Group 5 Aspects of Death

Harold Apostol
Philipp Dacillo
Questions
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1-3 which of the following are legal effects of Death?
ANS:
A) Civil Personality is extinguished by death
B) Property of a person is transmitted to his heirs at the time of death
C) Death of a partner is one of the causes of dissolution of partnership agreement
D) Death of either principal or agent is a mode of commencing another agency
E) Criminal Liability of a person is not extinguished by death
4 What is the relevance of death in terms of succession?
A) Property, rights and obligation to the extent of his liability are transmitted to the
heirs from the moment the death of testator
B) In Succession, Death of the decedent is not a requisite for the opening of successional
rights
C) Death terminates relationship between heirs and decedent
5) What is the relevance of death in terms of agency?
A) Extinguishment of agency
B) Cancellation of agency
C) Novation of Agency
6) What is the relevance of death in terms of criminal liability?
A) Extinguishment of Criminal Liability
B) Cancellation of agency
C) Novation of Agency
7) Brain Death occurs when there is deep irreversible coma, absence of electrical brain activity
and complete cessation of all vital function without possibility of resuscitation
A) True
B) False
8) Cardio-Respiratory Death occurs when temporary cessation of heart action and respiration
A) TRUE
B) False

based on ordinary standards of medical practice.9) One of the characteristics of somatic death is cessation of respiration A) True B) FALSE 10) Mummification is the dehydration of the whole body which Results in the shivering and preservation of the body A) True B) False 11) A person will be considered medically and legally dead if.Respiratory Death 15) Suspended Animation is one of the characteristics of Dead Person a) True b) False . A)True B) False 12) Acceleration of the evaporation of the tissue fluid of the body before the actual onset of decomposition is what kind of mummification? a) Natural Mummification b) Artificial Mummification c) Decomposition 13) What kind of condition wherein the fatty tissues of the body are transformed to soft brownish white substance known as adipocere? a) Natural Mummification b) Artificial Mummification c) Saponification 14) This occurs when blood merely gravitates into the most dependent portions of the body but still inside the blood vessel and still fluid in form a) Natural Mummification b) Artificial Mummification c) Hypostatic Levidity 4) Cardio. in the opinion of a physician. there is the absence of spontaneous respiratory and cardiac function.