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- But that does not mean that all other inquiries are irrelevant on the issue of whether or not the defamation should be actionable.
- Such a complainant has actionable grounds within the ambit of s. 241.
- If a doctor were to operate on such patients, or give them other treatment, without their consent, he would commit the actionable tort of trespass to the person.
- Therefore, it was said, conduct cannot be regarded as negligent unless it involves an actionable breach of the legal representative's duty to his own client, to whom alone a duty is owed.