Reliance Based Estoppel - A Masterclass
The doctrines of estoppel - by representation of fact, promissory, proprietary, conventional, by deed, and contractual - have emerged from different historical origins and, particularly over the last century, raised many problems of scope and application that have made it difficult for practitioners to understand and apply them as a collection of individual principles sharing only an unusual name.
Presented by the editors of Spencer Bower on Reliance Based Estoppel from Radcliffe Chambers and Herbert Smith Freehills, this interactive course will identify the common principles and different applications of the doctrines of estoppel, and examine recent developments and current issues to enable you to apply these doctrines with confidence.
What You Will Learn
This masterclass will cover the following:
- Reliance-based estoppel: unified doctrine and core issues
- Promissory estoppel, part payment of debts and the pre-existing duty rule. Why is the law so difficult?
- Trusts and estoppel: developing law
- Fighting over farms: proprietary estoppel
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