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  1. Failure to warn
  2. The largest body of Civil Law is
  3. Life Estatepur autrie vie
  4. Conditional privilege
  5. Negligence
  1. a 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
  2. b in order to prove a prima facie case one must prove there was a duty; breach of duty; the breach was the proximate cause of the damages. There must be actual damage
  3. c TORT law
  4. d in product liability cases, when a producer is found liable in tort for not warning consumers of dangers the producer know existed or should have known existed
  5. e A gives a life estate to B as measured by the life of C. When C dies the life estate ends.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. losses suffered by the plaintiff due to reliance on the fraud
  2. is what is owed by every member of society to others-people and property and animals.
  3. in tort law, a defense that when a manufacturer sells a product to a sophisticated buyer, such as another manufacturer, the purchaser is responsible for instructing its employees about the dangers in using the product
  4. a standard adopted in several states in place of proximate clause; jury may hold a defendant liable in tort if it finds that defendant's conduct was a major cause of the injury in question
  5. an intentional false communication, either published or publicly spoken, that injures another's reputation or good name

5 True/False Questions

  1. Design defectwhether an injury to users could have been prevented by designing the product differently

          

  2. The Doctrine of Transferred Intentactus reus and mens rea are proven in evidence law then a conviction results.

          

  3. Implied warrantyan unwritten, un expressed promise or guarantee that a court infers to exist and that accompanies a good

          

  4. Causationan intentional false communication, either published or publicly spoken, that injures another's reputation or good name

          

  5. Grand juryan oral defamation of one's reputation or good name

          

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