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5 Matching questions

  1. Negligence has how many elements to prove a prima facie case
  2. Arraignment
  3. Quitclaim deed
  4. Police power
  5. White-collar crimes
  1. a initial step in a criminal prosecution; the defendant is brought before the court to hear the charges and enter a plea
  2. b a deed that conveys the grantor's complete interest or claim in real property but that does not warrant that the title is valid
  3. c 4 elements
  4. d nonviolent crimes committed by corporations or individuals; embezzlement, bribery, fraud, and violations of federal and state laws regulating business
  5. e 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 Multiple choice questions

  1. for failing to inspect or test the materials, for below-normal-quality workmanship, or for failing to discover possible defects
  2. a tenancy with two or more co-owners who take identical interests by the same instrument and with the same right of possession
  3. generally, the legal right of ownership; under the UCC, title is determined by rules regarding identifiable interest in the goods
  4. a method by which one obtains the right to property by following specific rules under which a nonowner may be declared to be the lawful owner. This normally requires open possession of the property and restraining others from use of the property for a period of time required by state law and may require payment of property taxes; Easement by prescription
  5. an act of fraud using the Postal Service, as in making false representations through the mail to exploit another party

5 True/False questions

  1. Money launderingis the act of transferring illegally obtained money through legitimate people or accounts so that its original source cannot be traced; a federal crime that is often involved in illegal international transactions


  2. RICOa conveyance of realty; a writing signed by a grantor, whereby title to realty is transferred from one to another


  3. Economic espionagewhen commercial trade secrets are stolen for use by a competitor; this is specifically in violation of federal law


  4. Entrapmenta 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. Zoninga servitude that gives the right to pasture cattle, dig for minerals, or otherwise take away some part of the soil