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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4, Sovereign and Subject.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What would we find if we were to examine many types of laws, according to Hart in chapter 3?
(a) Objections to Austin's basic definition of law.
(b) Difference in the letter of the law.
(c) Different laws based on morale.
(d) No difference in the spirit of the law.
2. What do the law of torts specify the conditions of?
(a) Compensation for harms produced by the one own actions.
(b) Compensation for harms produced by the society as a whole.
(c) Compensation for harms produced by the actions of a few people.
(d) Compensation for harms produced by the actions of others.
3. What is law?
(a) A set of loose rules.
(b) A general order backed by threats.
(c) Morale based rules.
(d) How to behave around other people.
4. Who do laws dictated by the queen of England not apply to, according to Hart?
(b) Soviet citizens.
(c) The Irish.
(d) The British.
5. That do the nullity as sanction view try to produce?
(a) A general definition of judge.
(b) A general definition of Custom.
(c) A general definition of rule.
(d) A general definition of law.
Short Answer Questions
1. How can laws be divided?
2. What does attempting a single definition do to the fundamental elements of the law?
3. Who make laws?
4. What do Rules of continuity give future individuals the right to?
5. How does Hart qualifies Province of Jurisprudence Determined, according to Chapter 2?
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