Unit 08 Homework
1. Statements obviously made in jest do not constitute offers. TRUE
2. In determining whether an offer has been made, the real intent of the offeror
counts rather than the apparent intent. FALSE
3. Most advertisements are offe
Discuss the Florida shoplifting statute and the public policy reasons behind it
Discuss the Florida bad check statute
Describe basic criminal procedure
1. The rule is that a mistaken belief of fact will excuse criminal r
1. Discuss intra family immunity
2. Discuss sovereign immunity
3. Distinguish exculpatory agreements from hold-harmless agreements
4. Discuss vicarious liability and independent contractors
5. Discuss the Florida Dog Bite statute
Unit 12 Homework
1. Discuss the distinctions between a general warranty deed, special warranty
deed, and quitclaim deed.
2. Discuss the recording of mortgages and deeds.
3. Define easements.
4. Discuss the duties of landlords and tenants and
BUL 5810 Fall, 2015
Woodyard & Gonzalez
Please make sure you answer the first 10 questions in the format below. Submit your completed exam by 8:00am, Monday,
October 12, 2015, via e-mail.
Which of the following is a correct s
Benefits for Domestic Partners
In todays legal environment the plaintiff would most likely win his case. After the SCOTUS 2015 decision
in the Obergefell vs. Hodges case found that any ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional employers can
Does the NCAA have to afford its members procedural due process?
No, the NCAA does not have to afford its members procedural due process as I will evidence below. The
referenced material is a little wordy but it does a great job of explai
For an answer to this question of liability I have decided to follow the Liability for Defective
Incorporation under the MBCA which states that Managers and shareholders who both participate in
the operational decisions of the business, and know that
Hooters and the toy Yoda
A waitress claims her manager told the waitresses that whoever sold the most beer during the month
would have her name placed in a drawing, with the prize being a new Toyota. She was told she won and
was led to
The employer would most likely win his challenge to the regulation based on his assertion that the
agency's action was ultra vires.
In the case of TRACY RAGSDALE, et al., PETITIONERS v. WOLVERINE WORLD WIDE, INC. [March 19, 2002]
a very similar question t