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Party cannot tortiously interfere with its own contract (access required)

Where the designer and builder never identified a third party contract or business relationship that was interfered with through the defendant’s conduct, their tortious interference claim failed as a matter of law. At best, they showed they had a business expectancy with the defendant, which is insufficient for a tortious interference claim against that same ...