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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. principle of comity
  2. confiscation
  3. felony
  4. equitable remedies
  5. civil law
  1. a one nation will defer and give effect to laws and judicial decrees of another country as long as they are consistent
  2. b a crime more serious than a misdemeanor and punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or death
  3. c -rescission and restitution(returning previously conveyed)
    -specific performance(no other alternative)
    -reformation(rewrite contract with proper intent)
  4. d branch of law dealing with the definition and enforcement of all private or public rights as opposed to criminal matters
  5. e taking property for no public purpose but for own benefit

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. take what was received but sure for the difference that was originally in contract
  2. -what was said
    -how the party acted/appeared
    -circumstances surrounding transaction
  3. right to not talk and to be informed of constitutional rights
  4. duty to mitigate damages
  5. when the evidence is beyond a reasonable doubt

5 True/False questions

  1. three sources of international law-international customs(known practices and values of country)
    -treaties and international agreements(supreme court-import
    taxes)
    -international organization(adopt resolutions, declarations)

          

  2. contractcontract could never be enforced

          

  3. remedies if contract is breached-compensatory(out of pocket)
    -consequential(foreseeable losses)
    -punitive(not recoverable)
    -nominal(small)

    liquidated damages(agreed amount beforehand)

          

  4. criminal lawlaw that defines and governs actions that constitute crimes. generally criminal law has to do with wrongful actions committed against society for which society demands redress
    -state prosecutes crimes b/c held at a higher standard with risk of life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness

          

  5. embezzlementa crime less serious than a felony; under a year