1 Elements and Case Citations
Tortious interference with contract requires
- the existence of a valid contract between the plaintiff and a third party,
- defendant’s knowledge of that contract,
- defendant’s intentional procurement of the third-party’s breach of the contract without justification,
- actual breach of the contract, and
- damages resulting therefrom.
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