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5 Matching questions

  1. Racketeering
  2. Landlord
  3. Superseding cause
  4. Intentional torts
  5. Warranty deed
  1. a a wrong committed upon the person or property of another, where the actor is expressly or impliedly judged to have intended to commit the act that led to the injury
  2. b the owner of real property (an estate) that has been leased to another party, the tenant
  3. c if the causal connection to the resulting harm is broken by an intervening act or event
  4. d a pattern of illegal activity that is part of an operation owned or controlled by those engaged in the illegal activity
  5. e a deed containing one or more covenants of title; a deed that expressly guarantees goods, clear title and that contains covenants concerning the quality of title, including defense of title against all claims

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. Total and complete ownership of realty (regardless of a lien(s) against the property existing, such as a mortgage). It is the highest and best form of property ownership.
  3. a formal written charge issued by a grand jury asserting that the named person has committed a crime
  4. a statute setting maximum time periods from the occurrence of an event, during which certain actions can be brought or rights enforced. If an action is not filed before the expiration of that time period, the statute bars the use of the courts for recovery
  5. defendant's response to plaintiff's claim that attacks the plaintiff's legal right to bring the action rather than attacking the truth of the claim

5 True/False questions

  1. Beneficiaryordinary 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. Reasonable carereasonable ground to believe the existence of facts warranting the undertaking of certain actions, such as the arrest or search of a person


  3. Comparative Negligencejuries 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. Tortthe right, enforceable in equity, to the benefical enjoyment of property to which another person holds legal title; a property interest held by one person (trustee) at the request of another (settlor) for the benefit of a third party (beneficiary)


  5. Propertyat law, the right to possess, use, and enjoy a specific thing


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