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ETH 321 Week 3 Practice Assignment

  1. Lexi buys a food processor and uses it without any problems. She loans the processor to Jill, and Jill is injured when a part flies off the machine.  If the former rule of privity of contract were in place, which of the following is true?
  • Lexi can hold the manufacturer liable for Jill’s injury.
  • Jill can hold the manufacturer liable for her injury.
  • Jill can hold the manufacturer liable for her injury as long as Lexi was in the room when she got hurt.
  • Jill cannot hold the manufacturer responsible for her injury.

 

  1. For years, Lily has been thinking up a plan to pull off a perfect bank robbery. She tells someone about her plans but never robs the bank. Which of the following is true?
  • Lily has committed a crime because robbing a bank is a serious offense.
  • Lily has committed a crime because she told someone about her plan.
  • Lily has not committed a crime if it is determined that her intent is not real.
  • Lily has not committed a crime because she never acted on her plan.

 

  1. What is the definition of the business crime of fraud?
  • Permanent taking of property against a fiduciary relationship
  • Conducting transactions with money which has been obtained through illegal means
  • Agreement and planning to commit another crime
  • Use of false pretenses to obtain property

 

  1. What is the definition of insanity as a defense to crime?
  • The defendant lacks understanding of what is right or wrong
  • Trauma, illness, or a mental condition inhibits the defendant from being able to commit a crime
  • The defendant's crime was committed due to unintentional misunderstanding
  • The defendant is impaired from an ability to commit a crime with intent

 

  1. Which of the following is true of defamation?
  • The defamatory information may or may not be true to be actionable.
  • A defamation tort exists whether the defamatory information was spread accidentally or on purpose.
  • A defamation tort only exists when ten or more people hear the defamatory information.
  • Both B and C

 

  1. Rank these types of crimes from most to least serious:

 

  • Capital, misdemeanor, felony, infraction
  • Infraction, felony, misdemeanor, capital
  • Capital, felony, misdemeanor, infraction
  • Felony, infraction, capital, misdemeanor

 

  1. Which of the following classifies as a tort?
  • Kidnapping
  • Embezzlement
  • Assault
  • Burglary

 

  1. Which of the following would least likely qualify as trespass to chattel?
  • Having your neighbor’s cat spayed while your neighbor is on vacation
  • Dying your boss’s suit pink as a prank
  • Borrowing your dad’s car to get it waxed
  • Conducting a cyberattack to infect a victim’s computer with spyware

 

  1. Which of the following is not a case of negligence?
  • A butcher plays audio of howling dogs in the back of his shop to prank customers
  • A doctor prescribes the wrong pills to a patient
  • A building manager fails to repair an elevator and people get stuck inside
  • A driver falls asleep at the wheel and causes an accident

 

  1. What is the definition of the business crime of larceny?
  • Taking property under threat of force
  • Permanent taking of property against a fiduciary relationship
  • Unlawful entrance with intent to commit a crime
  • Unlawful, permanent taking of personal property

 

  1. What is the result of frolic and detour?
  • Removes liability from an employer while an employee pursues personal interests
  • Imposes liability on an employer when an employee pursues both personal and business interests
  • Removes liability from an employer while an employee is commuting

 

  1. Jill and Carey have an agency relationship wherein Carey serves as an agent finding painting contracts for Jill. When Carey gets pregnant and wants to stop working for Jill:
  • Carey has a duty to finish residual obligations under the agency.
  • Jill has a duty to finish residual obligations under the agency.
  • Carey may not terminate the agency without Jill’s approval.
  • Jill can do nothing.

 

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