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Philosophy
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Philosophy 2080
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James Hildebrand

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Online Sample Questions1 The thinskulled plaintiff rule states that aonce liability to the plaintiff is established the defendant is responsible for all damages that follow ba tortfeasor must take her victim as she finds him cthe particular susceptibility of a plaintiff to injury will not allow a defendant to reduce the amount of damages dall of the above 2 The difference between a common law jurisdiction and a civil code jurisdiction is a a civil code jurisdiction has codified the procedural rules of civil law that are found in the common law of a common law jurisdiction b a civil code jurisdiction has codified the substantive rules of civil law that are found in the common law of a common law jurisdiction c both of the above d none of the above 3 The purpose of punitive damages in tort law is a to place the defendant in the same position he would have been had the tort not occurred b to place the plaintiff in the same position he would have been had the contract been performed as agreed c to place the plaintiff in the same position he would have been had the tort not occurred d none of the above 4 The law of tort in Ontario is a found in a statute b a body of legal principles found in common law and statute c the law of unintentional interference with persons d the law of unintentional interference with persons and things 5 To say that negligence is an unintentional tort means a the act complained of was not intended by the tortfeasor b the tortfeasor did not intend to cause harm to the plaintiff by her actions c the tortfeasor may be held liable even though she did not foresee that her actions would cause harm to the plaintiff d all of the above e b and c only
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