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Bankruptcy – Tort Claim – Interference With Contract – Schedules – Standing (access required)

Where plaintiff was required, but failed, to schedule his tort claim against defendant paint company alleging interference with contractual relations as a contingent asset in his personal bankruptcy schedule of assets, and the trustee has not abandoned the claim, plaintiff's tort claim is dismissed because he lacks standing. Whatever cause of action plaintiff had against the ...

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