Miles v. Perry

In Miles v. Perry, 11 Conn. App. 584, 601-602, 529 A.2d 199 (1987) the Court noted that there are five prerequisites in order to establish that a conditional privilege exists: The essential elements are: (1) an interest to be upheld; (2) a statement limited in its scope to this purpose; (3) good faith; (4) a proper occasion; (5) a publication in a proper manner to proper parties only.