Which of the following has nothing to do with false

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10.Which of the following has nothing to do with false imprisonment? a. Intentional confinement or restraint of another person's activities without justification. b. An interference with the freedom to move without constraint. c. You are made fearful of unwanted and possibly harmful contact with another person. 11.Hank may be able to sue for infliction for emotional distresshis neighbor Larson for if Larson sends Hank a text message telling him that his wife was killed in a car accident even though Hank knew that was untrue.
12.Defamation (libel or slander) consists of a false statement of fact, not made under privilege, that is communicated to a third person and that causes damage to a person's reputation. For public figures, the plaintiff must also prove that the statement was made with actual malice. Invasion of privacy is publishing or otherwise making known or using information relating to a person's privatelife and affairs, with which the public has no legitimate concern, without that person's permissionor approval. 13.Which of the following is NOT slander per se?
14.Which of the following is not an element of fraudulent misrepresentation?
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15.Which of the following is NOT an element of the tort of wrongful interference with a contractual relationship?

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