What does interference with contractual relations mean?
As the name implies, interference with contractual relations means interfering with a contract.
First and foremost, a contract has to exist. Additionally, a third party interferes with that contract and that interference is intentional and unjustified.
Also, the interfering party must have knowledge that there is a contract with which he or she is interfering. Finally, injury or damages resulting from that interference must occur in order for there to be a legal cause of action.
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