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Injury in Fact

Injury in Fact

Definition

One of three elements required to establish standing in federal court, injury in fact requires the complainant to show a concrete, specific invasion of a legally protected interest that is actual or imminent, not merely speculative. Federal standing requires injury in fact, causation, and redressability.

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