I had a property manager who managed my Association. He sent intimidating, insulting emails to me when the condo president forwarded my email about him to the property mgr. My email to the board was basically that the mgr was a liar -which I have proof- and his job performance was terrible. I sent those emails from the mgr to whom I believe were his clients. I read the five elements of tortious interference. I believe I was justified in sending those emails to his clients to let them know what kind of character he is. What do you think? I found out what kind of person he was from another person who used to use his services. The complaint also did not mention how he was damaged.
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If you have been served with a lawsuit the time for you to respond is ticking away. If you do not respond you risk a default judgment. If you have homeowners insurance, renters insurance contact your insurance carrier and see if there is coverage. Sit down with an attorney in your area, truth is a defense to any claim. Good luck
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Whether you are right or wrong in your written statements about this person is not the immediate issue. If you are sued, you must defend and you must stand the costs of that. You might win. Get a lawyer.
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