On the Binks of Tortious Interference with Inheritance
Probate and Property, March/April 2002, Volume 16, Number 2
By Steven K. Mignogna
Courts around the United States have begun to embrace the notion that the law should afford as much protection to noncommercial expectancies as it does to commercial ones. The law has long recognized the tort of intentional interference with commercial contractual relations. See, e.g., Restatement (Second) of Torts § 767 (1965).