TORTS – PRETEST (5 points each)
A HARMFUL OR OFFENSIVE CONTACT IS AN ELEMENT OF WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TORTS?
intentional infliction of emotional distress
AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES IN TORT ACTIONS COMMONLY INCLUDE ____.
assumption of risk
ALL OF THE ABOVE
ASSAULT, BATTERY AND FALSE IMPRISONMENT ARE EXAMPLES OF ____ TORTS THAT INVOLVE INTERFERENCE WITH A PERSON'S BODY.
Bad Jim decides to break into Flora's house to steal her jewelry. Bad Jim slips on some spilled milk that was on Flora's kitchen floor and suffers a broken leg. Bad Jim wants to sue Flora for compensation for his injuries. Which of the following statements is (are) true?
Jim will win his lawsuit if he can prove that Flora negligently left the milk on the floor for a considerable period of time.
Jim will lose his lawsuit because a homeowner can never be liable to a trespasser.
JIM WILL LOSE HIS LAWSUIT BECAUSE FLORA'S DUTY TO A TRESPASSER IS LESS THAN HER DUTY TO AN INVITEE.
Both b and c.
Brad owns a clothing store, Hollywood Rags. One day, while Jennifer is shopping at Hollywood Rags, she is approached by Angelina, the store security guard. Angelina calls Jennifer a thief in front of a group of other customers. Angelina then grabs Jennifer by the arm and drags her to the security office, where she is held against her will for several hours. When Brad and Angelina determine that Jennifer has not tried to steal any merchandise, they release her. Jennifer wants to sue Angelina, Brad and Hollywood Rags. What are her potential causes of action?
assault and battery only
assault, battery, and false imprisonment
battery and false imprisonment
ASSAULT, BATTERY, FALSE IMPRISONMENT, DEFAMATION
Ray and his son, Jeff, are walking in the park. A stranger approaches...
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