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Based on our discussion of this topic in clase, please describe the essence of the meaning of the term fraudulent misrepresentation in one word. (One word only. No credit will be given for answers exceeding one word.)
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The doctrine of promissory estoppel requires a clear and definite promise.
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An effective offer requires a reasonable price related to market value.
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If a voidable contract is avoided, the parties to it are released from it.
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Serene City enacts an ordinance that bans the use of "sound amplifying systems" on public streets. Tyler wants to campaign for a seat on the city council by broadcasting his message through speakers mounted on a truck. In Tyler's suit against the city, a court would likely hold the ordinance to be
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an unconstitutional restriction of speech.
constitutional under the First Amendment.
justified by the need to protect individual rights.
necessary to protect national interests.

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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
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rendered invalid under the supremacy clause.
rendered valid the free exercise clause.
struck down under the due process clause.
upheld under the commerce clause.

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Brad stands in front of Rustler's Round-Up Café, shouting "fighting words" that are likely to incite Rustler's patrons to respond violently. The First Amendment protects such speech
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all of the time.
none of the time.
only if it is noncommercial.
only if it is symbolic.

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Mike, an advocate of a certain religion, publishes an article in New Times magazine insisting that Congress base all federal law on his religion's principles. The First Amendment guarantees Mike's freedom of
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religion only.
speech only.
the press only.
religion, speech, and the press.

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Fact Pattern 1-1
The Texas Supreme Court decides the case of Livewire Co. v. Power Corp. Of nine justices, six believe the judgment should be in Livewire's favor. Justice Bellamy, one of the six, writes a separate opinion. The three justices who believe the judgment should be in Power's favor join in a third separate opinion.

Refer to Fact Pattern 1-1. Bellamy's opinion is
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a concurring opinion.
a dissenting opinion.
a majority opinion.
a per curiam opinion.

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A minor's right to disaffirm a contract terminates sixty days after the contract's date.
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A severable contract is unenforceable as a violation of public policy.
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Misrepresentation of an opinion is an element of fraud.
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A contract may have to be in writing to be enforceable even if its performance is possible within a year.
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In business deals, Fiona, the chief executive officer of Glazed Donuts, Inc., follows duty-based ethical standards. These are most likely derived from
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a corporate ethics code.
a cost-benefit analysis.
philosophical reasoning.
the law.

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Lyle, vice-president of sales for Mi-T Electric, Inc., adheres to Judeo-Christian religious ethical standards. With respect to their application, these standards are
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Spencer Hydraulics Corporation's ethics committee is asked a business ethics question¾should the firm bid low to obtain a contract that it knows it can fulfill only at a higher price? A practical method to investigate and solve this question involves all of the following steps except
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