Has the doctrine of estoppel (and particularly that which relates to property) gone too far, particularly in the commercial sphere? This talk will look at the history of the doctrine, with a focus on proprietary estoppel and explore whether there are firm principles in place or whether it is a question of the Court thinking that something is just not fair. It will explore whether the Courts have tried to rein in the doctrine in respect of commercial cases including those where estoppel by convention or the Pallant v Morgan equity is relied upon and whether, by comparison, cases supposedly in the domestic context have gone too far.
Estoppel, Covenants, Nuisance,
Good Faith & Endeavours Obligations
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