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Parties cannot interfere with own contracts (access required)

Where two parties modified their own real estate contract, allegedly to the detriment of a non-party, the lower court erred by ruling in favor of the non-party on its tortious interference claim because parties cannot tortiously interfere with their own contract. Background In 2002, Richard Read, a commercial real estate broker with Coldwell Banker Commercial Forehand & ...