1 Elements and Case Citations
It is well settled that “[a] claim for negligent misrepresentation requires the plaintiff to demonstrate
- the existence of a special or privity-like relationship imposing a duty on the defendant to impart correct information to the plaintiff;
- that the information was incorrect; and
- reasonable reliance on the information.”
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