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1 - A
2 - e
3 - b
4 - c
5 - a
6 - b
7 - a
8 - d
9 - a
10 - e
11 - e
12 - not sure, i'll answer last
13 - d
14 - a
15 - a
16 - a
17 - a
18 - d
12 is d
what about #19,20
a. no claim; the discussion was in the ordinary course of business
b. no claim because federal legislation allows employers to discuss such work-related matters
c. no claim because all states have statutes that provide protection for employers against such suits, as does the law in most states
d. a claim because the accusation was not shown to be correct and injured her ability to obtain further employment
e. none of the other choices
b. false imprisonment
c. private nuisance
e. invasion of privacy
I have posted now #19,20 see above
SAre you there
Kathie see the two questions posted above
OK, these were not posted the first time.
When i copied and paste, it did not copy
the first one is b
the second one is e
No problem. Is that all of them?
Thats all. Thnaks for your help. I will accept your answers.
You're welcome. It has been my pleasure.
Where is the accept button?It says accept where
The City of Mt. Kisco is buying houses in order to clear land for a major commercial development to be owned and operated by a private company. This project will generate huge amounts of tax revenue for the city. The last house in the development area is owned by Betty and Billy Loaners who own the house together. The City has offered to buy the house from the Loaners but they have refused to sell so the City has exercised its right of eminent domain. After this offer, Betty has decided to sell but Billy still refuses.
Two questions arise from these facts:
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