False Imprisonment


Definition of "False imprisonment"

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Christyne Campbell, Real Estate Agent Better Homes and Gardens | David Winans

Tort of wrongful physical confinement of an individual. This is not restricted to physical confinement but includes any unjustified limitation of another's freedom of movement. If an individual is intimidated into responding to an order, the courts have interpreted this as false imprisonment.

 

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