Question 1: What kind of contract of sale are governed by the Civil Code of the Russian Federation?
1) retail sale;
2) the supply of goods for state needs;
4) energy supply;
5) all of the above types of contracts.
Question 2. Who can be the subject of a contract of sale?
2) legal persons;
3) the State;
4) individuals and legal entities;
5) any of the subjects of civil law.
Question 3. What is not subject to the sales contract?
1) real and personal property;
2) exchange transactions;
3) patent rights;
4) the things that belong to the third party;
Question 4: What are the general conditions of the contract of sale are essential?
1) an agreement on the subject matter of the contract (selling items);
2) the price;
3) the period of performance of the contract;
4) the number, range, completeness;
5) all of the above.
Question 5. What are the requirements of the buyer is entitled to raise in the case of the sale of his product improper qual-tion?
1) replace the defective goods;
2) a proportionate reduction of the purchase price;
3) immediately, free elimination of product defects;
4) reimbursement for the elimination of defects in the goods;
5) any of the above requirements of their own choice.
Question 1: What are the sales contract must be in writing?
1) contract of sale of real estate;
2) the agreement of purchase and sale of foreign trade;
3) contract vehicle sales;
4) listed in items 1 and 2;
5) the contract of sale of personal belongings, if the price does not exceed 10 minimum wage.
Question 2. What could be the subject of the contract of retail purchase and sale?
1) The only things that are used for personal, family, household (ie domestic) or other consumption, not con-bound to conduct business;
2) The only things used for entrepreneurial activity;
3) All items are not withdrawn from circulation; like fungible and individually defined;
4) the car if the seller of the vehicle is a citizen;
5) Only personal things citizens.
Question 1. When the owner of a source of increased danger (the car) is not responding to the victim?
1) hit a pedestrian when the vehicle used by the driver for official purposes;
2) hit a pedestrian when the driver performed a "left" flight;
3) the employee voluntarily took over the company a source of danger;
4) When the damage is caused during off-hours;
5) When the damage is caused during working hours, but not in connection with employee duties.
Question 2. How to compensate the damage caused by the interaction of a source of danger-sti by their owners?
1) in the absence of the owners fault sources of increased danger in the mutual infliction of harm (regardless of size), none of them has the right to compensation;
2) if found guilty of both the owners in proportion to the amount of compensation is determined by the degree of guilt of each;
3) in the presence of a fault of the owner, the injured, he will not be reimbursed;
4) damage caused to one of the owners of the fault of another, shall be compensated guilty;
5) all answers are correct.
Question 3. If the result of a collision between two vehicles is injured pedestrian, who is ne-ed him responsible?
1) is guilty of a traffic accident;
2) the one on whom the victim will show, no matter which one of them is guilty of a traffic-proisshest Wii;
3) jointly and severally liable to the victim shall be the owner of both the source of increased danger;
4) there is no right answer;
5) the one who considers guilty of the traffic police inspector.
Question 4. What types of payment are excluded from the lost earnings (income) of the victim as a result of damage to health?
1) All kinds of remuneration for employment contracts;
2) all kinds of payment for civil contracts;
3) income from