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4.The Bill of Rights protects individuals against various types

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4.The Bill of Rights protects individuals against various types of interference by the federal government only. (Points: 4)
True
False


5. A person who borrows a friend's car and fails to return it at the friend's request is guilty of conversion. (Points: 4)
True
False


6. A copyright is infringed only if a work is copied in its entirety. (Points: 4)
True
False


7. Jane goes into Robert's car, and without his knowledge, takes his car radio. Jane is guilty of robbery. (Points: 4)
True
False


8. A court imposes a quasi contract to avoid one party's unjust enrichment at another's expense. (Points: 4)
True
False


9. Offers that must be kept open for a period of time include advertisements. (Points: 4)
True
False


10. A promise to do what one already has a legal duty to do is not legally sufficient consideration under most circumstances. (Points: 4)
True
False


11. An exculpatory clauses are rarely enforced. (Points: 4)
True
False


12. The age of majority for contractual purposes is twenty-one years for females and eighteen years for males. (Points: 4)
True
False


13. When both parties to a contract are mistaken as to the same fact, the contract cannot be rescinded by either party. (Points: 4)
True
False


14. Pedro is selling his iPod to Jerry for $250. Because this is a contract involving the sale of goods, in excess of $200, it must be in writing. (Points: 4)
True
False
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Law Pro replied 5 years ago.
Are these all the questions or just the beginning?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
just the ones that I am not sure about :)
Expert:  Law Pro replied 5 years ago.
What do you mean - there are MORE questions or what?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
no no more questions i have the answers for all the other ones
Expert:  Law Pro replied 5 years ago.
Oh, ok.

Then I'll get back to you shortly with the answers.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

ok thanks

 

Expert:  Law Pro replied 5 years ago.
No problem.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
:)
Expert:  Law Pro replied 5 years ago.
4.The Bill of Rights protects individuals against various types of interference by the federal government only. (Points: 4)
True



5. A person who borrows a friend's car and fails to return it at the friend's request is guilty of conversion. (Points: 4)
True



6. A copyright is infringed only if a work is copied in its entirety. (Points: 4)

False


7. Jane goes into Robert's car, and without his knowledge, takes his car radio. Jane is guilty of robbery. (Points: 4)

False


8. A court imposes a quasi contract to avoid one party's unjust enrichment at another's expense. (Points: 4)
True



9. Offers that must be kept open for a period of time include advertisements. (Points: 4)
True



10. A promise to do what one already has a legal duty to do is not legally sufficient consideration under most circumstances. (Points: 4)
True



11. An exculpatory clauses are rarely enforced. (Points: 4)

False


12. The age of majority for contractual purposes is twenty-one years for females and eighteen years for males. (Points: 4)

False


13. When both parties to a contract are mistaken as to the same fact, the contract cannot be rescinded by either party. (Points: 4)

False - there is an issue here - there is no contract so it’s void in reality


14. Pedro is selling his iPod to Jerry for $250. Because this is a contract involving the sale of goods, in excess of $200, it must be in writing. (Points: 4)

False
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