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i need help with about 50 questions and have about an hour an a half to do so
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
66.
Thief and Bandit decided to steal priceless
gems from the Jewelry Store. Pretending as though
they had weapons under their coats (even though
they had no weapons), they entered the Jewelry
Store, and convinced the Manager to fill a bag full
with priceless gems. Thief picked up the bag and
both Thief and Bandit exited the store. While on
the street outside of the Jewelry Store, Thief put the
bag down to rest a moment. When he picked it
back up, he swung it over his shoulder. As he
swung the bag full of gems over his shoulder, the
bag struck Manager (who had left the store to try to
capture the thieves) in the head, causing the death of
Manager.
If Bandit is charged with murder in a common law
jurisdiction, should the court sustain the charge?
A. No, because Thief and Bandit had already
completed the crime by leaving the Jewelry Store.
B. Yes, because Bandit was negligent in deciding to
steal gems with Thief.
C. No, because Thief and Bandit did not actually
have any deadly weapons and had no intent to kill
anyone.
D. Yes, because Manager’s death occurred during
while Thief and Bandit were stealing the gems.
67.
Security Guard was angry that she did not get
paid more by her employer, Company. One
evening, Prowler broke into the offices of
Company, and located a safe containing money.
Before Prowler actually opened or removed any
money from Company’s safe, she (Prowler) was
startled when Security Guard turned on the lights.
Security Guard asked Prowler what Prowler was
intending to do. Prowler responded that she
intended to take money from Company’s
safe.Security Guard started to laugh, remarking to
Prowler that Company was so cheap regarding her
(Security Guard’s) salary, that Company deserved
to have their safe broken into. Instead of taking
Prowler into custody, Security Guard turned off the
lights, and left the office that Prowler was in.
Prowler then opened the safe and stole the money in
the safe.
If Security Guard is prosecuted for theft as an
accomplice for aiding and abetting Prowler in the
commission of a crime, what would be the most
probable result?
A. Not guilty, because Security Guard t
ook no
affirmative action to assist Prowler in the
commission of the theft.
B. Not guilty, because Security Guard did not enter
into an agreement with Prowler to commit an
unlawful act.
C. Guilty, because Security Guard laughed and left
the office when hearing about the criminal
intentions of Prowler.
D. Guilty, because Security Guard was not justified
to take action against Company simply because
Security Guard felt that she was not paid enough in
salary.
68.
George and Gilda signed a contract that stated
that George would buy Gilda’s land for $10,000.
The contract also stated that if, within one year,
George was able to find more than one million
gallons of oil on Gilda’s land, then George would
owe Gilda another $500,000 for the land. George
then paid Gilda $10,000 for the land. After one
year of drilling, George did not find any oil on the
land. Gilda then brought suit to collect the
additional $500,000.
What would be the most probable result of Gilda’s
suit to collect the additional $500,000 from George?
A. Judgment for Gilda, because it was an
impossibility for her to know with certainty whether
or not the land contained oil.
B. Judgment for George, because his duty to
perform was extinguished by the nonocc
urrence of
a contract condition.
C. Judgment for Gilda,
because she lacked the
capacity to know whether or not the land contained
oil.
D. Judgment for George, because they both signed a
valid written contract pursuant to the dictates of the
Statute of Frauds.
69.
Doctor decided to sell her vacation home to
Accountant. Accountant and Doctor entered into a
signed written agreement which stated that
Accountant would buy Doctor’s vacation home for
$125,000 if Inspector ac
knowledged that the
vacation home passed various tests given by
Inspector.
Inspector's acknowledgement that the v
acation
home passed the tests would be considered which of
the following?
A. An implied condition precedent of Doctor’s duty
to sell the vacation home.
B. An express condition precedent of Accountant’s
duty to pay Doctor for the vacation home.
C. An express condition subsequent of Doctor’s
duty to sell the vacation home.
D. An implied condition subsequent of
Accountant’s duty to pay Doctor for the vacation
home.
70.
Penelope wanted the type of motorcycle that
Edgar owned. She approached Edgar and told
Edgar that she would paint distinctive decals on his
motorcycle, if Edgar would give her the motorcycle
for a week. In truth, Penelope did not know how to
paint decals on motorcycles, and she only wanted
Edgar to give her the motorcycle so that she could
ride away with it, and claim it as her own. Edgar,
convinced that Penelope was telling him the truth,
agreed to let Penelope have the motorcycle for a
week. Penelope got on the
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
sorry I am having some computer issues, I am attaching the questions I need answered as a PDF
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
PLEASE SEE QUESTIONS ATTACHED.
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
please, and running out of time only 35 minutes left
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Would you be able to help? I know the time frame for all 50 is a lot less now but perhaps with 20 or so? Please advise
Thank you
Expert:  Ellen replied 1 year ago.
I do not have the answers. I would need to read the questions and respond. I do not think that I can complete the work in 35 minutes. Would you like me to do what I can for the amount that you have offered?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
How many do you think you can complete within the 35 minute time frame? I am willing to offer you 40 or more depending on the amount of questions you can complete. Please advise
Thank you
Expert:  Ellen replied 1 year ago.
The questions are lengthy and complex. I cannot do good work in 30 minutes. Here are the first 2 answers: 55 D; 56 B Please contact me in advance next time you have timed work and I would be happy to help.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Thank you. I reached for assistance as soon as I could
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I no longer need assistance with any of these questions.
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