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29. The typical dissolution of a corporation requires approval of the _____. a. creditors of the company b. merger company c. shareholders d. board of directors
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User: 29. The typical dissolution of a corporation requires approval of the _____. a. creditors of the company b. merger company c. shareholders d. board of directors

Weegy: The typical dissolution of a corporation requires approval of the shareholders.



User: 28. Which of the following is true of a person’s capacity to be a principal or an agent? a. To be an agent, a person must have the capacity to perform non-delegable obligations for the principal. b. To be an agent, a person must have the ability to make his own contracts, independent of the principal. c. A principal must have the capacity to do the acts for which the agent has been retained. d. Any duty that a principal has the capacity to perform can be delegated to an authorized agent

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30. A “long arm” statute allows: a. Criminal courts jurisdiction over civil cases b. State courts more power than federal ones c. Appellate courts to hear new cases d. Courts jurisdiction over out-of-state defendants
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A “long arm” statute allows Courts jurisdiction over out-of-state defendants.


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If there is an area of interstate commerce that the federal government has not chosen to regulate, the states can regulate in that area so long as the state law does not unduly burden interstate commerce.

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What is a gift causa mortis? A. A gift that is made in anticipation of theft B. A gift that cannot be revoked C. A gift that is made in anticipation of death D. A gift that is made involuntarily
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A gift causa mortis is: A gift that is made in anticipation of death.
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A method of alternative dispute resolution in which a neutral third party helps the parties reach a resolution of the dispute by facilitating communication, clarifying areas of agreement, helping see each other’s viewpoints, suggesting settlement options, but who cannot make decisions that bind the parties, is called mediation.
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