1. As to the stopping of the skateboard, for which of the
following intentional torts is Carl most likely liable?
C. False imprisonment
D. Infliction of emotional distress
2. If Frank sues Dave for battery he will:
B. not recover, because Dave was aiming at Bob.
C. not recover, because Dave as a ten-year-old is not liable for his torts.
D. not recover, because Dave did not intend to hurt anyone.
3. If Bob sues Carl, Dave, and Ed for battery due to being hit
by the rock he will:
B. not recover, because he does not know who threw the stone that hit him.
C. not recover, because he suffered no injury.
D. not recover, because he is presumed to have consented.
4. Tye and Carlwere students at Culver Junior High School. In
Latin class one morning, Carl decided to play a practical joke on
Tye. As Tye was about to sit down at his desk, Carl pulled Tye’s
chair from behind. As a result, Tye fell on his rump. Although he
was not injured, Tye was embarrassed by the incident. If Tye
asserts a claim against Carl, Tye will most likely
A. A. recover for assault
B. B. recover for battery
C. C. recover for intentional infliction of mental distress
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