Law on Sales
1.Unless there is stipulation to the contrary the expenses for the execution or registration of
sale shall be borne by:
The Vendee and Vendor
The agent or broker
2. A offered to sell his lot to
Law on Obligations
1. A is obliged to deliver a Rolex watch to B on December 1, 2009.
Before December 1, 2009, A has to take care of the Seiko watch with the diligence of a good
father of the family.
In case of loss of the Seiko watc
Law on Negotiable Instruments
1.Give the instrument listed herein which is not negotiable as it is beyond the scope of the
Negotiable Instruments Law:
Certificate of Deposit
Post-Office Money Order
Law on Partnership
One of the following is not a characteristic of a contract of partnership
Real, in that the partners must deliver their contributions in order for the partnership contract
to be perfected.
Principal, because it
Law on Partnership
All present properties are contributed
None of the above
Composed of capitalist and industrial partners
Law on Corporation
The nationality of a corporation is determined by the law of its domicile or place of principal
business. The test is known as:
The control theory
The full absorption theory
The incorporation theory
Law on Sales, Agency and Pledge
1.As a rule, this contract of sale involving a piece of land is void,
Between a minor and a capacitated person.
Between two insane persons who did not act during lucid interval
Between first degree cousins
The Adventures of Shamrock Jolnes
By William Sydney Porter
I am so fortunate as to count Shamrock Jolnes, the great New York detective, among my muster
of friends. Jolnes is what is called the "inside man" of the city detective force. He is a
Twas a Dark and Dreary Night
By Patrick F. McManus
Back during my single-digit ages, I often thought about running away
and joining the French Foreign Legion. The uniform was nice, and I liked the
idea of riding horses and camels across the desert. Only o
Tables and Chairs
By Stanley Rutherford
Howard says that
I don't care what Howard says.if Howard wants to say something,
Howard can say if for himself.isn't that right Howie? (glares at
Howard is very shy.
The Walden K
I negate, the standard is Transcendentalism.
Emerson 41- Morality is constitutive of human nature.
(Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Self-Reliance. 1841.)
Virtues are, in the popular estimate, rather the exception than the rule. There is the man and his
By Woody Allen
KAISER: I was sitting in my office, cleaning the debris out of my .38 and
wondering where my next case was coming from. I like being a private
eye, and even though once in a while I've had my gums massaged with
an automobile jack, t
By Christine Emmert
A very large young woman stands before a tiny clear box. SHE is a street entertainer. SHE
surveys the invisible crowd passing her by for a long minute.
SCENE: The Circular Quay at Sydney Harbor
TIME: The present
By Laurel Haines
Every once in a while, I need to take a drag on a cigarette and
remember who I am. I swear to God, if one more person tries to kiss my hand
I think I'll scream. I shouldn't complain. It's a good living. It'
By Robert Fulghum
ED: Most weddings are such comedies. (long pause) Not that they are
intended as such. But since weddings are high state occasions involving
amateurs under pressure, everything NEVER goes right.
(He takes one chair and places it DLC
Babels In Arms
By David Ives
Enter two workers, GORPH: and CANNAPHLIT: Primitive tools hang from their belts. They
are carrying between them an enormous rectangular building stone, maybe five .feet long and
two feet high. They inch slowly toward center wi
By David Ives
Soap opera-like music, as we hear:
Welcome to . . . "All the Days of the World of the
Lives of All of Our Children." Today's episode: "Love
Lights come up on a FRENCH MAITRE D: at a restaurant podium,
By Terrance McNally
The scene opens in an examination room decorated in neutral colors; anonymous-looking. Stage
left there is an examination table, a scale and a cabinet filled with medical equipment. Stage
right there is a desk and two chairs. The
Disney Heroine Round Table or But I
By Peter David
(Transcript of the Disney Heroine Round Table, 1992 Edition, held in King Stefan's Banquet
Hall at Disney World on Dec. 1, 1992, Snow White moderating.)
Well, this is all tremendously exciti
By Ray Romano
When I travel for business now, it's mostly by plane. I have to be honest, I'd
rather drive. Or walk. It's not that I have a phobia about flying, it's that I have a
phobia while I'm flying. Does that make sense? I'm talking about the
Anxiety with Tic Tacs
From Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie
By Jordan Sonnenblick
I don't know about any of you, but when I'm nervous about something, I tend to
think about it all day, unless I come up with a complicated mental trick to distract
me. And eve
The Redneck Night Before Christmas
By Ellen J. Sullivan
A Visit from St. Nicholas also known as The Night Before Christmas was first published
anonymously in 1823. It is largely responsible for the conception of Santa Claus including his
The League of Semi-Superheroes
By Val Smith and Michael Bigelow Dixon
CAROLS VOICE (on the answering machine):
Hello. You have reached the number of the League of SemiSuperheroes. If this is an emergency, please stay on the line and
an operator will pick
A Gaggle of Saints
By Neil LaBute
JOHN: So, okay, there was this big bash.
SUE: A party
JOHN: party, bash, whatever, in the city.
SUE: which really sounded nice, you know.
JOHN: 's expensive.
SUE: I mean, elegant.
A Gaggle of Saints by Neil L
Iphigenia in Orem
By Neil LaBute
I'll tell it once. One time because it deserves to be told, and then never
again. Fair enough? So.where should I.let me see. Alright.
I never used to travel. Never cared