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Law 12 Chapter 11
Plaintiff
Defendant
Tort Law
Family Law
the person or party that initiates the lawsuit.
the party that must respond to the lawsuit.
injuries or harm created by one person to another's body, rep…
personal disputes that involve marriage, divorce, child custo…
Plaintiff
the person or party that initiates the lawsuit.
Defendant
the party that must respond to the lawsuit.
15 terms
Street Law Chapter 11
Arson
Vandalism
Larency
Shoplifting
the willful and malicious burning of a person's property
willful destruction of, or damage to, the property of another
the unlawful taking and carrying away of the property of anot…
the crime of taking items from a store without paying or inte…
Arson
the willful and malicious burning of a person's property
Vandalism
willful destruction of, or damage to, the property of another
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Street Law Chapter 11
Alibi
DNA evidence
Infancy
Intoxication
evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
biological evidence
Defense that Children under the age of 8 are considered to be…
Defense that the defendant was too drunk or high at the time…
Alibi
evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
DNA evidence
biological evidence
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Business Law - Chapter 11
Competent Party
Contractual Capacity
Minor
Age of Majority
A person capable of understanding the meaning of a contract
Ability to make a valid contract
Person who has not yet reached the age of majority
Legally recognized as an adult
Competent Party
A person capable of understanding the meaning of a contract
Contractual Capacity
Ability to make a valid contract
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Law Education Chapter 11 and 12
alibi
DNA evidence
infancy defense
intoxication defense
an excuse that shows someone was not at a crime scene
Biological evidence derived from testing samples of human tis…
children under a specified age shall not be tried for their c…
claim at the time of crime they were so drunk on alcohol or h…
alibi
an excuse that shows someone was not at a crime scene
DNA evidence
Biological evidence derived from testing samples of human tis…
31 terms
Business Law Chapter 11
1. A minor who chooses to disaffirm a…
2. As a general rule, parents are not…
3. If a person's mental deficiencies h…
4. A contract of an intoxicated person…
false
true
true
true
1. A minor who chooses to disaffirm a…
false
2. As a general rule, parents are not…
true
Chapter 11 Law
assignment
obligor
performance
discharge
legal action wherein a party to a contract transfers to anoth…
one who owes a duty under a contract
fulfillment of contractual promises as agreed
the cancellation of the obligations imposed by a contract
assignment
legal action wherein a party to a contract transfers to anoth…
obligor
one who owes a duty under a contract
41 terms
Chapter 11. Law
Two things that could be included in a…
Initial analysis for estate planning a…
explain the surviving spouse rule and…
Define living trust and how it plays i…
lifetime transfers and transfers at death
who are the family members with interest in estate and in far…
surviving spouse has a right to share in estate. the rights c…
Will substitute that was revocable by dependent during his li…
Two things that could be included in a…
lifetime transfers and transfers at death
Initial analysis for estate planning a…
who are the family members with interest in estate and in far…
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Business Law Chapter 11
Contractual agreement is evidenced by...
An effective offer requires...
In an auction, the auctioneer acts as…
An "e-contract" is...
An offer plus an acceptance
The offeror's serious objective intent, reasonably certain te…
Offeree
Any contract formed electronically
Contractual agreement is evidenced by...
An offer plus an acceptance
An effective offer requires...
The offeror's serious objective intent, reasonably certain te…
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Chapter 11 (Law 12)
Sentence
Retribution
Specific Deterrance
General Deterrance
punishment imposed on a person convicted of committing a crime
punishment to avenge a crime, ensuring that offenders suffer…
punishment to discourage criminals from re-offending
punishment to discourage people in general from offending
Sentence
punishment imposed on a person convicted of committing a crime
Retribution
punishment to avenge a crime, ensuring that offenders suffer…
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Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 11
genetics
DNA
genes
genome
_________________________ is the science that accounts for na…
_____________________ is the combination of proteins called n…
A 5-year old female has the same eye and hair color as her mo…
The genes that make up the human ___________________ -- all t…
genetics
_________________________ is the science that accounts for na…
DNA
_____________________ is the combination of proteins called n…
39 terms
Criminal Law Chapter 11
abuse-of-trust crimes
arson
arson mens rea
breaking (in burglary)
crimes growing out of opportunities to get someone else's pro…
damaging or destroying structures by burning
common law mens rea requires a malicious and willful intent t…
part of the actus reus of common law burglary, requiring an u…
abuse-of-trust crimes
crimes growing out of opportunities to get someone else's pro…
arson
damaging or destroying structures by burning
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Criminal Law- Chapter 11
Cybercrime
Robbery
Larceny
Conversion
Crimes aimed at the valuable information contained in compute…
Taking property by force or the threat of force a violent cri…
Taking and carrying away a person's property without the use…
Wrongfully possessing or disposing of someone else's property…
Cybercrime
Crimes aimed at the valuable information contained in compute…
Robbery
Taking property by force or the threat of force a violent cri…
30 terms
Street Law Chapter 11-13
Alibi
Infancy
insanity defense
entrapment
an excuse of plea that a person was somewhere else at the tim…
the legal defense of a person considered not yet legally resp…
defense raised by a criminal defendant stating that because o…
an act by law enforcement officials to persuade a person to c…
Alibi
an excuse of plea that a person was somewhere else at the tim…
Infancy
the legal defense of a person considered not yet legally resp…
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Law Chapter 11 Vocab
alibi
DNA evidence
self defense
defense of others
evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
biological evidence linking a specific person to a crime scen…
the law recognizes the right of a person to defend themselves…
the law also protects an individual that comes to the aid of…
alibi
evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
DNA evidence
biological evidence linking a specific person to a crime scen…
66 terms
Law Chapter 11
what is now the primary source of crim…
crime
black laws dictionary definition
felony (model penal code definition)
statutes
a negative or positive act that violates a penal law, that is…
any act done in violation of those duties which an individual…
a serious crime, in many states requiring more than a year in…
what is now the primary source of crim…
statutes
crime
a negative or positive act that violates a penal law, that is…
17 terms
Law- Chapter 11
Reasonable Care
4 Steps of Negligence Action
Duty of Care
Neighbour
The care a reasonable person would exhibit in a similar situa…
1. does defendant owe the plaintiff care?... 2. did defendant br…
the responsibility owed to avoid carelessness that causes har…
Anyone who might reasonably be affected by the defendants con…
Reasonable Care
The care a reasonable person would exhibit in a similar situa…
4 Steps of Negligence Action
1. does defendant owe the plaintiff care?... 2. did defendant br…
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Street Law: Chapter 11
Alibi
DNA evidence
Infancy
Intoxication
An excuse or plea that a person was somewhere else at the tim…
Biological evidence, derived from testing samples of human ti…
The legal defense of a person considered not yet legally resp…
The state of drunkenness or similar condition created by the…
Alibi
An excuse or plea that a person was somewhere else at the tim…
DNA evidence
Biological evidence, derived from testing samples of human ti…
8 terms
Law Studies Chapter 11
alibi
DNA evidence
infancy
intoxication
evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
biological evidence used to connect an offender conclusively…
children under a specified age have this defense
the claim that at the time of a crime, they were so drunk or…
alibi
evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
DNA evidence
biological evidence used to connect an offender conclusively…
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Chapter 11 Intro to Law
offeror
offeree
contract clause
objective theory of contracts
the person/party who offers to make a contract
the person to whom a contract offer is made
prevent states from passing laws that relieve individuals who…
a standards courts use to find evidence based on the parties'…
offeror
the person/party who offers to make a contract
offeree
the person to whom a contract offer is made
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Business Law Chapter 11
Accession
Bailment
Easement
Eminent domain
Where one person improves another's property and is entitled…
A legal relationship that arises out of the temporary transfe…
A right of way, or non-possessory interest in real property.
The power of government to take private property for public u…
Accession
Where one person improves another's property and is entitled…
Bailment
A legal relationship that arises out of the temporary transfe…
21 terms
Chapter 11, Criminal Law
Bribery
Perjury
Contempt
Treason
offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of va…
when a person knowingly lies under oath
Willful disregard for or disobedience of a public authority.
The breach of the allegiance to the United States and names i…
Bribery
offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of va…
Perjury
when a person knowingly lies under oath
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Law Chapter 11
Consideration
Promissory estoppel
elements of consideration
legal value
Something of legal value, usually money or property in exchan…
an equity doctrine that permits a court to order enforcement…
1. Must be something of legal value and 2. There must be a ba…
support for a contract when the promisee suffers a legal detr…
Consideration
Something of legal value, usually money or property in exchan…
Promissory estoppel
an equity doctrine that permits a court to order enforcement…
8 terms
Chapter 11 Law
Alibi
DNA Evidence
Infancy
Intoxication
Evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
Biological evidence to connect an offender conclusively to a…
Children under the age of 7, and certain circumstances 7-14,…
Voluntary intoxication is not a valid defense for a crime
Alibi
Evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
DNA Evidence
Biological evidence to connect an offender conclusively to a…
8 terms
Law Chapter 11
three types of defenses
alibi
infancy
inteication
- no crime has been committed... - defendant did not commit the…
defendant was somewhere else at the time that the crime was c…
defense for children under a certain age
too mind altered to know that they are doing the crime
three types of defenses
- no crime has been committed... - defendant did not commit the…
alibi
defendant was somewhere else at the time that the crime was c…
Business Law Chapter 11
Common Law of Contracts
Uniformal Commercial Code (UCC)
Promisor
Promisee
contracts related to services, real estate, employment & insu…
contracts for sale & lease of goods
person making the promise
person to whom the promise is made
Common Law of Contracts
contracts related to services, real estate, employment & insu…
Uniformal Commercial Code (UCC)
contracts for sale & lease of goods
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Business Law Chapter 11
assignment
obligor
performance
discharge
A transfer of a right a party may have under a contract to an…
One who owes a duty under a contract.
The fulfillment of contractual promises as agreed.
The termination of duties that ordinarily occurs when the par…
assignment
A transfer of a right a party may have under a contract to an…
obligor
One who owes a duty under a contract.
19 terms
Law Chapter 11
gambling
wager
maximum rate of interest
usury
activity involving an agreement with the following: payment t…
bet on the uncertain outcome of an event
rate of interest at which, by statute, lenders may not exceed
lending money at a rate higher than the state's maximum allow…
gambling
activity involving an agreement with the following: payment t…
wager
bet on the uncertain outcome of an event
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LAW Chapter 11
Uniform Commercial Code
Goods
Good faith
Merchant
Statute passed in similar form by the states that sets many r…
Manufactured things that are movable and have physical existe…
Honesty in fact in the conduct or transaction in question
One who regularly deals in goods covered by contract for sale…
Uniform Commercial Code
Statute passed in similar form by the states that sets many r…
Goods
Manufactured things that are movable and have physical existe…
28 terms
Chapter 11 Law
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Overtime Compensation
Exempt Employees
Pension
40 hour workweek... overtime pay... restrictions on children working
higher rate of pay, calculated at one and a half times the em…
employees that are not included in FLSA protection, consistin…
retirement benefit in which the employer promises to pay a mo…
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
40 hour workweek... overtime pay... restrictions on children working
Overtime Compensation
higher rate of pay, calculated at one and a half times the em…
21 terms
Law- Chapter 11 Vocab
Assignment
Obliger
Performance
Discharge
A transfer of a right a party may have under a contract to an…
The one who owes a duty under a contract
The fulfillment of contractual promises as agreed
The termination duties (in a contract) that ordinarily occurs…
Assignment
A transfer of a right a party may have under a contract to an…
Obliger
The one who owes a duty under a contract
14 terms
Chapter 11 law
Arbitration
Balance of probabilities
Class action
Default judgement
An alternative disputed resolution process in which the arbit…
The basis on which a judge decides a civil action
A single legal action brought on behalf of all members of a g…
A decision made in the plaintiffs favour when the defendant i…
Arbitration
An alternative disputed resolution process in which the arbit…
Balance of probabilities
The basis on which a judge decides a civil action
law chapter 11
alienation 196
anticipatory repudiation 203
assignee 194
assignment 193
(the voluntary transfer of land ownership).... The process of t…
Before either party to a contract has a duty to perform, one…
party receiving the rights is... A party to whom the rights und…
else. The transfer of contract rights to a third person Assig…
alienation 196
(the voluntary transfer of land ownership).... The process of t…
anticipatory repudiation 203
Before either party to a contract has a duty to perform, one…
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Chapter 11: The Law Vocabulary
bankrupt
defendant
evident
fugitive
declared by law unable to pay one's debt
the person against whom a legal action is brought
easily seen or understood, obvious or clear
a person who runs away or flees from the law
bankrupt
declared by law unable to pay one's debt
defendant
the person against whom a legal action is brought
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Chapter 11 law
Assignment
Obligor
Performance
Discharge
A transfer of a right a party may have under a contract of an…
The one who OWES a duty under a contract
The fulfillment of a contractual promise as agreed
The termination of ordinarily occur as a promise
Assignment
A transfer of a right a party may have under a contract of an…
Obligor
The one who OWES a duty under a contract
14 terms
Law Chapter 11 Vocab
alibi
dna evidence
infancy
intoxication
Evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
Biological evidence, derived from testing samples of human ti…
The legal defense of a person considered not yet legally resp…
A defense where a person claims that at the time of the crime…
alibi
Evidence that the defendant was somewhere else at the time th…
dna evidence
Biological evidence, derived from testing samples of human ti…
Law vocab chapter 11
Credit
Creditor
Debtor
Interest
Arrangment in which you revieve cash,goods or services now an…
The oarty who sells the goods on credit or lends the money
The oarty whi buys the goods on credit ot borrows the money
A fee creditors charge for lending money it extending credit
Credit
Arrangment in which you revieve cash,goods or services now an…
Creditor
The oarty who sells the goods on credit or lends the money
chapter 11 b-law
contract checklist
contract
noncompetition agreement
bilateral contract
1) offer 2) acceptance 3) consideration 4) legality 5) capaci…
a legally enforceable agreement
a contract in which one party agrees not to compete with anot…
a promise made in exchange for another promise
contract checklist
1) offer 2) acceptance 3) consideration 4) legality 5) capaci…
contract
a legally enforceable agreement
22 terms
Law Chapter 11
Bilateral contract
Contract
Executed contract
Executory contract
a promise for a promise
A promise or a set of promises for the breach of which the la…
A fully performed contract
A contract that has not been fully performed
Bilateral contract
a promise for a promise
Contract
A promise or a set of promises for the breach of which the la…
8 terms
Law Chapter 11 Defenses
a Latin word meaning "elsewhere;" an e…
biological evidence, derived from test…
the legal defense of a person consider…
a state of drunkenness or similar cond…
alibi
DNA evidence
infancy
intoxication
a Latin word meaning "elsewhere;" an e…
alibi
biological evidence, derived from test…
DNA evidence
8 terms
Street Law - Chapter 11 Newitt
Alibi
DNA evidence
Infancy
Intoxication
a Latin word meaning "elsewhere;" an excuse or plea that a pe…
biological evidence, derived from testing samples of human ti…
the legal defense of a person considered not yet legally resp…
a state of drunkenness or similar condition created by the us…
Alibi
a Latin word meaning "elsewhere;" an excuse or plea that a pe…
DNA evidence
biological evidence, derived from testing samples of human ti…
37 terms
Business Law Chapter 11
Promise:
Sources of Contract Law:
Promisor
Promisee
A person's assurance that he or she will or will not do somet…
The common law governs all contracts except when it has been…
A person who makes a promise.
A person to whom a promise is made.
Promise:
A person's assurance that he or she will or will not do somet…
Sources of Contract Law:
The common law governs all contracts except when it has been…
23 terms
Business Law Chapter 11
Bilateral Contract
Contract
Executed Contract
Executory Contract
A type of contract that arises when a promise is given in exc…
An agreement between two or more parties that is enforceable…
A contract that has been completely performed by both parties
A contract that has not yet been fully performed
Bilateral Contract
A type of contract that arises when a promise is given in exc…
Contract
An agreement between two or more parties that is enforceable…
22 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 11
Allege
Censure
Chromosome
Clone
to assert or declare without proof
to find fault with criticize or codemn
threadlike structures within the nucleus[center] of a cell th…
group of identical matching cels that come from a single comm…
Allege
to assert or declare without proof
Censure
to find fault with criticize or codemn
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Street Law Chapter 11 Defenses
alibi
infancy
intoxication
insanity defense
a Latin word meaning "elsewhere;" an excuse or plea that a pe…
the legal defense of a person considered not yet legally resp…
a state of drunkenness or similar condition created by the us…
defense raised by a criminal defendant stating that because o…
alibi
a Latin word meaning "elsewhere;" an excuse or plea that a pe…
infancy
the legal defense of a person considered not yet legally resp…
22 terms
Business law: Chapter 11
bilateral contract
contract
executed contract
executory contract
a type of contract that arises when a promise is given in exc…
an agreement that can be enforced in court; formed by two or…
a contract that has been completely performed by both parties.
a contract that has not as yet been fully performed.
bilateral contract
a type of contract that arises when a promise is given in exc…
contract
an agreement that can be enforced in court; formed by two or…
21 terms
Law 3220 Chapter 11
Uniform Commercial Code
goods
good faith
merchant
or UCC, a statute passed in similar form by the states that s…
UCC manufactured things (not services) that are movable and h…
in UCC, honesty in fact in the conduct or transaction in ques…
in UCC, one who regularly deals in goods covered by contract…
Uniform Commercial Code
or UCC, a statute passed in similar form by the states that s…
goods
UCC manufactured things (not services) that are movable and h…
15 terms
Arkansas Business Law Chapter 11
assignment
obligator
performance
discharge
A transfer of legal right to collect an amount payable under…
The one who owes a duty under a contract.
Fulfillment of contractual promises as agreed.
Termination of a contract of duties that ordinarily occurs wh…
assignment
A transfer of legal right to collect an amount payable under…
obligator
The one who owes a duty under a contract.
29 terms
Chapter 11: Family Law
family law
solemnized marriage
common-law marriage
prenuptial agreement
the area of law that covers marriage, divorce, and parent-chi…
a marriage in which the couple has obtained the proper marria…
a marriage that has not be solemnized but in which the couple…
also known as an ante-nuptial agreement; a document that pros…
family law
the area of law that covers marriage, divorce, and parent-chi…
solemnized marriage
a marriage in which the couple has obtained the proper marria…
19 terms
Copyright Law Chapter 11 (Moser)
Statute of Limitations
1976 Copyright Act provides that a cla…
Abandonment of Copyright
Independent creation
a law that specifies the maximum time period during which a c…
3 years from the date upon which the infringement should have…
a cr owner can abandon its copyright by committing some act t…
if a defendant in a CR lawsuit can prove that it created its…
Statute of Limitations
a law that specifies the maximum time period during which a c…
1976 Copyright Act provides that a cla…
3 years from the date upon which the infringement should have…
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