Cyber Spoofingcrime in which a cybercriminal falsely adopts the identity of another computer user or creates a false identity on a computer Web site in order to commit fraud. Damagespayment recovered in court by a person who has suffered an injury. Debtorparty who buys the goods on credit or borrows money. Dissolutionwhen a partner is no longer associated with a firm. Duressthe act of destroying somebody's free will by force, threat of force, or bodily harm. Embezzlement wrongful taking of property by someone lawfully entrusted with possession and control of that property. Eminent Domainright of the government to take private land for public purpose. Employmentatwillbased on the principle that each party should be free to end the employment relationship at any time without penalty. Entrapment if a police officer talks a person into doing a crime, the person may have defense express contract: contract statement that may be oral or written fair credit reporting act: a federal law that grants people the right to know what is contained in their credit reports felony: a major crime fiduciary relationship: relationship based on trust firm offer: a merchant’s written promise to hold an offer open for the sale or lease of goods fraud: a deliberate deception intended to secure an unlawful and unfair gain good faith: parties must treat each other fairly in a sales contract holder: a person who possesses a negotiable instrument payable to “the order of” the person holding it or to “bearer” holder in due course: a holder who takes an instrument for value, in good faith, without notice that the instrument is defective
indorsement: the act of placing one’s signature on an instrument, usually on the back, to transfer it to another intellectual property: original work fixed in a tangible medium of expression. Joint Tenancytwo people own an interest in the real estate they lease a lease hold estate.