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" AC, 1, or not, that an action will lie for depriving a man of custom, that is, of possible contracts, as well when the result is effected by persuasion as when it is accomplished by fraud or force, if the harm is inflicted simply from malevolence and... "
Massachusetts Reports - Page 16
by Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court - 1899
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The law of torts

Melville Madison Bigelow - Torts - 1901 - 438 pages
...Albee, 104 Mass. 88, supra. ' I regard it as settled in this Commonwealth,' said the learned judge, ' that an action will lie for depriving a man of custom,...justifiable cause, such as competition in trade.' See also Plant v. Woods, 57 NE Rep. 1011 (Mass.), in which the same doctrine is in effect laid down...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 51

Law reports, digests, etc - 1899
...commonwealth, and as rightly settled, whether It be consistent with Allen v. Flood [1S9S] App. Cas. 1, or not, that an action will lie for depriving a...trade. Walker v. Cronin, 107 Mass. 555, 566; Morasse v. Brochu, 151 Mass. 567, 25 NE 74; Hartnett v. Ass'n, 169 Mass. 229, 235, 47 N. E. 1002; Delz v. Winfree,...
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