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To interfere with property or the conduct of business affairs officiously or without right or title. Mc Queen v. Babcock, 41 Barb. (N. Y.) 339; In re Shinn’s Estate, ICC Pa. 121, 30 Atl. 1020, 45 Am. St. Rep. G50. Not a technical legal term, but sometimes used with reference to the acts of an executor de son tort or a ncgotiorum gcstor iu the civil law.

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