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15 Cards in this Set

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A civil wrongdoing not arising from a breach of contract. A breach of legal duty that proximately causes harm or injury to another.
business torts
Wrongful interferences with the business rights of others
intentional torts
A wrongful act knowingly commited (unintentional meanst the opposite)
Any intentional, unexcused act that creates in another person a reasonable apprehension or fear of immediate harmful or offensive contact
An unexcused and harmful or offensive physical contact intentionally performed
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Capable of serving as the basis of a lawsuit. An actionable claim can be pursued in a lawsuit or other court action
Anything published or publicly spoken that causes injury to another's good name, reputation, or character
Defamation in writing or other permanent form (such as digital recording) having the quality of permanence
Defamation in oral form
fraudulent misrepresentation
Any misrepresentation, either by misstatement or omission of a material fact, knowingly made with the intention of deceiving another and on which a reasonable person would and does rely to his or her detriment
A salesperson's often exaggerated claims concerning the quality of property offered for sale. Such claims involve opinions rather than facts and are not considered to be legally binding promises or warranties.
Any act depriving an owner of personal property without that owner's permission and without just cause.
Slander of quality
The publication of false information about another's product, alleging that it is not what its seller claims
Slander of title
The publication of a statement that denies or casts doubt on another's legal ownership of any property, causing financial loss to that property's owner