Torts are wrongful acts that cause personal or property damage leading to civil legal liability. These laws are important because it holds those accountable for the damages and can reduce harmful activities on campus or in your everyday life. Please note that some situations vary.
A new California law requires restaurants that sell children’s meal that includes a beverage, to make the default beverage water, sparkling water, or flavored water or unflavored milk or a non-dairy milk alternative. However, the law does not prohibit a restaurant’s ability to sell, or a consumer to request, an alternative to the default beverage.
Before discussing the content of a contract, one should be familiar with the parts of the contract. Below are common parts of a contract. The reader should note that every contract varies so not every contract has all parts discussed in this article. Additionally, counsel should be sought for legal advice as to obligations and duties under a contract. Contact the Legal Information Clinic for a free consultation with an attorney or for additional resources.