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5 Matching questions

  1. Misrepresentation
  2. Comparative negligence
  3. False imprisonment
  4. Comparative Negligence
  5. Ultrahazardous activity
  1. a words or conduct by a person to another that, under the circumstances, amount to a false statement
  2. b in tort law, a rule that when an activity involves a risk of serious harm, strict liability will be imposed when any harm is caused to other persons or property
  3. c juries are permitted to compare the levels of negligence to determine if Plaintiff was in any manner at fault for the injuries s/he sustained, and if so then reduce a verdict by the amount
  4. d a defense to negligence whereby the plaintiff's damages are reduced by the proportion his fault bears to the total injury he has suffered
  5. e the intentional detention or restraint of an individual by another

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a law-enforcement officer's inducement of a person to commit a crime, by fraud or undue persuasion, in an attempt to bring a criminal prosecution against that person
  2. the relationship exists between contracting parties
  3. losses suffered by the plaintiff due to reliance on the fraud
  4. land, the products of land and property that cannot be moved
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. Estateordinary care; the degree of care that a reasonable person can be expected to exercise to avoid harm reasonably foreseeable if such care is not taken

          

  2. Privitya servitude that gives the right to pasture cattle, dig for minerals, or otherwise take away some part of the soil

          

  3. Privilegein tort law, the ability to act contrary to another's legal right without that party having legal redress for the consequences of that act; usually raised as a defense

          

  4. Negligencein 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

          

  5. There are types of PleasNegligence, Intentional, Strict Liability

          

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