BUS LAW 3.01
#1. Acceptance - - unqualified willingness to along with offer. #2. Aliens - - people who are living in this country but owe allegiance to another. #3. Benefit - - something a party was not previou...
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Bus Law 2.01
...questioned, tried, or punished. #33. Procedural Law - Group of laws that define the methods for enforcing legal...existing case law in deciding similar cases. #39. Statue of Limitations - State laws setting time limit...
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Bus Law 2.03
#1. Assumption of Risk - knowing of risk and still taking the chance. #2. Comparative Negligence - negligence of each party is compared. #3. Contributory Negligence - plaintiff helps cause his or h...
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Administrative Law - -body of rules created by government regulatory agencies #2. Case Law- - based on...government operates #4. English Common Law- - result of custom-based laws being unified by courts in England...
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BUS LAW 4.01
...promises. #2. Contract- - any agreement enforceable by law. #3. Express- - stated in words (oral or written)...Unenforceable- - court will no uphold due to some rule of law. #6. Unilateral- - contains one promise. #7. Valid-...
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Ch 31 Business law 2
#1. The adequate protection doctrine, among other things, protects secured creditors from losing their security as a result of the automatic stay. - True #2. An automatic stay does not prevent cr...
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Ch 32 Bus Law 2
#1. The term fiduciary refers to a person having a duty created by his or her undertaking to act primarily for another’s benefit in matter connected with the undertaking. - true #2. An agency is ...
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Ch 35 Bus Law 2
#1. Bona fide occupational qualifications are legitimate defenses to discrimination against a protected class when a particular trait is essential to a job. - True #2. A defense against disparate...
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Ch 33 Bus Law 2
#1. An agent has apparent authority when the principal, by either word or action, causes a third party reasonably to believe that the agent has authority to act, even though the agent has not expr...
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#1. 3 Parts to Law - Prohibitory - certain acts must not be committed, Mandatory -certain acts must...Permissive - certain acts may be done #2. Definition of Law - Workable set of rules that balance the individual...
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MGC1 - Principles of Management - WGU
vocab for assessment
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BUS LAW 1.01
...stand", another name for law of precedent or case law #15. Statutes - Laws enacted by legislative bodies...Constitution has supremacy over state laws, state laws have supremacy over local laws #17. Treason - Betrayal or...
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BUS LAW 9.02
- party that agrees, for a fee, to transport goods for anyone who applies, provided the goods are lawful and fit for shipment. #7. Rent - consideration given in return for temporary possession of another's...
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BUS LAW 2.02
...that property. #12. entrapment- - law enforcement officer induces a law-abiding citizen to commit a crime...sexual misconduct. #30. telecommunication laws or Cyber laws-governs the legal issues of cyberspace. ...
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