Slander Per Se

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Meaning of Slander Per Se

Statements which are defamatory on their face without aid of extrinsic evidence . Statements which impute to another a criminal offense , an existing loathsome and communicable disease , conduct , characteristics, or a condition incompatable with the exercise of a lawful business , trade , profession , or office , or in some jurisdictions, impute unchastity to a woman. See Restatement of Torts, §570 and 574. Also see Munafo v Helfand, (D. C.N. Y.) 140 F.Supp. 234.

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