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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does the populace trust to determine the specificity of the laws?
(c) Certain bodies such as courts.
2. What are customary society's rules unable to do?
(a) Have strong rules.
(b) Adapt to changes.
(c) Have a legal continuity between rulers.
(d) Create laws.
3. What are imperatives backed by?
4. How does Hart qualifies Province of Jurisprudence Determined, according to Chapter 2?
(a) As an effort to change the law.
(b) As a bad attempt to analyze law.
(c) As the most serious attempt to analyze the concept of law.
(d) As an attempt to prevent laws from applying.
5. How would a man keep law from applying to him, according to Austin?
(a) Keep the probability of punishment low.
(b) By making changes to the law.
(c) By being rich.
(d) By ignoring it.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is law not understood as, according to the author of Province of Jurisprudence Determined?
2. What do constitutions imply?
3. What have judges power to do in the structure judicial practice?
4. Which status is the closest to the Austin/coercive order model?
5. What would breaking the rule allow some individual to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Hart want to advance?
2. What are secondary rules?
3. What is the habit of obedience understood to apply to?
4. How do we speak of justice?
5. Why is social pressure serious?
6. What is law?
7. What does the doctrine of sovereignty often hold?
8. What do judges have powers to do?
9. What can the definition of law help provide?
10. What are primary rules according to Chapter 5?
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