Landfill Harmonics and 21st-Century Skills (two peers responds 100 words each)
July 17, 2019
Module 2 For Fortified
July 17, 2019

Chandra is an invalid and therefore can’t put her signature on her will. Her friend Nina signs the will for her. When Nina signs on f her. When Nina signs on behalf of Chandra, there’s no one else in the house. Is the will valid?

Chandra is an invalid and therefore can’t put her signature on her will. Her friend Nina signs the will for her. When Nina signs on f her. When Nina signs on behalf of Chandra, there’s no one else in the house. Is the will valid?

A. No, since Nina didn’t date it.

B. Yes, since Chandra was present during the time the will was signed.

C. Yes, since Chandra is presumed to be mentally competent.

D. No, since there were no witnesses present during the signing of the will.

2. Carl runs a gas station on Macy Boulevard. Macy Boulevard’s zoning doesn’t permit use of property asaa gas a gas station. Carl is in aa gas station. Carl is in violation of zoning laws unless

A. no one complains.

B. Carl’s use began before the zoning law prohibiting gas stations was adopted.

C. the zoning law would cause hardship to Carl.

D. Carl’s use began after the zoning law prohibiting gas stations was ad

3. Mildred deeded property to her daughter, Victoria. The deed explicitly stated that Mildred would remain the owner of the property in in the owner of the property for the remainder of her life and that at her death, Victoria would become the owner of the property. What owner of the property. What type of possessory interest does Mildred possess after the transaction?

A. Easement appurtenant

B. Remainder

C. Life estate

D. Fee simple absolute

4. Trudy had been a constant companion of Gertrude. When Gertrude died, she left Trudy $10,000 in her will. On what basis might other will. On what basis might other heirs attempt to challenge the $10,000 gift?

A. Undue influence

B. Unsound mind

C. Improper execution

D. Improper heirship

5. A _______ trust is one that’s created by a will.

A. testamentary

B. living

C. conveyance in

D. declaration of

6. Joe, an outspoken union advocate working in the shipping department at Frontline Co. for the past 10 years, is transferred to clean ears is transferred to clean out the oil pit. Joe is also paid less for this job. Joe has several allergic reactions to the oil and quits the to the oil and quits the company due to health reasons. Frontline Co. has

A. engaged in constructive discharge.

B. exercised lawful management rights.

C. made a discriminatory decision in violation of the Civil Rights Act.

D. established a closed shop.

7. AML Union tells Standard Co. during contract negotiations that “unfortunate events may occur” if Standard doesn’t agree to most of dard doesn’t agree to most of the union contract proposals. The next day, two Standard Co. trucks burn. AML Union has

ML Union has

A. exercised its First Amendment rights.

B. not bargained in good faith.

C. engaged in destructive bargaining.

D. made a statement of opinion.

8. A/an _______ is an example of tangible property.

A. account receivable

B. share of corporate stock

C. iPhone

D. promissory note

9. Carl has his lawyer prepare his will. Wanting to make a few minor changes, Carl places some handwritten words in the margins, ten ten words in the margins, initials them, and scratches out words in the typed text. Carl’s changes

A. create a new will.

B. are legally ineffective.

C. amend the typed will.

D. create a codicil.

10. Tom dies, and in his will, he names Pinson as the personal representative of his estate. Pinson decides to sell Tom’s house to Sally. To sell Toms house to Sally. Pinson could transfer title to Sally by means of

A. a license issued by the court.

B. the decree of the probate court judge.

C. the sworn statement of Pinson.

D. the probate court records.

11. Morgan, a resident of New York, had an antique car collection garaged in New Jersey. The car titles were kept in a safety deposit box of a bank in Delaware. If Morgan dies intestate, the law of which state will determine the ownership of the cars?

A. New Jersey

B. New York

C. New Jersey, New York, and Delaware

D. Delaware

12. Smith, an agent, buys and sells used computer equipment on behalf of New Life Technologies, Inc. In the absence of an agreement, which of the following tasks may Smith delegate to Elizabeth?

A. The authority to buy and sell used computer equipment

B. Keeping a record of transactions Smith undertakes on behalf of New Life

C. Estimating the fair market value of used computer equipment

D. The authority to fix the selling price of used computer equipment

13. Agnes borrowed a cup of sugar from her next-door neighbor. She intended to return the sugar the next day. This transaction was a

A. mutual-benefit bailment.

B. mutuum.

C. bailment for the sole benefit of the bailee.

D. bailment for the sole benefit of the bailor.

14. Darius wrote a will leaving his property in equal shares “to all my friends,” which he dated and signed. Is the will valid?

A. Yes, since he has dated and signed it.

B. No, since there’s a numerical limit to the number of legal heirs.

C. Probably not, since the language of the will is ambiguous.

D. Yes, most likely, since the document expresses Darius’ intent.

14. Darius wrote a will leaving his property in equal shares “to all my friends,” which he dated and signed. Is the will valid?

A. Yes, since he has dated and signed it.

B. No, since there’s a numerical limit to the number of legal heirs.

C. Probably not, since the language of the will is ambiguous.

D. Yes, most likely, since the document expresses Darius’ intent.

15. Sally has a right of way to cross Bob’s property to get access to her own property. Which of the following statements is true?

A. Sally and Bob both own an easement.

B. Bob owns an easement.

C. Sally has the dominant tenement because she enjoys the easement.

D. Bob has the dominant tenement because he enjoys the easement.

A. Sally and Bob both own an easement.

B. Bob owns an easement.

C. Sally has the dominant tenement because she enjoys the easement.

D. Bob has the dominant tenement because he enjoys the easement.

16. Leopold owns 100 acres in a remote place that he rarely visits. One day, Kate sets up camp in the middle of the 100 acres and ends up living on the land and using the land for her provisions for 15 years. If it’s found that Kate owns this land due, it’s most likely due to

A. quitclaim deed.

B. adverse possession.

C. warranty deed.

D. inheritance.

17. What is an advance directive?

A. It gives medical care instructions if a person is incapable of giving instructions.

B. It gives instructions to an executor or administrator regarding settling the estate.

C. It states what a person wants to happen to his or her property on death.

D. It directs a trustee regarding administration of property for a child.

18. Lucy’s stepfather, Zed, passed away intestate when she was 19. Zed had never adopted Lucy, but they were much closer than most fathers and daughters. As a stepdaughter

A. Lucy has a limited right of inheritance, since she wasn’t adopted.

B. Lucy’s legal rights of inheritance are the same as those of adopted children.

C. Lucy’s legal rights of inheritance are the same as those of Zed’s natural children.

D. Lucy has no right of inheritance, since she wasn’t adopted.

19. Elmer is a tenant in possession, but his possession is wrongful. Elmer has a

A. tenancy for years.

B. tenancy at will.

C. periodic tenancy.

D. tenancy at sufferance.

20. Sal hires Antoinette to sell his house and gives her power of attorney that authorizes her to do, but the power of attorney says nothing about price. Sal tells Antoinette to take nothing less than $200,000. Harry offers Antoinette $195,000 for the house, and Antoinette accepts. If Sal is bound by the sale contract, the most likely reason is __________ authority.

A. actual

B. implied

C. apparent

D. express

 

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