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Jaqy distributes a handbill among her neighbors accusing one of them; Ked; of being a convicted sex offender. The statement is defamatory only if
a) the statement is false b) a neighbor repeats it c) Ked suffers emotional distress d) the statement is true
Great Tans, Inc., uses in its radio ads, a recording by Holly, who owns the rights, without paying for the use. Over time, the song comes to be associated with Great Tans. In Holly's suit against Great Tans, the firm is most likely liable for
a) appropriation b) conversion c) wrongful interference with a customary relationship d) none of the choices
From a computer in a distant location, Sergio searches Tia's personal computer without her permission. Sergio is most likely liable for
a) invasion of privacy b) no tort c) appropriation d) conversion
Kai files a suit against Lana based on one of Lana's statements that Kai alleges is fraudulent. To give rise to fraud, the statement must be one of
a) fact b) emotion c) illusion d) opinion
Clem, a Delite Dairy salesperson, follows Edna, a salesperson for Festive Foods, a Delite competitor, as Edna visits stores to make sales. Clem solicits each of Edna's customers. Clem is most likely liable for
a) wrongful interference with a business relationship b) trespass to personal property c) conversion d) trade libel
Joy invites Ken into her apartment. Ken commits trespass to land if he
a) refuses to leave when Joy asks him to go b) enters the apartment with fraudulent intent c) harms the apartment in any way d) makes disparaging remarks about Joy to others
Jane enters onto Sam's property to help someone in danger. If Sam charges Jane with trespass to land, Jane has
a) a complete defense b) no defense c) a possible defense d) a partial defense
Quin, a clerk at PC Computer Store, takes a computer from the store without PC's permission. Quin is liable for conversion
a) under any circumstances b) if he damages the computer c) if he doesn't have a good reason for taking the computer d) if he fails to prevent a theft of the computer from his possession.
Ian steals a business law textbook from Jules. Kris, who does not know that the book is stolen, buys it from Ian. Kris has committed.
a) conversion b) disparagement of property c) no tort d) wrongful interference with a business relationship
In a newspaper ad, Select Used Motors falsely accuses Top Value Vehicles, a competitor, of selling stolen cars. Top Value's sales decrease. Select has most likely committed.
a) slander of title b) defamation c) no tort d) slander of quality
Oakley posts a defamatory remark about Pierre in roominate, an online social network maintained by SocNet Inc., an Internet service provider. Most likely to be held liable for the remark is
a) Oakley b) Pierre c) Roominate d) SocNet
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