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Libel Per Se

(n) Libel Per Se is a false statement printed or otherwise broadcasted, containing wrong information about the person or entity where the intention of such publication is to defame such persons or entity. Eg. Announcement or report accusing a person as involved in immoral activities. Such statements are generated with the intention to defame so malicious intention need not be established to claim damages Home
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