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1. An intentional tort is an accident that was not intended to hurt anyone but someone got injured?
a. T
b. F
2. When an accident occurs we know that the act will be considered negligent and foreseeable? T or F
a. T
b. F
3. Inherently dangerous activities include:
a. Raising wild animals
b. Raising children
c. Storage and sales of explosives
d. None of the above
e. A and C
4. Civil theft is a tort by intentional conduct? T or F
a. T
b. F
5. The proximate cause of an injury is an action, in the natural and continuous sequence of events, broken by an intervening force or cause, produces an/the injury? T or F
a. T
b. F
6. When a statute has been violated and an injury occurs to an innocent victim we have an example of:
a. Gross negligence
b. Negligence per se
c. Common negligence
d. B and C
7. A postal worker and a construction worker are included in the common list of professional persons that can and do commit professional malpractice? T or F
a. T
b. F
8. If a person keeps trespassing on your property you can set up a trap to catch the trespasser even though he got injured while he was caught in the trap and you will not be liable for his injuries? T or F
a. T
b. F
9. The highest duty of care is owed to invitees to your land and or your customers? T or F
a. T
b. F
10. To recover damages in a lawsuit I only need to prove that the act(s) of the defendant was/were negligent act? T or F
a. T
b. F
11. If a falling pot from a balcony hits someone on the head and injures that person, but there is no eye witness, the law permits the owner of the pot to be held liable for the injuries absent some other showing of convincing evidence to the contrary? T or F
a. T
b. F
12. Contributory negligence allows for the plaintiff to recover damages, however, the amount of damages recovered is reduced by the amount of contributory negligence on the part of the plaintiff? T or F
a. T
b. F
13. Punitive damages are typically awarded in car accident cases where the plaintiff was severely injured in the State of Washington? T or F
a. T
b. F
14. The statute of limitations in a personal injury negligence case in the State of Washington is typically 1 year? T or F
a. T
b. F
15. Winning a money judgment assures the plaintiff that they will be compensated for their injuries? T or F
a. T
b. F
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16. UCC is an acronym for:
a. Uniform Commercial Code
b. Uniform Commercial Club
c. Uniform Commercial Cloud
d. None of the above
17. There are three types of contracts. They are classified as:
a. Simple
b. Formal
c. Quasi
d. Express
e. Implied and C and D
18. A bilateral contract binds one party to perform their end of the agreement for the other party and not vice versa? T or F
a. T
b. F
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19. The “Rule of Necessaries” could be an exception to the competency requisite of a contract? T or F
a. T
b. F
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20. When a party “accepts” a contract offer they can make changes to the offer and send it back to the offeror and the contract is then binding? T or F
a. T
b. F
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21. The key element of a contract include:
a. Competent parties
b. Mutual agreement
c. Offer
d. Acceptance
e. All of the above
22. How can a contract end?
a. Upon completion
b. Discharge by operation of law
c. Mutual exception
d. Parole evidence
e. A and B and C
23. A contract will generally fail if it is contrary to some statute or contrary to public policy? T or F
a. T
b. F
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24. A contract for the sale or transfer of real property must be made in writing because of the Statute of Deceptions? T or F
a. T
b. F
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25. The UETA permits the use of electronic signatures as being sufficient to provide for enforcement of the contract in court if necessary? T or F
a. T
b. F
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26. Written contracts can rely upon what type of evidence if the terms of the contract are not clear”
a. Parole evidence
b. Outside evidence
c. Third party evidence
d. The “four corners of the agreement/contract”
e. All of the above
27. A beneficiary to certain types of contracts may have rights that can be enforced by a third party even though the contract is between two other people besides the beneficiary? T or F
a. T
b. F
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28. When you assign our rights under a contract to a third party you are not only transferring your contract rights but also transferring or delegating your duties under the contract to the third party? T or F
a. T
b. F
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29. Damages available to the plaintiff in a breach of contract lawsuit include:
a. Compensatory
b. Liquidated
c. Punitive
d. All of the above
e. A and B
30. Owning a home is a personal decision. The advantages of home ownership include:
a. Equity build up
b. Housing stability for you and your family
c. Access to free government money
d. More space for storage buildings
e. A and B
31. A broker is usually paid by the hour for his/her work on behalf of a buyer or seller? T or F
a. T
b. F
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32. When a seller executes an “exclusive listing” agreement the seller will pay a commission to the listing broker if the listing broker is the originating broker only that procured the buyer? T or F
a. T
b. F
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33. A multiple listing service is comprised of:
a. Real estate brokers who exchange information
b. Buyers
c. Sellers
d. Private property sellers
e. All of the above
34. The “selling function” is the process by which a real estate agent/broker takes prospective buyers to homes to show the homes that are on the market? T or F
a. T
b. F
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35. The usual remedy available to the seller of a home that has contracted for the sale of that home with a buyer that breaches the agreement is:
a. Compensatory damages
b. Liquidated damages
c. Actual damages
d. All of the above
36. The money paid to the seller at the time that the purchase and sale agreement is presented to the buyer is called earnest money? T or F
a. T
b. F
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37. The sale of a home or real property is based on the rule “buyer beware” This means that a seller has no obligation to notify the buyer of visible defects to the property? T or F
a. T
b. F
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38. Sales puffery is allowed in the marketing of real property and homes that are for sale? T or F
a. T
b. F
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39. An offer to purchase must be in writing to be valid. However, if the buyer makes an oral offer one day and follows up with the offer in a couple of days the oral offer can be enforced by the seller or the buyer? T or F
a. T
b. F
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40. In order to prove that a defendant is guilty of a crime the state must prove the motive of the defendant when he/she committed the crime? T or F
a. T
b. F
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41. In WA State all homicides are murders? T or F
a. T
b. F
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42. In WA State involuntary manslaughter includes:
a. Unintentional killing of another human being
b. Gross negligence that causes the unintentional killing of another human being
c. Wrongful and intentional killing of another human being during the heat of passion or under the influence of alcohol
d, None of the above
43. A drug crime is considered a crime against property? T or F
a. T
b. F
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44. Being able to prove I was not present at the scene of the crime is an absolute defense to the allegation that I committed a crime? T or F
a. T
b. F
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45. If a convicted felon promises to give the proceeds from a book deal or made for television movie to charity he/she may be able to do that under certain conditions? T or F
a T
b. F
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46. The constitutional rights of the defendant were determined by the Supreme Court in a case known as Kalinda v Iowa? T or F
a. T
b. F
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47. To ease overcrowding in our prisons our criminal justice system uses alternative forms of incarceration which include:
a. Electronic home monitoring
b. Work crew
c. Home detention
d. All of the above
48. When you clear a criminal’s record of the conviction he/she was convicted of you are:
a. Sponging a record
b. Sealing a record
c. Expunging your record
d. All of the above
49. Common law larceny is also known as:
a. Robbery
b. Receiving stolen property
c. Theft in the 1st degree
d. Theft
e. C and D
50. A law enforcement officer may undertake a drug buy from a person on the street that is known to be a drug dealer and the evidence obtained from the buy will be admissible in court? T or F
a. T
b. F
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