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Court upholds judgment for intereference with business relationship

In Anglers, LLC v. Oakridge Farms, LLC, the claim was made that the Defendant claimed he had sprayed rented tillable acreage herbicide in order to prevent the land from being rented to another farming interest for growing vegetables.  The claim resulted in a bench verdict of almost $40,000.00 in favor of the owner of the land, and the defendant appealed.  The Appeals Court ruled that the owner had proved a valid claim for interference with a business interest and expressly held that the defendant's right to occupy the land at the time of the alleged spraying did not include the right to interfere with future use or enjoyment.

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