Can you sue some one in another country for a defamation of character?
You have asked a question in a very complicated area of law. There is no easy answer and the answer would depend on the details. It is difficult and costly to sue someone in another country. Many lawyers wouldn't take the case unless the damages are quite large. The attorney would likely require an hourly rate. If you get a judgment in your country and the defendant lives in another country it would be hard to collect unless they have property in your country.
United KingdomIf you are in England you can sue someone in another country for defamation of character. If the action occurred in Siberia, then you can still sue the person in England. It does not matter if the person can not afford to get to England.
You can always sue someone in another jurisdiction for defamation; whether you win or not is a different story. Also, thanks to The SPEECH Act passed in 2010, U.S. citizens are not required to pay damages in "foreign" defamation cases that would not have been successful in a U.S. court. If you're interested in defamation laws from around the world, there is a database online. Just search for "International Defamation Law Database." That way you can analyze the differing slander and libel standards in various countries around the world.
They are very close to the same thing, but both have to do with defamation of character. Slander is spoken defamation, and libel is written, whether it is in the newspaper, a billboard, or a public letter of some kind. Read More
To defame someone, that is, to impair their reputation by making false statements about them, is not usually a criminal offence but rather a civil wrong or tort which forms the basis of a lawsuit. In some jurisdictions this is simply called defamation but in others there are differences in law and procedure depending on whether the defamatory statement was published as an oral statement or as a written one. Oral defamation is called slander… Read More
Can you sue spouse for false domestic violence allegations that you were found not guilty of for defamation of character?
No. even though the false statements might amount to defamation of character if they were simply published or told to someone, they are immune from such a suit because they were made in a criminal complaint. The fact that you were found not guilty does not prove that the allegations were false. It only proves that the evidence in the case did not prove beyond a reaonable doubt that you made them. The only way… Read More
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Any Public Figure can be Photographed. This law even applies to the President of the US, celebrities and all famous people. An individual has the right to take a picture and publish it, although the photographee can sue on the grounds of "defamation of character" or find some other loophole. Read More
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I recommend checking with your Union rep first, but yes you could. You probably won't get anywhere unless you have lots of documentation. == The situation sounds like this character is sabotaging your efforts. Efforts to get this taken care of in the courts may take up several years and hours of your time, not to mention worry and stress. Another possibility, but less satisfying on some levels, is to walk away. Leaving on your… Read More
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Yes you can. The link attached has some information which can help you out. Read More
It depends on what you want to sue for. If the detective damaged or took a physical item with a value up to $5,000, then just file a case with your local small claims court (just ask at the local township courthouse) to try and recoup the item or the cash value. If there are other issues at play like defamation of character, slander, or some other damages that are not easy to quantify or… Read More
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What are some reasons that people might leave the country of their birth to move to another country?
They may leave due to job oppritunities, better land, or religion differences. Read More
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What is the economic theory stating that there is a fixed amount of wealth in the world and that in order to receive a larger share one country has to take some wealth away from another country?
It is Mercantilism! Read More
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Can a teenager who runs away to another country be deported back if she has a child that has citizenship in that country?
It a basic human right to be in the same country with your child. Contact someone who is specializing in human rights. I don't know if you can be deported, but I think there is some way you can be in the same country with your child. Read More
No. For example, encouraging or inciting people to commit crimes is punishalbe. All (?) countries and states have laws on defamation ... Some punish blasphemy ... and so it goes on. Read More
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