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Final Test Practice
Part A: MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement
or answers the question.
1. Which of the following statements is FALSE?
a) the standard of proof is lower in a civil law case than in a crimin
1. What is a tort?
It is a civil wrong. Wrongful conduct. A harm caused by one person to another, other
than through breach of contract and for which the law provides a remedy.
Trespass to land
Deceit or fraud
2. What are punitive damages?
An agent is a person who can affect the legal
relations of another person called the principal.
The extent to which an agent can affect the
legal relations of the principal depends on the
authority (or power) the agent has.
There are two
95) Distinguish a crime from a tort.
They both involve conduct that is inherently wrong or unacceptable. However,
criminal process involves prosecution by the state and punishment of the wrongdoer,
whereas a tort involves a process whereby the inj