True/False CH12

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Tort law provides remedies for acts that cause personal injury but not for acts that interfere with physical security
False

The goal of tort law is to put a defendant in the position that he or she would have been in had the tort occured to the defendant
False

Ocasionally, the courts award punitive damages in tort cases to punish the wrongdoer and deter others from similar wrongdoings
True

Two notions serve as the basis for all torts: wrongs and compensation
True

A sucessful defense releases the defendent from partial or full liability for a tortious act
True

There are three broad classifications of torts: intentional torts, unintentional torts, and accidental torts
False

Moral pressure constitutes false imprisonment
False

When outrageous conduct consists of speech about a public figure, the First Amendment’s guarentee of freedom of speech limits emotional distress claims
True

A misrepresentation leads another to believe in a condition that is different from the condition that actually exists
True

Abuse of process applies to any person using a legal process against another in an improper manner
True

For fraud to occur, seller’s talk must be involved
False

Specifically targeting the customers of a competitor is always a legitimate business practice
False

The tort of trespass to land is designed to protect the right of an owner to exclusive posession
True

Most states DO NOT allow automobile repair shops to hold a customer’s car when the customer refuses to pay for repairs already completed
False

Failure to live up to a standard of care may be an act or an omission
True

The duty to exercise reasonable care requires store owners to warn business invitees of all risks
False

Judges use proximate cause to limit the scope of a defendant’s liability to a subset of the total number of potential plantiffs that might have been harmed by the defendant’s negligence
True

Negligence per se may occur if an individual voilates a statute or an ordinance providing for a criminal penalty and the voilation causes anouther to be injured
True

Courts apply the assumption of risk doctorine only in emergency situations
False

Under the doctrine of comparitve negligence, only the plantiff’s negligence is computed and the liability for damages is distributed accordingly
False

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