ASHFORD BUS311 WEEK 3 AND WEEK 4 QUIZES ALL CORRECT ANSWERS

| September 29, 2018

Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act makes it illegal for
an employer to discriminate based on an individual’s race, color, religion,
sex, or national origin in any term or condition of employment.

True
False

Question 2. Question
: An employer has a duty to
indemnify, or compensate an employee for any losses suffered as a result of
authorized legal acts that the employee performs under the employment
agreement.

True
False

Question 3. Question
: A fiduciary relationship is
where one owes another a very high standard of loyalty and care, including the
duty to look out for the other’s best interest and the duty to give notice of
anything the other might reasonably wish to know.

True
False

Question 4. Question
: Under Title IV of the 1964
Civil Rights Act
the Catholic Church is required to ordain women for the
priesthood.

True
False

Question 5. Question
: The Age Discrimination in
Employment Act of 1986
only protects men and women over age 65 against
discrimination because of their age in hiring or promotion.

True
False

Question 6. Question
: Title VII of the 1964 Civil
Rights Act also applies to employers who employ less than 15 persons for a
maximum of 15 hours per week during the year.

True
False

Question 7. Question
: Jose’s mother, Margaret, named
Jose as her financial power of attorney so that Jose could endorse her checks,
pay her bills and take care of her finances. The day after Margaret died; Jose
found Margaret’s retirement check in her mail. Jose endorsed the check as
Margaret’s power of attorney and deposited it into Margaret’s sole account.
Jose’s actions were:

appropriate because Margaret gave him a
financial power of attorney.
illegal because Jose’s authority as power of
attorney ended upon Margaret’s death.
appropriate because he was acting in
Margaret’s best interest.

illegal because Jose was not acting in Margaret’s
best interest.

Instructor Explanation: @Feedback: The answer can be found in Section
12.2 Termination of Agency: Death or Loss of Capacity, in the text.

Question 8. Question
: Which of the following is
required to have a valid agency?

The agent’s consent to act

The principal’s agreement to compensate the
agent

A contract

None of these

Instructor Explanation:
@Feedback: The answer can be found in Section 12.1
Agency: Agency Formation, in the text.

Points Received: 0 of 1

Question 9. Question
: The U.S. Constitution protects
private sector employees through provisions for equal protection and due
process.

True
False

Points Received: 0 of 1

Question 10. Question
: Among other things, the Fair
Labor Standards Act of 1938 regulates minimum wage hours worked and overtime,
employees’ breaks and child labor.

True
False

Mark, Matt, and Janina have a partnership. Which of the
following will dissolve it?

Without authority from her partners, Janina
contracts to have the partnership offices completely redecorated.
Matt commits a tort within the scope of
partnership business.

Vernon is added as a partner.

Matt is in a car accident and paralyzed from
the neck down.

Question 2. Question
: Brian is the 99% shareholder,
president, and director of Arapine Corp. He frequently uses the corporation
credit card for his personal expenses. If Arapine is insolvent and unable to
pay its debts, and the corporation’s creditors sue Brian personally, what is
the likely result?

Brian is liable because he is a 99%
shareholder.

Brian is liable if he, as president, made the
contracts with the creditors.
Brian is liable because the court will pierce
the corporate veil

Brian will not be liable.

Instructor Explanation: @Feedback: The answer can be found in Section
13.2 Corporations: Advantages and Disadvantages of Corporations, in the text.

Question 3. Question
: Which of the following is NOT
involved in doing business on behalf of the corporation?

Promoters

Directors

Officers

Shareholders

Question 4. Question
: Generally, the law presumes
that the renter of an apartment will

fix a leaky faucet.

fix a leaky roof.

give at least 60 days notice that he is
leaving.

show the apartment to prospective buyers if
the building is for sale.

Question 5. Question
: Jake moves into an empty
house. The owner lives down the block, and sees Jake coming and going
periodically. Before Jake moved in, the house was often vandalized, but Jake
seems to be taking care of it. After 20 years, the law declares Jake to be the
owner of the property. This is an example of:

Accession

An easement

Adverse possession

An implied tenancy

Question 6. Question
: Cary, Dean, and Madeline are
partners in a furniture store. Madeline wants to buy some antiques from an
upcoming estate sale. Dean thinks it’s a good idea, but Cary says it is too
pricey. Madeline goes ahead and buys the antiques. Which of the following best
describes the situation?

All three partners must agree on the
furniture purchase.

The estate can hold the partnership liable,
but Madeline has breached her duty to the partnership.
Cary will not be liable to the estate on the
antiques contract.

The partnership and all three partners will
be liable on the contract for the antiques.

Question 7. Question
: Tamsyn is a promoter for Akers
Inc., which is in the process of being formed. Tamsyn makes a contract with
Lyle to rent warehouse space for Akers. Once Akers is formed, the board decides
to buy a warehouse instead of renting. Who is liable to Lyle?

Tamsyn

Akers Inc.

The board of directors for Akers Inc.

All of these

Question 8. Question
: Isabel invents a new type of
exercise shoe, which she calls the “Super Soul.” To protect the name of her
product, Isabel should get a:

Patent

Copyright

Trademark

Logo

Question 9. Question
: Personal property is defined
as

portable property.

property which is owned by an individual.

property which is fixed in an object.

property which is attached to land.

Question 10. Question
: Carmen tells Jason, “I just
found out I have cancer and I probably only have a month to live, so I’m giving
you my oil painting, ‘Flowers in a Vase’.” Jason commiserates over her
impending death, thanks her, and takes the painting. This illustrates:

A gift inter vivos

A gift causa mortis

An irrevocable gift

A revocable gift

Two of these

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