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According to the law, you can sue another party for "tortious interference". The term allows you to seek for economic injury compensation in a civil law case.  Tortious interference covers economic injuries sustained due to a contract of a business. 

Tortious Interference with Contract

This case is related to contracts. Tortious interference can happen here if one person or organization that is not party to a contract does or says something that leads to breach of the contract by one of the parties to it. For example, say you are planning to sell an item to a business for $1500 and have written a contract with the business owner. However, before you sell the item, the business owner finds out through another party that the item you wish to sell can be purchased for $1000. As a result, the business owner refuses to buy your item unless you sell it for $1000. In such a case, he will have breached the contract due to the information he/she got from the third party. For more references about this topic, you must visit https://www.defamationremovallaw.com/. 

When the contract is breached, you can sue the third party for interference of the contract. There are a number of conditions that must be met for a contract interference suit to be initiated. These are: 

o             You should be having a contract with the business that you wanted to sell the items to

o             The third party should have known that you had a contract with the business

o             The third party did something that led to the business breaching the contract it had with you

o             Due to the breach of the contract as a result of the actions of the third party, you were unable to hold your end of the contract

o             The business you were to sell the items to suffered damages due to you not fulfilling the contract as promised 

Tortious interference with a Business Relationship'

Like can be deduced from the name, this happens when you end up breaking your relationship with a business due to the actions of another party. In this case, there is no contract between you and the business. 

In most cases, the existence of a contract between you and a business can determine whether a case is Tortious Interference with a contract or a business relationship.  For example, if you had talked to a business to sell an item, but had no written contract, and then the relationship ends due to the actions of a third party, this will be tortious interfere of a business relationship.