CBK legal- may 2017 - All correct

Asked by bizgrad
Dated: 15th May'17 08:01 PM
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Question 1 (1 point)

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A portable trailer is an example of:

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personal property.


real property.


subsurface property right.


none of the above.


Question 2 (1 point)

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Which of these is a contract of an exchange of mutual promises to perform?

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Unilateral contract


Bicameral contract


Uniform contract


Bilateral contract


Question 3 (1 point)

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A duty to pay the reasonable value rendered when there is no actual contract would be called:

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Question 4 (1 point)

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Billy has an online business selling wine. One of his disgruntled customers sets up a website using his company name and adds the word "thief" to it. Billy will most likely:

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both B and C.


prevail in court.


not prevail in court.


could defend his company by buying the offensive Internet domain.


Question 5 (1 point)

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When a party states that performance will not be made before the actual due date, this is:

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waiver of breach.


anticipatory repudiation.


negotiating technique.


Question 6 (1 point)

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A Specific Letter of credit is useful in international transactions because:

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sellers want to avoid delivering goods for which they may not be paid.


buyers and sellers are often separated by thousands of miles.


all of the above.


special precautions are taken to ensure performance under the contacts.


Question 7 (1 point)

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An acceptance occurs when:

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a particular mode of expression is made to the offeror.


a clear expression of acceptance occurs.


a particular form of words is stated to the offeror.


the offeree reserves the right to reject the offer.


Question 8 (1 point)

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Damages in case of default that are specified in a contract are called:

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nominal damages.


breach payments.


contract damages.


liquidated damages.


Question 9 (1 point)

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If an offeree dies before the offer has been accepted, the offer:

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may be rejected by the surviving spouse of the offeree.


may be accepted by the guardian appointed for any minor children of the offeree.


is automatically revoked by the death of the offeree.


may be accepted by the surviving spouse of the offeree.


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Adam speaks with Sally on the telephone about purchasing a soda machine for $200 and makes notes about the model number, the price, and the delivery date. Sally also makes notes. Adam agrees to take delivery. They have:

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no contract until these terms are in writing.


none of the above.


an express contract.


an implied in fact contract.


Question 11 (1 point)

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An agreement to deliver water bottles to a customer's home that does not indicate the duration has an agreement that is:

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a bulk transfer.


one delivery.


not a contract.


for a reasonable time.


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Statutes of limitations apply, for the most part, to:

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none of the above.


criminal wrongs only.


civil wrongs only.


both criminal and civil wrongs.


Question 13 (1 point)

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Which of these are actually contracts?

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Both A and B


Unilateral contracts


Bilateral contracts


Quasi contracts


Question 14 (1 point)

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Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code pertains to which of the following?

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U.S. Treasury bonds


Corporate stocks


Insurance policies




Question 15 (1 point)

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Smalltown is a small municipality within the state of Florida. Smalltown derives its lawful authority from:

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its charter.


the state of Florida.


the U.S. Constitution.


all of the above.


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Torts are specifically:

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physical crimes against persons or property.


civil wrongs causing injuries to others not arising from breach of contract.


physical crimes against persons.


none of the above.


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A voluntary agreement may in fact not be voluntary if:

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economic duress is present.


all of the above.


physical duress is present.


undue influence is present.


Question 18 (1 point)

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When it is clear that the parties intended to enter into contract, but a term in the acceptance conflicts with a term in the offer, then:

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there is a contract, but the conflicting terms cancel out.


there is a contract, and the conflicting term in the offer is part of the contract.


the acceptance is viewed entirely as a counteroffer.


there is no contract.


Question 19 (1 point)

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With torts and crimes:

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a crime may also be a tort.


every tort is a crime.


every crime is a tort.


no crime is a tort.


Question 20 (1 point)

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All personal property existing at the time of the transaction but cannot be actually touched directly are:

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Future goods.


Tangible personal property.


quasi-existing property.


intangible personal property.


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