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  1. Strict Liability relates to Product Liability and provides (vicarious liability) a remedy when
  2. Plea bargain
  3. Liens
  4. Racketeering
  5. Joint and several liability
  1. a liability that a person or business either shares with other torfeasors or bears individually
  2. b a claim or encumbrance on property for payment of some debt, obligation, or duty. Qualified right that a creditor has in or over specific property of a debtor as security for the debt or for performance of some act
  3. c someone is injured by acts or omissions to act, without regard to proving fault by the one committing the act.
  4. d a negotiated agreement between a prosecutor and a criminal defendant for the defendant to plead guilty to a lesser offense or to only one of multiple charges in exchange for concessions such as a lighter sentence or a dismissal of the other charges
  5. e a pattern of illegal activity that is part of an operation owned or controlled by those engaged in the illegal activity

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a voluntary agreement, implied or expressed, to submit to a proposition or act of another
  2. physical harm to real property committed by a tenant. May occur whether intentional or negligent and may include the failure to maintain or repair property
  3. the standard which one must observe to avoid liability for negligence; often includes the duty to foresee harm that could result from certain actions
  4. refers to a time period, usually set by statute, required to meet an obligation or to be met for a right to exist
  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. Comparative negligencedefendant'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

          

  2. Entrapmenta formal written charge issued by a grand jury asserting that the named person has committed a crime

          

  3. Actual maliceinformation that is substantially relevant to the consideration of a contract or to securities or to the decision made in a trial

          

  4. Warrantyan assurance or guaranty, either expressed in the form of a statement by a seller of goods or implied by law, having reference to and ensuring the character, quality, or fitness of purpose of the goods

          

  5. Causationthe causing or producing of an effect; in laws, something that may be related to legal consequences