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1

Of the following, who has the primary right to control final disposition of a body?

* Adult son
* Cousin
* Creditor
* State

Adult son

2

If there is no will, the property and holdings of a deceased person will be distributed according to law and an administrator / personal representative will be appointed by the:

Court

3

In legal terminology, a dead human body is considered:

Quasi-property

4

A good business technique in funeral arrangements is to:

Have a written contract

5

The next of kin who delivers the personal effects of the deceased to the funeral director is properly termed a:

Bailor

6

State regulation of funeral services for the health and welfare of citizens is an example of a state's:

Police power

7

A dead human body:

Is not property in a real sense

8

The funeral director who has physical possession of a dead human body is said to have:

Actual custody

9

In a cortege, drivers who are under the control of the funeral director are legally referred to as:

Agent drivers

10

Although a dead body is in one mortuary, the mortuary which has control of the final disposition is said to have:

Constructive custody

11

As a funeral director, the only people you should inform, even if asked, that the deceased has an infectious disease are appropriate members of:

Your staff

12

A practitioner serves a family and provides both services and merchandise. The state requires the funeral home to pay 4% sales tax on merchandise. Prices are as follows:

Services: $2,000
Casket: $2,250
Vault: $1,600

Total: $5,850

How much sales tax does the funeral director pay the state?

$154.00

13

Any rate of interest above the maximum rate allowable by law is:

Usury

14

The party who makes an offer is called the:

Offeror

15

The party who is sued in a civil suit is known as the:

Defendant

16

The doctrine of stare decisis is concerned with:

Case law

17

The term that is used when all the terms of a contract have been fully performed by the contracting parties is:

Executed

18

A business that is owned by one person is classified as a:

Sole proprietorship

19

False statements made in writing for the purpose of injuring the reputation of another constitute:

Libel

20

Personal property permanently attached to land is known as a:

Fixture

21

Describes a sale in which the buyer, so long as the buyer is not in default, has a right to possession before payment in full is made?

Conditional sale

22

A contract to keep an offer open for a specified period of time supported by consideration is called a / an:

Option

23

The person appointed by a court to oversee an estate is the:

Administrator

24

In law, a relationship of trust is expressed by the term:

Fiduciary

25

An intoxicated person makes a contract. It is:

Voidable

26

The branch of the law which deals with the rules of conduct and actions governing a mortician during his legal relations with the public is:

Mortuary law

27

A private or civil wrong whose cause is intentional or caused by negligence for which there may be action or damages is a:

Tort

28

A notice of complaint given to a defendant defining the complaint and a time frame in which an answer must be received is a(n):

Summons

29

An intentional statement of false facts upon which an injured party relied in a decision to enter into a contract, to their detriment is:

Fraud

30

The method of removing one's free will in making a decision by threats to do physical harm to the person, his family, or property is:

Duress

31

Unauthorized embalming may be viewed by the courts as which type of violation?

Mutilation

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