Lianhe Zaobao
 27 December 2011, 13:10

Law Q&A – A lady was insulted in public by a drink stall owner after she was served and her enquiry was if she was in a position to undertake legal proceedings. Mr Chung Ting Fai’s reply was that it would depend on the exact words used by the drink stall owner and in the case that those words made her feel that her character was degraded or if they were untrue, she could then consider suing for Defamation.

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