Engineering Laws and Ethics - MCQs Part VI

Compiled MCQs in Engineering Laws and Ethics Part 6 of the series as one topic in General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) in the ECE Board Exam.

MCQs in Laws and Ethics Part 6

This is the Multiples Choice Questions Part 6 of the Series in Engineering Laws and Ethics as one of the General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) topic. In Preparation for the ECE Board Exam make sure to expose yourself and familiarize in each and every questions compiled here taken from various sources including past Board Questions in General Engineering and Applied Sciences (GEAS) field.

Online Questions and Answers in Laws and Ethics Series

Following is the list of multiple choice questions in this brand new series:

Engineering Laws and Ethics MCQs
PART 1: MCQs from Number 1 – 50                        Answer key: PART I
PART 2: MCQs from Number 51 – 100                   Answer key: PART II
PART 3: MCQs from Number 101 – 150                 Answer key: PART III
PART 4: MCQs from Number 151 – 200                 Answer key: PART IV
PART 5: MCQs from Number 201 – 250                 Answer key: PART V
PART 6: MCQs from Number 251 – 300                 Answer key: PART VI
PART 7: MCQs from Number 301 – 350                 Answer key: PART VII
PART 8: MCQs from Number 351 – 400                 Answer key: PART VIII
PART 9: MCQs from Number 401 – 450                 Answer key: PART IX
PART 10: MCQs from Number 451 – 500                 Answer key: PART X

Continue Practice Exam Test Questions Part VI of the Series

251. A novation where the principal conditions of the obligation is change.

  • A. True novation
  • B. Real novation
  • C. Personal novation
  • D. Substitute novation

252. “A” obliged himself to deliver to “B” a car. Subsequently, they entered into another contract whereby instead of “A” delivering a car, “A” would deliver a truck. This illustrates:

  • A. True novation
  • B. Real novation
  • C. Personal novation
  • D. Substitute novation

253. A novation where another person is sustained in place of the debtor or he is subrogated to the rights of the creditor.

  • A. True novation
  • B. Real novation
  • C. Personal novation
  • D. Substitute novation

254. A novation where there is a change in the person of the parties and the objects or modification of principal condition.

  • A. Mixed novation
  • B. Real novation
  • C. Personal novation
  • D. Substitute novation

255. It is the meeting of minds between two persons whereby one binds himself with respect to the other to give something or to render some services.

  • A. Contracts
  • B. Obligation
  • C. Quasi-delicts
  • D. Condition

256. A contract comes from the Latin word _______ which signifies an agreement.

  • A. Kontrus
  • B. contractus
  • C. Tractum
  • D. Contractumus

257. The following are considered to be the essential elements of contracts except

  • A. consent of the parties
  • B. object or subject matter
  • C. cause or consideration
  • D. effects to the subject

258. An element of contracts which refers to those the existence of which is presumed by law unless there is an agreement to the contrary

  • A. Essential element
  • B. Natural elements
  • C. Accidental elements
  • D. Unnatural elements

259. Refers to an element of contracts that consist of the unusual stipulation of the parties such as conditions, terms, etc.

  • A. Essential element
  • B. Natural elements
  • C. Accidental elements
  • D. Unnatural elements

260. A stage of contract that includes all the initial stages up to the time the parties agree upon the terms of the contract.

  • A. Preparation or Conception
  • B. Perfection or Birth
  • C. Consummation or Termination
  • D. Deliberation

261. A stage of contract that refers to the time when the minds of the parties meet in agreement upon the object or subject matter as well as to the price or consideration.

  • A. Preparation or Conception
  • B. Perfection or Birth
  • C. Consummation or Termination
  • D. Deliberation

262. Juan agrees to receive P2,000.00 for his horse and Pedro agrees to take the horse for the amount. This refers to what stage of the contract

  • A. Preparation or Conception
  • B. Perfection or Birth
  • C. Consummation or Termination
  • D. Deliberation

263. Juan delivers the horse to Pedro and the same is accepted. Pedro gives the amount P2,000.00 as purchase price and the latter receives it.

  • A. Preparation or Conception
  • B. Perfection or Birth
  • C. Consummation or Termination
  • D. Deliberation

264. A contract wherein the intent of the parties is shown by words, oral or written.

  • A. Express contract
  • B. Implied contracts
  • C. Executed contracts
  • D. Executory contracts

265. A contract wherein the intent of the parties is shown by conduct.

  • A. Express contract
  • B. Implied contracts
  • C. Executed contracts
  • D. Executory contracts

266. A contract that has already been performed.

  • A. Express contract
  • B. Implied contracts
  • C. Executed contracts
  • D. Executory contracts

267. A contract that has not yet performed.

  • A. Express contract
  • B. Implied contracts
  • C. Executed contracts
  • D. Executory contracts

268. A contract that is perfected by mere consent, such as a contract of sale.

  • A. Consensual contract
  • B. Bilateral contract
  • C. Real contract
  • D. Unilateral contract

269. A contract that is perfected by delivery of the thing which is the object of the contract.

  • A. Consensual contract
  • B. Bilateral contract
  • C. Real contract
  • D. Unilateral contract

270. A contract wherein only one of the parties has an obligation such as in commodatum or gratuitous deposit.

  • A. Consensual contract
  • B. Bilateral contract
  • C. Real contract
  • D. Unilateral contract

271. A contract that creates reciprocal obligations.

  • A. Consensual contract
  • B. Bilateral contract
  • C. Real contract
  • D. Unilateral contract

272. “A”, for and in consideration of P1,000.00, entered into a contract with “B” whereby the latter agreed to murder “C”. This limitation upon the right to contract that refers to

  • A. Contrary to law
  • B. Against moral
  • C. Contrary to good customs
  • D. Contrary to public order

273. “A” entered into a contract with “B” whereby for and In consideration of P100,000.00 the latter agrees to live with “A” without the benefit of marriage. This limitation upon the right to contract that refers to

  • A. Contrary to law
  • B. Against moral
  • C. Contrary to good customs
  • D. Contrary to public order

274. Pedro and Maria decided to get married on October 10, 2007. Invitations were printed and distributed to relatives and friends and apparel were purchased including matrimonial bed. Pedro, however walked out of it and was never heard of again. This limitation upon the right to contract that refers to

  • A. Contrary to law
  • B. Against moral
  • C. Contrary to good customs
  • D. Contrary to public order

275. “A” entered into a contract with “B” whereby “A” will not enter into any enterprise whatever in the Philippines. This limitation upon the right to contract that refers to

  • A. Contrary to law
  • B. Against moral
  • C. Contrary to good customs
  • D. Contrary to public order

276. The following are requisites of contracts except

  • A. Consent
  • B. Object of contract
  • C. Cause of contract
  • D. Effect of contract

277. A classification of contracts as to its “cause” where the cause is the pure liberality of the giver.

  • A. Gratuitous Contract
  • B. Remunetory Contract
  • C. Onerous Contrary
  • D. Liberation Contract

278. A classification of contracts as to its “cause” where the cause is the service or benefit for which the remuneration is given.

  • A. Gratuitous Contract
  • B. Remunetory Contract
  • C. Onerous Contract
  • D. Liberation Contract

279. A classification of contracts as to its “cause” where the cause is the mutual undertaking or promise of either of the contracting parties.

  • A. Gratuitous Contract
  • B. Remunetory Contract
  • C. Onerous Contract
  • D. Liberation Contract

280. Remedy in equity by means of which a written instrument is made or constructed so as to express or confirm to the real intention of the parties when some error or mistake has been committed.

  • A. Reformation
  • B. Novation
  • C. Defect
  • D. Erroneous

281. Which of the following cannot be considered as a requisite of reformation?

  • A. There is a valid contract;
  • B. The contract is in writing;
  • C. The oral contract expresses the true intention of the parties
  • D. The failure of the written contract to express the true intention is due to mutual mistake, fraud, inequitable conduct, or accident.

282. A defective contract where it has all the essential requisites of a damage to third persons, such as creditors, the contract may be rescinded.

  • A. Rescissible Contract
  • B. Voidable Contract
  • C. Unenforced Contracts
  • D. Void or Inexistent Contracts

283. A damage or injury suffered by the party seeking rescission by reason of the fact that the price is unjust or inadequate.

  • A. damage
  • B. effect
  • C. lesion
  • D. payment

284. A contract which possesses all the essential requisites of a valid contract, namely, consent, object and cause or consideration. It is a valid contract until it is annulled.

  • A. Void or Inexistent Contract
  • B. Unenforceable Contract
  • C. Voidable Contract
  • D. Negotiorum Gestio

285. A contract which is absolutely without legal force or effect.

  • A. Void or Inexistent Contract
  • B. Unenforceable Contract
  • C. Voidable Contract
  • D. Negotiorum Gestio

286. When a contract cannot be sued upon or enforced in court unless it is ratified is said to be

  • A. Void or Inexistent Contract
  • B. Unenforceable Contract
  • C. Voidable Contract
  • D. Negotiorum Gestio

287. It is the voluntary administration of the abandoned business or property belonging to another without the consent of the latter.

  • A. Void or Inexistent Contract
  • B. Unenforceable Contract
  • C. Voidable Contract
  • D. Negotiorum Contract

288. It is the sum of money which the law awards or imposes as the pecuniary compensation, recompense, or satisfaction for an injury done or a wrong sustained as a consequence either of a breach of a contractual obligation or a tortuous act.

  • A. Payment
  • B. Injury
  • C. Damages
  • D. Compensation

289. Damages that cover actual injury or economic loss. It typically includes medical expenses, lost wages and the repair or replacement of property.

  • A. Actual or Compensatory Damages
  • B. Nominal Damages
  • C. Moral Damages
  • D. Temperate and Moderate Damages

290. Damages that includes physical suffering, mental anguish, fright, serious anxiety, besmirched reputation, wounded feelings, moral shock, social humiliation and similar injury.

  • A. Actual or Compensatory Damages
  • B. Nominal Damages
  • C. Moral Damages
  • D. Temperate or Moderate Damages

291. Damages which are small and trivial sums awarded for a technical injury due to a violation of some legal right, and as a consequence of which some damages must be awarded to determine the right.

  • A. Actual or Compensatory Damages
  • B. Nominal Damages
  • C. Moral Damages
  • D. Temperate or Moderate Damages

292. Damages that are reasonable compensation for the injury.

  • A. Actual or Compensatory Damages
  • B. Nominal Damages
  • C. Moral Damages
  • D. Temperate or Moderate Damages

293. “Damages” where the amount of which has been agrees upon by the parties or fixed by the judgment of a competent court.

  • A. Liquidated Damages
  • B. Exemplary Damages
  • C. Corrective Damages
  • D. Compensatory Damages

294. Damages which are given in enhancement merely of the ordinary damages on account of wanton, reckless, malicious, or oppressive character of the acts complained of.

  • A. Actual or Compensatory Damages
  • B. Nominal Damages
  • C. Moral Damages
  • D. Exemplary or Corrective Damages

295. Branch of the unwritten law which was originally founded on the customs of merchants, mariners and business men generally in their dealings with one another throughout the civilized countries of the world.

  • A. Law of merchants
  • B. Law of businessmen
  • C. Law of mariners
  • D. Law of people

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