Question 19 2 points Save
Vacation Village enacts an ordinance to allow only a few street vendors
to operate in certain areas, for the purpose of reducing traffic. A court would likely subject this ordinance to
a police power test under the commerce clause.
a "rational basis" test under the equal protection clause.
intermediate scrutiny under the due process clause.
strict scrutiny under the First Amendment.
Question 20 2 points Save
The Constitution provides that no person shall be deprived of "life, liberty, or property without due process of law." Under this clause, "persons" include
animals and other "beings in nature."
buildings and other "manmade creations." corporations
and other "legal persons."
none of these choices.
Question 21 2 points Save
In a suit against Sandy, Taylor obtains a remedy. In the U.S. legal system, this remedy will most likely be
Question 22 2 points Save
Congress enacts a law prohibiting toys made in China from being sold in the United States. The Hawaii state legislature enacts a law allowing the sale of Chinese-made toys. Hawaii's law will most likely be
rendered invalid under the supremacy clause.
rendered valid the free exercise clause.
struck down under the due process clause.
upheld under the commerce clause.
Question 23 2 points Save Business
Markets Coalition (BMC), a political lobbying group, wants a certain policy enacted into law. If BMC's policy conflicts with the U.S. Constitution, a law embodying it can be enacted by
any state legislature and Congress.
any state legislature but not Congress.
Congress but not any state legislature.
none of these choices.
Question 24 1 points Save
An illegal contract
is valid if the parties to it were unaware of the illegality.
Question 25 1 points Save
A covenant not to compete is enforceable only if it is necessary to restrain trade.
Question 26 1 points Save
A severable contract is unenforceable as a violation of public policy.
Question 27 1 points Save
A person who enters into a contract when he or she is intoxicated can void the contract if the terms are obviously favorable to the other party.
Question 28 2 points Save
Tilly, the chief financial officer for USA Products Corporation
, attempts to apply Christian precepts in making ethical decisions and in doing business. In applying duty-based ethical standards that are derived from a religious source, Tilly would consider the motive behind an act to be
the least important consideration
the most important consideration.
the only consideration.
Question 29 2 points Save
Dion, an accountant for Entertainment Sports, Inc., attempts to apply a duty-based approach to ethical reasoning in conflicts that occur on the job. This approach is based on the idea that a person must
achieve the greatest good for the most people.
avoid unethical behavior regardless of the consequences.
conform to society's ethical standards.
place his or her employer's interest first.
Question 30 2 points Save
Corporation provides other firms with funds to expand operations. If Kenney strictly complies with existing laws, the firm will
fulfill all business ethics obligations.
fulfill no business ethics obligations.
fulfill some business ethics obligations.
not need to fulfill any business ethics obligations.