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CLICK TO DOWNLOAD ANSWERS 1. Title IX of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act contains penalties for white collar crimes. What is the

penalty if someone certifies any statements as set forth in subsections of this section knowing that the periodic report accompanying the statement does not comport. 2. Which of the following is true about comparative negligence and contributory negligence

? 3. If a judge rules that a party lost its case because of the Statute of Frauds, the judge has

essentially stated which of the following? 4. Minimum wages, hours of employment, and child labour are regulated by the : 5. Which of the following is true about the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget

Reconciliation Act (COBRA) as they related to health insurance? 6. William was a factory worker at the Spruce Industries plant. When it was learned he was

a homosexual, he was fired. This action is: 7. What is the result of the effects on interstate commerce test? 8. The school of jurisprudence that believes that free market forces should determine the

outcome to law is : 9. Assume that a state passes a statute that prevents disclosure of the horsepower of

automatic engines. The purpose of this law is to prevent the car companies from trying to market cars with more horsepower than those of their competitors. This statute would most likely be found to : 10. Power Tool Company manufactures table saws. These saws have several safety devices

including a permanent blades guard. The guard keeps the user’s hands from touching the blades while it is moving. Ralph buys a Power table saw, but he takes the blade guard off because it inhibits the type of work he wants to do. Later Ralph is injured while using the saw. If the blade guard had been left on, Ralph would not have been injured. Ralph sues Power Tool Cp. Under a strict liability theory. The best defence that Power could raise based on these facts is: 11. The circumstances where an offer cannot be withdrawn under promissory estoppels is

also known as: 12. William was a factory worker at the Spruce Industries plant. When it was learned he was

homosexual, he was fired. This action is:

13. What does the parole evidence role do? 14. Sam sells property to Betty and livers Betty a deed that says “This property is conveyed

to Betty so long as she never operates bar on the premises.” If she operates a bar on the premises, Sam seller may take possession of the property. The type of interest that Betty Buyer has acquired is a:. 15. Mr. Brown awakes one morning to the sound of construction in his backyard. When he

looks out the window, he sees Lowders Construction Co apparently erecting a garage on his property. He had not spoken or contracted with Lowder for this service, However, Mr. Brown really wanted a new garage, so he let them continue. Later it was discovered that the garage was intended to go next door. Lowder sues Mr. Brown for the value of the garage. What is the probable result? 16. Lisa applied for a permit with a federal administrative agency to operate a business

within the boundaries of a popular national forest. The agency grants a limited number of these permits that allow operation of the business during the busy tourist season. The agency has turned down Lisa’s application even though she received a permit in the prior years, paid the related application fees on time, and violated none of the permit’s condition. The agency granted a permit to a different application who had never run this type of business previously. If Lisa appeals the decision to a course, what standard of review will it most likely use ?

Law 531 final exam  

Law 531 final exam