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5 Matching questions

  1. Actus reus
  2. Implied warranty
  3. Assumption of risk
  4. Damages
  5. Entrapment
  1. a an unwritten, un expressed promise or guarantee that a court infers to exist and that accompanies a good
  2. b guilty act; the wrongful deed that constitutes the physical component of a crime; usually must be joined with mens rea to establish criminal liability
  3. c losses suffered by the plaintiff due to reliance on the fraud
  4. d 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
  5. e common-law doctrine under which a plaintiff may not recover for the injuries or damages that result from an activity in which the plaintiff willingly participated

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. in products liability, a claim that tort liability should be assigned to a producer for injuries suffered by a consumer due to a defect or hazard in a product that was not known by the producer at the time the product was made
  2. a defamation that is in the form of printing, writing, pictures, or broadcast on radio or television
  3. any Governmental body
  4. an act of fraud using the Postal Service, as in making false representations through the mail to exploit another party
  5. a general power of the states to enact laws to protect public safety, health, and order so long as due process and equal protection are not violated

5 True/False questions

  1. Failure to warnin product liability cases, when a producer is found liable in tort for not warning consumers of dangers the producer know existed or should have known existed


  2. Tortan injury or wrong committed with or without force against another person or his property; a civil wrong that is a breach of a legal duty owed by the person who commits the tort to the victim of the tort


  3. Affirmative defensejuries 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. Briberythe offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of public or legal duties


  5. Statute of limitationsactus reus and mens rea are proven in evidence law then a conviction results.