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5 Matching Questions

  1. The Doctrine of Transferred Intent
  2. Tenancy by Entirety
  3. Reasonable suspicion
  4. Invasion of privacy
  5. In tort law a "reasonable person" is
  1. a whom we compare the conduct of the defendant at the time of the negligent act.
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. d has the same characteristics as a JTWROS, but can only exist as between a husband and wife
  5. e as to what an officer must have in order to approach an

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. a statement that is libel or slander in and of itself and is not cable of an innocent meaning
  2. 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
  3. someone is injured by acts or omissions to act, without regard to proving fault by the one committing the act.
  4. 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
  5. generally, the legal right of ownership; under the UCC, title is determined by rules regarding identifiable interest in the goods

5 True/False Questions

  1. Absolute privilegea defense in a defamation suit affirming that the defendant had an unconditional right to make the statements in question and be fee from litigation


  2. Anti-money launderinga 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


  3. Warranta judicial authorization for the performance of an act that would otherwise be illegal


  4. Deedan 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


  5. Plea bargaina 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


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