In many jurisdictions of the United States, promissory estoppel is an alternative to
consideration as a basis for enforcing a ...
Promissory Estoppel. In the law of contracts, the doctrine that provides that if a
party changes his or her position substantially either by acting or forbearing from
A promissory estoppel is the legal principle that a promise is enforceable by law
when the promisor (person making the promise) makes a promise to the ...
The legal definition of Promissory Estoppel is A promise made to another party to
a contract that the contract will not be enforced in whole or in part and which, ...
Jun 12, 2014 ... This video explains the basic concept of promissory estoppel and how it can
make an otherwise unenforceable contract enforceable. Find more ...
on promissory estoppel doctrine as reflected in the case law. The research ...
promissory estoppel actions as traditional breach of contract actions, in that
Promissory estoppel, as a contracts doctrine has been expressly acknowledged
for ... As a generalization or principle, promissory estoppel may be most readily ...
In addition, a Promissory Estoppel requires that a reliance on the promise was
deemed reasonable and that the individual attempting to enforce the promise ...
52, 52-54 (postulating promissory estoppel as an independent theory of
obligation predicated on the tort principle of reliance rather than on the contract
Promissory estoppel is a term used in contract law that applies where, although
there may not otherwise be a enforceable contract, because one party has relied