5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Superseding cause
- Material fact
- Probable cause
- Negligence has how many elements to prove a prima facie case
- In tort law a "reasonable person" is
- a the legal standard required to: obtain a search or arrest warrant; to make an arrest if a crime was committed before an officer of the law; and, to bind someone over for trial at a preliminary hearing on the charge(s).
- b if the causal connection to the resulting harm is broken by an intervening act or event
- c whom we compare the conduct of the defendant at the time of the negligent act.
- d information that is substantially relevant to the consideration of a contract or to securities or to the decision made in a trial
- e 4 elements
5 Multiple choice questions
- a statement that is libel or slander in and of itself and is not cable of an innocent meaning
- 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
- a serious class of crime that may be punishable by imprisonment in excess of one year or death
- in tort, an independent cause that comes between the original wrongful act and the injury that relieves liability that would otherwise exist for the original act
- "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt.
5 True/False questions
Lease → an agreement, usually a contract, that gives the right to a party to take exclusive possession of property for a specific time for a certain payment. This normally creates a landlord and tenant relationship
Police power → an agreement, usually a contract, that gives the right to a party to take exclusive possession of property for a specific time for a certain payment. This normally creates a landlord and tenant relationship
Libel → an 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
Omission → the amount, nature and quality of a person's interest in land or other property
Racketeering → a pattern of illegal activity that is part of an operation owned or controlled by those engaged in the illegal activity