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1

Under which theory was the body exclusively within the control of the church:

Property

2

Which of the following is not a good example of ethical employer-employee relationships:

* Honorable personal conduct
* Healthy working conditions
* Favoritism
* Professional personal appearance
* Adequate compensation

Favoritism

3

A landowner's use of property which interferes with the public or another landowner's use of his property:

Nuisance

4

The method of dividing an estate by which an equal share is given to each of a number of persons, all of who stand in equal degree to the decedent:

Per capita

5

When with a family during an arrangement conference, it is good ethical practice to:

Give a copy of everything signed to the family

6

Which of the following is an allied professional or service that the ethical funeral director is professionally concerned with:

* Teamsters union
* Professional sports
* Organ donation
* Postal service
* Internal revenue service

Organ donation

7

A system or code of morals of a particular philosopher, religion, group, or profession is called:

Code of Ethics

8

In his ethical obligations to various professional associations, the funeral director should:

Urge professional solidarity

9

Which act was enacted to protect groups from substandard wages and excessive working hours:

Fair Labor Standards Act

10

One having the primary right to control final disposition of a deceased is:

Surviving spouse

11

"I promise to pay" would appear on what type of contract:

Express

12

Customs which have come to be recognized by the courts as law describes:

Common law

13

When the physical possession of a dead human body lies with a funeral director but a certain other funeral director has control of the ultimate disposition, the second mentioned funeral director has which type of custody:

Constructive

14

In recognizing ethical standards in his professional responsibility to the press, the funeral director:

Must exercise discretion in releasing confidential information

15

The extinction or withdrawal of a legacy by an act equivalent to revocation:

Ademption

16

Exhumation is synonymous with the term:

Disinterment

17

A law passed by a city which regulates the kind of building, residence, or business that can be built in different parts of the city:

Zoning Ordinance

18

A law permitting a person to give all or a part of her body to take effect upon her death:

Uniform Anatomical Gift Act

19

A breach of the duty of care one individual has toward others is called:

Tort

20

Quasi contracts are:

Imposed by law

21

Referring to blood relationship:

Kin

22

A will in which a soldier in the field or sailor at sea may dispose of personal property only:

Soldiers and sailors

23

Which of the following is not a good personal ethical trait:

* Community service
* Infidelity
* Good citizenship
* Honesty
* Professionalism

Infidelity

24

Which act is a federal statute which governs express and implied warranties:

Magnuson-Moss Act

25

In regard to employer-employee relationships, the ethical funeral director should:

Provide thorough training

26

A man who makes a valid will:

Testator

27

One who inherits, or is entitled to receive, property by the laws of intestacy from the estate of a deceased person:

Heir

28

A concentration of .75 ppm during an 8 hour day

Time Weighted Average

29

A concentration of 100 ppm during an 30 minute exposure

Action Level

30

A concentration of 2 ppm in 15 minutes

Short-Term Exposure Limit

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