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PRACTICE MOCK TESTPRELIMSSUBJECT WISE MCQTORT LAW

TRESPASS

  1. What is the key element in establishing a claim for trespass to the person?
    A. Negligence
    B. Intent
    C. Strict liability
    D. Recklessness
  2. Which of the following is NOT a form of trespass to the person?
    A. Assault
    B. Battery
    C. Defamation
    D. False imprisonment
  3. Assault in tort law involves:
    A. Physical harm inflicted intentionally
    B. Actual physical contact without consent
    C. Causing fear of imminent harmful or offensive contact
    D. Unlawful confinement of a person
  4. Battery differs from assault in that battery requires:
    A. Physical harm
    B. Intentional contact without consent
    C. Intent to cause fear
    D. False statement about the person
  5. False imprisonment involves:
    A. Physically harming someone intentionally
    B. Intentionally confining someone without lawful justification
    C. Negligently causing emotional distress
    D. Invading someone’s privacy
    Trespass to Property
  6. Trespass to land involves:
    A. Physically harming someone intentionally
    B. Intentionally entering another person’s land without permission
    C. Negligently damaging property
    D. Defaming a property owner
  7. Which of the following is a defense against a claim of trespass to property?
    A. Mistaken belief of ownership
    B. Intent to harm the property
    C. Trespass being committed for a good cause
    D. Ignorance of the law
  8. Conversion in tort law refers to:
    A. Negligently damaging someone’s property
    B. Using someone’s property with permission
    C. Intentionally depriving someone of their property rights
    D. Trespassing without awareness
  9. Which of the following is an example of a temporary trespass to property?
    A. Building a structure on another’s land
    B. Digging a well on another’s land
    C. Placing personal belongings in someone’s yard
    D. Acquiring adverse possession
  10. Nuisance in tort law involves:
    A. Physical harm inflicted intentionally
    B. Unlawful confinement of a person
    C. Interfering with a person’s enjoyment of their property
    D. False statement about the person

Answer Key

  1. : B
  2. : C
  3. : C
  4. : A
  5. : B
  6. : B
  7. : A
  8. : C
  9. : C
  10. : C

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