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Intentional Interference with Prospective Business Relationships

Definition

To establish a claim for the tort of intentional interference with prospective business relationships, a plaintiff must prove the existence of a contract or business relations, the defendant’s knowledge of the contract or business relations, intentional interference by the defendant with the contract or business relation, and proximate damages.

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