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Intentional Interference question and Product Liability Question

The tort of intentional interference with contractual relations requires the following except:
a. A valid, enforceable contract between the contracting parties.
b. Third-party knowledge of this contract.
c. Third-party inducement to breach the contract.
d. A new contract involving the third party who induced the breach.

Based on the law of products liability, which of the following is correct?

a. A manufacturer should design its products to take into account foreseeable misuse.

b. A manufacturer should design its products to take into account all possible misuse.

c. A manufacturer should design its products to take into account all possible misuse by the initial purchaser, but need not worry about misuse by other users.

d. A manufacturer need only take into account the intended use of its products.

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1. "d". You do not have to make a new contract with the person you induce to breach a ...

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