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Under Florida law a claim for negligent misrepresentation requires that: (1) There was a misrepresentation of material fact; (2) the representer either knew of the misrepresentation, made the misrepresentation without knowledge of its truth or falsity, or should have known the representation was false; (3) the representer intended to induce another to act on the misrepresentation; and (4) injury resulted to a party acting in justifiable reliance upon the misrepresentation. Baggett v. Elecs. Local 915 Credit Union, 620 So.2d 784, 786 (Fla. 2d DCA 1993). With respect to negligent misrepresentation claims, justifiable reliance on the misrepresentation is a required element. Tardif v. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, 160 Lab.Cas. P 61065, (M.D. Fla. 2010) (Case No. 2:09-cv-537-FtM-29SPC).