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Property law: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: The modern law of landlord and tenant in common law jurisdictions retains the influence of the common law and, particularly, the laissez-faire philosophy that dominated the law of ________ and the law of property in the 19th century.
DuressShariaContractDelegation (law)

Question 2: Practically all contemporary societies acknowledge this basic ontological and ________ distinction.
UtilitarianismEthicsAristotleConscience

Question 3: With the growth of consumerism, the law of ________ recognised that common law principles assuming equal bargaining power between parties may cause unfairness.
Product liabilityConsumer protectionContractCompetition law

Question 4: Different parties may claim an interest in property by mistake or ________, with the claims being inconsistent of each other.
NegligenceNeutral reportageFraudTort

Question 5: There have been recent cases of women being subordinated to the fetus, through the imposition of unwanted ________.
ICD-9-CM Volume 3Caesarean sectionSurgeryObstetrics

Question 6: English judges have recently made the point that such women lack the right to exclusive control over their own bodies, formerly considered a fundamental ________ right.
ShariaCivil law (legal system)Common lawReception statute

Question 7: Before the mid-19th century, the principles governing the devolution of real property and personal property on an ________ were quite different.
IntestacyWill (law)Uniform Probate CodeTrust law

Question 8: Historically, ________ served many purposes, and the regulation varied according to intended purposes and the economic conditions of the time.
LeaseProperty lawLeasingLeasehold estate

Question 9: Movable property roughly corresponds to personal property, while immovable property corresponds to ________ or real property, and the associated rights and obligations thereon.
Allodial titleOwnershipReal estateCondominium

Question 10: The concept, idea or ________ of property underlies all property law.
AristotleDavid HumePhilosophyPolitical philosophy
















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