← Chapter 3 Test
3 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- A motion __________ asserts that there are no factual disputes to be decided by the jury, and that the judge should apply the relevant law to the undisputed facts and decide the case; this motion can be made by either party, and is supported by evidence outside of the pleadings, including affidavits from the parties and witnesses, documents related to the litigation, and depositions.
- People who were not in the original case, come forth with interest in lawsuit and become parties.
- A motion __________ alleges that if all of the facts presented in the pleadings are true, and if the proper law is applied to the facts, the moving party is entitled to win the lawsuit.
2 True/False Questions
Murder → What is the only issue that does not have a statute of limitation?
Conciliation → ___________, a form of alternative dispute resolution, is often used when the disputing parties refuse to face each other in an adversarial setting.