rock with a lighthouse
on it. I cant see who are on
early philosophy of Animism. Now, certainly, the
hallucination of a persons presence, say at the moment
of his death at a distance, would suggest to a savage that
something of the dying mans, something symbolised in
the word shadow, or breath (spiritus),
India. It is not maintained, of course, that the picture was
of a prophetic character.
The following examples have some curious and unusual
features. On Wednesday, February 2, 1897, Miss Angus
was looking in the crystal, to amuse six or seven people
reasoner to believe that he was not the only owner of a
separable soul: that other people were equally gifted.
The sense, as of separation, which a savage dreamer or
seer would feel after a dream or vision in which he visited
remote places, would satisfy
brother to sister; 5, sister to sister; 6, cousin (living in the
same house) to cousin; 7, friend (living a mile away) to
two friends. In no case was there a death-coincidence.
Only in case 4 was there any kind of coincidence, the
brother having intended
evidence of many modern observers in all ranks of life,
and all degrees of culture, from Lord Brougham to an old
As to hallucinations coincident with the death of the
person apparently seen, Mr. Tylor says: Narratives of
this class I can here only
The Woi Worung, an Australian tribe, hold that the
Murup [wraith] of an individual could be sent from him
by magic, as, for instance, when a hunter incautiously
went to sleep when out hunting. In this case the hunter is
exposed to the magic of his enemies
suggest no reasonable inference as to the continued
existence of the dead. On the other hand, the new studies
have raised the perhaps insoluble question, Do not
hallucinations of the sane, representing the living,
coincide more frequently than mere luck c
interesting to them and, in a secondary degree, to others
who know them can thus be procured; but strangers are
left to the same choice of doubts as in all reports of
psychological experiences, chromatic audition, views of
coloured numerals, and the other