None. Those causes of action are torts.
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I agree with Ms. Sinclair, but your question is phrased oddly (in a way, backwards). I can imagine some statutory and other violations which are also - and could possibly support - interference with contract, e.g., theft, destruction of business property, etc.
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I think what you really want to know is what cause of action you can pursue. With that understanding, you have named the torts. Each of these torts require you to show different facts (elements) and will provide different recoverable damages. If you believe that someone has intentionally interfered with your business relations (or contracts), and/or damaged your reputation by making false statements, you should speak with a civil litigation attorney to review the underling facts of your potential claims. Best of luck.
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This question makes no sense. What is the specific question?
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In California, we have the famous, infamous, and notorious Business and Professions Code Section 17200 et seq. violation allegations and cause(s) of action. Many attorneys, this one included, feel that this statute is about as easy to understand as the law against perpetuities and about as useful (well, except for class actions, that is). Many a treatise, many a seminar, and many a trade magazine article have been written on 17200 and what unlawful and unfair business practices really are under this statute. One opinion, I think, many lawyer will share is that this is a statute that would require quite the legal scholar (and experienced attorney) to use successfully to boot strap statutory violations onto torts.
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