Estoppel by Conduct in UK Law

  • Estoppels Against Statutes
    • Nbr. 29-1, January 1966
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... of reasoning to argue that the benefit can be lost by waiver or that the defendant can be estopped by his conduct from taking the benefit. The cases again support these propositions.u Thus if the defendant represents that he ......
  • VARIATION, WAIVER AND ESTOPPEL—A RE‐APPRAISAL
    • Nbr. 39-6, November 1976
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... A post-contractual representation, in this context. means a representa- tion made, either by words or conduct, by one party to the other, after the contract has been made. This may take place whilst the contract is still executory ......
  • NOTES OF CASES
    • Nbr. 34-4, July 1971
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... 34 FOREIGN DIVORCES AND ESTOPPEL BY CONDUCT IN THE ENGLISH CONFLICT OF LAWS CAN the validity of ......
  • Equitable Estoppel Today
    • Nbr. 15-3, July 1952
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... 360. SCC W. S. IIoldeworth, IIidory of English Law, Vol. 9, p. 162: " . . . the mot principle of estoppel by conduct was in effect rccogriiRed both by the coiirts of common law and by tlic court of Chnnccry in tlic lntlcr part of the ......
  • NOTES OF CASES
    • Nbr. 24-3, May 1961
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... P. R. H. WEBB. OPPRESSIVE CONDUCT OF COMPANY'S AFFAIRS THE decision of the Eastern Cape ... B. H. MCPHERSON. POLYGAMY BY ESTOPPEL THE question which Phillimore J. had to decide in Hayward v. ......
  • The Equity Of The Undisclosed Principal
    • Nbr. 28-2, March 1965
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... he would have such a remedy whereas on the estoppel solution he has none. Having dealt with the basis of ..., unless he was induced to make the payment by some conduct or representa- tion of the third party. In that case ......
  • NOTES OF CASES
    • Nbr. 32-4, July 1969
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... . JULY 1969 NOTES OF CASES 429 tantamount to conduct protected as a foreign act of State; (iv) that there was no ... do so by virtue of the possible application of estoppel and not by establishing that a voidable title was vested ......
  • Notes of Cases
    • Nbr. 27-5, September 1964
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... that the appellant plaintiff (" Z yy) chose to conduct his case in person. Only Willmer L.J. in the Court of ... doctrine has a close allegiance to the notion of estoppel by conduct, and recently, as Lord Denning notices, a ......
  • The use and Enforcement of Soft Law by Australian Public Authorities
    • Nbr. 42-1, March 2014
    • Federal Law Review
    Soft law is a pervasive phenomenon which is highly effective as a means of regulation in Australia, as it is in many other jurisdictions. This article will not focus on the regulatory aspects of so...
    ...... because it is immensely effective as a means of regulating conduct. This article will feature no analysis of how and why that is the ca se ..., which have heavily contrained the availability of public law estoppel in Australia. 71 R v London County Council; E x parte Corrie ......
  • Landlord and tenant update – hard times, strict compliance
    • Nbr. 31-1, February 2013
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 101-105
    Purpose: Difficult economic and trading conditions make lease break options a point of significant legal tension between commercial landlords and tenants. For a tenant, the ability to break a lease...
    ...... clauses continues to favour landlords, and whether landlords’ conductin negotiations or correspondence leading up to the exercise of a tenant’s break option might engageconcepts such as estoppel to bind the landlord to a particular level of compliance or ......
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