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This exam was given on May 20, 1933. Students were allowed three hours and were instructed to give full explanations for their answers. The exam begins with the following question:
1. D shoots at P intending to kill him. The bullet misses P and strikes and destroys a costly vase belonging to M which is being carried by S. P was not aware of the incident until some hours later. S was greatly startled but not in fear of harm to his person, and he was in no wise physically injured. What are the rights of P, M, and S respectively against D? Why?
University of Richmond, "T. C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond: Torts I Exam, 22 May 1933" (1933). Archived Law School Exams. 65.