5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- The Doctrine of Transferred Intent
- Tenancy by Entirety
- Reasonable suspicion
- Invasion of privacy
- In tort law a "reasonable person" is
- a whom we compare the conduct of the defendant at the time of the negligent act.
- b the result of action or inaction is transferred to the actual victim. A swings his fist at B (intending to strike B0 but B ducks and A hits C, C is the victim and the intent to strike B is transferred to C so C can recover damages.
- c in tort, the encroachment on the right of a person to their solitude, the appropriation of a person's reputation for commercial purposes, or the public disclosure of facts that the person had a legal right to keep private
- d has the same characteristics as a JTWROS, but can only exist as between a husband and wife
- e as to what an officer must have in order to approach an
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a statement that is libel or slander in and of itself and is not cable of an innocent meaning
- physical harm to real property committed by a tenant. May occur whether intentional or negligent and may include the failure to maintain or repair property
- someone is injured by acts or omissions to act, without regard to proving fault by the one committing the act.
- an assurance or guaranty, either expressed in the form of a statement by a seller of goods or implied by law, having reference to and ensuring the character, quality, or fitness of purpose of the goods
- generally, the legal right of ownership; under the UCC, title is determined by rules regarding identifiable interest in the goods
5 True/False Questions
Absolute privilege → a defense in a defamation suit affirming that the defendant had an unconditional right to make the statements in question and be fee from litigation
Anti-money laundering → a federal statute that provides detailed instructions for judges to determine appropriate sentences for federal crimes; it includes factors such as the nature of the crime and the history of the defendant
Warrant → a judicial authorization for the performance of an act that would otherwise be illegal
Deed → 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
Plea bargain → a negotiated agreement between a prosecutor and a criminal defendant for the defendant to plead guilty to a lesser offense or to only one of multiple charges in exchange for concessions such as a lighter sentence or a dismissal of the other charges