5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Slander has how many elements to prove a prima facie case
- Real property
- a an intentional misrepresentation of a material fact designed to induce the person receiving the miscommunication to rely upon it to her detriment, so that loss is suffered; intentional misrepresentation
- b the intentional un-allowed touching of another
- c 2 elements
- d land, the products of land and property that cannot be moved
- e the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of public or legal duties
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the legal standard required to: obtain a search or arrest warrant; to make an arrest if a crime was committed before an officer of the law; and, to bind someone over for trial at a preliminary hearing on the charge(s).
- a life estate is best explained by the following: A gives to B a life estate in greenacre for and during her natural life. B is the life tenant who is required to maintain greenacre and not commit waste on or of the property. When B dies the property reverts back to A or his estate.
- losses suffered by the plaintiff due to reliance on the fraud
- permits each such tenant use and occupancy of the entire property and does not indicate the amount of interest each tenant owns, meaning each tenant has an undivided interest in the entire realty
- in tort law, a rule that when an activity involves a risk of serious harm, strict liability will be imposed when any harm is caused to other persons or property
5 True/False Questions
Embezzlement → statutory offense when a person fraudulently appropriates for her own use the property or money entrusted to her by another
Indictment → the right to use the property of another in a particular manner. Most commonly, this is a right of access to cross one piece of property to reach another piece of property or the right to have utilities go across, on, or under property. It is a right that is said to "run with the land."
Zoning → when the land in an area, usually a city, is divided into categories according to the kinds of structures that may be built, the purposes of the use of the land, and other regulations that may apply to different parcels of property
Servitudes → a burden that rests on one estate for the benefit of another
Absolute privilege → a defense in defamation cases affirming that the defendant published on good faith or as part of a duty to publish; it protects the defendant in a case that may otherwise be actionable