Tortious Interference

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What Is Tortious Interference?

Tortious interference is a common law tort allowing a claim for damages against a party who wrongfully interferes with another party’s contractual or business relationships.

The first kind of economic injury, “tortious interference with contract,” occurs when the individual or entity who is not a party to a contract says or does something that results in one of the parties breaching the contract. The second kind is “tortious interference with a business relationship,” which is similar to tortious interference with a contract, except that an actual contract doesn’t have to exist.

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Tortious Interference Claim

In order to make a tortious interference claim, the plaintiff must have previously had a valid contractual or business relations with another party. If the contract or expectancy in question was not properly created or violates public policy, then the defendant will have no liability for its breach. In effect, the contract never existed, so the defendant couldn't have caused its breach.

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