1. Stare decisis refers to the practice of decising new cases with reference to previous decisions. (Points: 4) True False2. If an act is legal, it is ethical. (Points: 4) True False3. Generally, a court can exercise jurisdiction over the residents of the state in which the court is located. (Points: 4) True False4. The Bill of Rights protects individuals against various types of interference by the federal government only. (Points: 4) True False5. 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 False6. A copyright is infringed only if a work is copied in its entirety. (Points: 4) True False7. Jane goes into Robert's car, and without his knowledge, takes his car radio. Jane is guilty of robbery. (Points: 4) True False8. A court imposes a quasi contract to avoid one party's unjust enrichment at another's expense. (Points: 4) True False9. Offers that must be kept open for a period of time include advertisements. (Points: 4) True False10. A promise to do what one already has a legal duty to do is not legally sufficient consideration under most circumstances. (Points: 4) True False11. An exculpatory clauses are rarely enforced. (Points: 4) True False12. The age of majority for contractual purposes is twenty-one years for females and eighteen years for males. (Points: 4) True False13. When both parties to a contract are mistaken as to the same fact, the contract cannot be rescinded by either party. (Points: 4) True False14. 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 False15. Intended beneficiaries have no legal rights under a contract. (Points: 4) True False16. Liquidated damages are an uncertain amount. (Points: 4) True False17. State e-signature laws are not uniform. (Points: 4) True False18. Gary hits Timothy in the back of the head. Gary is guilty of an assault. (Points: 4) True False19. The President can hold acts of Congress and of the courts unconstitutional. (Points: 4) True False20. Suzy pays Triple-A Office Supply Company $1,500 for a new laptop computer. According to the UCC, this is (Points: 4) a gift a lease a sale not a gift, a lease, or a sale. 21. Standard Office Corporation pays Tech Products $1,000 to use a Tech computer for a month. For purposes of the UCC, this is (Points: 4) a consignment a lease a sale a gift 22. Southern Distribution, Inc., signs a receipt for goods that will also serve as a contract for the goods’ transport. This is (Points: 4) a bill of lading a destination contract a shipment contract a warehouse receipt 23. The right of A-Plus Design, Inc., to reject goods that fail to conform to its contract with Brittle Bottling Company is (Points: 4) the mere image rule the mailbox rule the parole evidence rule the perfect tender rule 24. Better Home Products, Inc. (BHP), salespersons tell potential customers that BHP products are “excellent.” This is (Points: 4) an express warranty an implied warranty a warranty of title puffery 25. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) rules that A+ Goods, Inc., engages in deceptive advertising when it markets its product Best Cleaner as able to kill germs over long periods of time. In an action against A+ regarding Best, XXXXX XXXXX orders A+ to stop its false advertising of Best. This is (Points: 4) bait and switch advertising a cease and desist order a counteradvertising order excessive abuse of authority
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