Owner Not Liable for Defamation Against Former Resident

September 2009
Apartment Building Management Insider;2009, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p5
The article discusses a court case wherein a former resident sued the owner and property manager of the apartment that he formerly rented for defamation.


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