Advocate S.K.Prabhakar Shetty practices at City Civil Court Bangalore, Karnataka High Court, Karnata... Read More
- Sector-1, Noida
Malice is often defined as, “the intent, without justification or excuse, to commit a wrongful act.” It is the conscious, intentional wrongdoing with the intent of doing harm to do the victim. In many civil cases, a finding that a defendant acted with malice will often open the door to liability or increased damages, such as punitive damages. “Actual malice” is a legal term of art that is mainly relevant to defamation claims. “Actual Malice” is found to be present when a false statement is published with either a) act.
Answered on 28 Sep 2018
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