An example of the tort of nuisance is
|A)||a false statement about someone.|
|C)||hunting on private property.|
|D)||a noxious odor coming from a neighbor's house.|
Most states no longer follow the doctrine of contributory negligence.
Strict liability cannot be applied in product liability cases.
Strict liability involves the performance of
|A)||the doctrine of contributory negligence.|
|B)||the doctrine of comparative negligence.|
|C)||an assumption of risk.|
|D)||an ultrahazardous activity.|
Slander is a false statement in written or printed form that injures another person's reputation.
The tort that occurs most often in society today is
|A)||defamation of character.|
|C)||invasion of privacy.|
A single action can be both a tort and a crime.
Assault and battery are considered one tort is the courts.
A tort is a crime committed by one person on another and
|A)||leads the wronged party to try and recover money as compensation for the loss or injury suffered.|
|B)||requires the government to protect society from the individual committing the crime.|
|C)||can result in imprisonment if it is determined to be intentional.|
|D)||harms the public at large and is therefore punishable by the government.|
The four elements of negligence are
|A)||legal duty, breach of duty, the reasonable person test, and actual harm.|
|B)||legal duty, breach of duty, proximate cause, and actual harm.|
|C)||duty of care, invasion of privacy, proximate cause, and actual harm.|
|D)||contributory duty, comparative duty, assumption of risk, and actual harm.|