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5 Matching questions

  1. Ownership of Drawings
  2. Adhesion Contract
  3. Consequential Damages
  4. Consideration
  5. Discovery Process
  1. a indirect damages that must be foreseeable to be recovered
  2. b In most circumstances, the architect ultimately retains the rights to the drawings produced for the owner
  3. c exchange of things of value
  4. d when both sides prepare for trial, gather evidence, interview witnesses, hire private investigators, etc.
  5. e a contract that heavily restricts one party while leaving the other free (as some standard form printed contracts)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Licensees are people who enter the land with permission, but without any purpose of conferring circumstantial benefits to landowner: usually a social guest or solicitor.

    Possessors owe licensees reasonable prudence. A duty is triggered when a condition is concealed, and when the condition is known to the defendant: possessor must protect licensees from all known traps on the land.
  2. plaintiff must prove that the defendant actually caused the injury. "BUT FOR" the acts of the defendant this happened
  3. Insurance that covers liability loss exposures arising from a business organization's premisses and operations, its products, or rits completed work. Usually in 1 year segments with a cap of coverage
  4. The standard of behavior expected of a hypothetical "reasonable person"; the standard against which negligence is measured and that must be observed to avoid liability for negligence.
  5. Similar to reasonable person standard, but for specific jobs and careers

5 True/False questions

  1. PartiesThe forced performance of an act under threat, violence, or pressure


  2. Sole Proprietorsomeone who intrudes on the privacy or property of another without permission


  3. Limits on Recovery..., -(1) pretrial
    -(2) trial
    -(3) posttrial


  4. Cost ConditionsIn some cases, if a project is not bid under a guaranteed amount by the designer, the fees will be reduced or eliminated


  5. Statute of LimitationsState law requires certain instruments, such as deeds, real estate sales contracts and certain leases, to be in writing to be legally enforceable


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