Slander Per Quod

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Meaning of Slander Per Quod

Words which are not defamatory on their face without the aid of extrinsic evidence but which by innuendo or imputations, amount to defamation . It is such slander as does not amount to slander per se . See Whitbv v Associates discount Corp., 59 Ill.App.2d337, 207 N.E.2d482.

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