PSU Legal Quiz

Business Forms Quiz

Question 1

4 / 4 pts

If I wanted to take my business public, I would choose the following form of business.

  

limited partnership

 

  

limited liability company

 

  

C corporation

 

  

S corporation

 

 

Question 2

4 / 4 pts

This business form requires filing with the state.

  

corporation

 

  

limited liability company

 

  

partnership

 

  

A and B

 

 

Question 3

4 / 4 pts

If I were opening a gymnastics facility, I would choose which type of business form for liability protection?

  

sole proprietorship

 

  

S corporation

 

  

limited liability company

 

  

B and C

 

 

Question 4

4 / 4 pts

The following business forms draft a document to provide information on how the business should be run.

  

limited liability company

 

  

corporation

 

  

limited partnership

 

  

all of the above

 

 

Question 5

4 / 4 pts

A partnership requires a formal business structure.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 6

4 / 4 pts

A corporation must have more than one shareholder.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 7

4 / 4 pts

Business liability insurance is needed for which business form?

  

partnership

 

  

corporation

 

  

sole proprietorship

 

  

all of the above

 

 

Question 8

4 / 4 pts

Which business form requires filing articles of incorporation and preparing bylaws?

  

limited partnership

 

  

limited liability company

 

  

Corporation

 

  

Partnership

 

 

Question 9

4 / 4 pts

Liability protection is available in all business forms.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 
Employment Quiz

 

Question 1

4 / 4 pts

Federal law prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender in assessing an employee’s education, training, or experience.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 2

4 / 4 pts

Most employees today work as employees at will unless there are exceptions present. Some of the exceptions include

  

fraud or false promises

 

  

employment discrimination in violation of state or federal law

 

  

Whistleblowing

 

  

A, B, and C

 

 

 

Question 4

4 / 4 pts

An employer has a general duty to keep the workplace safe.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 5

4 / 4 pts

If you accept worker’s compensation benefits, you cannot sue for injuries caused by negligence by the employer.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

 

Question 7

4 / 4 pts

Smithco is an employer subject to federal discrimination laws. Therefore, Smithco cannot discriminate on the basis of

  

race

 

  

sex

 

  

religion

 

  

all of the above

 

 

Question 8

4 / 4 pts

Savannah owns a pet store. Savannah hires Lisa to work in the store at the register and to interact with customers. Lisa dresses in a manner that would be considered a goth look, and Savannah’s customers have indicated a desire not to interact with Lisa. Savannah terminates Lisa’s employment. Lisa has a claim against Savannah for discrimination.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 9

4 / 4 pts

With respect to age discrimination, a plaintiff must prove that he or she was replaced by a person outside the protected class.

  

True

 

  

False

 
Intellectual Property Quiz

 

Question 1

4 / 4 pts

If you took information from a website and included in verbatim in your paper for English 101 without referencing the source, you may have violated copyright law.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 2

4 / 4 pts

You own the trademark for your business in Richmond, Virginia (called Blackbird Media®), and you discover the name is being used by a company in Raleigh, North Carolina. In order to ensure that your trademark remains protected and is not diluted, you will need to notify the company in Raleigh to stop using the trademarked name.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 3

4 / 4 pts

I create an ice cream that changes flavor the longer you keep it in your mouth. I would want to protect that recipe under which of the following for the best protection?

  

patent

 

  

trade secret

 

  

copyright

 

  

A and B

 

 

 

Question 5

4 / 4 pts

The following toys—Hula Hoop, Legos, Yo­Yo, and Frisbee—all have what in common?

  

They are works of protected expression.

 

  

They were patented toys.

 

  

They are trade secrets.

 

  

They are descriptive terms.

 

 

Question 6

4 / 4 pts

Say you develop a program that can be utilized by amateur genealogists to create their family trees by importing information from various databases around the world. In addition to treaty laws and privacy laws, you would need to ensure that you are not violating which of these laws?

  

copyright

 

  

patent

 

  

undue influence

 

  

contractual capacity

 

  

A and B

 

 

Question 7

4 / 4 pts

If you opened a coffee shop in Butte, Montana, you would need to ensure that you were not infringing on the trademark owned by a company in Fort Collins, Colorado.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 8

4 / 4 pts

If I take old family­-reunion photos from 1980 and create a photo book and share it with family members, can one of those photos later be used by an advertising agency in a campaign for a catering company entitled “Not Your Family’s Picnic”?

  

yes, but only with my permission as the creator of the work

 

 

no, because the other family members in the photo have not given their permission for the images to be used

  

yes, because it would fall under the fair use doctrine

 

  

no, because the person that took the photo (or his/her heirs) has not given permission

 

 

Question 9

4 / 4 pts

Copyright protection is invoked if you write a poem on a sheet of paper.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 10

4 / 4 pts

The word eyeglasses cannot be trademarked because it describes a generic class of goods.

  

True

 

  

False

 Principal/Agent Quiz

 

Question 1

4 / 4 pts

An agency relationship can be formed by

  

agreement

 

  

ratification

 

  

estoppel

 

  

All of the above

 

 

Question 2

4 / 4 pts

An agent’s duty to a principal includes the duties of performance, notification, loyalty, obedience, and accounting.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 3

4 / 4 pts

A power of attorney gives the Samantha the authority to pay the monthly bills for her father’s condo while he is on a cruise to Alaska.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 4

4 / 4 pts

Independent contractors have no control over the details of their work performance.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 5

4 / 4 pts

A principal’s duty to an agent includes

  

compensation

 

  

reimbursement and indemnification

 

  

cooperation

 

  

All of the above

 

 

 

 

Question 7

4 / 4 pts

Juan is a truck driver for ABC Trucking. Juan does exactly what ABC Trucking tells him. Juan is

  

an employee

 

  

an employer

 

  

an independent contractor

 

  

a principal

 

 

Question 8

4 / 4 pts

Under the doctrine of respondeat superior, the principal/employer is liable for any harm caused to a third party by an agent/employee within the scope of employment.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 9

4 / 4 pts

Dandy Don’s Auto Sales employs Tudor Collection Company as a collection agent. While repossessing a car from Tina, one of Dandy Don’s customers, Tudor causes an accident in which Tina is injured. Tina can recover from

  

Dandy Don’s only

 

  

Dandy Don’s or Tudor

 

  

Tudor only

 

  

Tina’s insurance company only

 

 

Question 10

4 / 4 pts

To form an agency relationship, the agreement must be voluntary, it must always be in writing, and consideration is required.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Mediation, Arbitration, Litigation Quiz

 

Question 1

4 / 4 pts

Both federal and state courts have trial courts, appellate courts, and supreme courts.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 2

4 / 4 pts

This form of alternate dispute resolution does not require the third party to render a decision, but to help the parties resolve their issues.

  

negotiation

 

  

mediation

 

  

non-binding arbitration

 

  

binding arbitration

 

 

Question 3

4 / 4 pts

During mediation, only the mediator can end the mediation session.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 4

4 / 4 pts

Only the federal court system has specialty courts.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 5

4 / 4 pts

Which of the following is part of the discovery phase of litigation?

  

Pleadings

 

  

Depositions

 

  

Interrogatories

 

  

B and C

 

 

Question 6

4 / 4 pts

Mediation can only be entered into voluntarily and cannot be required by a court.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 7

4 / 4 pts

The following are required parts of the mediation process.

  

both parties meeting with the mediator

 

  

parties meeting independently with the mediator

 

  

a written settlement agreement

 

  

A and B

 

 

Question 8

4 / 4 pts

The state supreme court must hear all cases appealed to the court.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 9

4 / 4 pts

Litigation is the most expensive form of dispute resolution.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 10

4 / 4 pts

All litigation cases require a jury to render a verdict.

  

True

 

  

False

 

Business Torts and Product Liability Quiz

 

Question 1

4 / 4 pts

Bolt Cola puts a picture of Usain Bolt on its can in order to sell more of its product. Usain Bolt did not give permission; thus, Usain Bolt can file an invasion of privacy claim against Bolt Cola.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 2

4 / 4 pts

Tom borrows a chain saw from Hank and, while using the chain saw, breaks one of the components, fails to repair the saw, and does not return it to Hank. Hank would be able to file a conversion claim against Tom.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 3

4 / 4 pts

Jennifer Aniston was on vacation in the Riviera on a friend’s yacht. Nude sunbathing pictures of her on her trip appear in US Weekly. Jennifer can

  

file a defamation action against US Weekly

 

  

file an invasion of privacy claim against US Weekly

 

  

file a trespass claim against US Weekly

 

  

none of the above, because Jennifer Aniston is a famous person

 

 

Question 4

4 / 4 pts

Frank’s car has just been repaired. When Frank exits the service station, his wheel falls off. At the same time, a woman walking down the sidewalk near the service station trips and breaks her arm. The woman would not have a claim against Frank because her injury resulted from her tripping and not the car.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 5

4 / 4 pts

Francisco García of the Sacramento Kings was balancing on a 75­-centimeter Ledraplastic balancing ball along with weights when the ball burst and he was injured. He fractured his right forearm and was unable to play the first four months in his first­year contract with the Kings. Francisco could file a products liability action against Ledraplastic.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 6

4 / 4 pts

A negligence action requires the following elements to be met.

  

damages

 

  

breach of a duty of care

 

  

a valid, enforceable contract existing between the parties

 

  

A and B

 

 

Question 7

4 / 4 pts

In 1994, Stella Liebeck accidentally spilled hot coffee, purchased at McDonald’s, on her lower body and suffered third­degree burns on her thighs, groin, and buttocks. Liebeck filed a claim against McDonald’s and won. This is an example of which type of tort case?

  

intentional infliction of emotional distress

 

  

product liability

 

  

defamation

 

  

false imprisonment

 

  

battery

 

 

Question 8

4 / 4 pts

You have been invited to attend a baseball game with your friends. Your seats are on the third­base line. If you are hit with a ball, your case is not actionable because you were aware of the risk and voluntarily sat in those seats.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 9

4 / 4 pts

Torts can be intentional, unintentional, or strict liability.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 10

4 / 4 pts

A farmer uses a hay baler and, while the machine is running, something is caught that the farmer tries to remove by pulling on it. The farmer’s sleeve gets caught and his hand and/or arm are injured. The court would use a comparative negligence model to assess any damages to the farmer because he contributed to the injury by putting his arm near the moving equipment.

  

True

 

  

False

 


Uniform Commercial Code Quiz

Question 1

4 / 4 pts

Kelly issues a check to “Peter and Paul.” She gives the check to Peter, who signs it and deposits it into his checking account. Paul demands his payment from Kelly, who in turns demands payment from her bank. Is the bank liable to Kelly?

  

No; it paid the check to Peter.

 

  

No; Paul could sue Peter for the value of the check.

 

  

Yes; the check was not negotiable with only Peter’s endorsement.

 

  

Yes, but for only half of the amount of the check.

 

 

Question 2

4 / 4 pts

Tim makes a check payable to “Tina, Doug, Beth, Sara.” Whose endorsements may be on the check for it to be negotiable?

  

Tina

 

  

Beth and Sara

 

  

Tina, Doug, Beth, and Sara

 

  

all of the above

 

 

Question 3

4 / 4 pts

Melanie finds a check on the ground that is payable to the order of Todd Smith. Todd has endorsed his name on the back of the check. The check is issued by Mark Stevens. Melanie takes the check to her bank and gives it to a teller. In this scenario, who was/are the holders of this check?

  

Melanie

 

  

Mark Stevens, Todd Smith, Melanie, and the bank

 

  

Melanie, Todd Smith, and Mark Stevens

 

  

The bank, Todd Smith, and Melanie

 

 

Question 4

4 / 4 pts

Steve, John, and Todd are signers on an operating account for Regency Corporation. John issues a check to Flynn’s Tire Center. Who is authorized to place a stop payment on this check?

  

only John

 

  

Steve or Todd

 

  

Todd or John

 

  

B and C

 

 

Question 5

4 / 4 pts

You have a duty to report check alterations to your bank within one year of discovering the alteration.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 6

4 / 4 pts

Natalie may not order a stop payment on the check she issued to Karen because she owes Karen the money and is only stopping payment due to the disagreement they just had.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 7

4 / 4 pts

Tiffany delivers goods before she is able to file the UCC­1. Does she have a purchase­money security interest in the goods?

  

yes

 

  

no

 

 

Question 8

4 / 4 pts

A check payable to “cash” is a bearer instrument.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

 

Question 10

4 / 4 pts

Jason sells 12 bikes to Mike on credit and they execute a security agreement. Mike has already pledged his inventory for his bike shop as collateral for his bank loan. What must Jason do to create a purchase-­money security interest in the bikes?

  

file a UCC­-1

 

  

file the UCC­-1 before he delivers the bikes

 

  

give notice to the bank

 

  

amend the bank’s UCC­-1 filing

 

Exam 1

 

Question 1

2 / 2 pts

Which is not one of the four basic types of business forms?

  

limited partnership

 

  

sole proprietorship

 

  

corporation

 

  

limited liability company

 

 

Question 2

2 / 2 pts

If I wanted to take my business public, I would choose the following form of business.

  

limited partnership

 

  

limited liability company

 

  

C corporation

 

  

S corporation

 

 

Question 3

2 / 2 pts

Taxes get passed through to the member in a limited liability company.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

 

Question 5

2 / 2 pts

A partnership requires a formal business structure.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 6

2 / 2 pts

If I were to hire Sidney Crosby away from the Pittsburgh Penguins and bring him to the Buffalo Sabers, I would have him sign a contract because

 

it would secure and bind him to my organization and I would be paid if he left sooner than the term of his contract

 

I want to ensure that he does not prematurely leave my organization because of his special skill and expertise

  

he is an employee that would be hard to replace

 

  

A, B, and C

 

 

Question 7

2 / 2 pts

ABC Company denies Angel FMLA leave for the birth of his child, but Angel takes the time off anyway. The employer can be required to provide

  

damages for lost wages and benefits

 

  

job reinstatement

 

  

promotion, if one was denied

 

  

A, B, and C

 

 

Question 8

2 / 2 pts

Jacob retires from his job as a manager at Readers Bookstore. Federal law provides

  

termination of pension benefits upon employment termination

 

  

vesting of employees’ rights to all pension benefits immediately

 

  

employer’s required establishment of pension plans

 

  

timely and uninterrupted payment of private pension benefits

 

 

Question 9

2 / 2 pts

Smithco is an employer subject to federal discrimination laws. Therefore, Smithco cannot discriminate on the basis of

  

race

 

  

sex

 

  

religion

 

  

all of the above

 

 

Question 10

2 / 2 pts

If you were injured in your workplace, and as a result your injury required hospitalization, and you later lost your job because you could no longer work, which of the following enforcement agencies/laws might apply to your situation?

  

OSHA

 

  

State Worker’s Compensation Commission

 

  

Medicare Act

 

  

all of the above

 

 

Question 11

2 / 2 pts

ABC Company is creating a training manual for its employees and the manual quotes the following: “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” The manual does not acknowledge the author of the quote. Can ABC Company be sued for copyright infringement?

 

no, because the manual is used for training purposes and thus being used under the fair use doctrine

  

yes, because the author is not being credited for the statement

 

  

no, because it is a quote and not an authored work

 

  

no, because failure to attribute the quote is plagiarism and not copyright infringement

 

 

 

Question 13

2 / 2 pts

I create an ice cream that changes flavor the longer you keep it in your mouth. I would want to protect that recipe under which of the following for the best protection?

  

patent

 

  

trade secret

 

  

copyright

 

  

A and B

 

 

Question 14

2 / 2 pts

XYZ Websites, Inc. is creating a website for a photographer and wants to utilize background music for the opening page. The photographer is a big fan of Enya and wants to use one of her songs on the website. In order to use the song, XYZ would need to ensure it is no longer copyrighted or obtain permission.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 15

2 / 2 pts

If you develop a star­-shaped box to use in your jewelry business as packaging for items purchased by your customers, you could protect that box using the trademark process.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 16

2 / 2 pts

Under the doctrine of respondeat superior, the principal/employer is liable for any harm caused to a third party by an agent/employee within the scope of employment.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 17

2 / 2 pts

Express authority is actual authority given in clear, direct, and definite terms and must always be in writing (no exceptions).

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 18

2 / 2 pts

A principal owes an agent a duty of estoppels.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 19

2 / 2 pts

To form an agency relationship, the agreement must be voluntary, it must always be in writing, and consideration is required.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 20

2 / 2 pts

Dandy Don’s Auto Sales employs Tudor Collection Company as a collection agent. While repossessing a car from Tina, one of Dandy Don’s customers, Tudor causes an accident in which Tina is injured. Tina can recover from

  

Dandy Don’s only

 

  

Dandy Don’s or Tudor

 

  

Tudor only

 

  

Tina’s insurance company only

 

 

Question 21

2 / 2 pts

Trent owns a nature preserve on 100 acres and has a monkey cage that houses various species of monkey in their natural habitat. Trent will give supervised tours of the facility. Some college students in a fraternity are going through initiation; they are blindfolded and dropped off in an open area that is part of the preserve. They come upon the cage, but there is a fault with the cage; one of the monkeys is outside and attacks the college students. The college students would

  

not have a claim because they trespassed on the property

 

 

have a claim under strict liability since the housing of exotic pets is inherently dangerous

 

  

not have a claim because they invaded Trent’s privacy

 

  

have a claim, but it would be subject to comparative negligence on their part

 

 

Question 22

2 / 2 pts

Tom borrows a chain saw from Hank and, while using the chain saw, breaks one of the components, fails to repair the saw, and does not return it to Hank. Hank would be able to file a conversion claim against Tom.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 23

2 / 2 pts

Jennifer Aniston was on vacation in the Riviera on a friend’s yacht. Nude sunbathing pictures of her on her trip appear in US Weekly. Jennifer can

  

file a defamation action against US Weekly

 

  

file an invasion of privacy claim against US Weekly

 

  

file a trespass claim against US Weekly

 

  

none of the above, because Jennifer Aniston is a famous person

Question 24

2 / 2 pts

Francisco García of the Sacramento Kings was balancing on a 75­-centimeter Ledraplastic balancing ball along with weights when the ball burst and he was injured. He fractured his right forearm and was unable to play the first four months in his first­year contract with the Kings. Francisco could file a products liability action against Ledraplastic.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 25

2 / 2 pts

Product liability is a form of strict liability because, even if the manufacturer used the utmost care, the products are abnormally dangerous.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 26

2 / 2 pts

Consideration in a contract requires

  

something of legally sufficient value

 

  

a bargained-for exchange

 

  

a written agreement

 

  

A and B

 

 

Question 27

2 / 2 pts

In forming a contract, an element of prime importance is the parties’ intent.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 28

2 / 2 pts

In order for a valid contract to exist, the following requirements must be met.

  

consideration

 

  

legality

 

  

fairness

 

  

all of the above

 

 

Question 29

2 / 2 pts

Promises made in consideration of marriage are subject to the statute of frauds.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 30

2 / 2 pts

Steve asks Mark, “Do you want to buy one of my drills?”  This is

  

a valid offer

 

  

not a valid offer because the terms are not definite

 

  

not a valid offer because there was no meeting of the minds

 

  

not a valid offer because it is not in writing

 

 

Question 31

2 / 2 pts

An easement grants a person permission to go onto the property of another and take what they need from it.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 32

2 / 2 pts

If a lease is broken by the landlord, the tenant may sue the landlord in court for which of the following?

  

return of rent for when the tenant could not occupy the property

 

  

damages for having to seek other accommodations

 

  

attorney’s fees and costs to file the claim

 

  

All of the above

 

 

Question 33

2 / 2 pts

Mary transfers her property to her son Roger, retaining a life estate in the property. Mary has which of the following rights?

  

complete authority over the property, including the right to sell

 

  

total control and use of the land, but cannot sell the property

 

  

the right to possession of the property for a specific period of time

 

  

none of the above

 

 

Question 34

2 / 2 pts

Real property includes all of the following EXCEPT

  

land

 

  

buildings

 

  

lights

 

  

refrigerators

 

 

Question 35

2 / 2 pts

The seller of real property has to disclose information to the buyer on any hidden defect in the property.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 36

2 / 2 pts

All unethical behavior is illegal.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 37

2 / 2 pts

A person’s moral and ethical behavior can be molded by his/her experiences, upbringing, religious beliefs, and mentors.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 38

2 / 2 pts

Sam realizes that his co-worker, Benji, is not receiving the plum reporting assignments at the newspaper and believes this to be because of his ethnicity. He thinks a lot about the civil rights movement and then goes to talk with the editor. This is an example of which type of ethical theory?

  

ethical fundamentalism

 

  

utilitarianism

 

  

Rawls’s social justice theory

 

  

ethical relativism

 

 

 

Question 40

2 / 2 pts

Jim needs to lay off an employee at his construction company. He decides it is going to be one of his estimators, Tina or Kelly. Tina is 45 years old, has been working for the company for two years, and is a single mother of a 16-year-old son. Kelly is 30 years old, has been working for the company for eight years, and is pregnant with her first child. Jim decides to lay off Kelly. 

  

This is an example of unethical behavior.

 

  

This is an example of illegal behavior.

 

  

A and B

 

  

none of the above

 

 

Question 41

2 / 2 pts

Tina makes a check payable to Jeff. Jeff endorses the check with his signature and writes, “Payable to Ava.” Ava then endorses the check and takes it to her bank to be deposited. Which answer correctly describes this scenario?

 

Ava’s endorsement is a third­-party endorsement, since Ava was not an original party to the check (i.e., Tina and Jeff) and she endorsed the check.

 

This is a third-­party endorsement because three parties are involved: Tina, Jeff, and Ava.

 

 

Since the check was deposited at a bank with three signatures on it (i.e., Tina’s, as the maker of the check, and Jeff and Ava as endorsers), this is a third­-party endorsement.

  

None of the above

 

 

 

Question 43

2 / 2 pts

A check payable to “cash” is a bearer instrument.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 44

2 / 2 pts

Tim makes a check payable to “Tina, Doug, Beth, Sara.” Whose endorsements may be on the check for it to be negotiable?

  

Tina

 

  

Beth and Sara

 

  

Tina, Doug, Beth, and Sara

 

  

all of the above

 

 

 

Question 46

2 / 2 pts

Both federal and state courts have trial courts, appellate courts, and supreme courts.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 47

2 / 2 pts

Which of the following is part of the discovery phase of litigation?

  

Pleadings

 

  

Depositions

 

  

Interrogatories

 

  

B and C

 

 

Question 48

2 / 2 pts

Federal courts have jurisdiction over any case involving citizens of different states with amounts in controversy exceeding $75,000.00.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

Question 49

2 / 2 pts

Samantha wants to initiate a lawsuit against Hollywood Theatre by filing a complaint. The complaint should include which of the following?

  

interrogatories

 

  

a request for production of documents

 

  

the facts establishing Samantha’s basis for relief

 

  

A and C

 

 

Question 50

2 / 2 pts

A court must have jurisdiction over the subject matter and the persons involved in a case in order for the case to proceed.

  

True

 

  

False

 

 

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