5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Sovereign immunity
- Lex Loci Contractus
- Remedy at Law
- Mandatory Law
- Remedy in Equity
- a Insulates a government from tort liability.
- b Primary law to the extent that it relates to the facts and issues of the pending case; it must be followed in the pending case.
- c The law of the State where the last act occured which was required to create a binding contract.
- d Typically requests a specific act.
- e Typically seeks monetary damages.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Example: Negligence; or based upon strict liability
- A case where there are no applicable statutes and no precedents in the case law of the jurisdiction.
- Prohibits States from making or enforcing any laws which diminish the privileges and immunities of any citizen; requires due process of law and equal protection under the law.
- Relates to the recognition of the public acts of one nation by another nation.
- Fashioned by courts to achieve fairness when legal remedies are inadequate.
5 True/False Questions
Lex Loci Solutionis → The law of the State where the last act occured which was required to create a binding contract.
U.S. District Court Exclusive Jurisdiction → Over actions involving two or more states.
Express Contract → Written contract specifically stating the terms of the agreement
Appellate Jurisdiction → Means that no other court has the power of hear this type of case.
Federal Magistrate Court → Assists the U.S. District Court in areas such as minor cases if the parties consent; conducting preliminary hearings in criminal cases and conducting pretrial conferences in federal civil case.