The primary job of the Chief Technology Officer of the United States is to:
A. build an integrated technology policy especially designed to meet the needs of the
B. support scientific research, to stimulate the national economy, and to safeguard
C. conduct research into all aspects of human life and health and to apply that
understanding to cure illnesses, to alleviate disabilities, and to lengthen human life.
D. coordinate advances in technology that will help improve the American economy.
Chandra is an invalid and, therefore, she cannot put her signature on her will. Her friend
Nina signs the will for her. When Nina signs on behalf of Chandra, there is no one else
in the house. Is the will valid?
A. Yes, since Chandra was present during the time the will was signed.
B. No, since she did not date it.
C. Yes, since she is presumed to be mentally competent.
D. No, since there were no witnesses present during the signing of the will.
Mark is mentally incompetent and delights in signing documents. Henry persuades
Mark to sign numerous promissory notes which he negotiates. Must Mark pay these
notes if they have been held by holders in due course?
A. Mark must pay these notes since duress is not involved.
B. Mark does not have to pay these notes since he has a real defense.
C. Mark must pay these notes since there is a fraud in the inducement.
D. Mark may not pay these notes since no one could anticipate this happening.