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These are comprehensive study notes for the subject MLL217 Misleading Conduct and Economic Torts.

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Tort law Defamation Law Abuse Private law Innocent dissemination Tort Negligence Mitigation Economic torts Malicious falsehood South African law of delict
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Tort law Defamation Law Abuse Private law Innocent dissemination Tort Negligence Mitigation Economic torts Malicious falsehood South African law of delict
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• In 2005 a national uniform law was adopted. • Defamation Act 2005 (Vic) • There are three elements that the plaintiff has the burden of establishing. They are: o Defamatory matter; o Reference to the plaintiff; and o Publication to a third party • A plaintiff may succeed regardless of fault and regardless of the intention of the defamer. Defamatory matter • A defamation may be conveyed by spoken or written words, pictures, gestures, signs and other visible, non-verbal representations. o Gregory v Duke of Brunswick (1843) 6 M & G 953 • The distinction between libel and slander has now been abolished. o Libel referred to the defamatory matter that was in a permanent form (i.e. in writing). o Slander referred t...
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