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LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Malicious Falsehood, False Statement, Justifiable Homicide

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Chapter 1

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Goal of business is to make money. Knowledge of law leads to greater risk management, reduces potential costs, increases potential profits. Legal educa
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Chapter #6.docx

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Tort of negligence: determines whether the defendant can be held liable for carelessly causing injury to the plaintiff y ex. A manufacture may produce
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LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Professional Liability Insurance, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Law Society

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Litigation is the system of resolving disputes in court. Unpredictable time consuming frequently fatal to business relationships. Very few cases are de
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Chapter #7.docx

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Intention to create legal relations y y y. Intention to create legal relations: arises if a reasonable person would believe that they parties intended
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LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Estoppel

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Consideration must be provided by both parties y consideration: exists when a party either gives (or promises to give) a benefit to someone else or suf
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LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Strict Liability, Independent Contractor, Punitive Damages

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Tort = generally consists of a failure to fulfill a private obligation that was imposed by law. Tortfeasor = a person who has committed a tort. Tort =
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Chapter #12.docx

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Chapter #12: contractual remedies y one or more remedies may be available if a contract is breached. In the vast majority of cases, the remedy for a br
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Chapter #10.docx

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Six different contractual defects and their legal consequences incapacity, absence of writing, mistake, frustration, illegality, and unfairness during
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LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Breach (Security Exploit), Malicious Falsehood

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Other important torts in business context: y conspiracy y. Interference with contractual relationships y unlawful interference with economic relations
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LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Intentional Tort, False Imprisonment, Voyeurism

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Chapter #9.docx

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It does not impose a contractual obligation, it could induce the creation of a contract, it does not form part of that contract. The distinction b/t th
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