Feminist Ethical Virtues Versus Masculine Essay

  • Length: 2 pages
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  • Subject: Ethics / Morality
  • Type: Essay
  • Paper: #55770824

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Please use the attached uploaded file folder and answer the 10 questions below. Please circle the answers.

Question 1 of 10

1.0 Points

A landlord leases a house to a tenant. Which of the following would not be prohibited by Real Property § 8-208 (as excerpted in the materials)?

A. “The parties agree to waive the right to try any lawsuit between then before a jury”

B. “Tenant agrees that if Tenant keeps any pet in the house without the written permission of Landlord, Landlord may seize the said pet without notice to Tenant.”

C. “This lease will automatically renew at the end of the term unless either party gives at least 60-days notice”

D. “If Tenant is 30 days late on rent, Landlord may change the locks on the property and Tenant must pay a rekeying fee of $100 to obtain new keys.”



Question 2 of 10

1.0 Points

In a rent escrow action, which of the following remedies are available to the tenant?

A. Termination of the Lease

B. Reasonable Attorney’s Fees

C. Statutory damages

D. Treble damages



Question 3 of 10

1.0 Points

In a Failure to Pay Rent action, what is the time supposed to be between filing and trial?

A. 7 days

B. A month

C. 14 days

D. 5 days



Question 4 of 10

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Why did the court in Sager hold that the Housing Commission’s “apportionment clause” was a violation of Real Property § 8-208(d)(2)?

A. Because the allocation clause enabled the Housing Authority to sue tenants who refused to pay non-rent charges under a process with future procedural protections than would normally be the case

B. Because the allocation clause was a trap for the unwary

C. Because the allocation clause interfered with the definition of rent under federal law

D. Because the Plaintiff was current on her rent.



Question 5 of 10

1.0 Points

A Tenant is sued in an FTPR case. The court enters judgment against her on March 1st. The court then issues a Warrant of Restitution on March 10th. The eviction will take place on March 20th. What is the last day the tenant can pay to avoid…

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