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Tort/Negligence – Tortious Interference with Contract – Justification – Real Property – Sales Commissions (access required)

Broach v. Carter Although the plaintiff-real estate agents showed that defendant Jacobson knew he was causing the defendant-real estate agency to breach its contract with plaintiffs by subordinating their commissions to the development’s construction loan, Jacobson was justified in doing so. Without a renegotiated construction loan, neither plaintiffs nor anyone else involved in the project would have gotten paid.

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