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Business Law Vocab - 2

Subjects : law, business-law
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. No unreasonable searches or seizures






2. For the defendant to be liable - the type of harm must have been reasonably forseeable.






3. First 10 amendments of the constitution; Compromise between federalist and antifederalists; Protects natural rights of liberty and property






4. Type of tort; taking someone elses property without consent.






5. A letter that summarizes the negotiating progress






6. The legal question that is posed in a case






7. No self incrimination / due process (miranda warnings)






8. (1)misrepresentation (2)concealment with the intent to take advantage of someone; deception of a person for the purpose of obtaining money or property






9. When there is no contract - but the defendant makes a promise that will induce reliance. it would be unjust not to enforce the promise






10. States who is suing who. Identifies parties.






11. Type of intentional tort; the intentional restraint of another without reasonable cause






12. Capacity; the parties must be adults and mentally competent






13. 1250






14. Using two or more racketeering acts to accomplish any of the following goals: (1) investing or acquiring legitimate businesses with criminal money (2)maintaining or acquiring businesses through criminal activity






15. Arbitration and Mediation






16. The documents that begin a lawsuit: consists of the complaint - answer and sometimes a reply






17. Type of intent to be proved; means the guilty act






18. The party filing the appeal






19. You have no duty to assist someone in peril unless you created the danger






20. Talking trash






21. (1)statement (2)falseness (3)communicated (4)injury






22. Business tort; intrusion in to someones private life; being a voyeur






23. A contract put in writing laying out all of the terms






24. A power granted to congress stating that congress may regulate trade between countries - other states and indian tribes






25. If the proceedings of a business occur intrastate but will eventually effect proceedings interstate - this rule states that congress may interfere






26. Laws involving economic and social regulation; laws that regard economic or social status are presumed valid and corporations and people can be classified






27. The introduction of a neutral third party in resolving a dispute; not a binding decision. Voluntary settlement.






28. The study of how people ought to act; does not always mean legal.






29. Right to an attorney when facing a prison sentence






30. Trial.






31. Type of intent to be proved; means a guilty state of mind






32. They set time limits for debate - decide how fast the law should be deliberated and when the bill goes to the floor for debate.






33. When the bill is debated to the floor of the house.






34. Trial Court






35. System of checks and balances within the federal government






36. Type of defense; the defendant is incapable of forming mens rea






37. Reasoning court gives for the holding






38. Procedures for academic dismissal or dismissal from a government job






39. Bottom Line answer






40. Defamation - obscenity - speech that creates danger






41. Twelve.






42. Aricle IV section 2 of the constitution that states that the constitution and the united States are the laws of the land. Federal government trumps state law






43. Judges are obligated to follow precedent






44. It must be voted on and approved by both houses and then approved by the president. then it is a law






45. To the conference committee






46. Termination when the offeror dies or the physical contract is destroyed






47. Section of the fourteenth amendment where courts must provide equal protection to all cases based on scrutiny






48. Proposed statutes - submitted to Congress or a legislature






49. Type of intentional tort; the intentional touching of an individual in a way that is unwarranted or offensive






50. The defendant (defamer) knew the statement was false or acted with reckless disregard to the truth