Midterms Examination BUSINESS TOURISM LAW AND OBLIGATION AND CONTRACTS

Instruction: Submit your attached document to talulot162004@yahoo.com on February 5, 2011 (until 11:59pm). Answer as honest as you can. God bless. I. Enumerate and Define

1. Give at least 3 state policies on tourism. 2. What is a registered enterprise? 3. What is tourism enterprise? 4. What is sustainable development tourism 5. What is a foreign visitor? 6. Give at least 2 powers of the Department of Tourism. 7. What is TEZs? 8. What is an Obligation? 9. What is a Condition? 10. Give the kinds of Damages. 11. What is solutio debiti? 12. Give the different kinds of constructive delivery 13. Give the kinds of delivery 14. What is culpa and dolo? 1 If you Life does not begin and end within the confines of a classroom. It begins start outside.. so breathe and enjoy life—prinsesa talulot with a bang, you won't end with a whimpe r. - T.S. Eliot

15. What are the requisites of a fortuitous event? II. Distinguish 1. Pure vs. Conditional obligation 2. Joint vs Solidary obligation 3. Suspensive vs resolutory condition 4. Alternative vs Facultative obligation 5. Indivisibility vs Solidarity Obligation 6. Negotiorum gestio vs. Solutio indebiti 7. Period vs. condition 8. Voluntary vs judicial period 9. Possible vs impossible condition 10. Negligence vs fraud III. True or false (Write True if the statement is true and false if it is) 1. The Department shall develop support and training programs to enhance the capability of LGUs to monitor and administer tourism activities, and enforce tourism laws, rules and regulations in their respective jurisdictions. 2. An Accredited tourism enterprise is given much preference over some services. 3. The LGU has the power to implement a tourism development plan under its mandate of the RA 7160 otherwise known as The Local Government Code.

2 If you Life does not begin and end within the confines of a classroom. It begins start outside.. so breathe and enjoy life—prinsesa talulot with a bang, you won't end with a whimpe r. - T.S. Eliot

4. The Department may provide financial and technical assistance, training and other capacity-building measures to LGUs for their preparation of the Tourism Development plan. 5. RA 9353 is created to develop a national tourism action plan and work for its adoption and implementation by national and local governments. 6. In alternative obligations, the right of choice belongs to the creditor. 7. Where there are two or more debtors or two or more creditors, the general rule is it is solidary. 8. Obligations come from law, contracts, quasi-contracts, crimes or delicts, quasi-delict/ tort. 9. A BMW automobile is a generic thing. 10. The debtor is liable even if there is a fortuitous event whenever there is delay on the part of the debtor. IV. Problem Solving 1. Annie, Erika and John Derick bound themselves solidarily to pay MoonYeen the amount of PHp 10, 000. Suppose Annie paid the obligation, what is her right as against her co-debtors?

2. In the same problem, Suppose John Derick obtained remission of the total amount of the obligation from Moon Yeen, Can John Derick ask for reimbursement from his codebtors?

3. What is the effect of the loss of the thing due without the fault of the solidary codebtors? 3 If you Life does not begin and end within the confines of a classroom. It begins start outside.. so breathe and enjoy life—prinsesa talulot with a bang, you won't end with a whimpe r. - T.S. Eliot

Bonus question: Do you think your teacher rocks the guitar? 

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4 If you Life does not begin and end within the confines of a classroom. It begins start outside.. so breathe and enjoy life—prinsesa talulot with a bang, you won't end with a whimpe r. - T.S. Eliot

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