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Tort/Negligence – Alienation of Affections – Mother & Daughter – Civil Conspiracy – Unfair Trade Practices – Emotional Distress – Civil Practice – Statute of Limitations – Rule 11 (access required)

Rushing v. Barron Since North Carolina does not recognize alienation of affection for any relationship other than that of spouses, plaintiff cannot make out a civil conspiracy claim by alleging that her father and brother conspired to alienate her mother’s affection and to convince her mother to exclude plaintiff from inheritance.

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