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2020 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title LII - Actions, Process, and Service of Process
Title 507-A - Defamation by Radio or Television
Section 507-A:1 - Liability for Lack of Due Care.
Universal Citation: NH Rev Stat § 507-A:1 (2020)
507-A:1 Liability for Lack of Due Care. The owner, licensee or operator of a visual or sound radio broadcasting station or network of stations, and the agents or employees of any such owner, licensee or operator, shall not be liable for any damages for any defamatory statement or matter published or uttered in or as a part of a visual or sound radio broadcast by one other than such owner, licensee or operator, or agent or employee thereof, unless it shall be alleged and proved by the complaining party that such owner, licensee or operator, or such agent or employee, has failed to exercise due care to prevent the publication or utterance of such statement or matter in such broadcast; provided, however, that a bona fide compliance with the laws of the United States of America, or any regulation thereunder, shall be held to be the exercise of due care.
Source. 1959, 191:1, eff. Sept. 15, 1959.
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