What does interference with contractual relations mean?

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Court of law recognizes interference with a contractual relationship as a cause of action. That's where two parties have a contract and a third part interferes. The key is, knowingly interferes or intends to interfere with that relationship causing one of the parties to breach the relationship. Court of law also recognizes interference with business the relationship which doesn't require written contract with the same situation where a third part comes in and intentionally interferes with the relationship between the two parties of the contract, thereby causing one of the parties to breach it, or in this case, cause a bad aspect of the relationship.

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