PROPERTY: REAL PROPERTY, LEASES, AND MORTGAGES
1. The most complete bundle of legal rights in real property is a qualified fee simple.
2. If at the end of a life estate the property goes back to the grantor or his heirs, th
CHAPTER 5 Constitutional Grounds for Regulating Business True/False Questions 1. One function of the Constitution is to protect individual rights by limiting the role of government. 2. Commercial speech is given the same level of protection from governmen
LAW: Purposes and Sources
True/ False Questions
1. It is good practice to include in a contract which states law will govern disputes
that arise under the contract.
2. Stare decisis is typically of lesser importance to the Supreme Court in decid
1. Justices serve on final reviewing courts while judges serve on trial and
intermediate level courts.
2. It is the function of the jury to decide the facts that are in dispute in a case.
3. It is unconstitutio
ALTERNATIVES FOR RESOLVING CONTROVERSIES
1. Alice and Ben were involved in a dispute which they resolved on their own
through discussion and compromise with no outside help. This is an example of
2. The United Pip
THE AGREEMENT: OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE
1. If it is unclear whether an offer is for a bi-lateral or unilateral contract, the courts
will assume it is for a unilateral contract.
2. A merchants offer to ship 10 dozen widgets prom
CHAPTER 9 TORTS: INTRODUCTION AND INTENTIONAL TORTS True/False questions 1. The purpose of criminal law is to punish while the purpose of tort law is to compensate the victim. 2. A wrongful act is either a tort or a crime; it cannot be both. 3. A construc
PROPERTY: PERSONAL PROPERTY, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND
1. In law, the term property does not refer to objects, but to the bundle of rights
that someone has with respect to objects.
2. Title to property always requires
ILLEGALITY AND PUBLIC POLICY
1. Courts will not order performance of an executory contract that is for an illegal
2. Courts do not normally order rescission of executory contracts that were formed
for illegal purpo
CHAPTER 8 CRIMINAL LAW AND BUSINESS True/False Questions 1. Crimes such as murder and rape, which are recognized as heinous in all civilizations, are examples of malum prohibitum crimes. 2. The function of the grand jury is to decide the guilt or innocenc
CONTRACT PERFORMANCE, NONPERFORMANCE, AND DISCHARGE
1. A contract clause that states that a buyer will purchase a new home only if (s)he
can get financing under 6.5% is an example of a contract with a condition
1. A plaintiff must have minimum contacts with a state in order to file suit there.
2. The process of questioning potential jurors in jury selection is called voir dire.
3. Peremptory challenges (or strikes) may n
CONTRACTUAL CAPACITY AND GENUINE ASSENT
1. Minors may only avoid executory, not executed, contracts.
2. Contracts entered into by alcoholics are void.
3. If a minor ratifies a contract before the age of majority, he gives u
CHAPTER 10 TORTS: NEGLIGENCE AND STRICT LIABILITY True/False Questions 1. The majority of tort cases filed in United States courts are based on negligence, not on intentional torts. 2. A common carrier is an insurer of both the goods and the passengers it
1. To meet the element of consideration, each party to a contract must gain a legal
benefit and incur a legal detriment.
2. Legal detriments always entail economic losses.
3. Courts may look into
INTRODUCTION TO CONTRACTS AND REMEDIES
1. Contracts in which both sides have completely performed their duties are
2. A contract entered into by a minor is voidable at the option of the minor.
3. Quantum meruit r
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What is Law?
4. Exercise of authority
6. Enforcement of others rights
7. Social control
8. Government Intervention
9. Rebuke of anarchy
10.Enforcement of morals
1. Should the mother go to jail for her actions?
I believe the mother should go to jail for her actions. According to the one bite rule and the provided
information of the case, the mother had stated that her son had been bit before and this would go past
FORM AND INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACTS
1. An oral agreement to hire a person for two years is not enforceable.
2. An oral agreement to lease an apartment for two years is not enforceable.
3. A contract for the sale of growing
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