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What's a libel law?

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Libel law is defamation that is specific to written communication. For something to qualify as libel it must also meet the following elements: (1) a false statement purporting to be fact, (2) communicated to a third party, (3) at least negligent, (4) and must cause damages, usually to reputation.

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a published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation; a written defamation

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