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Tort/Negligence – Tortious Interference with Contract – Real Property – Real Estate Agents’ Commission (access required)

Broach v. Carter Defendant was justified in interfering with the plaintiff-real estate agents’ contracts with their agency. The agency had breached its first contract with the developer by failing to sell enough condo units in the Horizon 77th project. If defendant had not agreed to subordinate the agents’ commissions to the construction loan, the project would not have gone forward.

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