JURI 600 Exam 3

JURI 600 Exam 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. Todd crosses over into Amos Slade’s property and he shoots and kills him. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, does Mrs. Tweed have an action against Slade for taking her property?
  2. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. She feeds Todd and tames him so that he gets his food from her house and responds to her calls. Todd crosses over into Amos Slade’s property and is shot and killed. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, does Mrs. Tweed have an action against Slade for taking her property?
  3. Why does God give property to mankind?
  4. According to the Bible, is private property ownership a civil right granted by the state or an unalienable right granted by God?
  5. According to William Blackstone and James Kent, how does man make his original claim to un-owned property?
  6. Which of the following is true about the property title God gave to mankind in the Dominion Mandate?
  7. Which of the following believed that God gave common ownership of property to all mankind?
  8. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. In an effort to keep Todd, she builds a fence around her land. Amos Slade shoots Todd while he is on Mrs. Tweed’s property. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, who owns Todd?
  9. According to the Bible, why would it be impermissible for the Commonwealth of Virginia to abolish all wills?
  10. Which of the following believed that the right to transfer property is a natural right?
  11. Which of the following Scriptural references/stories supports the idea of private property ownership?
  12. Which of the following was not a benefit of Israel’s system of tithes?
  13. What, according to John Locke, is the justification for personal property ownership?
  14. What is the foundational principle of property law?
  15. Which of the following believed that the foundation for property ownership is in the Bible?
  16. According to John Locke, how does man make his original claim to un-owned property?
  17. According to the Bible, how did mankind first obtain property?
  18. The Commonwealth of Virginia passes a law that abolishes all wills and declares the estate of a deceased person to be the property of the State. Which of the following would view this as a permissible government action?
  19. Which of the following did God not do in the Dominion Mandate (Genesis 1:16-28)?
  20. What, according to James Kent, is the justification for personal property ownership?
  21. Which of the following was not a tax in Israel?
  22. Which of the following modern taxes would most likely comport with the Bible?
  23. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. In an effort to keep Todd, she builds a fence around her land. But Todd escapes onto Slade’s property and is shot. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, who owns Todd?
  24. What, according to William Blackstone, is the justification for personal property ownership?
  25. According to the Bible, man makes his original claim to un-owned property by exercising dominion over it.
  26. James Kent believed that personal property ownership is a natural right.
  27. A duty to God under the Ten Commandments is often a right against other persons and the government.
  28. The Commonwealth of Virginia passes a 30% tax upon the estate of a deceased person. William Blackstone and Joseph Story would view this as a permissible government action.
  29. Explain in one sentence how the Commandment, “Thou shall not steal,” supports the idea of private property ownership.
  30. Explain in one sentence how Jesus’s teaching on giving support the idea of private property ownership?

Set 2

  1. What is the foundational principle of property law?
  2. Why does God give property to mankind?
  3. According to the Bible, why would it be impermissible for the Commonwealth of Virginia to abolish all wills?
  4. According to the Bible, is private property ownership a civil right granted by the state or an unalienable right granted by God?
  5. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. In an effort to keep Todd, she builds a fence around her land. But Todd escapes onto Slade’s property and is shot. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, who owns Todd?
  6. Which of the following was not a benefit of Israel’s system of tithes?
  7. Which of the following believed that the right to transfer property is a natural right?
  8. What, according to William Blackstone, is the justification for personal property ownership?
  9. Which of the following believed that the foundation for property ownership is in the Bible?
  10. According to William Blackstone and James Kent, how does man make his original claim to un-owned property?
  11. Which of the following modern taxes would most likely comport with the Bible?
  12. Which of the following did God not do in the Dominion Mandate (Genesis 1:16-28)?
  13. Which of the following Scriptural references/stories supports the idea of private property ownership?
  14. Which of the following was not a tax in Israel?
  15. According to the Bible, how did mankind first obtain property?
  16. What, according to James Kent, is the justification for personal property ownership?
  17. According to John Locke, how does man make his original claim to un-owned property?
  18. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. Todd crosses over into Amos Slade’s property and he shoots and kills him. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, does Mrs. Tweed have an action against Slade for taking her property?
  19. Which of the following believed that God gave common ownership of property to all mankind?
  20. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. She feeds Todd and tames him so that he gets his food from her house and responds to her calls. Todd crosses over into Amos Slade’s property and is shot and killed. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, does Mrs. Tweed have an action against Slade for taking her property?
  21. Young Todd the fox lives in a burrow on Mrs. Tweed’s property. In an effort to keep Todd, she builds a fence around her land. Amos Slade shoots Todd while he is on Mrs. Tweed’s property. Under the rule of Pierson v. Post, who owns Todd?
  22. The Commonwealth of Virginia passes a law that abolishes all wills and declares the estate of a deceased person to be the property of the State. Which of the following would view this as a permissible government action?
  23. Which of the following is true about the property title God gave to mankind in the Dominion Mandate?
  24. What, according to John Locke, is the justification for personal property ownership?
  25. According to the Bible, man makes his original claim to un-owned property by exercising dominion over it.
  26. A duty to God under the Ten Commandments is often a right against other persons and the government.
  27. James Kent believed that personal property ownership is a natural right.
  28. The Commonwealth of Virginia passes a 30% tax upon the estate of a deceased person. William Blackstone and Joseph Story would view this as a permissible government action.
  29. Explain in one sentence how the Commandment, “Thou shall not steal,” supports the idea of private property ownership.
  30. Explain in one sentence how Jesus’s teaching on giving support the idea of private property ownership
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