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Module 1 - Reading Quiz
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_____ refers to an act from which an injury is the natural, direct, and uninterrupted consequence (i.e., the breach of duty causes the injury).
Conduct/actions that are beyond the scope of responsibility and authority of the employee are considered Ultra Vires Acts.
_____ means that you did not do something you should have done (i.e., you didn't put out a caution sign to warn customers of the wet floor).
Act of omission
An employer is directly responsible for the negligence of its employee if the employee was acting within the scope of his/her job responsibility. This is known as _____.
_____ damages are intended to punish the wrongdoer for outrageous conduct and to deter such acts in the future.
Which of the following is NOT an example of an inherent relationship?
Athlete and athlete
_____ risks are those that are a normal, integral part of the activity, or risks that cannot be eliminated without changing the nature of the activity itself.
_____ is the body of law that is created by acts of a legislative body.
If three out of the four elements (Duty, Breach of Duty, Damage/Injury, and Proximate Cause) are present, negligence exists.
_____ refers to a responsibility toward others to protect them from unreasonable risk of injury.
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