Essentials of Torts

Criminal Justice

Quiz 23 :

Additional Tort Defenses

Quiz 23 :

Additional Tort Defenses

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For consent to be valid, the plaintiff must know what conduct is being consented to and its probable consequences.
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If you use the privilege of private necessity, you must compensate the owner of the property you used.
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MATCHING -reasonable force to protect oneself
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A defense is the response of a party to a claim of another party, setting forth the reason(s) the claim should not be granted.
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MATCHING -a 1983 action
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The same conduct of the defendant can constitute common law battery and a 1983 tort.
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MATCHING -reasonable steps to protect third persons
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Paul sees Dan repeatedly enter Paul's land at least twice a week over a six-month period.The only time Dan knew that Paul objected was when Paul sued Dan for trespass to land.________.
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You can never use the defense of self-defense when you hit someone who was simply trying to help you.
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Reasonable force in self-defense can never include deadly force.
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In most states, when you use the privilege of defense of others, the person you hit must not have had a privilege to threaten the person you were trying to protect.
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Which of the following is not an element of consent ________?
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Judges and legislators have absolute official immunity for common law torts committed in the course of their employment.
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Which of the following is not a self-help privilege ________?
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Reasonable force in defense of property can never include deadly force unless the interference with the property threatens life or limb of others.
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All very intelligent children have the capacity to consent to a defendant's wrongful conduct.
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Before force is used to recapture chattels, a request for the return of the chattel must be made unless making the request would be impractical or unsafe.
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The federal government has not waived sovereign immunity under the Federal Tort Claims Act for negligence committed at the planning level.
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The shopkeeper's privilege can be used by a merchant to detain a person for a reasonable period to investigate whether there has been a theft.
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The main test for consent is subjective-whether the plaintiff actually agrees to the defendant's conduct.
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