Tortious interference

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Iggle Piggle | 22:50 Sun 07th Feb 2010 | Civil
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is this a tort in American law or can it be applied in English law also?


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No, it applies this side of the pond as well. See here (paragraph beginning 'inducing a breach of contract')

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