1 Elements and Case Citations
“In the context of a third-party beneficiary claim, the plaintiff must establish:
- The existence of a valid and binding contract between other parties,
- That the contract was intended for [the plaintiff’s] benefit, and
- That the benefit to [the plaintiff] is sufficiently immediate . . . to indicate the assumption by the contracting parties of a duty to compensate [it] if the benefit is lost.”
Subscribers To The New York Litigation Guide Can See:
- The rest of the elements for this cause of action;
- The citations to the most recent state and federal court cases citing the cause of action;
- The statute of limitations; and
- The defenses to this cause of action.
Subscribe to The New York Litigation Guide To Access Everything!
Click Here To See A Sample Chapter From The Guide