Inducement of Breach of Contract

Inducement of Breach of Contract

Definition

A tort involving the intentional interference by a third party with the performance of a contract between other parties. When the third party induces one or more parties to breach their contract, the contracting parties may recover against the third party for any damages resulting from the breach.

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