disparagement of property
disparagement of property

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

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  • disparagement of property — Criticism which discredits the quality of merchandise or other property offered for sale. Anno: 57 ALR2d 848; 33 Am J1st L & S § 344 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • disparagement — dis·par·age·ment /di spar ij mənt/ n 1: the publication of false and injurious statements that are derogatory of another s property, business, or product – called also business disparagement, commercial disparagement, disparagement of property,… …   Law dictionary

  • disparagement — /daspasrajmant/ In old English law, an injury by union or comparison with some person or thing of inferior rank or excellence. To discredit by marriage below one s class. Marriage without disparagement was marriage to one of suitable rank and… …   Black's law dictionary

  • disparagement of title — Actionably tortious detraction from title for which person may be required to respond in damages. Injurious falsehood in which aspersion is cast on person s title to property. Publication made without privilege or justification of matter that is… …   Black's law dictionary

  • disparagement of title — Words or conduct which bring or tend to bring in question the right or title of another to particular property. 33 Am J1st L & S § 344 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • Any type of defamatory remark, either written or spoken, that causes pecuniary loss to an individual through disparagement of a particular business dealing. — Any type of defamatory remark, either written or spoken, that causes pecuniary loss to an individual through disparagement of a particular business dealing. A comprehensive term for any wrong or harm done by one individual to another individual s …   Law dictionary

  • slander of title — slander of title: a false and malicious written or spoken public statement disparaging a person s title to property that causes harm for which special damages may be awarded damages for the filing of a fraudulent lien and for slander of title M & …   Law dictionary

  • condemnation — I (blame) noun accusation, animadversion, ascription, attack, castigation, censure, charge, chastening, chastisement, chiding, complaint, condemnatio, criticism, denigration, denunciation, deprecation, derogation, disapprobation, disapproval,… …   Law dictionary

  • slander of title — Words, written, printed, or uttered, which bring or tend to bring in question the right or title of another to real or personal property. 33 Am J1st L & S § 344. A false and malicious statement, oral or written, made in disparagement of a person… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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