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Chapt 61. Consensual confinement may constitute false imprisonment.TrueFalse2. Libel is usually written defamation while slander is mainly oral in nature.TrueFalse3. The standard of proof in tort cases is beyond a reasonable doubt.TrueFalse4. Physical injuries, medical expenses, and lost wages suffered as a result of the defendant’s wrongful act are examples of:liquidated damagescompensatory damagespunitive damagesnominal damages5. What is the term used to describe damages recoverable for actual reputational injury and other actual harm?
6. Statements of pure opinion do not amount to defamation:because they reflect freedom of speech.because they are not statements of “facts.”unless they are political in nature.unless they concern a public figure.7. Smells, noises, and lights that interfere with one’s use and enjoyment of one’s land are termed: